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Katie Langford

Katie Langford

Katie is a lifelong Coloradan and has covered education, city government and more throughout her journalism career for news agencies in Boulder, Grand Junction and Montrose.
Katie graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2014 and is a board member for the Society of Professional Journalists Colorado Pro Chapter.
When she's not digging for the latest news scoops, you can find Katie on outdoor adventures with her dog, Cooper, trying new recipes in the kitchen, curled up with a book or planning her next trip.
Katie is excited to deliver the news that matters most to our community.

Email
katie@broomfieldleader.com

Recent Work by Katie

Broomfield police investigating report of shots fired Sunday

Broomfield police investigating report of shots fired Sunday

The Broomfield Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred in the 1000 block of 10th Avenue early Sunday morning.
Broomfield police report, Sept. 23, 2022

Broomfield police report, Sept. 23, 2022

One person was arrested Tuesday in the 8000 block of Arista Place after assaulting someone with a skateboard. 
Broomfield nonprofits join forces

Broomfield nonprofits join forces

A coalition of local nonprofits has joined forces to support each other and raise community awareness of how each organization makes Broomfield a better place to live. 
Broomfield police report, Sept. 22, 2022

Broomfield police report, Sept. 22, 2022

Officers responded to the 7200 block of 119th Place on Sunday after an angry customer at the 7/11 damaged the car windshield of an employee. 
Broomfield eyes new water rate system

Broomfield eyes new water rate system

Broomfielders who conserve water could see a reduction in their utility bills under a new proposal to switch the city and county over to a tiered fee system for water usage.
Broomfield Council debates additional gun ordinances

Broomfield Council debates additional gun ordinances

Broomfield City Council is considering a slate of local gun laws that would provide additional restrictions on the sale and possession of firearms than what’s already mandated by the state and federal government. 
Broomfield picks 17 new traffic box art designs

Broomfield picks 17 new traffic box art designs

More than a dozen traffic boxes across Broomfield will get makeovers in October as part of the next phase of the traffic box wrap project, which brings normally-bland electricity boxes at intersections and traffic lights to life by wrapping them in designs created by local artists. 
New ‘severe’ EPA classification could mean higher gas prices

New ‘severe’ EPA classification could mean higher gas prices

Broomfield drivers could see higher gas prices and more regulations on certain industries in the coming year as a result of the Environmental Protection Agency reclassifying Denver and the northern Front Range as “severe” violaters of federal air quality standards. 
Coroner identifies victims in mid-air Longmont plane crash

Coroner identifies victims in mid-air Longmont plane crash

The Boulder County Coroner’s Office on Monday identified the three people killed when two airplanes collided mid-air Saturday morning near Niwot Road. 
Broomfield Council to discuss enacting local gun laws

Broomfield Council to discuss enacting local gun laws

Broomfield City Council will discuss enacting stricter gun laws in the city and county, including banning assault weapons and enacting a 10-day waiting period, at a study session Tuesday.