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Eagles delay Longmont-area bridge construction

8:15 AM, Feb 28, 2014

LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) - Nesting bald eagles are delaying the start of rebuilding a bridge near Longmont that was washed out in the September floods.

Boulder to host meetings for runoff preparation

7:24 AM, Feb 27, 2014

BOULDER - The Boulder community is preparing for a new slew of runoff problems nearly six months after September's deadly floods.

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High School athletes help clean up flood debris

PHOTOS: 200 CU students 'Give-a-Day' to clean flooded neighborhoods

PHOTOS: Firefighters give back to flooded neighborhood

PHOTOS: SKY9 over Jamestown

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Weld County team to help flood recovery

7:34 AM, Dec 30, 2013

GREELEY, Colo. (AP) - Weld County agencies are teaming up to help communities recover from September floods.

Distillers sell 'flood rum' to help fire department

1:10 PM, Dec 29, 2013

LYONS - When Matt Rooney walked into Spirit Hound Distillers after the flood waters subsided, he found a mess and a story.

Floods prompting new legislative proposals

8:56 AM, Dec 26, 2013

DENVER (AP) - The destruction from September's Colorado floods is prompting proposals that state lawmakers say are aimed at removing bureaucratic obstacles to expedite rebuilding efforts.

Colo. flooding legislation begins to emerge

11:18 AM, Dec 25, 2013

DENVER (AP) - The destruction from September's Colorado floods is prompting proposals that state lawmakers say are aimed at removing bureaucratic obstacles to expedite rebuilding efforts.

Flood donations still needed at Loveland center

5:12 AM, Dec 20, 2013

DENVER - Friday marks 100 days since the rushing waters came down on Colorado. September's floods impacted 24 counties, more than 28,000 people and 2,000 square feet. While many have begun the rebuilding process, the recovery work isn't over. Donated items are still needed at the Flood Recovery Center in Loveland.

CDOT to remove flood debris in several counties

4:03 PM, Dec 15, 2013

LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) - The Colorado Department of Transportation is planning to remove flood debris in Boulder, Weld, Larimer and Jefferson Counties this week.

Flood Recovery Jobs program launched

10:14 AM, Dec 10, 2013

KUSA - Colorado's Department of Labor and Employment has received a $4.6 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to launch a Flood Recovery Jobs program.

Alamosa theater reopens after Thanksgiving flood

12:10 PM, Dec 6, 2013

ALAMOSA, Colo. (AP) - People in Alamosa can finally catch up on their holiday movie watching.

Colorado flood zone to receive $63 million from HUD

6:09 PM, Dec 5, 2013

LYONS, Colo. --Despite all of the help that has come to Colorado for victims of September's floods, there's more damage than money to repair it.

Flood recovery: Boulder Co. focuses on creeks

12:25 PM, Dec 3, 2013

BOULDER COUNTY - Boulder County will address the post-flood condition of the creeks in the first of seven meetings for the Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative Tuesday evening.

Lyons Elementary School reopens Monday

9:39 AM, Dec 2, 2013

LYONS - Lyons is taking another big step towards recovery from the September floods.

Monday marks last day to register for FEMA help

8:13 AM, Dec 2, 2013

LONGMONT - If you were affected by the September floods in Colorado, the last day to register for help from FEMA is Monday.

State alters 420 MM sign to thwart thieves

DENVER - Thieves have been stealing the 420 mile marker sign so often, CDOT has changed it to "419.99".

11:43 AM, Jan 11, 2014

Technology can impact brain development in good, bad ways

ARVADA - Kim Myers teaches kindergarten at Allendale Elementary in Arvada. She is proud to use iPads, laptops, and an electronic whiteboard to help her kids learn with the latest tool at a young age.

5:23 PM, May 20, 2013

Study: How attached are cats to their owners?

KUSA - Between Grumpy Cat and Animal Planet's series 'My Cat From Hell' there aren't many stories of loving, cuddly cats being shared. Cat owners will both defend and spin great tales about their cat's quirky, entitled and even cunning behavior.

7:28 PM, Dec 16, 2013

SWAT team brought in to evict homeowner

IDAHO SPRINGS - A two-county SWAT team was sent to a home in Idaho Springs to evict a 63-year-old woman.

7:06 AM, Nov 6, 2012

FACT SHEET: Marijuana and your health

KUSA - With recreational marijuana available on New Year's Day, here is some information from Denver Public Health, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, National Institute on Drug Abuse and the City of Denver about marijuana and your health.

12:58 PM, Dec 30, 2013

How non-rich people can go to college

USA TODAY - I can't count how many roundtable discussions I've heard asking whether college is still worth the cost. They are important debates; college can be expensive. But most leave out an important point: There is more than one way to go to college.

11:51 AM, Jan 12, 2014

Canceled July 4th fireworks shows

KUSA - Due to multiple wildfires and fire restrictions, several areas have canceled fireworks celebrations. Here is a running list:

9:36 AM, Jul 4, 2013

DaVita breaks ground on new headquarters

DENVER - A medical company specializing in kidney health is breaking ground on a new headquarters in Denver.

4:39 PM, Feb 23, 2011

Inmate laughs while describing fatal prison attack

ORDWAY - An inmate accused of stabbing one correctional officer to death and trying to kill another laughed in court.

11:01 PM, Dec 12, 2013

Chiropractic care for allergies and kids

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DENVER - One Denver mom says she has found the answer to helping her kids fight allergies and colds.

1:02 PM, May 20, 2010
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