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Stolen Vehicle Recovered In North Boulder; Police Seek Suspect
BOULDER, CO -- A stolen vehicle was recovered this morning in North Boulder at the corner of Laramie and Broadway. The Boulder Police Department released a message on Twitter this morning, stating that they are looking for a male suspect on foot with a blue hoodie and tan pants. The Boulder County S
Police begin ticketing of cars, campers at Boulder's Diagonal Plaza
Boulder police have handed out 96 tickets to people living in their vehicles in Diagonal Plaza since Friday, after calls from businesses and a city council member to enforce the property's ban on overnight parking.
Boulder man Christopher Spitzer asking for 10 years prison, minimum allowed in plea deal
Christopher Spitzer, the Boulder man who pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography is asking a judge for 10 years in federal prison, the minimum sentence under his plea agreement.
Windy Tuesday in Denver while snow returns to the mountains
Above average temperatures will stick around Tuesday for folks in metro Denver, while the mountains gear up for light snow later in the day. Denver is expected to reach a high of 56 degrees today, according to the National Weather Service, with some cloud coverage and decent winds.
Boulder looking for residents to lead youth nature hikes
Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks Department is looking for volunteers to lead youth educational hikes over the coming months as part of a program to connect children to "Boulder's diverse natural areas to help inspire a new generation of public land stewards," officials announced Monday.
Car Theft: Police Arrest Two, One Suspect At Large
BOULDER, CO -- Police have two suspects in custody and are searching for a third in an investigation into a stolen car located in North Boulder on Monday, Dec. 17. At approximately 10:47 A.M. on Monday, the Boulder County Communications Center received a phone call from On-Star about a stolen vehicl
Boulder nurse spent time in migrant camps in Tijuana, Mexico
Beverly Lyne rode in a 44-vehicle strong caravan to Tijuana, Mexico on Dec. 8 to help deliver clothing and other supplies to thousands of mostly Honduran migrants taking refuge in the border city.
UC Boulder Student Identified As Skier Who Died In Tree Collision @ Breckenridge
The identity of the skier who died after impacting a tree at Breckenridge has been released since his next of kin have been notified. Authorities have identified the skier as 21-year-old Daniel Giger, a University of Colorado-Boulder student and native of Newport Beach, California. Denver 7 reports
Boulder Weather: Windstorm And Warm Days
BOULDER, CO -- With temperatures potentially tipping 60 degrees by the end of the week, it hardly seems like a December forecast. One reminder that we are still in the winter months will come in the form of a very windy Wednesday, as chinook winds usher in the warmth that will dominate the end of th
CU Boulder students going hungry: 'This really is a problem'
Sometimes, Natalie Sharp slept when she got home to avoid the hunger pangs from missing dinner. Other times, the University of Colorado graduate student ate from CU's emergency food boxes and frequented campus events with free food to avoid going hungry. She joined mailing lists to keep an eye out f
Water main break damages Longmont home
As city of Longmont crews race to replace water pipes they know are at risk of springing a leak, dozens of unanticipated pipe breaks occur yearly that require immediate fixing, including one Monday that caused damage to a home.
Boulder County Record Show and other Longmont-area events Dec. 16
Boulder County Record Show — Boulder County Record Sale with record dealers selling vinyl records, cassettes, reel to reels, and related music merchandise; 10 a.m., Boulder County Fairgrounds, Barn A, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont; $3; 303-503-5531.
University of Colorado Boulder Graduate School dean to fill new role, internal search to begin for replacement
Ann Schmiesing, dean of the University of Colorado's Graduate School, will step down at the end of the year and take on a new administrator role at the university. Schmiesing will transition into the role of senior vice provost for academic resource management, a position she has been filling on an
Police and deputies searching north Boulder for suspect in car theft
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office and Boulder police are searching north Boulder for a suspect who may have stolen a car in Denver. Boulder police spokeswoman Shannon Aulabaugh said a vehicle was reported stolen and located by OnStar near Broadway and Laramie Boulevard this morning.
Mostly sunny skies with a high of 58 today in Boulder
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.
Boulder could ban redevelopment in eastern opportunity zone
Kristin Lawrence's dream has been two years in the making. A PhD planetary geophysicist, she has long wanted to create a space where science can come to life for kids. She realized the vision with The Hopper, a combo eatery and interactive play space.
Amber Alert issued for Colorado boy
NORTHGLENN, Colo. - An Amber Alert has been issued for a Denver-area boy who may be with a man who has made threats against him, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Boulder Chorale Holiday Concert and other Boulder-area events Dec. 16
Boulder Chorale Holiday Concert, Let Your Heart Be Light. More than 200 singers from six choirs will bring delight, joy and peace of the holiday season to this festive concert that will feature a variety of holiday music; 4 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., Boulder; $5-$25; 303-5
Missing Colorado mom’s case leads to $25G reward as search at fiance’s home underway
A reward was offered Saturday in the search for Kelsey Berreth as authorities continued to comb through the home of the Colorado mother’s fiancé in hopes of locating the 29-year-old woman who was last seen on Thanksgiving Day.
CU Boulder researchers recreate droplets of early universe matter
A group of co-authors from 65 different institutions, including students and faculty from the University of Colorado, shared a breakthrough Monday in a study that furthers science's understanding of the mysterious and volatile state of matter known as quark gluon plasma.