Officials with Colorado State University are cooperating with local police while conducting their own investigation on Saturday night’s block party.
A party-turned-riot made for a wild night for as many as 1000 people in a Fort Collins neighborhood just a few blocks west of Colorado State University’s campus
The Food Bank of the Rockies is only approximately 600 votes short of winning a $45,000 grant from Walmart for their Totes of Hope-Children program.
A judge has ordered Facebook to turn over information about posts that targeted students in Fort Collins.
It’s down now, but students at a Fort Collins high school say a Facebook page led to a weekend of bullying for some students. While the page is gone, plenty of questions remain about punishment.
A company that makes ammunition magazines that will be banned under law says it’s moving forward with plans to leave Colorado.
Facebook has redesigned the main attraction of its social network to address complaints that its website has turned into a jumble of monotonous musings and random photos.
Thieves were busted in Denver and the police are giving credit to Facebook. It’s the latest example of social media protecting the public.
A social media privacy bill that would prevent employers from requiring employee passwords has won initial approval in the Colorado House.
The luckiest of a group of skiers who were caught in a large avalanche at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area on Saturday may be a Denver man who was buried up to his neck.