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Skydiver from Golden found dead after planned jump near Longmont airport
Vance Brand Airport, in Longmont, Colo. (File Photo: KDVR) LONGMONT, Colo. - A man from Golden is dead after a planned skydiving jump near the Longmont airport on Thursday. The 23-year-old, who's name has not yet been released, had a planned jump around 1:15 p.m. with Mile-Hi Skydiving, according th
4A softball: No. 8 Berthoud takes down No. 1 Pueblo County
The Hornets scored one in the sixth and got another in the bottom of the seventh. Morgan McCabe reached base on a single, moving Samantha McCord to second. McCabe represented the tying run, but Kaylin Mares grounded out to end the game.
Bond denied for Fort Collins woman accused of killing husband
Fort Collins police responded to a report of a shooting on the morning of Oct. 2, 2018, and found one man dead. A woman was arrested and taken into custody.Saja Hindi, email@example.com
Loveland-area things to do for Friday, Saturday and Sunday
The Harrington Haunted House of Horrors opens on Fourth Street tonight.FRIDAYHarrington Arts Alliance's Haunted House of Horrors,6-11 p.m., 315 E. Fourth St., Loveland. $12 for ages 11 and under and $15 for ages 12 and up. Call 568-7370 or visitharringtonartsalliance.org."Tony 'n Tina's Wedding,"7 p
Weld County teacher on administrative leave following Safe2Tell and social media reports
A Milliken Middle School teacher has been placed on administrative leave for unprofessional conduct following multiple reports made to the school through Safe2Tell, an anonymous reporting system, and on social media.
Evans PD: Cellphone video shows teacher taping child to chair
The video, which Evans police said in a news release they received on Thursday, depicts an incident that allegedly happened at Prairie Heights Middle School in the town of around 10,000 people south of Greeley.
Teacher Placed On Leave After Allegedly Taping Student To Chair
EVANS, Colo. (CBS4) - An Evans middle school teacher is on administrative leave after she allegedly taped one of her students to a chair. The teacher allegedly used masking tape to restrain the student by his ankles and torso. She also placed tape over his mouth. (credit: CBS) Evans Police Chief Ric
2018 October 19 | Berthoud Weekly Surveyor
Larimer County Mental Health InitiativeOctober 19, 2018|0 CommentBy Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor A ballot measure that will fund a mental and behavioral health facility in Larimer County will be in the hands of voters this November. County…Read more»Standing room only at the planning meeting l
Man's body found near Longmont airport after skydiver reported missing
The man, who lived in Golden, was reportedly an experienced skydiver and had a planned jump with Mile-Hi Skydiving, which is based at Vance Brand Airport, at 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Wagner said.
Boulder police investigating possible drugging of women at parties on University Hill
Boulder police are reminding party-goers to never leave drinks unattended or accept drinks from common, open containers. Symptoms of drugging include memory loss, breathing difficulties and being disproportionately intoxicated compared to the amount of alcohol ingested.
Loveland massage business owner arrested on charges of child sexual abuse, prostitution
Mark Brinkman (Larimer County Sheriff's Office)Following a four-month investigation into attempted sex crimes against children and prostitution, Larimer County Sheriff's Office investigators on Thursday arrested the owner of a Loveland massage business on multiple felony allegations.According to a L
Man shot with beanbag rounds after menacing Longmont officer pleads guilty
He was also charged with attempted first-degree assault, an additional count of felony menacing, obstructing a peace officer, violating a protection order and a sentence enhancer for violent crime, but those charges were dismissed by the Boulder County District Attorney in the plea deal.
CU Boulder Police say residence hall robberies included theft of women's underwear
The department reported Wednesday that it was investigating a series of burglaries and thefts in Aden, Brackett, Cockerell and Crosman residence halls in recent weeks.
Longmont police notes: Juveniles suspects in assault
Several juveniles aresuspects in an assault that happened in the 1300 block of Jade Lane in Longmont on Wednesday. The case is open.Longmont police tooka report of theft in the 1600 block of Kimbark Street on Wednesday. The suspects are unknown.A woman wassummoned for theft after police responded to
Rash of rattlesnake sightings reported, dog bitten in Fort Collins area
“I’ve never gotten so many people telling me they saw rattlesnakes on one trail,’’ said city of Fort Collins Natural Areas ranger Bridget Clark, who was patrolling the area over the weekend.
Car tumbles into Big Thompson River; driver hospitalized
According to Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Operations Chief Greg Ward, dive teams were dispatched at 10:34 a.m. to a bridge on County Road 29, where the road crosses the Big Thompson River.
Thornton police name husband as suspect in wife's death
THORNTON - A Thornton man who's being treated for self-inflicted injuries is the suspect in the killing of his wife, according to a release from the Thornton Police Department. Just before 4 p.m. on Wednesday, officers responded to a call about an injured person at a home in the 13100 block of Uinta
Man killed by wood thrown from machine at Johnstown workplace
KUSA — A 54-year-old Milliken man is dead after he was struck in the chest by a piece of wood thrown from a machine at his workplace, according to the Weld County Coroner’s Office.Steven Deniston was killed in the apparent workplace accident at Sun Mountain Custom Doors Tuesday afternoon.The coroner
Wood from machine strikes worker in the chest, killing Weld County man
JOHNSTOWN, Colo. — An industrial accident at Sun Mountain Custom Doors in Johnstown has claimed the life of a 54-year-old Milliken man, according to a release from the Weld County Coroner.
Two south-metro pharmacists plead guilty in federal court to illegally distributing opioids
Two south metro-area pharmacists have pleaded guilty in federal court to felony charges for illegally distributing opioids. Stanley "Stan" G. Callas, 66, of Parker, and Scott Alan Eskanos, 63, of Highlands Ranch, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges related to the illegal dispensing and distribution