Mountain Edition - April 24th, 2014
A judge schedules the first major court hearings in the Nancy Pfister murder case. Three people are charged with conspiring to kill the Aspen native.
A new study shows there may be a link between natural gas development and defects that develop in a child before birth.
Has Aspen become too expensive for the middle class? We talk to local residents and young business owners to find out how they’re making it work.
Finally, a local theatrical group - the Hudson Reed Ensemble is already preparing for summer. It’ll bring back a favorite event - Shakespeare in the Park.