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Company spokesman Mark Stutz says an equipment failure at a regulator station Friday morning knocked out power to about 7,300 customers in Niwot and unincorporated Boulder County.
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Lefty of Lefty's Gourmet Pizza reaches out to give a hearty handshake to Ben Johnson of Xcel Energy after Johnson turned the gas back on to the downtown Niwot business on a frigid Saturday morning, Lefty, one name only, kept the business open Friday night with temperatures inside the store in the 30's.
A teenager accused of stabbing his friend to death with a hunting knife in western Boulder County over the summer has pleaded guilty.
Spencer Crawford, the 20-year-old man accused of fatally stabbing a teen on a camping trip near Nederland in June, has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and drug charges and will serve between two and six years in prison after accepting a deal with prosecutors today.
The arraignment hearing for a youth pastor accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a teenage church member over several years has been continued until February.
With single digit temperatures once again keeping things chilly on Colorado's Front Range, power and gas problems are being reported in some areas.
Residents in parts of Boulder County lost natural gas Friday morning and utility provider Xcel said they don't yet know what caused the outage.
George Berg, right, a partner at the Boulder law firm Berg, Hill, Greenleaf & Ruscitti LLP, discusses the aftermath of September's catastrophic flooding as Steve Altermat, a broker at Re/Max of Boulder, looks on.
Allison Management LLC owner Andy Allison said that a groundbreaking in March is on tap if things go as planned for a new neighborhood in North Boulder of 31 single-family homes at the former site of Boulder County's fire-training center.
Brad Blackwell, an executive vice president in charge of portfolio lending at Wells Fargo Bank, offers his forecast for 2014 to a crowd of about 400 people at the Boulder County Business Report's annual Boulder Valley Real Estate Conference & Forecast, held Nov. 21 at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
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Rescuers perform a technical evacuation of a suicidal teen found in the Chautauqua area late Wednesday night.
This year's whooping cough season is shaping up to be just as bad as -- if not worse than -- last year's as the disease again reaches epidemic levels both locally and nationwide.
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.
Alan Rosenfeld, the candidate who is taking on County Commissioner Cindy Domenico in next year's Democratic primary, has filed a petition asking a judge to declare Domenico ineligible to run for another term.
The sound of Danny Shafer's guitar has drifted through Boulder County venues for decades now, and for years, he made his home base in the River Bend Mobile Home Park in Lyons, where he lived with his wife and their two children.