Thousands of Coloradans could face major cost increases for their flood insurance, just as many are trying to decide whether to rebuild or move on after the devastating September flooding.
Six months after the floods, thieves and vandals are targeting homes in Lyons so damaged the owners can’t return.
Inside the town of Lyons during last September’s historic flooding were a group of leaders who were prepared.
State and federal highway officials plan to close U.S. Highway 36 west of Pinewood Springs near Estes Park on Monday for blasting, which is part of a flood reconstruction project.
Police in Lyons now have the woman they think was behind a robbery at the St. Vrain Pharmacy.
Police in Lyons would like the public’s help identifying a suspect in a pharmacy robbery.
A blasting project that dumped huge boulders on U.S. Highway 36 between Lyons and Pinewood Springs closed the highway Monday and Tuesday but they’ve been cleared and it’s now back open.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is making lots of repairs and strengthening roads on Highway 36 in order to protect them from future flooding.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be making its last pick up of debris from last fall’s flooding in northern Colorado over the next two weeks.
All the snow this winter is good news for Colorado’s water supply, but the spring melt could be devastating for some already flood-ravaged communities.