Maddie Warren is a California native, but has lived in Fort Collins for the last five years while attending Colorado State. She worked in the communications department for CSU Athletics for three years while pursuing a degree in Journalism and Media Communication. She currently lives in Timnath, CO with her one year old goldendoodle, Luna.
School Bus Crashes With Passenger Vehicle on HWY 60 Thursday Morning
Several emergency crews responded to the scene and were able to rescue and evaluate all victims of the crash.
Old Fall River Road in RMNP is Officially Closed for the Season
Trail Ridge Road is still open, so get your visit in now before the winter weather really hits!
Authorities Respond to Oil and Gas Fire Near Loveland Sunday Morning
No workers were reported at the facility at the time of the fire, and no injuries were reported after the fire was extinguished.
37-Year-Old Greeley Murder Cold Case Going to Trial Oct. 6
The disappearance of Jonelle Matthews gained national and presidential attention back in 1984. The man suspected to be responsible is finally facing trial.
120-Year Sentence for Weld County Man Who Sexually Assaulted Two Minors
The two young girls were just seven and nine when the abuse began.
Why A TikTok Trend Has Students Vandalizing Bathrooms and Stealing Stalls
The trend has been sweeping the U.S. and has officially made it to Northern Colorado schools.
Colorado State Patrol Officer Charged With Count of Felony Menacing
This is the second CSP member this year to be accused of menacing with their weapon.
President Joe Biden Coming to Colorado for ‘Build Back Better’ Agenda
It is unknown what day he will be stopping in Denver and what exactly will be addressed in his visit.
19-Year-Old Shot by Loveland Police Officer in August Dies
The shooting took place on Aug. 16 and the officer involved was immediately placed on administrative leave.
Aurora Police Chief, City Manager Release Statements Following 32 Count Indictment
Aurora Police Chief, City Manager, and Fire Rescue Chief have released official public statements following today's 32 count indictment of officers and firefighters involved in the 2019 death of Elijah McClain.