Maddie Warren is a California native, but has lived in Fort Collins for the last five years while attending Colorado State. She worked in the communications department for CSU Athletics for three years while pursuing a degree in Journalism and Media Communication. She currently lives in Timnath, CO with her one year old goldendoodle, Luna.
Attempted Explosion Leads to 30-Year Sentence for 65-Year-Old Weld County Man
65-year-old Stephen Garcia will serve the next three decades behind bars for the 2019 incident.
Two People Remain Missing From the Devastation of Colorado’s Marshall Fire
One of the three initially reported people missing was found alive, as reported by the Boulder County Sheriff in a press conference on Sunday.
Disaster Assistance Center Opens Monday, Jan. 3 in Lafayette for Marshall Fire Relief
Boulder County and its community partners will open a disaster center starting today for residents affected by the Marshall Fire that sparked last week.
Poudre Fire Authority Rescues Fort Collins Dog Stranded On Icy Lake
Rescuers remind the public to always call for help and never attempt a rescue like this on their own.
Colorado Eagles’ Justus Annunen Named AHL Goaltender of the Month for November
Annunen notched a .937 save percentage for the month of November.
Three 16-Year-Old Males Arrested Following High School Shooting in Aurora Friday
All three are currently being held and face the charge of Attempted 1st Degree Murder.
Parking Lot Shooting at Hinkley High School in Aurora on Friday
Police are coordinating with schools and parents to work on a phased dismissal later this afternoon.
Colorado State Patrol Made A “Blue’s Clues” Parody Video, and It’s Kind of Amazing
The wholesome content we all needed while simultaneously reminding us to be safe on Halloween. Perfection.
Denver Colorado Zoo Lights Up the Holidays With Sparkling New Installations
With approximately 2 million LED lights, the Denver Zoo Lights are a must-see every holiday season.
Trail Ridge Road in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park Officially Closed
Higher elevations in the state have already seen some snowfall, and colder weather is expected to hit Denver and the Front Range this coming weekend.