Matt Stensland is a photojournalist for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. He has worked for the paper since January 2006. Matt started working at the paper as a reporter covering the town of Hayden, real estate and business. After about a year he was hired on as the newspaper's first full-time videographer. He is currently the cops and courts reporter and photographer. Matt has a bachelor's degree in print journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and grew up in Urbana. When not working, you will most likely find Matt soaking at either the Old Town or Strawberry Park hot springs. You can visit his website at www.mattstensland.com.
Moisture over the weekend has helped calm the Silver Creek Fire burning in the Sarvis Creek Wilderness area east of Stagecoach.
A 26-year-old Steamboat Springs woman faces felony charges related to burglary and drugs after an incident Saturday.
The Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team looked sharp, and enthusiasm was high during the squad's first set against Eagle Valley on Saturday.
The final Steamboat Springs Running Series race of the season proved to be unlike any other this year.
After a selection process that took nearly four days, a jury of 10 men and five women was selected Friday to decide whether 46-year-old Thomas Lee Johnson is guilty of the May 2000 slaying of Lori Bases.
Local police and members of the public will be trained to administer a drug that could save the life of someone who has overdosed on drugs.
The radar at the National Weather Service in Grand Junction is offline through at least Friday while upgrades are made.
It took a small community to clear the road Wednesday morning after a log truck rolled and scattered its load of lodgepole pine trees along Routt County Road 129.
On Tuesday morning, smoke had settled in the Yampa Valley after the previous day's increased fire activity.
Firefighters in the region are reporting unprecedented fire activity at regional fires this summer. With stands of beetle-killed lodgepole pine trees littering the forest, officials believe the fire activity will only continue in future years, putting homes and property at risk.