Since last fall’s flooding the Coal Creek Golf Course in Louisville hasn’t been up to par, but that’s about to change.
The town of Lyons was one of the hardest hit when last fall’s devastating flooding ripped through several communities along the Front Range. Among the losses was the town’s fire station, and they’re working to rebuild by hitting the street.
Six months after the floods, thieves and vandals are targeting homes in Lyons so damaged the owners can’t return.
Farmer Amanda Scott owns 63rd Street Farm in Boulder. September’s floods wiped out the vegetables and crops that would have fed nearly 400 people.
As Colorado recovers from last fall’s devastating floods some victims are raising serious questions about where the federal money for rebuilding is being spent.
A tiny mouse is causing a big commotion across Colorado. The Preble mouse is holding up some flood repair efforts.
Five months after Colorado’s devastating flooding last September, an Evans neighborhood is still in shambles and nobody wants to be responsible for the cleanup.
Federal wildlife managers deny that a mouse protected by the Endangered Species Act is holding up flood recovery projects in Colorado after congressman Cory Gardner expressed concerns about possible delays.
A community hit hard has been dealt another blow– families trying to recover from last fall’s devastating flooding have received eviction notices.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says nearly $246 million in federal aid has flowed into Colorado since the deadly September floods.