Colorado Remembers Victims 39 Years After Big Thompson FloodOn July 31, 1976, one of the most catastrophic weather events in Colorado's history unfolded as a late afternoon thunderstorm developed near Estes Park.
Man Died After Fall Into Big Thompson RiverAuthorities have identified a man who fell into the Big Thompson River early Friday morning after falling and striking his head on the rocks.
'The First Thing Is To Listen': Valuable Lessons Learned From Colorado's FloodsIf state and local governments don't meet face to face with their citizens and become a sounding board for all their frustrations, they've missed a valuable opportunity. That's one major lesson learned from the flood: Listen to your residents.
Day Hikes To Check Out As Rocky Mountain National Park Turns 100No adjectives can do Rocky Mountain National Park justice. The jagged snow-draped peaks, rocky tundra, green valleys, and roaring waterfalls render exclamation points inadequate.
Big Thompson Flood Remembered 38 Years LaterThe Big Thompson flood struck 38 years ago, claiming the lives of more than 140 people.
Volunteers Pack Sandbags In Loveland In Advance Of FloodingVolunteers were out all day packing sandbags in Loveland on Friday hoping that all of the hard work will help save homes.
Flood Alerts Expand Into WeekendA combination of warm weather and more afternoon thunderstorms will keep snowpack melting and water levels on the rise.
Worst May Be Yet To Come As Snowmelt Pushes Colorado Rivers HigherWarm temperatures and the threat for more afternoon thunderstorms are in the forecast.
Crews Demolish Homes In Big Thompson CanyonCrews are starting to tear down some homes inside the Big Thompson Canyon nearly eight months after devastating flooding damaged hundreds of homes and killed two people.
Flood Threat Rises With Heavy Rain And SnowmeltHeavy rain combined with the spring snowmelt is a concern in those areas that flooded last fall and caused a lot of damage.
Last Fall's Historic Flooding Not As Epic As First ThoughtLast fall's historic flooding in Colorado may not be as epic as first thought. Researchers said the state has had river levels rise even higher than they did in September 2013.
Spring Melt Could Be Devastating As Flooding Has Changed LandscapeAll the snow this winter is good news for Colorado’s water supply, but the spring melt could be devastating for some already flood-ravaged communities.
Colorado No Stranger To Flooding, Extreme ConditionsLooking for a silver lining from last month’s historic and devastating floods that struck Colorado may be hard but scientists are using the disaster as a learning experience.
Testing Finds No Evidence Of Oil & Gas In Rivers That FloodedDespite several oil spills that were caused by flooding the state health department says its testing found no evidence of oil and gas pollution in rivers.
Water In Loveland Stinks, But Still Safe To DrinkIt may taste and smell strange but the water in Loveland is safe to drink.