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Reckless driving charge for driver, 17, in Boulder crash - A 17-year-old has been charged with reckless driving and failure to obey a traffic control device following a crash that left him with serious
Frederick police officer terminated and facing charges after striking suspect with muzzle of firearm - On Tuesday, the Weld County District Attorney’s office filed criminal charges against Frederick Police Officer Trevor McCourt. McCourt was charged with second-degree assault, first-degree official misconduct, and reckless
Boulder weather: High of 83 with mostly cloudy skies - Boulder should see highs in the 80s today with mostly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather
East Boulder zoning changes continue to take shape - Possible zoning changes that could enable more housing in the eastern flank of Boulder are continuing to take shape. The City Council on Thursday evening discussed several options staffers had proposed and gave mixed feedback on
Erie fields neighbor concerns over housing project at 111th Street and Arapahoe Road - With one lengthy public comment session now in the books, the Erie Town Council will continue to discuss the rezoning of a property at 111th Street and Arapahoe Road at a meeting next
‘Over the moon’: Housing advocates celebrate success of Boulder airport ballot measure petitions - A group of housing advocates is cheering the news that its petitions for ballot measures to close the Boulder Municipal Airport and turn the area into a neighborhood have officially garnered enough signatures to appear on the November 2024
Longmont Climbing Collective will host international climbing competition - Winter sports athletes and fans will ascend to Longmont next year for the Ice Climbing and Dry Tooling World Cup, which will be held in the city Feb. 21 through
CUPD commemorates 75th anniversary with badges, exhibit - The University of Colorado Police Department officers donned new badges in May to commemorate the police department’s 75th anniversary — and they'll soon have a new exhibit to show off the highlights of their work over the
Broomfield FISH unveils new community teaching garden - A new teaching garden at Broomfield’s food bank and resource center aims to provide residents with education around food production as well as community growth and
CU Boulder appoints interim dean following resignation - The University of Colorado Boulder appointed an interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences following the resignation announcement of Dean Glen Krutz in
Sean Doherty appointed to fill vacancy on Firestone Board of Trustees - Sean Doherty was selected to fill the vacancy on the Firestone Board of Trustees on Wednesday evening by a 3-to-2
Broomfield senior care facility tenants given only 30 days to vacate - Residents of the Villagio Broomfield senior center were given notice last month to vacate the facility within 30
Gross-tasting medications can be a barrier to treatment. Philly researchers developed a ‘bitter blocker’ to help. - Liquid medications are easier to consume, but their taste is often so off-putting that some patients will avoid them entirely — a significant barrier to good health for those who need to take lifesaving
Downplaying AI’s existential risks is a fatal error, some say - Lawmakers propose a framework that would establish federal oversight of so-called frontier AI models to guard against biological, chemical, cyber and nuclear
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Police group to push for new gun laws as crime hangs over campaign - The new group, Police Leaders for Community Safety, plans to push for stronger gun laws, such as closing loopholes, requiring background checks for gun buyers, and cracking down on “ghost
At Nixon Library, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. advocates for scaling back America’s military presence - The presidential candidate proposed slashing military funding and redirecting those dollars to the infrastructure, education and small
Cheers, cake and a fist-bump from GOP as Trump returns to Capitol Hill in a first since Jan. 6 riot - Trump spent about an hour each with House and Senate Republicans delivering free-wheeling remarks, fielding questions and discussing
Thirteenth annual ‘Frederick in Flight’ lifts off June 21 - Frederick will soon host its annual hot air balloon festival “Frederick in Flight,” which takes off June
Boulder takes plunge with first ‘World’s Largest Swimming Lesson’ - Boulder is taking a dive with the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson for the first time on June 20. The big splash will take place at Spruce Pool from 9 to 11 a.m. and is open to all
Boulder weather: High of 95 with mostly sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the 90s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
Boulder airport ballot measures likely going to voters this fall - Voters will likely be able to weigh in this fall on two citizen-initiated ballot measures that would close down the Boulder Municipal Airport and turn the area into a
Denver ties record high Wednesday, with more scorching temps ahead - Denver tied its record high temperature of 97 degrees on Wednesday, according to the National Weather
‘Stronger together’: CU Boulder, the city share updates on major projects - Progress on CU South, a new property in Louisville and a fresh plan to tackle climate change — these are a few of the updates University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano shared with Boulder residents on
