Colorado is still recovering from the floods in September, and those efforts got a big boost Wednesday from Great Outdoors Colorado.
The federal government will provide$62.8 million to help individuals and communities rebuilding from flooding in northeastern Colorado.
Denver-area high school students who won Katy Perry’s lip-dub school spirit contest are donating more than $9,000 to help Coloradans affected by disasters, including September’s floods.
Some flood victims who got shut out of federal recovery efforts are hoping a visit by the governor will help them recover.
People in some neighborhoods are still trying to start the rebuilding process, and for one in Longmont, residents are stuck in limbo.
For a few precious hours every Saturday night, Jamestown, in the foothills of the Rockies, looks more like it did before the floods.
The last highway closed in Colorado after September’s historic floods is back open.
This year Colorado has had both devastating wildfires and crushing floods, and because of that more people need help as the holidays approach.
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.