A 19-year-old Steamboat Springs man faces two felony charges after police said a debit card was stolen from a car in the Fairview neighborhood and then illegally used.
The graffiti artist who found himself in jail after tagging his own pumpkin has been sentenced to 20 days in jail.
Two men were arrested after two separate searches were conducted Wednesday in Steamboat Springs by the All Crimes Enforcement Team drug task force.
It has been more than a week since Hailey ingested suspected marijuana, and she still has not returned to being her old self.
The holiday season is ramping up this weekend in Hayden with a series of events.
The man involved in a standoff with police at a Steamboat Springs hotel has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years of unsupervised probation.
Two people have been extradited from Florida and charged with dealing heroin in Steamboat Springs.
A 21-year-old Steamboat Springs man who police said approached several underage teenage girls and asked them for sex in exchange for money in July has been arrested for violating probation.
While the Steamboat Ski Area does not anticipate opening any additional terrain this weekend, low temperatures will help with snowmaking operations.
It was a very chilly night for one Steamboat Springs skier determined to have a spot on the first chair of the 2013-14 ski season. At about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Kerry Lofy set up his tent at the entrance to the Christie Peak Express lift.
As the busy winter tourism season approaches, Steamboat Springs police want to make sure those visitors seeking a Rocky Mountain high are following the rules.
The communities of Hayden and Steamboat Springs are ready to crank up the ovens for their free Thanksgiving feasts.
The season for giving is beginning to ramp up in Routt County as residents begin shopping for those in need. This year, the Holiday Wishes program is hoping to collect gifts for more than 400 local families that are selected by Routt County United Way.
The Navigator Awards recognize the people and businesses who can inspire future leaders. This year, Chris Tamucci, director of operations for Big Agnes, Honey Stinger and BAP, is being honored as the Young Professional of the Year. Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare is the Business of the Year, and Jim Schneider, with Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp., is the Business Leader of the Year.
Uncounted ballots are not expected to change the outcome of Tuesday's Hayden School Board election, but it could trigger a recount.
Hayden's new police chief will be formally sworn in during Thursday's Hayden Town Council meeting.
Two Hayden School Board incumbents have been re-elected, but outstanding votes could determine who wins the third open seat. A recount might also be necessary.
Based on the final, unofficial votes from Tuesday night, the West Routt Fire Protection District now will be on better financial footing after voters narrowly passed a tax increase.
The winners have been chosen, and this year's Navigator Award recipients will be honored during a luncheon Nov. 12 at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort.
The Stagecoach man accused of sexually assaulting a 7-year-old boy has been sentenced again, this time to two years in the Routt County Jail because he did not comply with probation.
Greg Tuliszewski will be sworn in during Thursday's Hayden Town Council meeting, and he will start his new job as chief the following week.
A man who set off bottle bombs in Oak Creek in November has been sentenced to serve 18 months at Mesa County Community Corrections.
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers used graffiti on a pumpkin to link a man to several cases of tagging that occurred Tuesday night.
Three Hayden School Board candidates agreed Tuesday that educating families about the importance of education is crucial for the district and students to succeed.
The Steamboat Springs man related to the crash that killed a 60-year-old German man riding a motorcycle July 2 on Lincoln Avenue has been charged in Routt County Court with careless driving resulting in death.
Survey results from last winter showed fewer Routt County youth have abused prescription drugs, and the Grand Futures Prevention Coalition hopes that trend continues.
The woman who police said caused a serious car crash Thursday afternoon on South Lincoln Avenue died, and an autopsy to determine the cause of her death is pending.
The Routt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday unanimously voted to settle a discrimination claim for $8,500 that involved a former female Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputy.
Members of Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue worked to remove a person from a Ford Explorer at Anglers Drive and U.S. Highway 40 on Thursday evening after a two-car crash.
A 27-year-old man was arrested Wednesday night after police said he threatened an officer with a 40-ounce glass beer bottle.
After hearing three days of testimony, a Routt County jury acquitted Steven Torres of three counts of attempted first-degree murder and illegally discharging a firearm. Instead, the jury found Torres guilty of felony menacing and three counts of misdemeanor reckless endangerment.
A Routt County jury will begin deliberating Wednesday morning to decide the fate of a man accused of attempting to murder three people at a downtown Steamboat Springs bar.
Routt County District Attorney Brett Barkey on Tuesday successfully lobbied regional politicians to give raises to his employees.
The defense strategy became clear during opening statements Friday at the attempted-murder trial of Steven Torres. Public Defender Sheryl Uhlmann told the jury, “The shot that Mr. Torres fired at the Tap House bar was a shot to scare. It wasn’t a shot to kill.”
Routt County Undersheriff Ray Birch said Friday night that 27-year-old Nicolaus House Demetrian was apprehended by FBI agents while he was having a drink at a bar in Des Moines, Iowa.
After a full day of questioning Thursday, Judge Shelley Hill was able to scrape together a 12-member jury.
The Lowell Whiteman School near Steamboat Springs was evacuated Wednesday evening because of a threat, and classes were canceled Thursday and Friday.
Rather than taking his chances at trial, a former Steamboat Springs resident on Wednesday pleaded guilty to distributing cocaine and will serve a minimum of four years in prison.
The Hayden Town Council on Thursday is expected to hear from an EAGLE-Net representative about the future of high-speed Internet access in the town.
2:02 a.m. Routt County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a report of two people arguing in the 3100 block of Ingles Lane.
Election Guide 2013: Through Referendum 5B, West Routt Fire Protection District seeks mill levy increase
After an unsuccessful ballot initiative in November 2011, the West Routt Fire Protection District is going back to voters with a more modest proposal. The fire district’s board decided in August to ask voters to increase the mill levy by 1.5 mills.
Residents are invited to come meet the five finalists chosen to interview for the job of police chief in Hayden.
In preparation, 150 people have been told to show up that morning to possibly serve on the 12-member jury.
A 61-year-old Texas man died Saturday after the motorcycle he was driving hit a deer.
A $1 million project to light parts of the lower mountain at Steamboat Ski Area is on schedule, ski area officials said.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled in Denver for the Routt County woman who is accused of killing her 9-year-old son before attempting suicide.
District Attorney Brett Barkey put defense attorneys and accused felons on notice Thursday that plea offers going forward may no longer be the sweet deals they are used to.
Bond has been set at $1 million for a 67-year-old man who is accused of sexually assaulting a juvenile girl on four occasions in 2012.
All City Market and King Soopers stores in Colorado, including those in Craig and Steamboat Springs, have voluntarily stopped selling potentially dangerous chicken.
Rusty Prindle, who has prosecuted cases in Routt County for the past 5 1/2 years, has parted ways with the Routt County District Attorney’s Office.