Seeds Tossed In Boulder County After 2013 FloodingBoulder County employees tossed out seeds Wednesday morning to continue the recovery effort from the 2013 floods. Officials say it marks the end of the flood recovery buyout program.
Bill To Help Colorado Disaster Victims Gets Held UpHope is washing away for Colorado homeowners who lost homes to recent floods and wildfires.
17-Year-Old Organizes South Boulder Creek Restoration EffortA team of volunteers worked along South Boulder Creek on Saturday in an effort to prevent erosion after last fall's devastating flooding.
Boulder Creek Closed To Clean Up Flood DebrisMuch of Boulder Creek is currently off limits to swimming, floating and kayaking while crews clean up the debris from last September’s floods.
Therapeutic Art Helping Kids Cope With DisastersTherapeutic art is something that is helping children cope and move on from disasters and tragedy.
Crews Tear Down Historic Colorado Ranch LodgeCrews tore down what was left of a damaged historic Colorado ranch lodge on Friday.
Race Underway To Protect Towns Against Spring FloodingIt’s a race against the calendar and nature as residents and engineers work to protect towns in Northern Colorado against spring flooding.
New Worry For Flood Survivors: Insurance Cost HikeThousands of Coloradans could face major cost increases for their flood insurance, just as many are trying to decide whether to rebuild or move on after the devastating September flooding.
College Students Help Clear Flood DebrisMore than 120 college students helped clear debris in Larimer County on Saturday.
Vandals Targeting Flood Damaged Homes In LyonsSix months after the floods, thieves and vandals are targeting homes in Lyons so damaged the owners can’t return.
Volunteers Helping Rebuild Flood Damaged Communities Nearly 100 volunteers are working to help victims of last fall’s flooding rebuild their community.
Colorado Gets $199M More For Flood RecoveryColorado is getting an additional $199 million from the federal government to help communities devastated by September's historic floods, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced Friday.