From frostbitten kittens to bomb-sniffing dogs, 2014 was quite a year for pets and animals in Colorado. Here are a few of our favorite furry tales (or is it tails?) from this year.
Drivers count themselves lucky if they find a prime parking space in Old Town Fort Collins. But the city is eyeing a change and wants to open more of those spots to visitors.
The Colorado State Patrol says a man who was on foot when he was struck and killed by at least five different cars on E-470 was a Fort Collins resident.
Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has interviewed for the vacant head coaching job at Colorado State University.
Butane hash claimed another home on the Front Range on Monday.
The Denver Broncos and Colorado State University are teaming up to create The Denver Broncos Sports Management Institute.
Fort Collins police are searching for a man they say shot at detectives who were trying to arrest him Friday night.
The oldest penguin in the world is undergoing cancer treatment at Colorado State University.
A Fort Collins store, appropriately and obviously called Ugly Christmas Sweaters, opened in November with 4,000 items. They’re selling well.
In Larimer County 23 people have been hospitalized with influenza since October, marking what health officials call a huge spike in serious illness caused by the virus.