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Hundreds Tour NCAR Planes Studying Front Range Air Quality

Three research aircraft have been flying over the Front Range the last few weeks — sometimes at only about 1,000 feet. The flights are testing Colorado’s air quality and sparking a lot of curiosity.


The August 2014 national precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center, released on July 31, 2014. (credit CBS)

Cool, Wet Weather Could Continue Into August

The latest outlook from the Climate Prediction Center indicates the monsoon might stick around well into the month ahead.


Searchers look through a car in the Big Thompson River west of Loveland. Some of the victims of the flood were found in their cars. (credit: Buresh)

Big Thompson Flood Remembered 38 Years Later

The Big Thompson flood struck 38 years ago, claiming the lives of more than 140 people.


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July 2014: One Of Wettest On Record For Denver

An active month with heavy monsoon rainfall has pushed July 2014 into the top 10 wettest on record for Denver.


Jarrod Bessire's corn crop (credit: CBS)

Weld County Residents Can’t Keep Up With Relentless Rain

This week’s pounding rain showers in Weld County left many areas flooded.


County Road 40 damage in Eads. (credit: Kiowa Co. Sheriff)

Water Measures 4 Feet Deep In Parts Of Eads

The small town of Eads in Kiowa County is waiting to declare a state of emergency until they receive a full assessment of the storm damage from this week’s rain storms.


A flooded lobby cancelled classes at Heritage College in Denver (credit: CBS)

Flooded Lobby Cancels Classes At Heritage College

Classes were cancelled at Heritage College on Wednesday afternoon and evening because of a flooded lobby.


Damage at Windsor Middle School (credit: CBS)

Flooding Causes Big Mess At Windsor Middle School

The worst of the flooding in Colorado is in Windsor and it made a real mess at a school.


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1 Death Blamed On Storms In Colorado

One death is being blamed on Tuesday’s storms that passed over Colorado.


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Hickenlooper Helps Flood-Damaged Towns Move Forward Faster

Gov. John Hickenlooper is trying to help cities and counties recover faster from last year’s historic flooding. He is changing the process for how federal funding is distributed.



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