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Summit County discussing housing crunch and possible solutions
In Summit County, commissioners hosted a town hall Friday to talk about their approach to the mountain housing shortage and to answer questions from the community.

Flash flood watches in effect for much of Colorado through Saturday evening
Flash flood watches are in effect throughout Colorados central mountains and down to the Denver metro area and parts of the Eastern Plains Friday into Saturday, with 1-2 inches of rain expected in an hour in the stronger storms.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for July 26-Aug. 1, 2021
More than 569,000 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 32,500 have been hospitalized as of Monday afternoon, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Flash flood watches in effect through Friday evening, with elevated risks at burn scars
There is a significant" risk of flash flooding on the Cameron Peak Fire burn scar Friday, and flash flood watches are in effect from 11 a.m. through the evening across much of the Colorado High Country.

Live weather blog: Mudslides reported in Pitkin County, I-70 in Glenwood Canyon reopens
The National Weather Service said substantially drier air has moved over the burn areas today so flash flooding is not expected although it can't be completely ruled out in the Cameron Peak and Williams Fork burn areas.

Colorado Highway 125 shut down again because of mudslide; flash flood warnings in Grand County
Colorado Highway 125 was shut down again Thursday afternoon because of another mudslide shortly after it reopened. The highway had been closed from Wednesday afternoon until early Thursday afternoon for a different mudslide.

Larimer County Board of Commissioners chair makes disaster emergency declaration for burn scar flooding
The Larimer County Board of Commissioners will consider a local disaster emergency declaration at a meeting next week in the wake of this weeks mudslides and flash flooding in the Cameron Peak burn scar.

Flash flood warning issued for Cameron Peak burn scar, watches in effect for other parts of Colorado
After flash flooding killed one person and left two missing in Larimer County and closed highways across the state Tuesday, flash flood watches are again in effect near several burn scars and in southwest Colorado.

Poor air quality continues Tuesday along Colorado Front Range
The Denver metro area is under another Ozone Action Day Alert Tuesday for poor air quality due to ozone levels and smoke from wildfires in the West, which meteorologists say could become more of the norm in years to come.

Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for July 19-25, 2021
More than 566,000 people in Colorado have tested positive for COVID-19 and more than 32,300 have been hospitalized as of Monday afternoon, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

So much for steady Teddy. Bridgewater craters as defense dominates

Glenwood Springs businesses impacted by I-70 closures caused by mudslides
The Colorado Department of Transportation expects I-70 within Glenwood Canyon will remain closed until at least Monday as crews battle the weather to clear mud and debris from the road following multiple mudslides.

New calls to search for remains at Native boarding schools
At least two former Indian boarding schools in Colorado will be investigated for remains of Native children who attended those institutions.

Colorado officials say COVID-19 testing has increased for the first time in months
The number of people who visited COVID-19 testing sites in Colorado had dropped off since the beginning of the pandemic, but now that's changed. Officials say testing has increased for the first time in months.

7 shot, 2 dead in 5 separate shootings in Denver and Aurora in 24 hours
Police in Denver and Aurora are investigating at least five separate shootings that left two people dead and wounded five others, including a juvenile, in a 24-hour period Friday into Saturday.

Damaged gas line leaves Elyria-Swansea residents without gas for days
Residents of the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood are frustrated theyve been without gas for three days, and it could be longer.

Erie trustees raise concerns over mayor's selection process of consultant hire
Multiple members of Eries Board of Trustees have raised concerns over the mayors actions during a selection process to hire a consultant to put together a new comprehensive plan for the town.

Summit County discussing housing crunch and possible solutions
In Summit County, commissioners hosted a town hall Friday to talk about their approach to the mountain housing shortage and to answer questions from the community.

Polis extends Colorados eviction protections ahead of federal moratorium ending
One day before a federal eviction moratorium expired, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis extended state protections, ensuring that tenants who are applying for rental assistance cannot be evicted for at least 30 days after the moratorium ends Saturday.

Man convicted for traffic offenses in 2016 death of trooper sentenced
The man involved in a November 2016 crash that killed Colorado State Trooper Cody Donahue was sentenced to jail time Friday.

New Jersey’s Crawfish Fest is Canceled Due to COVID-19 Delta Variant

Michael Arnone announced via Facebook post that Crawfish Festival that was set to take place Aug. 27 through 29 has been canceled. 2 weeks ago I was full of hope. I just knew it was going to be the biggest fest ever. The Covid Delta Varient is trending upwards around the country. The CDC has […]

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Scott Metzger Departs from Circles Around the Sun

Photo by Matthew Mendenhall Circles Around the Sun have announced through a statement that guitarist Scott Metzger will be leaving the group due to unforeseen circumstances. Circles around the Sun came together out of the house music Neal Casal composed for the Fare Thee Well tour in 2015. After he took his life in 2019, […]

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Phish Play Second Show of Summer Tour in Alabama

Photo by Lee Buttersworth Phish continued their summer tour at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham Ala., July 30. The two sets marked the second show of their 22 show run across the United States through Sept. 5. Like all of their sets for this tour, it was available to live stream. Phish opened their […]

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Ardmore Rock N Ride Music Festival & Bike Race Announce Lineup

The Ardmore Rock N Ride Music Festival & Bike Race have announced the lineup for this year’s block party, in Ardmore, Pa. The free, family-friendly, outdoor, fundraiser event will feature music from Mondo Cozmo, George Porter Jr. & Runnin’ Partners, The Skatalites, Splintered Sunlight and more. The festival has partnered with Ardmore Music Hall and […]

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Black Keys Release New Video for “Stay All Night”

Photo by Stephen Block The Black Keys have released a new music video for “Stay All Night” a track is off the bands new album,Delta Kream. The video features Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney playing along to the song which was originally written by blues legend Junior Kimbrough, who originally penned the track. The video […]

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Greensky Bluegrass Premiere New Song in Felton California

Photo by Dino Perrucci Greensky Bluegrassplayed a new original song titled Monument, for the very first time during the second set of their performance at Roaring Camp Meadows in Felton, Calif., July 29. The track features Paul Hoffman on vocals as he plays mandolin. As the band introduced the song, they noted they had heard […]

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NOLA’s Biggest Clubs Will Now Require Vaccination Proof or Negative COVID-19 Test For Entry

Papa Gros Funk at Tipitina’s, 2019 Three of New Orleans’ most acclaimed music clubs – Tipitina’s, the Maple Leaf Bar, and d.b.a. – have joined together to form new COVID-19 safety protocols, calling for “vaccination proof or negative COVID-19 test for entry.” The announcement arrives as the Delta Variant continues to surge in the U.S. […]

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Listen to a Previously Unreleased Recording of George Harrison’s “Isn’t It A Pity”

A previously unreleased recording of “Isn’t It a Pity” by George Harrison has been released ahead of the 50th anniversary of his album All Things Must Pass. Harrison demoed 30 of his tracks at the legendary Studio Three at EMI Studios Abbey Road, in London, on May 26 and 27, 1970two days before the album’s […]

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Phil Lesh Kicks Off Inaugural Brooklyn Bowl Nashville Run with Members of Dawes, Nicki Bluhm, Grahame Lesh and More

After a last-minute tweak to the audience’s vaccine requirements, Phil Lesh & Friends hit the stage at the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville on Thursday, July 29, safely kicking off their first of three shows at the newly-minted venue. The band consisted of Griffin Goldsmith, Taylor Goldsmith, Lee Pardini and Trevor Menear of Dawes, as well as […]

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Billy Strings Releases New Single, “Fire Line,” Announces New Studio LP

Photo by Jesse Faatz Grammy award-winning artist Billy Strings has yet to slow down, and with a newly announced studio project on the way, he’s truly firing on all cylinders. The jamgrass star will share a new album Renewal on Sept. 24, and to give fans a sneak peek of the LP, he’s offered up […]

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Aurora officers accused of pistol-whipping, choking suspect during arrest, according to affidavits
An Aurora police officer struck a man with his gun several times, threatened to kill him, and choked him during an arrest in which the suspect appeared to comply with commands by law enforcement, according to arrest affidavits released in the excessive use of force case Tuesday.

