Fort Collins NewsBluFlux wins patent for antenna targeting smartphone dead zones
That's the theory behind the patent Louisville-based startup BluFlux announced on Tuesday for what it says is the world's first cellphone case that increases antenna signal while reducing the radiation users receive from everyday use of those phones. According to its founder and chief executive, Ben Wilmhoff, "The human head and hands block or absorb as much as 90 percent of the energy radiated by and transmitted to a cellphone" or contribute to a "detuning" effect of the phone's "overworked" antenna.Fort Collins planning board to study CSU stadium impacts
The Fort Collins city Planning and Zoning board on Friday will review a draft intergovernmental agreement between the city and Colorado State University regarding projected impacts of the school's planned on-campus football stadium. Total costs of "immediate" impacts range from $4.85 million to $8.35 million, said Karen Cumbo, the city's director of planning, development and transportation.Estes Park emergency services
Editor's note: the charge are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. 3:52 a.m. Mia Wiley, 22, of Estes Park, was cited for harassment after police were called to an address in the 500 block of Prospect Avenue.View Slideshow
Horse Buds Therapy Riding Center is located just outside of Greeley. The riding center is also looking for volunteers.RH Line calls printed March 3, 2015
"I just read the article about 'building with respect for prairie dogs.' It's too bad the developers didn't just put the word out.Larimer County Patrol Deputy Assaulted During Arrest
A Larimer County Sheriff's Office patrol deputy was assaulted during a traffic stop in Fort Collins, on the night of February 28, 2015. Around 11:20 p.m., the officer conducted a traffic stop for a vehicle driving with a defective headlight at West Elizabeth Street and City Park Avenue.Larimer County deputy assaulted during arrest
A Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputy was assaulted Saturday night while arresting a man on suspicion of intoxicated driving.Daily Record: Loveland police calls for Feb. 27-March 2, 2015
4:50 a.m. In the 50 block of Southwest 24th Place, a 46-year-old Loveland woman on suspicion of third-degree assault, domestic violence and on a misdemeanor warrant.What do financial advisers get asked about IRAs?
Taxes, investing and retirement represent a trifecta of thorny topics for many people, and IRAs combine all three subjects in one package. Naturally, there are many questions about IRAs.Many public hearings Tuesday night
The Fort Morgan City Council will hold many public hearings on a variety of issues before considering action on each at the regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. Those issues include possible final approval of an ordinance amending the Fort Morgan Municipal Code and several special use permit applications.Colorado oil, gas agency to vote on flood protection rules
The commission that regulates oil and gas drilling in Colorado is preparing to decide on new rules to limit spills during major floods like the one that hit the Front Range and eastern plains in 2013. The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is expected to vote Monday on proposals that include requiring that all new wells be equipped with technology allowing them to be shut down remotely.Madi and Todd Come Up With a New Slogan for Fort Collins [VIDEO]
I am making a video series called, " The Best of Fort Collins ". So, I figured the city should have a new slogan.2,800 volunteers fight famine by packaging 640,000 meals for people in Haiti
Members of the Fort Collins-based 4-H Club Happy Go Lucky took turns scooping a vitamin mix, dehydrated vegetables, soy and rice into plastic bags through a funnel on Sunday at The Ranch.From former strip club, pastor declares 'We're standing on holy ground'
The Genesis Project, a Jesus-centered ministry center near Fort Collins, Colo., opened its doors in a former strip club in February 2015. A former dancer and club owner have offered support for the growing church, which prefers to call itself a 'project.'District hopes to add 2 dual-language programs next year
Truscott Elementary School kindergartners Angel Ruiz Castillo, 6, left, Zane Wiik, 5, center, and Tuesday Beard, 6, right, work as a team to build a castle with geoblocks on Friday at the Loveland school.CSU submits plan for two-story admin office building
The Colorado State University Research Foundation has submitted plans to the city of Fort Collins to construct a two-story, 28,500-square-foot office building south of the CSU campus in Fort Collins. Rick Callan, senior real estate analyst for CSURF, said the plans were submitted to have them ready when CSU feels the need for more office space.No charitable IRA rollover, no problem. Consider the charitable alt-IRA
What if you could do something similar to a charitable IRA rollover now, with more clients qualifying, fewer downsides and numerous advantages? Part 1 of our series described the substantial benefits and limits of charitable IRA rollovers. Perhaps the biggest limit is the fact that the law permitting charitable IRA rollovers is frequently in limbo - it was in effect only two weeks in 2014 - forcing clients to wait, and possibly miss the opportunity.