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.
Denver Colorado Ranks Fifth in US as Best for People with Disabilities
Out of 182 cities measured, Denver easily broke the top ten.
120-Year Sentence for Colorado Man Who Sexually Assaulted Two Minors
The two young girls were just seven and nine when the abuse began.
Boulder Colorado Police Rescue Toddler With Head Stuck in a Railing
Quick and innovative thinking made all the difference when police responded to the call.
58-Year-Old Paraglider Crashes From Strong Winds by Lake in Colorado
Emergency crews tended to the injured paraglider and transported him to a local hospital.
Colorado College Student Arrested w/ Tactical Weapons + 1,000 Rounds of Ammo
Pueblo County deputies were alerted after Robert Killis reportedly made threatening and concerning statements.
How CDOT is Helping Mitigate and Educate About Kids’ Risk in Car Crashes
Car crashes remain a major leading cause of death for kids, and the mistakes made for passenger safety and security are incredibly preventable.
Federal Funding Secured to Aid Small Businesses Affected by Glenwood Canyon Mudslides
In addition to filing the Glenwood Canyon mudslides as a state of emergency, Governor Polis also looked to secure funding for small businesses in the area affected by the loss of traffic through the Canyon.
TikTok Trend Has Colorado Students Vandalizing Bathrooms + Stealing Stalls
The trend has been sweeping the U.S. and has officially made it to Northern Colorado schools.
Colorado Attorney General Says Investigation Found Aurora PD ‘Racially Biased’
After a 14-month external investigation, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser presented scathing findings into the operations, patterns, and practices of Aurora PD and Aurora Fire.
Where Colorado Ranks Compared to Rest of U.S. in Vaccination Numbers
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccinations have been a hot and touchy topic, especially in some states more than others.