The completion of the final 1.7-mile section of the Fossil Creek Trail connects the east and west sides of Fort Collins to 36 miles of paved trails.
Prairie dog relocation doesn't guarantee survival, but conservationists are willing to take the chance
With the move, the animals were spared certain death at a construction sites to face uncertain fates – including death – on a prairie ecosystem.
As was true at the time and remains true to this day in small communities that still have schools, the entire community was involved in it.
A man fired shots from a moving vehicle at another vehicle, but no injuries were reported
The crash closed the intersection of Trilby Road and College Avenue for more than an hour on Saturday
Nova Motz was sentenced on Friday as an adult for his role in the shooting death of Cross Goodwin.
Restaurant inspections are changing after a year in which outbreaks plagued two Northern Colorado restaurants.
Temple Or Hadash observes sixth night of Hanukkah
Bridger Fry made training kits for rural hospitals to train people in emergency situations.
Fort Collins Troop 90 Eagle Scout candidate Bridger Fry makes training tools for underfunded rural Colorado hospitals for his Eagle Scout project.
Fort Collins police have arrested the Salvation Army bell ringer accused of stealing his red kettle.
Watts was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for killing his pregnant wife, daughters. Friday, his mother confirmed to 9NEWS he was moved to Wisconsin.
A juvenile female student has been arrested on suspicion of false reporting of an explosive device, a Class 6 felony, and interference with an educational institute, a Class 1 misdemeanor.
The public tends to take public health for granted. But it’s the reason residents can have confidence in the safety of what they eat and drink.
Our state animal is most visible in November and December during the breeding season. It can be seen in the Poudre and Big Thompson canyons.
Struckmeyer is being held on a $20,000 bond
Police have received more than 30 reports of vehicle break-ins at parks and natural areas since September.
An EPA report released last week analyzed the 2015 spill at the inactive Gold King Mine in southwestern Colorado, which an EPA-led contractor inadvertently triggered.
For the last 20 years, the club operated out of a renovated park shelter.
Platte River Power Authority committed to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030 — as long as technology and infrastructure advance quickly enough.
Police used drones to search the roofs of nearby businesses after they say a male suspect robbed a Chase Bank and fled on foot.
Police say a male suspect robbed the Chase Bank near Mulberry and Lemay just after 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Dr. Adrienne LeBailly reflects on public health as she leaves Larimer County after 31 years as public health director.
Sen. John Kefalas, D-Fort Collins, is resigning from the state Senate before
The University of Colorado has finalized a deal with Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker to become the new head football coach of the Buffaloes.
City officials are working on a plan to review the convictions deemed eligible, an estimated 10,000 convictions between 2001 and 2013.
Where to find the Colorado state animal in Northern Colorado.
The move represents another step toward full gigabit internet provided by the city available for retail purchase.
After Range View Elementary third grader Dane Best presented to the Severance Town Board Monday, they voted to legalize snowball fights in the town.
Dane Best, 9, gave a presentation to the Severance Town Board advocating for the legalization of snowball fights, and the board unanimously approved the law change.