The small mountain community of Jamestown commemorated the devastating flood of last September with blown-up posters of typewritten notes hung on the ceiling of the town hall.
If state and local governments don’t meet face to face with their citizens and become a sounding board for all their frustrations, they’ve missed a valuable opportunity. That’s one major lesson learned from the flood: Listen to your residents.
Police in Longmont are investigating a kidnapping case in which a man allegedly dragged another man out of bed and forced him to help find his lost car.
A teenage girl from Connecticut who was reported missing more than two weeks ago has been found safe in Colorado.
CBS4 this week gathered a handful of recollections from last year’s historic flood that highlight the good-news stories that emerged. Here are a few.
Hikers and hunters aren’t seeing eye to eye this week after one of the latter legally killed a moose with a bow and arrow last weekend.
Authorities used a National Guard helicopter to help remove a marijuana growing operation from a remote and mountainous area near Longmont.
A Boulder County inmate faces additional charges after allegedly kicking shut a metal door that severed part of a finger of a sheriff’s deputy.
A northern Colorado man is recovering after accidentally shooting himself on the way to a sporting goods store to trade in his handgun.
There are new possible victims in the investigation of a massage therapist who police say attacked a client.