Black Forest Fire

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Headlines

  • Amid Dispute, El Paso Country Sheriff Releases Timeline of Black Forest Fire
  • Aspen Airport Reopens as Wreckage From Crash is Removed
  • Delta County Commissioners asked to support a Grant for Improved Healthcare Services
  • Avalanche Forecaster says Conditions Improving, but Still Dangerous
Roger Adams/Aspen Public Radio

One person is dead and two have been injured after a fiery plane crash at the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport on Sunday afternoon.

Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen has been following the story, and joined us this evening (Monday, January 6) to discuss the latest developments.

Headlines

  • El Paso County Sheriff Disputes Statements about Black Forest Fire
  • Grand Junction Airport Launching its Own Probe into Fraud Allegations
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  • Debate over Greater Sage Grouse Continues in western Colorado
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