SALT LAKE CITY — A lawyer for Olympic gold-medalist skier Picabo Street said Thursday that she was defending herself during a December fight with her father and will demand a jury trial on domestic violence and assault charges.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officials say three skiers from California are recovering from minor to serious injuries after falling from a cliff just outside the southern resort boundary.
ASPEN, Colo.— ESPN won't use drones to videotape the upcoming 2016 X Games in Aspen, which comes after an Austrian skier was almost hit by one of the flying devices during a December World Cup event.
OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) — Dr. Daniel Gale had no choice but to get to work when a big late-December snowstorm struck Wisconsin.
PARK CITY, Utah — Visitors to Utah Olympic Park can now use inflatable inner-tubes to enjoy the snowy hills.
TAMARACK, Idaho — A Nampa man spent the night inside a snow cave after he skied out of bounds of Tamarack Resort and became lost.
Ski area has opened thanks to abundant snowfall this week.
Bob Cochran of Richmond, Vermont, swoops down Mt. Eniwa at Sapporo, Japan, Feb. 6, 1972, during a training run for the downhill event of the Winter Olympics. His time of 1:55.78 was fifth best of the day. (AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz)
The American Olympic men's ski team, left to right: William Beck, Bill Bueck, David Lawrence, Jack Nagel, Emile Allais, John Herbert, Verne Goodwin, Darrell Robinson, Brooks Dodge, and Jack Reddish pose together on the slopes, Jan. 27, 1952 at St. Anton, Austria. (AP Photo/Hans Von Nolde)
Though tracks lead every which way, this snowboarder at Mount Lemmon Ski Valley has a route all planned out. "It's been really good this year - good snow and good crowds," said Graham Davies, general manager of Ski Valley, which opened on Dec. 20.
Skiing enthusiasts Mary Cavada, 8, and her father, Francisco, take advantage of the excellent conditions at Mount Lemmon Ski Valley.
Skiers are schussing the slopes of Mount Lemmon Ski Valley on 29 inches of natural snow - while more northerly ski areas such as the Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff rely partly on artificial snowmaking.
Anna Bagenholm was skiing in the Norwegian backwoods when she
slid headfirst into a frozen stream. Rescued over an hour later,
she was clinically dead, with no breath, no pulse.
Red Sox need anemic bats to come to life at Fenway
A tumor sprouted in Mitch Sluder's brain and grew to the size of
a baseball, sitting on his right frontal lobe, quietly waiting to