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.
Colorado Mountain Lion Kills Multiple House Pets
Lion interaction with humans has increased within recent years with more people moving into and using hiking/running trails in areas where mountain lions live.
By The Numbers: How The Broncos Stack Up Against The Steelers
The Denver Broncos face the Pittsburgh Steelers at 11 a.m. on Sunday.
How Did The Cameron Peak Fire Start?
The investigation is open but officials have previously theorized that the fire burning over 102,596 acres was human-caused.
15-Year-Old Girl Reported Missing From Greeley
Havannah Meads is listed as missing by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. She was last seen on Aug. 28.
Increased Cameron Peak Fire Containment Expected in Coming Days
Currently there are more than 1,000 firefighters deployed to the fire. They've been working on constructing a boundary on the western, northern, and eastern perimeters.
How The Cameron Peak Fire Burns Through Snow
The Rist Canyon Fire Department captured a photo of how hotspots are still fired up.
In-N-Out Burger Invading Colorado: All The Proposed Locations
Potential locations have been popping up ever since the regional fast food burger joint with a cult following announced its entry into the Centennial State.
By The Numbers: How The Broncos Stack Up Against The Titans
The Broncos host the Titans to kick off the 2020 season at 8:20 p.m. on Monday Night Football.
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.
Ashy Skies Return as Cameron Peak Fire Grows Close to 35,000 Acres
Smoke increased as dry, windy weekend conditions led to the fire growing by more than 10,000 acres since Friday.