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I-25 express lane work near Loveland will include Colorado's first middle-of-interstate bus stop
Johnny Olson, CDOT region 4 transportation director, talks Friday about how the railroad bridge over Interstate 25 in the background will be expanded by about 100 feet south from the south abutment of the bridge, creating room for Kandall Parkway to continue under the bridge and connecting Centerra
'Disney World of youth sports' still a reality for Windsor, despite months of silence
WINDSOR —Rocky Mountain Sports Park was touted as the Disney World of youth sports whenplans were announced in May 2017to build 68 sports fields, lodging for players, an indoor training facility and more on 490 acres north of Windsor.
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
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
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
1 motorcyclist killed, another in 'grave' condition after collision with SUV in Longmont
According to a news release, a Hyundai Kona SUV was traveling northbound on County Road 1 at 10:08 p.m. Thursday when the driver turned west into the eastbound lane of Sunshine Avenue, disregarding a no-left-turn arrow and a do-not-enter sign.
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.
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.”
Police: Woman found with third-degree burns at Greeley independent living facility
About 2:01 p.m. Friday, Greeley police and firefighters responded to a report of a structure fire at an independent living facility in the 1300 block of 60th Ave. in west Greeley. According to a release from Greeley police, the woman was found in an apartment filled with heavy smoke. She required re
Officials say bear attack unlikely in Red Feather Lakes incident
“Officers set bear traps in the event that the bear came back to the campsite, used specialized tracking hounds to see if a scent could be picked up in the immediate vicinity, searched for physical evidence around the site and interviewed the campers as well as others in the area. Wildlife officers
Loveland police officers recognized for actions at Namaqua Park
Officers Sean McDonald, Stephen Marchio, Matt Sychla and Geoff Reeves received medals of valor. Master Sgt. Aaron Belk received a Meritorious Service Award.
Loveland Area Weather: Warm weekend with chances for rain ahead
Today, isolated showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 84. Light and variable wind becoming east 5 to 8 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 20%.
State Farm to vacate one of three Greeley buildings – BizWest
State Farm’s five-year lease expired this year, and the company has decided to rearrange its floor plan to consolidate employees into two buildings rather than three, a spokeswoman for the company said in an email to BizWest.
Lagoon Series Welcomes Strange Americans to the Stage June 27
Strange Americans is a traditional rock 'n' roll band calling themselves a "Carhartt-wearing, hard-working, industrial beer-drinking" band that appeals to all ages and demographics.
Greeley posts second highest hotel occupancy rate among Front Range cities
The monthly report showed Greeley's occupancy rate for May at 76.3 percent, with 16,349 out of 21,421 rooms rented for the month.
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.
Woman rescued from ‘arctic river' of hail and rain in Greeley
Check out the “arctic river” of hail and rain in Greeley. An older driver in the white car got stuck, and the fire department had to come out to rescue her. One neighbor tried to help IN A CANOE. It took a backhoe and dump truck to eventually clear the road.#Denver7pic.twitter.com/ikLWNMMDJx— Jason
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 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.
Woman killed in crash on Boulder-bound Diagonal ran red light, troopers say
The woman, identified by the Colorado State Patrol as Margret Graham, of California, was driving her 2004 Honda SUV east on Niwot Road around 11 a.m. Monday when she approached the intersection with the Diagonal, according to Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis.