CSU Alumni Gives $13 Million For Scholarships, ConstructionColorado State University says an energy company CEO who graduated from the school is donating $13 million for scholarships and construction projects.
CSU's Higgins Projected To Be Picked In 2nd Or 3rd RoundFew receivers in this class can match Higgins' career production, which is all the more impressive considering that he left the Rams with a year of eligibility remaining.
LA Rams Running Back Todd Gurley Takes In CSU's 'Green & Gold Game'Spring is in the air, and in Fort Collins on Saturday, that meant football.
Miniature Horse Heads Home After Receiving Prosthetic Limb At CSUA horse named Shine was attacked by a dog near Pueblo and his damaged hoof had to be amputated. But thanks to the veterinary teaching hospital at Colorado State University, Shine can trot on.
Hurricane Forecast Pioneer Bill Gray Dead At Age 86Bill Gray, a pioneer in hurricane forecasting, died Saturday in Fort Collins, according to his longtime assistant. He was 86.
New CSU Stadium Continues Tradition Of Sonny Lubick FieldThe new stadium at Colorado State University will continue the tradition of "Sonny Lubick Field" when it opens for the 2017 season thanks to a $20 million gift.
Gillon Leads Colorado State Past Air Force 87-73John Gillon scored 11 of his 22 points during a pivotal second-half run and Colorado State beat Air Force 87-73 on Saturday in a regular-season finale.
Bernie Sanders Rallies Supporters In Fort CollinsAfter a landslide loss in South Carolina on Saturday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders traveled to Fort Collins to rally supporters.
Senate Panel Kills 21st Century Open Records BillA Republican-led state Senate committee has voted to defeat a bill to modernize Colorado's open records law.
Colorado State Rams Earn First Ranking Since 2002Colorado State coach Ryun Williams was glad to be part of history when the Rams made the AP women's basketball Top 25 for the first time since 2002.
Debate Over Collecting Rainwater Resurfaces At State CapitolColorado is the only place in the country where it's illegal to collect rainwater. You can direct it by changing your gutters or grading but you can't collect it. The law dates back more than a century, but Rep. Jessie Danielson is hoping to change it.
Police On Possibility Of Super Bowl Rioting: #Don'tBeADonkeyDenver police are rooting for a Broncos Super Bowl victory as much as anyone, but they are urging fans keep the postgame revelry in check.

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