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22 min ago | Denver Post
Lafayette fire crews Tuesday night contained and were working to extinguish a fire that fully engulfed a chicken coop on a property at 9780 Isabelle Road, officials say.
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4 hrs ago | LongmontFYI
Eight owners of properties in unincorporated Boulder County's residential subdivisions are seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent their properties from being included in a paved-roads Local Improvement District formed by the county commissioners.
5 hrs ago | Denver Post
It snowed along the Front Range overnight and it's snowing this morning, making roads icy and snow packed in spots.
7 hrs ago | The Washington Post
The Colorado Oil & Gas Association sued the cities of Fort Collins and Lafayette claiming their voter-enacted bans on the extraction of oil and gas are preempted by state laws regulating those resources.
Tammy Osborne wipes snow off the windshield of her car after finishing some shopping in Boulder on Tuesday evening.
Cold air pouring into the Front Range will set us on the path to stay in the deep freeze for several days.
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.
LONGMONT, Colo. -- Longmont police arrested a 46-year-old woman -- who is accused of offering topless hairstyling services in Johnstown and Loveland -- on suspicion of practicing cosmetology without a license in Longmont, according to court records.
Starting next Monday, a contractor for Boulder County will begin roadside pickups of flood debris in the plains areas of unincorporated parts of the county.
The goal was to learn how we could further assist recovery -- both economic and flood-related.
On the last day of his life, David Biesemeier flew to Broomfield to help a friend with an airplane, had lunch with his pilot buddies and climbed into the plane he built 32 years ago for the trip back home to Loveland.
The pause in weekend services, held in conjunction with the Boulder County AIDS Project's Interfaith AIDS Coalition, was designed as a signal of support, prayer and remembrance for those who have died from or have managed HIV and AIDS each day.
Boulder Canyon Drive has been closed from Hurricane Hill Drive to Magnolia Road as county fire and hazardous materials crews respond to a roll-over accident involving a 4,000-gallon propane truck.
A Dec. 1 deadline to reopen 27 flood-battered Colorado highways was tame compared with the years of complex challenges facing road crews charged with making permanent fixes to damage caused by September's historic floods.
Rock slide on the Old Kiln Trail on open space in north Boulder that was pointed out on a guided tour Sunday by a volunteer naturalist.
Perhaps not. A Portland, Ore.-based company that specializes in video surveillance solutions has just launched an online crowdsourced mapping tool in Boulder County that could help victims of crime track down perpetrators and bring them to justice.