Weld County

6:00am

Mon June 9, 2014
Weather Nerding

Think Northern Colorado Has Been Wetter Than Normal Lately? You’re Right

Storm clouds roll in over 14th and York Street in Denver, Colo.
Stephanie Paige Ogburn KUNC

2:41pm

Wed June 4, 2014
Environment

Following Greeley Quake, Scientists Install Network To Look For More

Following the May 31, 2014 quake near Greeley, scientists from CU-Boulder are placing seismometers like this in Weld County to look for more earth movement.
Jim Hill KUNC

After a rare magnitude 3.4 earthquake northeast of Greeley, scientists hope to learn more about any possible future quakes in the area. They’ve quickly mobilized to set up a network of five instruments that monitor for earthquakes, all around the epicenter of the original one.

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11:42am

Wed June 4, 2014
Flooding

Floodwaters In Greeley Starting To Drop, Leaving Damage Behind

The Varra Gravel Pit in east Greeley, which was breached by the Poudre River Saturday, May 31, 2014.
Weld County Office of Emergency Management

High water continues to move through Greeley, although Greeley officials say current river levels have dropped slightly since Tuesday afternoon. Several roads in and around Greeley remain closed, and all voluntary evacuation notices remain in effect.

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12:45pm

Mon June 2, 2014
Flooding

As Water Rises, Greeley Officials Keep Close Eye On Poudre River

A view of Rover Run Dog Park on F Street in Greeley, June 2, 2014.
Grace Hood KUNC

Some Greeley residents got a surprise Sunday night as the Greeley Fire Department initiated reverse-911 phone calls giving notice of voluntary evacuations near the Poudre River.

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5:00am

Sat May 31, 2014
DUI Arrests

In Colorado, Many Cited For DUI Are Without Valid License

Candles and flowers form a makeshift memorial for Juan Carlos Dominguez-Palomino in Aurora, Colo., near the intersection where the 17--year-old was killed when an allegedly drunken driver collided with his vehicle in March 2014.
Whitney Wild 9News, KUSA-TV

One of every four motorists cited for drinking and driving in Colorado over the past two years was driving at the time without a valid license because it had been revoked, suspended or never issued.

And more than one-fifth had lost their driving privileges for a prior drunken driving conviction.

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