St. Vrain River
It was September 13, 2013 when Nick Bacria had to pack all of his belongings and leave his home as the St. Vrain River flooded his property. Now, he’s doing it again.
The rising water levels in northeastern Colorado have Colorado’s oil and gas industry taking action. More than 1,000 barrels of oil spilled from flooded tanks during the September 2013 floods. They want to make sure that doesn’t happen again.
During the historic flooding of September 2013, the town of Lyons lost somewhere between 90 and 100 homes, washed away by the overflowing St. Vrain River.
Trails that run along the St. Vrain River between Lyons and Estes Park are getting much-needed repairs after last year’s devastating flooding.
Heavy rains over a short period of time have flooded some streets in Boulder.
A combination of warm weather and more afternoon thunderstorms will keep snowpack melting and water levels on the rise.
The identities of a teenage boy and his uncle who died after being swept away in the Cache La Poudre River west of Fort Collins on Monday have been released.
Colorado’s Front Range saw its first round of severe weather this season on Wednesday, and some people living in the areas clobbered by last year’s flooding are getting nervous.
Sen. Mark Udall is headed to Longmont and Lyons to see flood recovery efforts and discuss the effects of the federal shutdown.
As people return to their homes in the flood ravaged sections of the state they find mud, mayhem and — on occasion — a miracle. That miracle — such as an untouched grand piano — can be challenge to preserve.