Emily Mashak is the content coordinator for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. You’ll hear her voice commercials, news updates, on our public affairs show Tuned in NOCO, X-Posed music updates on 94.3 The X and her own Saturday show on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Minnesota, but has lived in Colorado since 2008. Mashak writes on a variety of topics from local crime to weekly recaps of The Bachelor. Some of her favorite local places include Odell Brewing, Road 34 and Rocky Mountain National Park. Tuned in to NoCo airs every weekend on each station. You can listen to Saturday’s with Emily from 3-7 p.m. every week on 99.9 The Point.
City of Fort Collins Settles Woman’s Police Brutality Lawsuit for $125,000
The woman alleged that a Fort Collins Police Officer used excessive force against her in 2017.
The Temple Grandin Equine Center is Coming to Colorado State University
The center is expected to be completed by January of 2021.
Loveland Service Officer Seen Texting While Driving
The Loveland Police Department says that they are addressing the situation.
Portion of Horsetooth Road and Lemay Avenue Will Be Closed This Weekend
The City of Fort Collins is encouraging people to find alternate routes.
Coronavirus Update: Four Coloradans Tested Negative, Four Are Pending
Four more Coloradans are awaiting testing.
Fort Collins Police Investigating Serious Injury Collision on Drake Road
The crash sent a 23-year-old woman to the hospital with serious injuries.
Aurora Officer Found Drunk in His Patrol Car Will Not Be Charged
Officer Nate Meier will not be charged due to a lack of evidence.
“The Bachelor” Week 5 Pt. 2 Recap: Tammy Is Absolutely Insane
You might need a glass of wine just for this recap.
Northern Colorado Doctors are Dancing for a Great Cause Next Weekend
Dancing with the Docs takes place at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 16th.
Another Fort Collins Massage Parlor Busted for Prostitution
Fort Collins Chinese Foot Massage has been busted for prostitution.
These are the 15 Unsolved, Open Cold Cases in Larimer County
Police still need the public's help in solves these cases.
Feb. 11th is 211 Day: Learn About Colorado’s Non-Emergency Help Line
211 Colorado connects you to the non-emergency health and human services you need.