Jordan Soto is a world traveler who has lived in 9 states and been to 6 countries and counting! She attended the University of West Florida. After falling in love with the beach all over again, she decided to stay and after 7 years it was time to trade those white sandy beaches for the white snowy mountains. Jordan is usually in her own little world taking on one adventure at a time and she loves taking you on the ride with her. Dabbling in modeling, voice acting, and commercial acting she wants you to see behind the scenes... I mean she records just about everything she experiences! Firmly believing that if it ain’t a blessin’, it’s a lesson! She’s a social media enthusiast. To put it simply, she’s a thrill seeker who lives for the moment believing that something good is always around the corner and the sun will always shine again.
CSU Student is 4th Youngest Ever Colorado Amateur Golf Champion
Colorado Golf Association’s Amateur Championship received a new champion and he was among the youngest winners ever.
Bear Accidentally Locked Itself In Car, Destroys Interior [PICTURES]
Colorado Parks and Wildlife: “Don’t leave food, trash, coolers, air fresheners or anything that smells in your vehicle.
Colorado Man Arrested After Police Saved Dog From 123-degree Car
The dog suffered from neurological issues after being in a car peaking at 123-degrees.
Thousands of Tarantulas Invading Colorado Now Through October
That's right, thousands of hairy tarantulas are headed to Colorado.
CSU Rams Football Season Full Game Schedule
Football season is back and we can't be more excited.
Colorado Police Investigate Road Rage Fight Connected to Interstate Shooting
Authorities are investigating the connection between the road rage shooting and shootings of several cars on Interstate 25 and U.S. 36 Sunday evening after 7 p.m.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Hunter Outreach Program Extends To Teens
This program allows teens to learn how to hunt correctly and avoid irresponsible behavior.
Items Stolen from Dog The Bounty Hunter’s Colorado Store
Clothing, merchandise, the late Beth Chapman's personal bounty hunting gear and other items were stolen from Dog the Bounty Hunter's Shop in Edgewater.
43 Years Ago Today: Colorado’s Deadliest Disaster in Big Thompson Canyon
Big Thompson Canyon flash flood in 1976 was the state’s deadliest disaster. 143 people died and it caused $35.5 million in damages.