LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) — A weekend fire at a Christian pregnancy center in north-central Colorado is being investigated as a possible arson, police in Longmont said.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A man who was charged in the death of a woman who went missing in northern Colorado in 2018 pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder and first-degree kidnapping.
Juan Figueroa Jr., 33, entered his plea in the death of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia and was sentenced to 48 years in prison, the Boulder Daily Camera reported.
DENVER (AP) — Recently found human remains were confirmed this week to be those of a woman who disappeared after going out with friends and cousins four years ago, authorities said.
A preliminary DNA analysis confirmed that remains found near Longmont last month were that of Rita Gutierrez-Garcia, said the office of 20th Judicial District Attorney Michael Dougherty and Longmont's Department of Public Safety in a joint news release Thursday.
LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) _ S&W Seed Co. (SANW) on Monday reported a loss of $7.3 million in its fiscal third quarter.
The Longmont, Colorado-based company said it had a loss of 19 cents per share.
ESTES PARK, Colo. (AP) — A wildfire fanned by gusty winds southeast of Estes Park forced mandatory evacuations in a forested region of Larimer County Tuesday, sending plumes of smoke eastward toward the eastern plains.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado man was arrested after investigators say he set his mother's house on fire while trying to get rid of cobwebs with a blowtorch.
The Boulder Daily Camera reports the 39-year-old man was taken into custody after Monday's fire near Longmont.
DENVER (AP) — Police have arrested an ex-girlfriend of a postal worker who was shot and killed while delivering mail in northern Colorado.
The 26-year-old suspect, Devan Schreiner, of Fort Collins, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of first-degree murder for the death of Jason Schaefer, 33, and is being held at the Boulder County Jail.
LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) — Police are looking for a suspect in the fatal shooting of a postal worker in northern Colorado.
The Times-Call reports the worker, whose name has not been released, was shot in front of a group of neighborhood mailboxes in southwest Longmont on Wednesday afternoon.
LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) — Authorities say a man died in a trench collapse while he was replacing a sewer line at a home in northern Colorado.
Longmont police Sgt. Sara Flunker says officers were called to the home Tuesday afternoon, and it took about two hours to reach the man and remove him from the 9-foot-deep (2.7-meter-deep) hole.
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — When a man who fled to Mexico after being suspected in the disappearance of a Colorado woman in 2018 returned to the United States, he seemed almost relieved to learn that he was wanted for a sexual assault and would likely be extradited to Colorado, according to a grand jury indictment announced Friday.
LONGMONT, Colo. (AP) — Amtrak has said it is willing to participate in a partnership to provide and operate passenger railroad service along the Front Range between Pueblo, Colorado, and Cheyenne, Wyoming, as it works to expand operations...
DENVER (AP) — The Regional Transportation District has decided to restart planning of its delayed commuter rail line between Denver, Boulder and Longmont...
DENVER (AP) — The petroleum industry's defenders and critics are testing the limits of a new Colorado law that flips the state's priorities from producing energy to protecting the public...
DENVER (AP) — Colorado police say a driver tried to replace a broken tail light with a red sports drink...
Editor's note: The headline on an earlier version of this story mischaracterized the Longmont Museum's involvement in hosting an Earth Day celebration Saturday. The museum was the rented venue for the event hosted by Sustainable Resilient Longmont.
A Longmont woman reported her vehicle was stolen Sunday from the 1200 block of Third Avenue. The vehicle was recovered after it had been abandoned, and the case is closed.
Longmont police responded to a hit-and-run crash in the 300 block of Main Street on Sunday.
No charges will be filed against a man who fatally stabbed another man during a dispute at a Longmont home in September.
Longmont police announced on Friday that they have concluded an investigation and review by the Boulder County District Attorney's Office and determined that a 29-year-old man was defending a 54-year-old woman when he fatally stabbed 56-year-old Andrew Gallegos on Sept.
Aranely Dominguez, now a Niwot High School senior, remembers being introduced to Louie Lopez with Longmont's Gang Response and Intervention Program, or GRIP, as a fifth-grader at Indian Peaks Elementary.
Longmont is poised to postpone the point at which it collects some of the development impact fees it charges builders for new residential construction projects.
Currently, those impact fees have to be paid when the city issues a building permit for construction of the residence.
A Longmont resident reported that a 36-inch strand of pink pearls was stolen from his safe on Ninth Avenue on Tuesday.
A Ford Focus that was left running was reported stolen from the 1900 block of Meadow Drive in Longmont on Tuesday.
Longmont City Council will not consider changes at tonight's meeting to the fees the city charges people seeking copies of local criminal justice records.
The Public Safety Department has pulled the item from tonight's council agenda after discovering that the resolution containing the proposed changes did not include all the revisions staff will be asking the council to adopt, according to Stacy Hughes, the department's records supervisor.
An at-risk adult who was last seen at a Longmont hospital has been reported missing.
Glenn Richard Farwell, 72, was last seen at 10:21 p.m. Sunday driving away from UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital at 1750 East Ken Pratt Blvd.,, according to a news release from Longmont Master Police Officer Mark Cooper.
Maybe it's the smell of the oil or the sound of the keyboard that reminds people of lost loved ones. Perhaps it's the nostalgia for a simpler time or the mystery of its history. Either way, there is an undeniable draw about typewriters that continues to attract people some 30 yearsafter they were made obsolete by computers.
