When Aspen Snowmass didn't have enough housing for its employees, it turned a campground into a tiny-house village for over 100 seasonal workers.
"With increasing demands on hospitals and EMS, we need to make sure we can provide care to anyone who needs it immediately," Dr. Eric France said.
Near Aspen, Colorado, the mining town of Ashcroft had 2,000 residents and 20 saloons in 1883 but was abandoned 5 years later. Here's a look at it now.
In a press conference on Friday, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said there have been no deaths reported in what he described as a "New Year's miracle."
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced a state of emergency over wildfires created and spread by high winds.
Gov. Jared Polis reduced the sentence to 10 years for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, who said his brakes failed during a 2019 crash that killed four people.
One witness told Insider the scene quickly changed from a clear blue sky to smoke and flames. Gov. Jared Polis declared a state of emergency.
Insider visited The White House Tavern, the same restaurant in Aspen where Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend Camila Morrone were spotted dining.
Ty Wilson cofounded a custom jewelry company in Boston. But just one winter in gorgeous Colorado has convinced him to make a longer-term commitment.
Insider's reporter toured $27-million and $44-million mansions on Red Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, which is home to the town's wealthiest residents.
A Colorado DA asked a judge to lower years sentence handed to a trucker after a deadly 2019 crash where his brakes failed to 20 to 30 years Monday.
Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' case drew Kim Kardashian's attention, and a petition asking Colorado's governor to grant him clemency has more than 4.6 million signatures.
A prosecutor who helped convict Rogel Aguilera-Mederos for his role in a deadly 2019 crash posted a photo of a brake shoe she said was a gift.
When the rich and famous vacation in the country's most expensive ski town, they often stay at The Little Nell hotel. Take a look inside.
Rogel Aguilera-Mederos said he lost control of his brakes when his truck collided with stopped traffic. A judge said state law required the punishment.
Insider's reporter expected Aspen to be expensive, but she didn't realize how much that would affect everyday things like coffee shops and dog food.
Most of the markets are small towns, which are becoming a common casualty of network adjustments due to low demand and high costs.
The national labor shortage has forced schools to turn to parents to fill hiring gaps, as parents become volunteer cafeteria workers and librarians.
One of Allegiant's routes is heading to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, expanding its presence to three destinations out of the capital city.
The department said it "intended to highlight our staff in the Concealed Handgun Permit Office, not to be insensitive."
Staying in a tiny house taught me that small spaces get messy fast and that your entire home will smell like the last thing you cooked.
The Wells Fargo branches, including two in Denver and two in Colorado Springs, have "staffing constraints," a company spokesperson told The Gazette.
Shipping container-based buildings — like homes, pools, and now hotels — have ironically skyrocketed in popularity during the container shortage.
"Help me take out the trash," Marina Zimmerman, a Republican primary challenger to Boebert, wrote on Twitter. Kinzinger retweeted her message.
Tina Peters is accused of leaking information that was later shared on Ron Watkins' Telegram forum. She says she's a victim of government persecution.
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Five people between the ages of 14 and 17 were transported to the hospital and a sixth victim, 18, took themselves to the hospital for minor injuries.
"There is no viable path forward for me to remain in this race, and I have made the decision to suspend my campaign for Congress," the state senator said.
Insider's reporter drove Trail Ridge Road in Colorado, where she saw jaw-dropping views after every twist and turn on the thrilling, 48-mile journey.
The National Parks Service said the skeletal remains likely belong to Rudi Moder, a German man who went missing in the park 38 years ago.
The 11 candidates were endorsed by the conservative 1776 Project PAC, a national group that says it's fighting the idea of "critical race theory."
Colorado is averaging over 2,500 COVID-19 cases a day with 1,200 people hospitalized, according to state data.
Tuesday's election in the suburban Denver district has become hotly contested, a microcosm of culture wars occurring at school boards across the US.
The alleged incident took place during a flight on October 25 from California to Colorado, according to a criminal complaint.
Insider's reporter explored four abandoned buildings from the 1800s in Colorado. Inside, she found rusted cans and a bathtub covered in mold.
A company that runs a Chick-fil-A and other concessions said it needed to hire at least 38 workers, but only two people applied.
One of the country's most prosperous Black agricultural communities used to live in Dearfield, Colorado. Now, the ghost town is fighting for survival.
Sgt. Ed Acuti was placed on leave pending the results of an internal review after another officer reported his behavior.
Insider's reporter compared burritos from Chipotle, Qdoba, and Illegal Pete's, and she found the winner to be smoky, creamy, and satisfyingly crunchy.
In 2019, Faith told police there were no kids at the daycare, but an officer heard a child crying and saw backpacks on the floor, an affidavit said.
Colorado-style pizza is an entirely different pie compared to a thin-crust NYC slice. It's served by the pound with a side of honey.
Pupils in Denver, Colorado, are being encouraged to bring refillable water bottles with them because of milk shortages.
Insider's reporter traveled to Rocky Mountain National Park and was shocked to learn that no dogs are allowed in certain areas.
From a cursed horse statue to hidden bunkers hiding lizard people, there are a number of conspiracy theories around the Denver International Airport.
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters allowed an unauthorized third-party to access to the state's voting machines as part of an effort to prove there was fraud.
Wildlife officer Dawson Swanson said the bull elk lost 35 pounds after the tire, which was full of wet pine needles and dirt, was removed.
Insider's reporter spent a night at the Stanley Hotel exactly 47 years after "The Shining" author Stephen King claimed to see ghosts during his stay.
