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Thompson Valley High School graduate Mattea Wabeke remembers what it's like being in middle school and how it feels to be bullied.
Having survived that phase of her life, she decided to start a free program for middle school girls that teaches what she says she wishes she knew at that age.
Notable police calls Friday and Saturday
Two news events this week show Colorado continues to work to sort out the role marijuana plays in the lives of state residents.
The intensity in and around the diamond began to swelter hotter than the high-noon sun beating down on the game.
Scientists are putting tracking devices on a new species — people — as they try to learn more about how their movements affect ecosystems in national parks.
Loveland police calls Thursday and Friday and Larimer County's Most Wanted.
FORT COLLINS - Police officers are investigating a series of stolen cars throughout the city; the vast majority of these vehicles were parked, unlocked and had the keys somewhere inside the car.
Usually, the Laramie River Valley Rendezvous Camp in early July has to turn youth away from the free, six-day camp, but this year, as of last week 10 more youth were still needed to sign up.
If you goWhat: 55 and Better Senior Expo.
When: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, June 24.
Where: Chilson Senior Center, 700 E.
A group of Coloradans is gathering signatures for a ballot initiative that would ask voters in November 2016 to approve a new state-wide health care system.
If you're one of the lucky ones, Sunday you will have a chance to sit down with your dad and let him know how special he is.
There was no funny story or long-lost connection that led to Mike Aragon's new job.
It started much like anybody finds an open position these days — with a listing online.
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office most wanted suspect this week is Kenneth Wayne Crawford
Fast pumping of oil and gas industry waste fluids deep underground — at rates exceeding 300,000 barrels a month — is linked to the national surge in earthquakes, according to a study unveiled Thursday.
Gardens hold many wonders for those who spend time within them. For some, the important thing is to know what has gone into, or rather what has not gone into, the vegetables and fruits that are raised in one's own backyard.
FORT COLLINS — If the sight of someone carrying two 12-packs while simultaneously holding a pint of beer has gone unseen in Northern Colorado, that will all change on Saturday in Fort Collins.
The Thompson school board voted to spend $705,000 to buy 8.6 acres of land adjacent to Berthoud High School.
BERTHOUD — The town will receive $40,000 from Great Outdoors Colorado to help update the its plan for parks, trails, open space and recreation.
That summer was magical.
My love affair with Loveland began on a hot summer afternoon in 1964 when Bill and I and our young daughters arrived in our 1962 Chevy station wagon at the Kings Court Motel on Lincoln Avenue.
Sunday, the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Loveland will conduct a Celebration of Shared Ministry.