Local news for Longmont, CO continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Could you pass a US citizenship test?
Would you support legalizing marijuana in your state?
ON THE AGENDA Submit your Northern Colorado business event to our online events calendar at Coloradoan.com/events.
Jeremy Rouse, 27, was convicted of attempted sexual assault on a child by one in a position of trust with a victim between ages 15 and 18 and was labeled a sexually violent predator, a lifelong label that is applied before an offender's release from prison.
Bowls cut from cottonwood tree pieces are part of the "Carve!" exhibit at the Longmont Museum.
A 54-year-old woman was convicted Wednesday in Boulder District Court on felony theft charges for scamming an elderly Boulder couple of almost $600,000 over the span of seven years.
The temperature at Longmont's Vance Brand airport dipped to 12 below zero shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday morning, short of the record of 17-below set in 19090.
Scott Pirnack shovels a sidewalk Wednesday in Longmont. The city received 3A1 2 inches of snow from the storm.
Longmont Power and Communications sub-station technician Kevin Stenson works to splice fiber on an above ground cable in an alley between Sumner and Sunset streets in Longmont.
Whiskers peers out from a kennel at the Longmont Humane Society. The Longmont Humane Society made its annual loan payment on Nov. 22, despite being $239,881 short in donations.
Abel Lujan, 46, is being held on an arrest warrant for the first-degree murder of Bernadette Frost on April 22, 1999.
Raymond Frost Sr., left, and his son Raymond Frost Jr., both of Ignacio, put up posters in the 1300 block of Coffman Street in Longmont Saturday April 2, 2005 asking for information about the 1999 death of Bernadine Frost, Raymond senior's daughter and Raymond junior's sister.
The Colorado Department of Transportation's northeast Colorado maintenance crews are on 12-hour snow shifts in the Longmont, Boulder, Estes Park, Loveland and Fort Collins areas, CDOT announced on Tuesday afternoon.
U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Yuma, has nominated several area students for enrollment in the country's service academies, his office announced Tuesday.
City Clerk Valeria Skitt reversed her own ruling Tuesday, saying that a Longmont anti-fracking group did not break the city's campaign laws and will not owe a $100 fine for a mailer it sent to voters.
The Boulder County Coroner's Office is investigating the origin of skeletal remains -- reputed to be those of either an "old cowboy" or a Native American woman -- that Longmont Veterans of Foreign Wars officials turned over after the September floods, according to police.
Do you pahk the cah in Hahvahd yahd? Do you refer to multiple people as "dey"? Is a jelly doughnut called a "bismark," or is everything that comes out of a soda fountain called a coke, even if it's really 7-Up? Do you root for Da Bears? As appliances become smarter and smarter, the increase in technology might open up security risks for things that ... (more)
This photo from December 1913 shows the aftermath of a blizzard that dropped about 4 feet of snow on Longmont between Dec. 1 and Dec. 5, 2013.