Family Of 6 Displaced By House Fire In Fort CollinsA family of six in Fort Collins needs a new place to stay after a fire tore through their garage Sunday morning.
Serial Window Peeping Suspect Commits Suicide As Deputies Serve Search WarrantA serial window peeping suspect in Fort Collins took his own life as police were attempting to serve a search warrant.
CDOT Begins Work On 'Climbing' Lane On I-25 In Northern ColoradoWork is now underway for the expansion of Interstate 25 in Northern Colorado.
Nearly 100 Vehicles Vandalized In Fort CollinsNearly 100 vehicles were vandalized in Fort Collins over the past several weeks.
Neighborhood Surveillance Cams Help Police Capture Window PeeperA serial window peeping suspect has been arrested in Fort Collins.
Many Mountain Roads, Campsites Still Closed For Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day Weekend kicks off the summer camping season in Colorado but officials with the U.S. Forest Service say that many National Forest System roads and campsites along the Front Range are still closed.
Comcast Bringing 600 Jobs To Northern ColoradoComcast plans to bring 600 new jobs to Colorado with a new customer service center located in Fort Collins.
Train Hauling Fracking Sand Derails In Northern ColoradoFirefighters say nine train cars that derailed near an elementary school in northern Colorado were carrying sand used in fracking but no hazardous materials.
Colorado Nurse Was Able To Keep Working Despite Abuse ClaimsHospitals apparently knew about some alleged misconduct by Thomas Mark Moore. But without any prosecution pending, it doesn't seem that they shared the information with other facilities.
Police: Kids Targeted By Predators Through Social Media, AppsStudents as young as fourth and fifth grades are being targeted by predators using social media apps to connect with them. It's something parents should be aware of and know how those apps work.
Hiker Rescued From Horsetooth FallsA hiker was rescued after getting stuck in Horsetooth Falls on Thursday afternoon.
Colorado's Battle Over Regulating Fracking Shifts To BallotColorado's battle over who should regulate fracking - and how much - now shifts to the November election after the state Supreme Court overturned attempts by local governments to impose their own rules.