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Final Black Hollow Flood Victim Has Been Recovered, 4 Months Later
The Black Hollow Flood claimed four lives in the Poudre Canyon in July. The remains of the last victim were recovered exactly four months later on November 20.
PHOTOS: Labor Day 2020 in Fort Collins Was Actually Awful
Remember Labor Day last year? If not, check out these photos. They'll jog your memory.
One Year Ago: Cameron Peak Fire Starts, Becomes Colorado’s Largest Wildfire
It's been one year since Colorado's largest wildfire ignited west of Fort Collins on August 13, 2020.
Cars, Homes Are Now Washing Up in the Poudre Canyon
Following the fatal flash flood in the Poudre Canyon on Tuesday, cars and homes are among the debris washing up in the river.
Plan For Severe Weather Saturday, Poudre Fire Authority Says
Poudre Fire Authority says to plan ahead for storms starting Saturday afternoon.
How the Cameron Peak Fire Will Impact Fort Collins Water This Spring
However, while the fire was damaging to our community and our air quality, it also affected our water supply.
United Way of Larimer County Launches Recovery Group for Fire Survivors
The group helps survivors with rebuilding, emotional support, and more.
Some of Colorado’s Forests Still Closed Due to Cameron Peak Fire
Even months after the Cameron Peak Fire's full containment, some of Colorado's forests are still closed to the public. However, this week, some areas reopened.
Cameron Pass Areas Reopen for Recreation
The Cameron Peak Fire was announced as being fully contained on December 2, 2020, after burning nearly 209,000 acres.
More Areas Reopen in Rocky Mountain National Park After East Troublesome Fire
While the National Park Service continues to assess East Troublesome Fire damage, more of the park is now accessible, including Bierstadt Trail.
20 Photos That Sum Up Northern Colorado in 2020
2020 has been a year like no other, while the country experienced a pandemic, shutdowns, protests and a pretty wild election season.
A New Fire Has Started Near Cameron Peak
The Wren Fire broke out on a private property.