Meet Severance's First Police Chief Misty SiderfinThe Town of Severance now has its own police department. And it's much to the credit of Police Chief Misty Siderfin.
9-Year-Old Leads The Charge In Changing 'Illegal Snowballs' LawA 9-year-old boy in Severance was the lead in changing a law, which banned snowballs in the small town for the past decade.
Boy Tries To Get Rid Of Severance's Ban On SnowballsA boy is trying to get rid of his town's ban on snowballs and officials are wondering what took so long.
Safest Cities In Colorado Listed In Annual ReportThe annual SafeWise Safest Cities in Colorado report was released Monday.
Bank Robbing Babysitter Sentenced To Prison, RestitutionA Colorado babysitter who used two children she was watching to help her rob a bank — a heist allegedly planned to help her pay back money stolen from her employers- was sentenced Friday.
Baby Sitter Accused Of Robbing Bank To Pay Back Stolen MoneyInvestigators say the baby sitter accused of taking two children with her rob a bank was trying to get cash to pay back money she allegedly stole from two Greeley businesses where she worked.
Colorado Babysitter Allegedly Took Kids To Bank RobberyA Colorado woman is accused of taking two children she was babysitting to a bank robbery.
Public's Help Needed In Investigation Of Man's Shooting In SeveranceDeputies in Weld County would like the public's help in their investigation of a fatal shooting in the town of Severance.
Bill Urges Colorado School Debates On CreationismA Colorado Republican lawmaker wants schools and colleges to create a friendly environment to discuss what he considers controversial science issues, a move that critics say would lead to debates about creationism and evolution.
Deputies Search For Vandals In Severance Park DestructionInvestigators are searching for the vandalism suspects who defaced a skate park and restrooms with vulgar graffiti.
Police Search For Couple Who Stole Box Of Checks In Weld CountyThe Weld County Sheriff's Office wants to find two people accused of using stolen checks.
Colorado Governments Equipment Auction Nets $800KNorthern Colorado cities and towns sold $800,000 worth of government vehicles and equipment during a public auction.