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Fort Collins Monitoring Water Supply as Fires Close In
The City of Fort Collins is worried about our water supply.
VIDEO: Massive Fires in the Distance as Family Rushes to Evacuate Granby
On Facebook, Saul Miranda shared the below video of his car driving towards the mountains in Granby, the flames billowing, an apocalyptical sight in the distance.
Cameron Peak Fire Grows Past 170,000 Acres
Two fires are causing major air quality concerns for Northern Colorado and for some, evacuations.
Cameron Peak Fire in Danger of Merging With Mullen Fire
Officials monitoring the Cameron Peak Fire gave an update via Facebook Live on September 30 about the growth of the wildfire in Northern Colorado.
Colorado Ski Resorts Struggling to Hire Employees
Ski season is nearly here, but your favorite Colorado ski resorts are facing an unprecedented challenge: they may not have the staff they need for 2020.
Thousands Of Birds Are Mysteriously Dying In Colorado
Scientists say they can't point to one specific reason why birds in Colorado are literally falling out of the sky.
Fort Collins Kidnapping Suspect Arrested in Loveland
Fort Collins Police Services has made an arrest in an attempted Fort Collins kidnapping case as of this morning, August 22, 2020.
UPDATE: Cameron Peak Fire Reaches 17,246 Acres, 0% Containment
The Cameron Peak Fire continues to rage in the Roosevelt National Forest, with still no containment.
Denver Experiences Record High Temps Tuesday
On August 18, Denver set a new record high for heat.
Larimer County Reports First Positive West Nile Virus Mosquitoes
Here's another incentive to pile on the bug spray this summer: a pool of West Nile Virus-positive mosquitoes has been found in Larimer County.