Flood and wildfire season is just around the corner, but in Colorado, a natural disaster can strike during any month of the year.
The federal government will spend another $57 million on recovery work on waterways damaged by the 2013 flood in Colorado.
Colorado regulators are modifying some proposals and defending others designed to keep oilfield facilities safer during big floods like the one that hit the Front Range in 2013.
For the 26th year in a row, broadcast meteorologists from around the country are in Steamboat Springs learning about disaster and discussing trending topics in meteorology.
Just as Durango residents are mopping up after rains flooded parts of town over the weekend, the area could get more precipitation tonight.
A congregation in Loveland came together over the weekend to celebrate the rebirth of their church that was destroyed in the 2013 flooding.
There’s still plenty of rebuilding to be done in Lyons, but over the weekend a sense of renewal was in the air.
On September 9, 2013, a storm system began taking shape that would bring several days of rain and flooding to the Front Range.
As Colorado continues to recover and rebuild from the devastating flooding in 2013, there have been numerous lessons learned by the many agencies involved.
Disaster is an inevitable part of life, especially in a place like Colorado where there are so many potential hazards caused by weather.