A meeting was held in Larimer County for the flood victims Friday night and the community found there are no simple answers to their questions.
A man from Loveland is facing a long list of charges after he was arrested in an area closed because of the floods. Police are trying to figure out if he was stealing from the homes of evacuees.
Seven people are dead due to flooding and three people are missing and presumed dead — all in Larimer County.
More than a week after massive flooding cut off communities dotting Colorado mountainsides, searchers have located more than 1,100 people previously listed as unaccounted for and missing.
At its height, the number of people unaccounted for in Colorado flooding topped 1,200 and fears grew that there could be a massive death toll.
The number of people reported missing in Colorado’s flooding continues to drop.
Search and rescue crews are scouring the massive flood zone in Larimer County. Teams of rescue and recovery dogs are also searching and finding out just how dangerous it can be searching in a disaster area.
Boulder County officials say another person has been found dead from the Colorado floods, bringing the statewide death toll to seven.
Some evacuated residents in Larimer County are eager to return home but fear by the time they get there, irreparable damage may have been done. Others refused to leave and built a road in and out.
A couple who owns a home in one of the communities that was hit worst by flooding says while they were trapped in their mountain town they used downed trees to cross raging waterways and rope lines to make their way up muddy banks.