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Fatal motorcycle crash closes eastbound U.S. 34 in Loveland
Buy Photo(Photo: Coloradoan library)One person died in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 34 on Thursday afternoon, according to Colorado State Patrol.CSP trooper Gary Cutler said troopers responded to the crash at 6:12 p.m. Thursday near U.S. 34 and Butte Road in Loveland. Initial reports indica
Fort Collins weather: What to expect for Colorado Brewers' Festival
Friday:Fort Collins will have a partly cloudy evening today with a low around 54 degrees. Winds of 5 to 16 mph are also expected.Saturday:Sunny with a high of 83 degrees and a 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms around noon. In the evening, the chance of showers and thunderstorms increase
Dan's Van food truck launches in Fort Collins with Southern comfort food
“I’ve always wanted to do a food truck, they are sort of the hip, new thing,” said Skaags, a longtime restaurant industry worker with a Southern drawl. “I’ve already found lots of hungry people.”
Injury child abuse among Loveland, Berthoud police calls
Loveland arrestsWednesday, June 138:35 p.m. At an undisclosed location, a 37-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of child abuse causing injury, domestic violence, harassment and obstructing a peace officer.9:19 p.m. In the 200 block of North Monroe Avenue, a 23-year-old transient man on suspicion of
Former Loveland teacher sentenced to probation in burglary, assault of ex-husband
In the morning before a custody hearing July 5, 2016, Giesler reportedly showed up at her ex-husband's home with an electric stun gun while she was wearing a face mask.
Fort Collins mosquitoes are out for blood, and it might get worse from here
A couple weeks into the West Nile virus season, no mosquitoes trapped in Larimer County have tested positive for the virus. That’s normal, county health department spokeswoman Katie O’Donnell said.
Inside Business - CBDepot opens downtown
A trainee and CBDepot Manager Marisa Williams (Claire Woodcock/ Estes Park Trail-Gazette)On the grand opening of CBDepot, located in downtown Estes Park where Nana's Nook used to be, General Manager Marisa Williams pointed out the variety of hemp based products the shop has for sale."We have infused
Colorado's Brewers' Festival: Take this quiz to find your favorite beer
But with so many beers to try, how do you ensure you don't miss finding your new favorite? We've got you covered. Take this quiz to find out your must sip special at this year's BrewFest.
Weld County crash kills Fort Collins man, injures another
About 4:25 a.m. June 13, 22-year-old Jauquin Alarid of Fort Collins was driving a 1992 Dodge pickup truck eastbound on Colorado Highway 14 just west of Colorado Highway 257, Colorado State Patrol trooper Josh Lewis said.
Movie theater subscriptions: Where to find deals for the big screen in Fort Collins
The new option rivals MoviePass, a similarly-structured program that — for just under $10 a month — promises subscribers one movie a day at the program's participating theaters. Other theaters, including Cinemark, have similar programs.
Fort Collins to uproot thousands of ash trees as invasive beetle creeps closer
The glittering green beetle will destroy all untreated ash trees when it inevitably arrives in Fort Collins. Ash trees, once revered for their hardiness and bountiful branches, make up about 15 percent of our urban forest and provide one-third of tree shade in the city.
Windsor man arrested after underage sexual assault victim found unresponsive in museum bathroom
WINDSOR, Colo. — Police in Windsor have arrested a 22-year-old homeless man on suspicion of sexual assault after the underage victim was found unresponsive in a museum bathroom.Police say Daniel Mark Moos sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl in the women’s restroom at the Fire Museum, 121 6th Stree
Fact check: Suspicious meat found in Fort Collins yards tested positive for rat poison
POLITICSPhoto: Sady SwansonFact check: Suspicious meat found in Fort Collins yards tested positive for rat poisonThis story is a fact check article, looking into the claims after several reader questions. These articles research a specific statement or set of statements asserted as fact to check the
Condos & Town Homes for Sale in Loveland CO - June 2018
Home buyers looking for alternatives to more costly single family homes, those interested in low maintenance living or with limited space needs, and renters seeking better financial options will find much of interest by browsing the Loveland CO inventory of condos and town homes currently for sale.
30 classic - and quirky - things to do in Fort Collins this summer
Colorado State University students are (mostly) gone, bike wheels are spinning, beer is flowing and your social calendar is filling up fast.
Suspicious meat found in Fort Collins yards laced with rat poison
The group’s community outreach manager, Kaylene Weingardt, said no animals have been harmed yet.
Opinion: Fort Collins chamber of commerce CEO is wrong on renewable electricity
According to May, fully renewable electricity would harm social development because “unsubsidized renewables are expensive,” and high electric rates would fall heavily “on the low-income population.” In the real world,both renewables and fossil fuels are subsidized— the latter more heavily than the
Andrew Vanderwal's defense accuses Fort Collins detective of 'cross-pollinating' witnesses
Here are the key dates in the apprehension of Andrew Vanderwal, a man accused of child sex assault who evaded law enforcement for over a year. His case continues in Larimer County court as of June 1, 2018.Jacy Marmaduke
Laporte Avenue Infrastructure Improvements and Road Reconstruction, July 9-Aug. 31
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Beginning the second week of July, Fort Collins Utilities will replace undersized stormwater pipe and 95-year-old sanitary sewer pipe in Laporte Avenue. The street will be reconstructed with an asphalt surface.
Fort Collins City Council considers incentives for those who cap oil wells
The City Council generally supported extending buffers for development around oil and gas wells, along with a new incentive that significantly cuts the buffer if a well is capped. The discussion happened at a work session Tuesday, where no formal decisions are made.