Although a Jersey Girl at heart, Maxx has found a new home in Northern Colorado since joining New Country 99.1. Maxx first left her Jersey roots to attend the University of Alabama in 2016, where she fell in love with radio and began to pursue a career as an on-air host. She might be a new resident of NoCo but she is no stranger to the Rocky Mountain State; Since traveling here as a young girl, Maxx has always preferred the mountains over the beach, and scenic hikes over walks on the sand. If she’s not in the studio, it’s safe to assume that Maxx is either chasing down sunsets or binge watching the latest episodes of Real Housewives. Catch her soon on New Country 99.1.
Screws Blow Out Tires On 36 Vehicles On Colorado’s I-70
CSP says someone carrying a box of screws lost them along I-70 on Monday afternoon near Lookout Mountain - causing dozens of cars blew their tires.
Colorado Confirms New, Probable Cases Of New COVID-19 Strain
The CDC believes that the new variant strain could be more contagious than previous strains of the novel coronavirus, but does not lead to more severe symptoms.
Denver Ranked No. 8 Best City For An Active Lifestyle
WalletHub compared the 100 biggest U.S. cities by finding and using data ranging from the average monthly fitness-club fee and the number of basketball hoops to bike scores and the prevalence of COVID-19 in every given city.
Missing Fort Collins Woman’s Vehicle Found Near Hiking Trail
Christine Cummings was last known to be at her Fort Collins residence on Dec. 29 and was reported missing by a relative on Jan. 1.
TripAdvisor’s Top 20 Fort Collins Restaurants Of 2020
If you're a local, it's no secret that Fort Collins boasts a pretty impressive food scene. If you're new to the area, let me be the first to tell you that, yes, Fort Collins is a beer drinker's paradise - but it is so much more.
Cameron Peak Firefighter Spent 5 Weeks On Ventilator For COVID-19
Jason Phillips arrived in Colorado on August 10 and spent two weeks fighting the Cameron Peak fire before coming down with COVID-like symptoms at the end of his shift on August 25.
Gov. Polis Extends Pandemic Related Executive Orders
Gov. Jared Polis extended four pandemic related executive orders on Saturday, including an order that provides a one-time state payment to those who have collected unemployment benefits due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rocky Mountain National Park’s Lone Sledding Spot Now Open
The Hidden Valley sledding area at Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) has officially opened for the 2020-2021 season.
Colorado Officials In Talks To Add New Level To COVID-19 Dial
As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surge across Colorado, state officials have been in talks about adding a new level to the dial that rates Colorado's COVID-19 status.
‘Click It Or Ticket’ Enforcement Begins Monday
The Colorado Department of Transportation, the Colorado State Patrol and 29 local law enforcement agencies throughout the state will begin a two-week 'Click It or Ticket' seat belt enforcement period, beginning Monday (Nov. 16).