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Car crashes into Fort Collins garage

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (KDVR) – A vehicle crashed into a garage in Fort Collins, police announced on Twitter Friday morning. Poudre Fire Authority assisted the Fort Collins police at 517 East Laurel Street. The driver was cited for reckless driving. No injuries have been reported.
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Colorado Coyote Pup Pays Ultimate Price Because, Humans

A woman awaits rabies testing, and a young coyote pup is dead because the community seemingly thought that they should take it in. The fact that the young pup was found with a dog collar on, along with a leash, when Colorado Parks & Wildlife showed up is enough to turn your stomach. I'm not saying that I'm a huge fan of coyotes, but this is not the way that one should find its end.
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It’s back to school time at JBS, Pilgrim’s

GREELEY, COLO. – JBS USA and Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. announced July 21 that 1,286 workers and dependents have enrolled in community colleges in the United States as a part of its Better Futures initiative. JBS introduced its Better Futures program in March in which the company provides free two-year college...
Boulder, COEstes Park Trail Gazette

Weekend Weather Report – Flash Flood Watch in effect until 9 pm

Widespread slow-moving thunderstorms are expected today with a. threat of flash flooding in the burn areas.South and East Jackson/Larimer/North and Northeast. Grand/Northwest Boulder Counties Above 9000 Feet-South and. Southeast Grand/West Central and Southwest Boulder/Gilpin/Clear. Creek/Summit/North and West Park Counties Above 9000 Feet-Larimer. and Boulder Counties Between 6000 and 9000 Feet-
Estes Park, COEstes Park Trail Gazette

Stormwater: Accentuating assets and mitigating liabilities

For the Town of Estes Park, water is both an asset and a liability. The clean, fresh, good-tasting and abundant water that the Town provides townspeople is an essential asset for all who live, work or visit here. Should the water go away, they and the town would also likely go away.
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Colorado Weather: Burn Scars Under Flash Flood Watch Ahead of Friday’s Monsoon Storms

DENVER (CBS4) – A steady stream of monsoon moisture will keep the threat for heavy rain in the forecast each afternoon through the weekend. The highest risk to see a flash flood will be around recent burn scars in the mountains, but any storm can cause problems, as we saw one afternoon a few weeks ago in downtown Greeley. A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect Friday afternoon and evening for just about all of Colorado’s higher elevations. Weak upper-level steering winds over Colorado will cause storms to move slowly. Some storms will have the potential to drop as much as an inch of rain in less than an hour. Extensive cloud cover will keep temperatures down just a few degrees in western and central parts of Colorado. With a little more sunshine along and east of Interstate 25 we’ll see highs on Friday climb well into the 90s. A few places could hit the triple digits. Speaking of the triple digits, they could return to places like Denver by the middle to late part of next week. Some long-range computer forecast models show a drying and warming trend for Colorado as we wrap up the month of July.
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Propane tanks and tents are now prohibited in Boulder Park

Earlier this week Boulder City Council passed an emergency measure meant to address tents and propane tanks primarily used by people experiencing homelessness who are living in encampments in and near the city. As of now the tents and propane tanks are now prohibited in public spaces and city parks due to a 6-3 vote. Councilmembers Adam Swetlik, Rachel Friend, and Mayor Pro Tem Junie Joseph were the dissenting vote.s.

Buffs Olympic Dreams Begin

BOULDER – At 7 a.m. on Friday, July 23, in Colorado, those up and awake watched the long awaited Opening Ceremonies of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo where six University of Colorado alums will be representing Team USA during the next two weeks. 364 days after the originally planned...
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Deadly Attack: Fort Collins Police Looking For Driver Of SUV Seen In Video

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) — Fort Collins police need help identifying a suspect in a recent homicide. Investigators believe the attack on the victim, 58-year-old Todd Stout, happened around 1 a.m. on July 5. (credit: Fort Collins Police) Video shows a light-colored compact SUV that pulled up to the bridge where Stout was temporarily living. The suspect got out of the car, and a short time later returned to the car and took off… going west on Harmony Road then turning south on Shields Street. If you have any information, call police.  
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Sex Offender Is Larimer County’s Most Wanted Fugitive

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in finding a 61-year-old Fort Collins man who has failed to register as a sex offender as required by law. That's according to a post on the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. According to the post, Barry Charles Wade is also known as Barry Charles Wright.