The city has invited residents to join city staff and several organizations for a March 6 “Linking Longmont” discussion of “efforts to enhance safe walking, riding and rolling.”
An Altona Middle School teacher was arrested late Thursday morning after Longmont police say she hit a vehicle and then left the scene.
Jessica Brady, 32, faces charges of hit and run, careless driving and driving under the influence.
Longmont officers were patrolling Friday in the 2200 block of Main Street when they came into contact with a man illegally camped in the area. Upon further investigation, it was learned he had multiple active warrants for his arrest.
Longmont police responded to a business in the 300 block of South Hover Street on Thursday for a man who had overdosed. He was given Narcan and began breathing again.
A motor vehicle theft was reported on Thursday in the 5600 block of Blue Mountain Circle.
Longmont cyclists joined commuters across the state who biked to work on Friday morning.
Winter Bike To Work Day capped Boulder County's Winter Walk and Bike Week, in which residents were encouraged to use alternative transportation to get to work.
A Windsor woman arrested in May for stealing a car from Longmont and then burglarizing a garage in Erie pleaded guilty on Friday to one charge and was sentenced to time served.
Makayla Weber, 19, pleaded guilty to aggravated second-degree motor vehicle theft and was sentenced to 36 days in Boulder County Jail.
Boulder County commissioners on Tuesday approved the purchase of a 30-acre, $1.4 million parcel on the outskirts of Longmont. The land will be used as a new forestry yard for Boulder County Parks &Open Space, allowing it to safely store logs used for creating the biomass needed to heat the Boulder County Jail and combined Transportation and Parks & Open Space facility.
Longmont's Waste Diversion Center is offering free shredding services to residents this weekend.
Residents who bring an ID and a copy of their most recent city utility bill can bring boxed or bagged papers to the Waste Diversion Center at 140 Martin St.
The 35-plot community garden on 11th Avenue in Longmont has a waitlist each year and, with only four raised beds, it's nearly impossible to gain access to one.
"We currently have four raised garden beds, but they have been consistently spoken for since the garden opened in 2009," said Megan Reehl, the operations manager for Growing Gardens, the local nonprofit responsible for the community garden on 11th Avenue.
As ownership of Colorado-Big Thompson water units shifts from agricultural interests to municipal control, farmers in the Longmont and Boulder areas are becoming dependent on the cities' water rental programs.
Longmont police found a number of stolen items while responding to a disturbance Thursday in the 2400 block of 17th Avenue. A man was cited for theft.
Police took a report of criminal trespassing and theft on Thursday in the 1000 block of Hover Street.
Sen. Mike Foote is hosting a town hall Monday to allow constituents to hear updates from and ask questions about the first month of the current session of the state Legislature.
Longmont police have issued a warrant for a man suspected of stabbing his wife shortly before midnight on Monday.
A 57-year-old woman called police from a neighbor's home after her husband allegedly stabbed her in her upper body at their home in the 1800 block of Mount Sneffels Street, according to Longmont police Cmdr.
Construction Begins on Longmont Facility Project to Convert Sewage Treatment Gas to Trash Truck Fuel
Construction has begun on a Longmont biogas treatment and renewable natural gas fueling station, city officials and the project's contractor announced Tuesday.
Once completed, the facility will convert gas from Longmont's sewage treatment process into fuel for city trash trucks.
Longmont police took a report of a burglary that took place Friday in the 1900 block of Griffith Place. Police dispatch advised that a family member arrived at the residence and found things to be missing and a window broken out.
Longmont police are looking for a suspect who they say attempted to rob RTD bus drivers while displaying a handgun.
The suspect showed a handgun to two bus drivers on Dec. 22 at the bus stop at Eighth Avenue and Coffman Street, according to a Facebook post on the police department's page .
A homeless man accused of stabbing a homeless woman in a Longmont park in June pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a dangerous weapon at his arraignment Friday in Boulder County District Court.
Dear Johnnie St. Vrain: On Nov 12, 2018 your column was printed above a "From the Archives" series picture of Cheaper Charley's with numerous political ads on the building. I understand Cheaper Charley's has a rich and colorful Longmont history.
On Thursday , Longmont police responded to the 500 block of 3rd Avenue on a fraud. An unknown woman attempted to pass a counterfeit bill. She was refused service and left, prior to officers' arrival.
A Longmont woman who stabbed another woman with a broken glass drug pipe and threw a lit cigarette at a responding police officer was sentenced Thursday morning to probation and jail-work release.
Karrine Willis, 26, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and violating a protection order at a preliminary hearing in Boulder County District Court.
Longmont may ask voters next November to make permanent the collections of the city's 0.75 percent street fund sales tax.
Voters may also be asked to change a provision in Longmont's municipal charter that now puts a 20-year limit on rentals of city-owned properties.
Longmont officials, through a new initiative, envision fostering redevelopment and new uses of much of the real estate along Main Street's entirety, and some residents would like those efforts focused on properties with automotive businesses.
Longmont police are searching for a suspect in an armed robbery Wednesday afternoon at a restaurant in the 1900 block of Ionosphere Street in the Prospect neighborhood.
At around 3:45 p.m., a man came into the store and ordered food, according to Longmont police Cmdr.