New Life Emerging: Group Helps Plant 1,200 Trees In Burn ScarVolunteers are helping the Colorado State Forest Service planting seedlings to help land from the 2012 High Fire recover from burn scars and protect nearby residents from future flooding.
Burn Scars Bring New Life To Forests Destroyed By FireSome 200,00 acres of Colorado forest have already burned this summer. The grim news has many of us who enjoy the backcountry wondering what those lands will look like in the future.
Search For Missing Man Brian Perri Continues Near Mount MeekerFewer people are out searching for a man who apparently got lost while hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Controversial Water Pipeline Proposal Tabled For Later MeetingLarimer County commissioners have yet to make a decision on a controversial, proposed water pipeline in Thornton.
Many Coloradans Cross State Lines To Stock Up On FireworksWhile popup fireworks stands continued to attract the business of many Coloradans, others made the trek north this weekend to Wyoming in search of something bigger.
Bride-To-Be Finds New Wedding Venue After Fire: 'Little Shocks Set In'A bride-to-be set to walk down the aisle at Marys Lake Lodge in July decided to visit a new venue Wednesday just days after a fire destroyed much of the historic business.
Trooper Applauded For 'Hard, Sad, Exciting, Difficult, Rewarding' DayThe Colorado State Patrol on Wednesday showed the emotional days troopers go through on a consistent basis.
Passenger Killed In Shuttle Van Crash Now IdentifiedThe Weld County Coroner's Office identified the man who died as Philip Kent Melcher. They say he served with the Compania de Maria community in Lima, Peru.