Welcome to Mountain Edition.
After a brutal car accident, a Carbondale man confesses to killing his wife. A homicide investigation is underway.
An Aspen teenager appears in court after a controversial arrest.
And that arrest sheds light on a radio communication problem for law enforcement around the Aspen schools.
Rafting companies praise the idea of a national monument along the popular Arkansas River.
The City of Aspen starts cutting down trees to fix a leaky parking garage.
More than half of public comments submitted to CDOT support replacing Glenwood’s Grand Avenue bridge.
Snowmass Village throws its annual Mardi Gras party.
We talk with skiing icon Klaus Obermeyer about the growing on-mountain activity uphilling.
We take you on a tour at the Aspen Art Museum.
And catch up on a few issues being debated at the state capitol, in Denver.