'Safe to enjoy the festivities': Officials assure public All-Star Game safe after hotel arrests
Denver city officials assured the public that All-Star Game events are safe and police are not aware of any ongoing threats from Fridays incident at the Maven Hotel in Denver.

The untold stories of resilience and recovery in Grand Lake after the East Troublesome Fire
The historic East Troublesome Fire devastated the small community of Grand Lake last October. These are the untold stories of recovery and resilience half a year later.

Burn scars: A historic fire and a Colorado mountain community in healing
Seven months after a historic wildfire burned through a Colorado mountain community, the Soul of the Rockies is ready for you to pay a visit as it continues healing.

Witness says Good Samaritan shot the gunman in Olde Town Arvada
Arvada police and residents call the Good Samaritan killed in the Olde Town Square shooting a "true hero." They say his actions may have helped save lives. One witness says John Hurley urged people to get to safety and ran toward the gunman.

Tornado touches down in Weld County near Firestone
A tornado touched down north of Firestone and traveled to an area three miles northwest of Platteville in Weld County Monday evening.

Husband of missing Colorado woman Suzanne Morphew arrested on first-degree murder charge
Barry Morphew, the husband of missing Colorado mother Suzanne Morphew, has been arrested in Chaffee County on multiple charges, including first-degree murder, almost a year after Suzanne was first reported missing, according to court documents.

Park County woman warning others after being sold sick puppy on Craigslist
A veterinarian diagnosed the puppy with parvo, a potentially deadly illness. The puppy is currently receiving treatment at a clinic in Wheat Ridge.

Durango woman walking dogs found dead after apparent bear attack
A 39-year-old woman walking her dogs was found dead Friday night after an apparent bear attack, according to a Colorado Parks and Wildlife release.

Denver proposal would create rental registry
A Denver rental license program years in the works which would, if passed, force housing property owners who rent out their buildings to tenants to hold a license with the city saw its first council committee meeting Wednesday.

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Weather Forecast
1 AUG 01:53 AM MDT FOR 2 MILES S TINY TOWN CO

OVERNIGHT
A 30 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS, MAINLY BEFORE 2AM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 52. WEST WIND AROUND 5 MPH.
SUNDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS, WITH THUNDERSTORMS ALSO POSSIBLE AFTER NOON. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 70. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WIND BECOMING SOUTHEAST 5 TO 8 MPH IN THE MORNING. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 20%.
SUNDAY NIGHT
A 10 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 52. EAST SOUTHEAST WIND 5 TO 8 MPH BECOMING WEST SOUTHWEST AFTER MIDNIGHT.
MONDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE NOON, THEN SHOWERS LIKELY AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM BETWEEN NOON AND 3PM, THEN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY AFTER 3PM. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 74. LIGHT AND VARIABLE WIND BECOMING EAST NORTHEAST 5 TO 10 MPH IN THE MORNING. WINDS COULD GUST AS HIGH AS 16 MPH. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%.
MONDAY NIGHT
A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, MAINLY BEFORE MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 55. WEST WIND 6 TO 10 MPH, WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 16 MPH.
TUESDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS, THEN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY AFTER 9AM. PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 73. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 70%.
TUESDAY NIGHT
A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 53.
WEDNESDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS, THEN A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER NOON. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 74.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BEFORE MIDNIGHT. PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 52.
THURSDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER NOON. SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 79.
THURSDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 54.
FRIDAY
A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 81.
FRIDAY NIGHT
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. PARTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 54.
SATURDAY
A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 79.

 
Current Conditions
  

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