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Don Smith, a mechanical engineer from Johnstown, created a remote-controlled, 10-foot-tall crane with the ability to lift as much as 20 pounds -- and it's made almost entirely from Lego pieces.
Colorado defense lawyers on Monday called for an independent investigation of the state toxicology lab, saying thousands of criminal cases could be affected by a report that suggests biased lab results.
2:45 p.m. At the Loveland Police Department, 810 E. 10th St., a 26-year-old Platteville man on a misdemeanor warrant.
Following a major spike in serious car crashes in 2012, the Loveland Police Department received more funding this year to increase enforcement during the annual "Click It or Ticket" campaign.
Loveland Water and Power is calling on all city water customers to do their part to help “Shave the Peak” this summer.
FORT COLLINS -- Emergency personnel removed a boy from Westfield Detention Pond Tuesday morning but were unable to revive him.
Budget cuts at the national park system could hurt rural communities dependent on tourism.
A new poll finds that 30 percent of the residents of Colorado and the western United States favor oil and gas drilling on public lands, while 65 percent support protecting wilderness, parks and open space for future generations.
Running sprints in full pads under the hot summer sun is downright brutal. But it might not be the worst thing high school football players are subjected to.
ESTES PARK — Fire crews reached 95 percent containment in their efforts to put out the Big Meadows fire on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park.
Two futures are under discussion for Larimer County's brick-and-mortar presence in Loveland, and neither takes into account the current county office and motor vehicle center at Sixth Street and Cleveland Avenue.
Music teacher Diane Penny asked her half-dozen summer school students what they need to remember about their bows. The music camp she teaches is one of several summer school programs and camps designed to help prevent summer slide, the concept of students forgetting what they learned, falling behind, losing skills or slipping out of practice during the summer months.
LOVELAND -- Shoppers in Loveland continue to spend significantly more this year than last, and last year they were spending more than the year before.
The Loveland Police Department's arrests for June 16-17, 2013.
A new study finds that 13.5 percent of Larimer County residents struggle with hunger issues. According to Feeding America's "Map the Meal Gap 2013" study, 40,080 people in the county, including 11,200 children, are food insecure, meaning they do not have the means to provide an adequate diet for themselves and their families.
The self-professed NSA leaker Edward Snowden answered questions over at The Guardian's website today.
As gathering smoke from the Black Forest fire grew into a massive column north of Colorado Springs on Tuesday afternoon after the fire exploded, El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa couldn't shake the feeling of déj
A fire burning in a relatively remote area of Rocky Mountain National Park about 5 miles north of Grand Lake was at 60 percent containment Sunday.
U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Mark Udall have urged a Senate panel to revisit Federal Railroad Administration safety regulations requiring trains to blare their horns when approaching and passing through crossings.
Summer baseball is a time of transition for most teams, as younger players start filling the roles of those who have recently graduated.