SVVSD school board extends superintendent’s contract - The St. Vrain Valley school board agreed at its Wednesday meeting to extend Superintendent Don Haddad's contract by a year, to 2028, and give him a
Proposed Boulder County rules allow more unrelated people to live together - The Boulder County Planning Commission voted Wednesday to approve rules that will allow more unrelated people to live together, which is similar to a law passed by the state legislature in
Penrose Place office building in Boulder slated to be converted to affordable housing - In Boulder, where open space is a rare commodity, some developers are converting commercial spaces into housing as a way to expand housing stock in the
Construction set to begin on Longmont’s Fox Meadows Neighborhood Park - Site construction at Fox Meadows Neighborhood Park is expected to start on June
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office closes Boulder Creek to tubers - The Boulder County Sheriff's Office notified residents that Boulder Creek is closed to tubing, effective at 5 p.m. on
10 cents adds up: Here’s how much Denver has collected from bag fees - Three years after requiring retailers to charge for disposable bags, Denver has collected $5.76 million, although the growth rate of that number is expected to taper
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Boulder Police Oversight Panel to hold public meetings on bylaw changes - Boulder's Police Oversight Panel will hold a series public meetings this summer about upcoming changes to the panel's
Tips for beach safety in the sun, sand and sea - Whether your favorite spot is near the ocean or the edge of a river or lake, it’s always best to prepare for your surroundings and make sure that health hazards don't spoil your good
Skilled trades on the rise as college enrollment sags. ‘Ticket to the middle class’ - Enrollment in four-year schools has flatlined, while vocation-focused community colleges experienced 16% growth in the past
Man arrested following Longmont barricade, faces menacing charge - A man was arrested Tuesday night after he reportedly threatened police with a knife, barricaded himself in a home and stated that he had a
Weld County launches air quality information website - Weld County has developed a new website, air.weld.gov, that provides information and resources about local air
Boulder scientists show Antarctic ice shelves fracture under weight of meltwater lakes - Researchers now have evidence that Antarctic ice shelves are fracturing under the weight of the meltwater lakes that sit on top of them — a measure they say may have implications for climate
Biden plan to brand Trump a felon is hobbled by son’s conviction - That outcome, and another trial for Hunter threaten to hang over Biden’s campaign, posing a painful messaging test in his race against
1 in 5 Latino voters are considering a third-party candidate for president, poll indicates - According to the survey, a fifth of Latino voters are considering voting for a candidate other than President Joe Biden or former President Donald
Broomfield council votes against combined charter changes on ’24 ballot - The Broomfield City Council rejected an ordinance Tuesday night that would combine over a dozen changes to the city and county charter into one ballot
Blinken casts doubt on cease-fire prospects after Hamas responds - Hamas had responded to a proposal backed by President Joe Biden on Tuesday, though it didn’t say publicly what changes it wants and Blinken declined to provide
About half of US adults approve of Trump’s conviction, but views of him remain stable: AP-NORC poll - The findings from paint a picture of a nation with firmly entrenched opinions of the divisive former Republican president less than five months before Election
Man accused in Longmont crash that killed 2 pleads not guilty, set for trial - A man accused of killing two in a Longmont four-vehicle crash that left two dead and one seriously injured in 2023 pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning and was set for trial in
Drunken driver sentenced to 12 years in prison for running red light, killing Colorado Ballet musician - A 23-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday for a drunken driving, multi-vehicle crash that killed a Colorado Ballet musician and injured three
Boulder weather: High of 94 with sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the 90s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
At the Market: Plant-based finds at the farmers market - The Boulder and Longmont Farmers Markets offer a wide range of products from seasonal produce to locally grazed meat and freshly baked bread. Among the variety of products is something to please every shopper. Folks following a plant-based diet are not left
CU Boulder officials to discuss plans for former Cinebarre Theatre at July 25 event - The event will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Louisville Recreation Center at 900 Via Appia
BVSD school board hears bond issue construction update, approves employment contracts - The Boulder Valley school board heard an update Tuesday on its $350 million capital construction bond issue, which includes 16 projects under construction over the summer that add up to about $40 million of
Longmont selects special counsel for any potential future ethics investigations - The Longmont City Council selected the AR Group, LLC as special counsel to review ethics complaints lodged at city officials, during its regular session
Missing Colorado hiker, dog found alive after two days - A 74-year-old woman and her Irish Setter, Tawny, were found alive Tuesday after they were lost for two days in the mountains near Aspen, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s