This week marks the six month anniversary since the floods devastated Colorado, and while the state has seen recovery there is still a lot to do.
Frozen Dead Guy Days is back on in Nederland despite devastating floods that ripped through the region six months ago.
Deadlines are just days away for flood victims to get rid of debris from the disaster but many say they need more time.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is making lots of repairs and strengthening roads on Highway 36 in order to protect them from future flooding.
An Evans community destroyed by floods last year is becoming a potential health risk as the ruins have still not been cleaned up.
Nearly five months after floods devastated Colorado, the U.S. Post Office in Jamestown is back open for business.
Colorado is poised to get a new rainfall record because of September’s flooding.
In the coming weeks, state lawmakers will discuss legislation that aims to provide a measure of help for the longtime Lyons resident and hundreds of others in similar situations across northern Colorado.
Destruction from September’s Colorado floods is prompting proposals that state lawmakers say are aimed at removing bureaucratic obstacles to expedite rebuilding efforts.
A Christmas tree farm in Boulder County that was damaged by the September floods is starting to get back on its feet.