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12:28 p.m. In the 900 block of East Seventh Street, a 50-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of harassment and domestic violence.
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Two motorcyclists injured in a crash south of downtown Loveland last week were listed in good condition Tuesday at Medical Center of the Rockies.
Garfield Elementary School music teacher and crossing guard Mark Kubichek helps students and their siblings cross Colorado Avenue at Eighth Street after school on Friday.
Nine-year-old Drew Ayres, left, and Cat Miles, 15, carry a piece of tin siding across the Big Thompson River during the annual waterway cleanup Saturday at Centennial Park.
Rhode Island's Bryant University is asking students to resist the urge to take selfies with its president while receiving their diplomas.
Northern Colorado Honor Flight is locked and loaded for Sunday May 4. The trip to Washington D.C. is all about Purple Hearts and the Veterans that earned them.
The Coloradoan reports Xcel Energy is replacing a natural gas pipeline running through Fort Collins, a project that's expected to run into September.
Susan Baptista of Loveland poses April 11 holding a wooden Easter egg she found during a river cleanup in early April.
Aims Community College Communication Media Producer Dev Multer offers a quick introduction to Adobe After Effects as part of Community College Day on April 11. Professor of Art and Design Sonya Paukune teaches Explorations in Raku Glazing.
He was born Jan. 6, 1945 in Norfolk, Neb. to Roscoe and Carmel Smith. He graduated from Sacred Heart School, Norfolk Jr College and served in the US Army.
She passed away peacefully in Pathways Hospice surrounded by her family. She is survived by daughter Gudrun MacMillan of Jackson, Mich., son Erik Rule of Bright, Ontario Canada, daughter Dr. Ingrid Rule of Loveland, two grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
You might never clap eyes on artist Michael J. Ryan - since he spends only about 20 minutes installing his pieces - but you could start to see more black-and-white artistic portraits popping up on walls of buildings around Loveland.
The biggest day on the church calendar - celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
New Freedom Outreach Center will have an Easter Sunrise service at 6 a.m. Sunday at 175 S. Madison Ave., Loveland.
"Reading your front page paper, 'German brewers pay a visit to Verboten Brewing.'
Shatterproof, of Fort Collins, commands a stage during the 2013 FoCoMX. The alt-rock band returns for this year's festival.