Jacob Laxen is Townsquare Media’s Northern Colorado Digital Managing Editor. The Minnesota native moved to Northern Colorado in 2016 and plans to stay because the snow melts here. Laxen loves multi-course dining at Chimney Park, Cafe Vino and Simmer. He’s a beer geek who especially enjoys Odell, New Belgium and Funkwerks. While the former USA Today reporter has a face for radio, he works behind the scenes managing websites, social media and working on major projects.
Estimate: Cameron Peak Fire Won’t Be Fully Contained Until Halloween
Recent snowfall has prevented the Cameron Peak Fire from growing but there's still a long way to go in fighting the flames.
Cameron Peak Fire Now Colorado’s 4th Worst Fire Ever at 89,312 Acres
The flames grew about 30,000 acres from Monday (Sept. 7) morning to the evening. The latest official estimate puts the flames at 89,312 acres.
Cameron Peak Fire Now Burning At Nearly 60,000 Acres
The Cameron Peak Fire has officially doubled in size over the Labor Day weekend.
Daily Progression of the 2020 Cameron Peak Fire
Crews from 35 states have pitched in to fight the fire.
All of the Denver Broncos Top Additions This Offseason
The Broncos stayed plenty busy this offseason with free agents, trades and the draft.
Firefighters From These 35 States Are Fighting Cameron Peak Fire
As wildfires are burning throughout Colorado, firefighters from around the country have pitched in a helping hand.
Update: Weekend Rain Helps Stall Cameron Peak Fire
More than 700 firefighters continue to work on the flames, Official Cameron Peak Fire Media. Crews are working to secure and protect nearby structures.
VIDEO: Massive Elk Herd Invades Colorado Golf Course
Denver7 News reporter Sean Towle captured a massive herd of elk that had invaded the golf course located in the mountains southwest of Denver.
VIDEO: Bear Cub Spotted Near Loveland Neighborhood
The video uploaded by Jed Trotter to a Loveland Neighborhood Watch group shows the bear near 43rd Street and Wilson Ave.
What Driving Up The Big Thompson Canyon Looked Like in 1937
The State of Colorado decided to build U.S. 34 in 1931. Construction came in small sections over the next few years so traffic could still pass through the canyon.