Colorado regulators are modifying some proposals and defending others designed to keep oilfield facilities safer during big floods like the one that hit the Front Range in 2013.
The large, destructive wildfires and major flooding that have ravaged Colorado in recent years often gave responders little warning.
Rocky Mountain National Park has had its ups and downs during the past century. In the 1940s, gas rationing cut attendance, and the park is still trying to recover from devastating floods in 2013.
Hundreds of people who received money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency following last September’s floods will have to give the money back, just as the holidays arrive.
Rocky Mountain National Park is preparing to repair or reroute four trails that were badly damaged in the 2013 flood.
The stretch of Highway 34 near Greeley is finally being repaired more than a year after devastating flooding ripped through Northern Colorado causing major damage.
Construction is starting on a permanent road and bridge along a stretch of U.S. 34 east of Greeley washed out by last year’s flooding.
Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Colorado Recovery Office have released a review of the recovery efforts for the September 2013 floods.
Several families in Glen Haven will have to pay back FEMA money they used to make repairs in the aftermath of last fall’s devastating flooding because of their Home Owner’s Association policy.
A congregation in Loveland came together over the weekend to celebrate the rebirth of their church that was destroyed in the 2013 flooding.