Several people living in Larimer and Boulder Counties suffered damage to their homes and property when a tornado hit last week and in the aftermath of flooding caused by torrential rains. They got some relief and information from experts.
A 75-year-old man who was shot and killed in Loveland over the weekend died from a gunshot wound to the chest.
A Berthoud man is among those trying to salvage what’s left of his belongings after a tornado destroyed his home Thursday night.
A tornado on Thursday night in Larimer County tore into more than a dozen homes, destroying three.
A tornado struck the Front Range town of Berthoud on Thursday evening, damaging several homes in the area. Another tornado struck the eastern plains town of Simla, also causing damage.
Police in Northern Colorado said there is no direct link between the murder of a 65-year-old man overnight in Loveland and two apparently random shootings in the region that authorities say are connected, but there are several similarities.
The twister touched down in the late morning hours in a field northeast of Platteville in Weld County and traveled northwest for 39 miles.
Now investigating two mysterious incidents, Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith told CBS4 it’s extremely rare to have two apparently random shootings along roadways anywhere in Colorado.
The man who attacked at least six women along trails in Fort Collins last year has been sentenced.
As heavy rain continued across much of Colorado on Friday, rising water levels have emergency crews concerned.