The last highway closed in Colorado after September’s historic floods is back open.
One of the last major highways closed by the September floods is back open.
Gov. John Hickenlooper says all Colorado highways damaged by September’s massive floods will be reopened before Thanksgiving, well ahead of the Dec. 1 goal the state had set.
The re-opening for U.S. Highway 34 between Estes Park and Loveland is set for next Thursday, more than a week early.
There was a surprise in Grand County Tuesday when a man accused of killing a father while driving drunk on the Fourth of July did not take a plea deal.
Monday’s opening of Highway 36 following flood repairs was welcome news to many, but it has some Jefferson County residents feeling like officials are playing favorites with the priorities for the recovery.
A family in Grand Lake is angry about a plea deal prosecutors offered an allegedly drunk driver who hit and killed a father of eight.
People living in Drake or who own property in that area will be allowed to return via Highway 34 this weekend.
CBS4’s Jeff Todd on Wednesday got an up-close look at the progress being made after the floods destroyed much of U.S. Highway 34 in Larimer County — the road between Loveland and Estes Park.
As Colorado recovers from last month’s devastating flooding, more people are now seeing the destruction firsthand. On Sunday homeowners in the flood-ravaged town of Drake returned — many for the first time in a month.