Leilani Lutali, who has stage five renal failure, told CBS News she hasn't been vaccinated because there were too many unknowns given her illness.
Traffic, oil and gas, and wildfires are taking a toll on the fresh mountain air of Colorado, where spending time outdoors is a way of life.
An internal investigation at the Idaho Springs Police Department found the officers' actions "to be appropriate."
Wongel Estifanos, 6, fell to her death after riding the Haunted Mine Drop ride at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park earlier this month.
Amber Trucke told Insider that she withheld a final payment of $4,225 because she was unsatisfied with the "horrible" bathroom renovation.
The bureau, which oversees nearly one-fifth of public lands in the US and has more than 7,000 employees, is recalibrating after the loss of nearly 300 employees.
Earlier this month, Colorado's Jefferson County's health agency stood down three mobile units after a driver damaged signage at the vaccination tent.
Alex Domina, 19, of Colorado died three weeks after being shot by police while he was having a mental health crisis.
Karen Garner, a 73-year-old with dimentia, was arrested by Loveland Police in 2020, after she was accused of stealing $14 worth of items from Walmart.
She was confirmed dead after riding The Haunted Mine Drop at Glenwood Caverns, Colorado, on Sunday. Details are still emerging.
The owner of the test center said in an email she would not serve Owens because she "worked to make this pandemic worse by spreading misinformation."
Insider's reporter has called Denver, Colorado, home for three months and during that time she's grown to love the Colorado flag and sour beer.
"I single-handedly said, 'Let's go to Alabama,'" Trump said of the Space Command move. "They wanted it. I said 'Let's go to Alabama.' I love Alabama."
The FBI wants to know how data from Colorado election machines ended up being featured in QAnon videos.
The Eagle County School District urged people who disagree with the mask mandate to protest at "locations other than schools" to avoid disruption.
Tina Peters, a Republican county clerk in Mesa, Colorado, is accused off "assisting" in a security breach of election equipment, Vice reported.
Kyle Vinson told 9News he feared he would be "another George Floyd" when an Aurora police officer pushed a gun into the back of his head.
The lawyers brought "fantastical" claims and tried to claim damages "greater than the annual GDP of Hungary," the judge said.
Two Aurora, Colorado police officers were arrested after one choked and beat a man while threatening to kill him, according to court documents.
Laborjack's founders say it can't find enough gig workers to meet demand: "We could be growing more if there was more labor on the market."
Her death was the first to be attributed to the plague in Colorado in six years. Last year, a young man died of plague in New Mexico.
Secretary of State Jena Griswold told Insider that she is concerned for her safety in the wake of lies about the 2020 election.
The Delta variant was the most common virus strain in Missouri, Utah, Colorado, and Arkansas, according to Trevor Bedford, a virus sequencing expert.
Johnny Hurley was shopping in Arvada, Colorado, when he shot a gunman who killed a police officer just minutes before.
Most US cities cannot pass their own gun laws, but a new bill in Colorado could allow Boulder to enforce a previously struck-down assault weapons ban.
Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, CBRE Group, and Cardinal Health recently posted job listings seeking workers in every US location "except Colorado."
Police said the boy was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to a local news report.
Rachel Ayers, the principal of Mead High School in Longmont, Colorado, resigned weeks after a photo of the students circulated online.
The Steamboat Springs man found a mother bear and two cubs in his garage and tried to back away slowly before the bear attacked.
A Colorado native shares what to know before you go, the best places to eat and drink, great hotels stay at, and the places you must visit.
"I have an immune system," said one of the social media posts that Daniel 'Duke' Trujillo had shared shortly before his death from COVID-19.
"I'd be thrilled to be the first state to let you pay your taxes in a variety of cryptos," Polis said at Coindesk's Consensus 2021 virtual conference.
Austin Hopp and Daria Jalali resigned from the Loveland Police Department last month over the 2020 arrest of Karen Garner.
No arrests have been made in the death of 17-year-old Maggie Long, more than three years after local authorities say she was purposefully set on fire.
The lawsuit from a former staffer alleges that Lamborn disregarded COVID-19 safety protocols and made staff perform personal errands for his family.
Keenan Laurence kept a big bag of trail mix next to his bed for the times when he was stuck inside during Colorado snowstorms.
"When he wasn't invited to a family gathering the suspect responded by opening fire and killing six victims before taking his own life," police said.
Police said the suspect entered the mobile home where the party was taking place and began shooting.
Suzanne Morphew, 49, went missing on Mother's Day weekend in 2020. Her husband, Barry Morphew, 53, was arrested Wednesday and charged with her murder.
Openly antisemitic Craig Longley, known to QAnon followers as 'InevitableET,' has been retweeted by former President Donald Trump.
The cops could be seen in a video laughing while watching bodycam footage of the arrest. They're accused of injuring the woman, who has dementia.
Some people experienced minor reactions this week after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Officials are investigating the cause.
"Today, we're taking steps to confront not just the gun crisis, but what is actually a public health crisis," Biden said Thursday.
"Colorado is such an easy place to vote," Paul Teske, dean of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, told Insider.
"It was shiny, and it caught my eye, so I picked it up, but I had no clue that it would be a dinosaur tooth," Jonathan Charpentier told KCNC.
Police identified Ahmad Alissa, 21, as the suspect in the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado. His brother said he was bullied in high school.
After the Boulder grocery store shooting this week, lawmakers say they are again looking at incremental changes.
A three-hour livestream video of the shooting in Boulder, Colorado, won't be removed by YouTube, the company said.
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