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Raton Pass closed in both directions due to weather
TRINIDAD, Colo. (KKTV) - Blowing snow, icy roads and poor visibility have shut down one major corridor for travelers going to and from Colorado. CDOT announced at 8 a.m. that it had closed I-25 in both directions from mile marker 11 south to the New Mexico state line.
Here's how much snow fell in Colorado during the Feb. 22, 2019 snowstorm
DENVER -- A storm system that moved through Colorado early Friday evening snarled traffic, left many stranded at the airport and left descent amount of snow in some areas around the Denver metro.
Mayor urges area, local contractors to bid on upcoming projects for Space to Create Trinidad
It was a packed house at City Hall on Tuesday, February 19 as local contractors met with leaders of Gibbs Construction, general contractor of the new Space to Create Trinidad, who invited the local contractors to bid on various aspects of the new project by the deadline of Tuesday, February 26.
Parts of southwestern Colorado saw 3 feet of snow and the pictures are amazing
Three feet of snow fell in parts of southwestern Colorado since Thursday. While some people around the metro area may be complaining about Friday night's snow, it's nothing compared to what areas in southwestern Colorado saw.
Trinidad tourism board offers grants
The City of Trinidad Tourism Board recently announced that they are accepting grant applications for 2019. These grants must be used exclusively for advertising and marketing tourism events that serve Trinidad.
Kelsey Berreth Update: Investigators To Search Landfill For Missing Colorado Woman
Colorado authorities announced plans Thursday to search a landfill for the possible remains of a woman who went missing on Thanksgiving. Police in Woodland Park stated that the search for Kelsey Berreth, a 29-year-old mother, could last for months and that they expect to find evidence approximately
Crime report: Damage to business, separate fire to camper, total loss, cause still undetermined
A Trinidad man has been arrested for his alleged role in damaging the door of a local business, Police were called to 824 Arizona Ave, at approximately 4 a.m. on Sunday, February 3 on a report that a suspicious person may have damaged the front door of Sammons Plumbing and Heating at that location.
Deputies looking for suspect, two accomplices in shooting outside Colorado Springs club
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Deputies are looking for three people in connection with a shooting outside of a southern Colorado Springs club early Friday morning. Deputies said around 12:15 a.m., they were called to Déjà vu Showgirls on B Street to investigate a report of a man firing shots. When deput
CBD gains popularity in Colorado as users tout benefits
Colorado is preparing to see heavy growth in the hemp industry this year, particularly in regards to one of the most popular hemp-derived products, CBD. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive compound found in hemp, a relative of marijuana, that is low in THC, which is the compound in mar
Dancin’ the night away
On February 8 and 9, Trinidad Hometown Holidays hosted their annual Mother/Son and Father/Daughter dances at Brix in Trinidad. With balloons popping and line dancing going on, the kids and parents had the time of their lives, making some great memories. Here, five year old Cole Navarette busts some
VIDEO: Otters In Colorado Springs Love The Snow
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – River otters at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs are loving the snow. Zookeepers caught them in action on Friday. The otters rolled around, soaking up all the cold snow.
Victims of mass shooting at Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood can sue over lax security, appeals court rules
Victims of the 2015 mass shooting at the Colorado Springs' lone Planned Parenthood can sue the reproductive health care nonprofit over what they claim was lax security, a Colorado appeals court ruled Thursday.
Two men arrested in armed robbery in Colorado Springs
Two men were arrested on suspicion of trying to rob a man of their wallet early Saturday south of downtown Colorado Springs, police said. Justa fter 3:30 a.m. two men pointed a gun at another man in the 1600 block of South Nevada Avenue and demanded his wallet.
Colorado Springs on Accident Alert status
Colorado Springs was placed on Accident Alert status Friday evening. The city went on accident alert in response to road conditions at about 8:21 p.m. The alert came soon after snow started falling in the area.
Could another prison, parole reform help solve Colorado’s prison capacity crisis?
DENVER -- Lawmakers met Friday at the Colorado Capitol to do discuss a growing crisis in the state: a shortage of prison beds. According to officials, at all public prisons in Colorado, there are only 127 open beds total, with the crisis expected to get worse as more enter the population than leave.
Several inches of snow possible overnight in Colorado Springs, roads expected to be icy Saturday morning
A snowstorm that moved into Colorado Springs Friday night was expected to drop several inches of snow before tapering off Saturday morning. A total nighttime snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches was possible in Colorado Springs, with the most snow expected before 4 a.m. Saturday, according to the Nati
Dangerous travel across Colorado Saturday, blizzard warning for east central counties
Driving conditions across Colorado, particularly in the southeast, will be dangerous throughout the day as a winter storm blows through the state. The Colorado Department of Transportation had 451 snow plows working to clear roads as of 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Southeast Colorado roads were icy, with blo
Miner girls win four, end regular season
Advance in Tri-Peak playoff with win at home over Ellicott; head for Tri-Peaks League District Playoffs. by David J. Santistevan, Jr. TRINIDAD — The Lady Miners (10-8)(5-5) won their last four games to end the 2018-2019 Colorado High School Girls 3A Basketball regular season. This included Tri-Peaks
Update: Johnson-McCann issued warrant for murder in second degree, victim identified
On Tuesday, Feb. 19, Trinidad Police issued an arrest warrant for Cameron Johnson-McCann for murder after a yearlong investigation into a body being found in Johnson-McCann’s residence at the Western Apartments in Trinidad on February 13, 2018.
Las Animas County man killed in Highway 350 crash
TRINIDAD, Colo. - A Las Animas County man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Highway 350 early Sunday morning, according to the Colorado State Patrol. The crash happened around 1 a.m. on Highway 350 about 12 miles northeast of Trinidad. Troopers said a 1993 Ford F150 was headed eastbound when i