Making A Difference Monday
What started as a small idea when the Waldo Canyon Fire was burning this summer is now making a big difference for victims.
Insurance claims are on the minds of many homeowners trying to rebuild after this summer’s destructive wildfires.
People came together to help in the face of the High Park Fire destruction, and one man who is in the process of rebuilding his home says it was the same sense of community which led him to rebuild.
Larimer County has been helpful in assisting those affected be the High Park Fire to get back on their feet.
When the High Park Fire hit the steep terrain around the W.O.L.F. sanctuary they had to try to round up animals in fenced enclosures as large as an acre.
A dedicated group of volunteers and generous donors have worked tirelessly to build Holly Square as a safe place for area youth, and in recent weeks the area has gotten a whole new look.
From gang fights to gang flights. The idea is to show gang members what they’re fighting over and show them why they’re missing the bigger picture. CBS4′s Gloria Neal wanted to see how it works, so she went up for a tour.
After the death of Officer Celena Hollis the night of June 24, the people who run Jazz in the Park were wondering, what now? Would violence end their dream?
A bold Park Hill community has refused to let Holly Square Shopping Center fall to area gangs.
The Prodigal Son Initiative wants to strengthen and build up our communities by giving youth and future leaders the positive tools and knowledge that they will need to succeed.