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Attorneys make closing arguments as jury begins deliberations in downtown Boulder murder case

The fate of Louis Sebastian is now in the hands of a jury after attorneys made their final arguments Thursday, with prosecutors maintaining Sebastian murdered a man in downtown Boulder in 2017 and defense attorneys saying Sebastian was acting in self-defense.


Church Helps Provide Body Armor For Boulder Sheriff's Deputies

BOULDER, CO -- Non-profit SHIELD616 will present Boulder County Sheriff's Department deputies with 53 body armor packages Thursday night at the local branch of the Calvary Bible Church, according to a press release from the sheriff's department. The church congregation raised $76,500 in donations, e


Head of Boulder-born Shambhala, accused of sexual misconduct, will continue leave from leadership role for “foreseeable future”

Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche announced Wednesday that he will “continue to step back” from his role with Shambhala International after dozens of leaders and teachers in the Boulder-born Buddhist community said they no longer could condone his “abusive behavior.”


MS-13 gang member captured in Colorado and deported by ICE

DENVER (KKTV) - Authorities tracked a wanted man, reportedly part of the MS-13 gang, to Colorado. ICE announced the deportation of 23-year-old Oscar Antonio Rosas-Alas. He was located and arrested in Eagle County in March of 2018. He was deported on Wednesday.


Boulder City Council shows support for pilot program to aid middle-income homebuyers

With housing prices remaining out of reach for many, Boulder is moving ahead with exploration of a pilot program to help middle-income workers and residents buy homes in the city.


CU Boulder's Turning Point chapter condemns leader Candace Owens

The University of Colorado chapter of Turning Point USA, a conservative organization that has chapters at high schools and colleges across the country, joined several other chapters on Thursday in calling for the resignation of the organization's communications director.


Girl's death haunted community, police arrested man in Colorado 45 years later

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Investigators searched for decades for the killer of an 11-year-old girl who disappeared while walking home from summer school in a case that gripped a California seaside community.


Boulder could see more snow today

Check out what weather is in store for the Boulder County area here. See what the National Weather service is predicting here. See what Boulder's weather is like now at the National Center for Atmospheric Research here.


Longmont teacher arrested on suspicion of DUI

An Altona Middle School teacher was arrested late Thursday morning after Longmont police say she hit a vehicle and then left the scene. Jessica Brady, 32, faces charges of hit and run, careless driving and driving under the influence.


Colorado woman's $8,000 tax bill leaves her in tears

Isadora Bielsky's tax bill this year brought her to tears. Last year, her family of four's refund topped $3,600. This year, the Colorado family owed in the thousands. "I plugged it all in and at first I thought oh my goodness we're getting $8,000 back and then I realized it was the wrong color … so


Denver weather: Freezing drizzle in metro area with up to 14 inches of new snow in mountains

A looming snowstorm will blast the mountains with another thick layer new snow Thursday and Friday and the Denver metro area could get up to 2 inches of snow, forecasters say. A winter weather advisory has been issued for Colorado’s central mountains.


Upset gun owners speak out against proposed ‘Red Flag’ law at Colorado Capitol

DENVER — Many gun owners in Colorado are upset about a proposed ‘Red Flag’ law, and on Thursday, they let lawmakers know it. “It is a violation of the Second Amendment,” said Lance Touvey, a gun owner from Longmont.


Mr. Bo Mangles Day Means Free Weekend at Colorado Gator Farm

There are only about 50 albino alligators in the entire world and Mr. Bo Mangles is just one of the albino gators at the farm. There are currently five of them at the Colorado Gator Farm.


Blaze Pizza closes in Colorado Springs, extinguished after just a year

The fire has gone out on Blaze Pizza in Colorado Springs after a year. The Pasadena, Calif.-based, build-your-own-pizza chain closed its Springs location last month in the Powers Pointe shopping center, southwest of Powers Boulevard and Barnes Road. The restaurant had opened in December 2017. The ch


Mixed-use development Reve Boulder breaks ground

BOULDER — Real estate development firm Southern Land Company has broken ground on Reve Boulder, a mixed-use residential and commercial project near Google’s Pearl Street campus in Boulder.


Video shows Shanann Watts entering Frederick home shortly before death

FREDERICK, Colo. — It’s 1:48 a.m. and a pregnant Shanann Watts is arriving home from a business trip to Phoenix. Front-door video at her Frederick home captures the moment a friend drops Watts from the airport on Aug. 13. She can be seen carrying her suitcase up the driveway and to the door.


Medicine Man opens Longmont dispensary

LONGMONT — Medicine Man, a Denver-based chain of marijuana dispensaries, opened a location this week in Longmont. The Longmont store at 500 East Rogers Road is Medicine Man’s fourth. The company operates pot shops in Denver, Aurora and Thornton.


Body found in burning Longmont home identified

LONGMONT | Authorities have released the name of a person who was found dead in a burning home in Longmont. The Times-Call reports firefighters found 76-year-old Leoneda Pelzel’s body in the Longmont home Saturday. The cause and manner of death have not been released.


Dacono police: Teen at Burger King assaults employees, officers

Dacono police arrested a juvenile at 7 p.m. on Valentine's Day after he allegedly attacked employees at a Burger King, and then hit responding police officers. The 17-year-old, who is not being identified because he is a minor, faces two counts of second-degree assault on a peace officer, four count



BOULDER, CO – The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) has two important updates regarding our defense of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the Fort Belknap Indian Community against the Keystone XL pipeline. Last week, NARF filed a motion to intervene at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in the Indigenous