Friday, March 22nd, 2019

 

Colorado State Patrol seeking assistance locating hit and run vehicle

ADAMS COUNTY – Investigators with the Colorado State Patrol are asking the public for anyone who may be a witness or have information related to an injury hit and run crash on March 22, 2019.   At approximately 8:35 P.M near 7540 Pecos, a 43 year old man was struck while crossing the roadway.  The only information investigators have is the male party was hit by a red 4 door sedan.  The male pedestrian was transported to the hospital with serious bodily injuries. The vehicle was last seen northbound on Pecos atRead More


First ‘Experience Tourism Naturally’ event at CSU March 27

Colorado State University will host the first Experience Tourism Naturally event on March 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be held on the west lawn of the Lory Student Center. It is free and open to the public. This student-centric event seeks to connect people who have a passion for outdoor recreation and the tourism industry. Organizers also said the event will celebrate nature-based recreation at CSU and across the state. A complete list of sponsors, event information, and activities can be found online. Free snacks, activities,Read More


House Finance Committee Approves Bird-Titone Bill to Boost Affordable Housing

(Mar. 21) – The House Finance committee approved Rep. Shannon Bird and Rep. Brianna Titone’s bill today to boost the supply of affordable housing in the state by expanding the Affordable Housing Tax Credit, which helps leverage private funding for affordable housing projects across the state. “We’ve seen that this is a proven and effective method to helping people access affordable housing and grow the middle class,” said Rep. Bird, D-Westminster. “There is so much extra demand for these grants across the state, so we definitely see a need toRead More