It's Been 10 Years Since The 'Balloon Boy' Saga In ColoradoOn Oct. 15, 2009, Richard Heene led police and media on a chase across Colorado's skies and wound up halting flights at Denver International Airport in the process.
'Looking At Everything': CSU President Joyce McConnell Reflects On First 100 DaysThis week marks 100 days since Colorado State University’s President Joyce McConnell took over. She has faced some unexpected hurdles and as a result, is making sure CSU continues to talk about cultural changes.
Fort Collins Among Other Cities Throwing Out Some Plastics Instead Of RecyclingThe City of Fort Collins is changing its recycling program. That means plastic containers like "clam-shell" takeout containers, party cups and black plastic trays in microwave meals will no longer be accepted at its recycling facilities.
Firefighters Use 'Fog Nail' To Extinguish House Fire In Fort CollinsCrews with Poudre Fire Authority battled cold and snow while trying to put out a house fire in Fort Collins.
Colorado State Rams Coach Mike Bobo Feeling The HeatThe beginning of the 2019 season has done nothing but intensify the heat around Mike Bobo’s job security.
Remembering Samantha Spady: Friends Raising Funds For Memorial Bench On CSU CampusFifteen years after 19-year-old Samantha “Sam” Spady died as a result of alcohol poisoning, Colorado State University is inching closer to creating a memorial in her honor.
Bull Elk Relocated From Fort Collins NeighborhoodFort Collins police spotted a bull elk roaming around the northwest part of the city on Saturday morning.
David Doft Identified As Drowning Victim In Dowdy LakeInvestigators have released the name of a man who died after he was pulled from a lake in northern Colorado.
'Not Just A Bird Problem': Bird Population Decline Connected To HumansBirds have been on the decline for nearly 50 years and a recent study published in Science, shows populations of almost all birds are rapidly dropping. 
Get Ready To See Scooters On Fort Collins StreetsFort Collins will be the next city in Colorado to welcome electric scooters, or e-scooters.
Colorado Researcher Warns Of Possible Spruce Beetle Population ExplosionA new report from Colorado State University says warmer temperatures could help the spruce beetle population explode and become more active.