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Boy and his dog rescued in Lafayette after icy plunge
A boy and his dog were both rescued late Saturday afternoon after falling through the thin ice at Waneka Lake in Lafayette. Lafayette police Sgt. Todd Dobbs said a call was received about 4:45 p.m. Saturday, reporting that a boy was tossing a ball to his dog, when the dog chased the ball out onto Wa
Mike Foote to complete Matt Jones' Senate term for eastern Boulder County
Colorado State Rep. Mike Foote will serve out the remainder of a vacated seat in the state Senate after gaining a landslide victory during a vacancy committee meeting on Saturday morning.
Colorado gas prices plummet, and some local stations have it for less than $2 per gallon
Here's a gift to stick in your tank: Gas at less than $2 per gallon. It can be found at several stations along the Front Range, including at an Evans Sinclair station at 1100 42nd St., the Sam's Club station at 1200 S. Hover Road in Longmont and the Murphy's Gas Station at 7199 Federal Blvd. in West
Police respond to shooting in northeast Denver, 1 person in custody
DENVER — Police in Denver responded to a shooting in the northeast part of the city. It happened in the 5000 Troy Street in the northeast part of the city. Police radio communications indicated there was one shooting victim.
Lockouts at Lafayette's Alicia Sanchez International and Peak to Peak schools lifted
Two schools in Lafayette were placed on lockout while police arrested a wanted suspect in the area but have since been cleared to resume normal school activities, according to Boulder Valley School District officials.
Comcast lawsuit against Lafayette resident moved to federal court
A lawsuit brought by telecommunications giant Comcast against Lafayette resident Andrew O'Connor was moved to federal court Monday, marking a new development in a saga that started with O'Connor barring the company from his property without payment.
Two injured in Thornton apartment fire
THORNTON, Colo. — Two men were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a fire at an apartment building in Thornton Saturday. The Thornton Fire Department said crews were dispatched to the Overlook Apartments at 753 West 91st Avenue at around 4:15 p.m. The fire started in a bush next to the b
Best Christmas Light Displays In Boulder County
BOULDER, CO -- Jolly red Santas. Dancing green Christmas trees. Snow white reindeer. The holiday season is ramping up and elaborate Christmas light displays are popping up across the country. In Boulder County, Longmont has some of the most lauded displays. If you're one of the many parents who'd ra
Brother launches holiday search for missing sister, mother of 3
LONGMONT, Colo. — The holidays mark a difficult time for families who have lost loved ones. The family of a mother of three, missing since March, are launching an effort to raise community awareness of the case, hoping to help investigators find her remains.
Boulder middle school student hit by vehicle while crossing street
BOULDER, Colo. — The Boulder Police Department is investigating what it calls a serious crash after a 13-year-old boy was struck by a car while crossing the street. BPD said the crash happened shortly after 8 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Linden Avenue and Spring Valley Road, which is in the no
No sweep necessary: cars, campers voluntarily leave Boulder's Diagonal Plaza
A promised sweep of car dwellers at Boulder's Diagonal Plaza never materialized Friday, but several people left of their own volition, leaving just a handful of large campers and lived-in vehicles. Much of the trash had been cleared away as well.
Longmont police notes: Child abuse arrest
Officers of the Longmont Police Department responded about 4:30 p.m. Thursday to the 400 block of Highland Drive in response to a domestic incident. A man was arrested for child abuse among other charges. The case was cleared by arrest.
Denver, Aurora, Fort Collins, Broomfield investigating numerous bomb threats amid wave of similar hoaxes nationwide
Police in Denver, Aurora, Fort Collins and Broomfield were investigating multiple bomb threats Thursday afternoon, part of a string of threats the FBI says are occurring around the country.
Fiancé of missing Woodland Park woman has only spoken with police through his attorney, authorities say
The fiancé of missing Woodland Park mother Kelsey Berreth has yet to speak directly with police about being the last person to see her as an exhaustive search of his cattle ranch near Florissant goes forward.
Apple to add hundreds of jobs in Boulder as part of nationwide expansion
Apple will bring hundreds of jobs to Boulder over the next three years as part of a nationwide expansion, the company announced Thursday. Apple’s plans includes planting workforces in a handful of cities, which includes a new $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas.
The Best Concerts in Denver This Weekend
John Legend brings his Legendary Christmas Tour to the Bellco Theatre on Saturday, while Phish frontman Trey Anastasio plays two nights at Macky Auditorium in Boulder. This weekend's lineup also includes The New Mastersounds at the Ogden Theatre, Too Many Humans at Globe Hall, Emma Ruth Rundle at Lo
Dazzling Front Range holiday light displays of 2018
Find the Google map called "Front Range holiday lights 2018" at bit.ly/2018holidaylights. The map contains dozens of light displays from Broomfield to Loveland. The holiday season has arrived, and with it comes spiked eggnog, pine-scented candles and homes looking particularly appealing with synthet
Brand New Broomfield 3-Bed Home In Anthem Highlands Ranch
BROOMFIELD, CO – For Sale in Broomfield: This $699,900 home is brand new and will be complete this month. The home in Anthem Highlands Ranch features three bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a great room, a kitchen with large breakfast nook, a dining room and unfinished basement for future expansion. The home als
Boulder County Officially Adopts $432.5 Million Budget For 2019
BOULDER, CO -- Boulder County officially adopted a $432.5 million budget for 2019 this week, up from $426.9 million in 2018. The biggest single item next year will be $6 million for upgrades at the Boulder County Jail, funded by a .185 percent sales tax increase passed by voters this November.
Sex Offender Arrested At DIA Allegedly Same Man Who Groped Child
BROOMFIELD, CO – A man suspected of both stealing underwear from University of Colorado-Boulder residence halls this fall and unnecessarily touching a young girl at a Broomfield shopping mall in November is in custody.