Staff Sgt. Christopher Birdwell (credit: Fort Carson/CBS)

Fallen Soldier From Windsor Honored

The state honored soldier Christopher Birdwell from Windsor on Friday. He died in Afghanistan last month.


Sgt. Christopher J. Birdwell (credit: Birdwell Family)

Fort Carson Honors Fallen Soldiers From Colorado, Oregon

Fort Carson is holding a memorial service for two soldiers killed in Afghanistan.


Sgt. Christopher J. Birdwell (credit: Fort Carson)

Fallen Soldier’s Family Addresses Windsor Community About Their Loss

Sgt. Christopher Birdwell, 25, from Windsor was one of two soldiers from Fort Carson killed Monday in Kabul.


Windsor Lake is closed to swimmers until further notice (credit: CBS)

Weld Co. Residents Upset Over Late Lake Closure Notice

Some Weld County residents are asking why it took several days to close Windsor Lake to swimmers after initial reports that people were getting sick.


Windsor Lake is closed to swimmers until further notice (credit: CBS)

What Caused So Many To Get Sick At Windsor Lake

Several people have gotten sick after swimming in Windsor Lake. That lake is off limits for swimmers until further notice.


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Dive Team Searches For Man Who Went Under Water In Windsor

The Loveland Dive Team has been searching Sunday for a man under water near Habitat Bay in Windsor.


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Man Sentenced To 14 Years For Abusing Son

A Windsor man will spend 14 years behind bars for severely abusing his 5-month-old son.


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Vestas Cuts To Have Little Impact In Colorado

Proposed job cuts by wind-turbine maker Vestas are expected to have little immediate impact in Colorado, where the governor and economic development groups made it a showcase for the state’s “New Energy Economy” focusing on renewable energy products.


Street crews in Greeley brushed off packed snow from a stoplight during the winter storm on Wednesday morning. (credit: CBS)

Storm Knocks Out Power To Thousands Once Again In Greeley

The second winter storm in a week packed another punch to Northern Colorado. More than 4,600 people were without power Wednesday morning in Greeley, along with another 1,000 in the region.


A downed tree in Greeley (credit: CBS)

Power Outages Prompt Red Cross To Open Warming Shelters

Heavy snow and falling trees have caused widespread power outages affecting thousands of homes in Northern Colorado. The American Red Cross is helping keep those residents warm with warming shelters.