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Mike and Tana Matzuk's house overlooking James Creek was untouched by the flood that ravaged Boulder County and much of Colorado's Front Range in September.
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Rain started to fall here, and across much of the Front Range, six months ago Sunday.
Boulder County's weather may keep flip-flopping from winter to spring conditions, but the tenants at Lafayette Marketplace are looking outside and thinking summer.
Cheryl Fanelli is hugged by friend Andi LaMartina, right, as David Fanelli, left, looks on.
Boulder police have released a composite sketch of a suspect in the armed robbery of a massage business Thursday afternoon.
The sun has been around for a long time. So has marijuana. Legal pot in the U.S. hasn't been around for a long time.
Authorities suspect that someone deliberately set fire to a large pile of flood debris near the entrance to the Alexander Dawson School campus, according to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.
As the state launches a new "Drive High, Get a DUI" campaign to remind drivers not to use marijuana before driving, Boulder County law enforcement officials say officers will need more training to spot stoned drivers.
A month after The Canary's Song appeared on track to be the first recreational marijuana shop in Boulder County, the Nederland dispensary announced today on Facebook that it finally will open for recreational marijuana sales on Saturday.
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler was the "winner" in a Tuesday night straw poll of Boulder County Republicans' preferences in the field of GOP candidates for governor.
Secundino "Dino" Martinez, of Frederick, who is accused of fatally stabbing two men and critically wounding another, appears in court for charging, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2013, at the Boulder County Justice Center.
Entities connected to Boston-based AEW Capital Management LP recently acquired some of Balfour Senior Living's properties in Louisville in three transactions totaling more than $103.7 million, Boulder County property records show.
Staples -- which has three stores in Boulder County and Broomfield -- will close up to 225 stores in North America by the end of next year as it seeks to trim about $500 million in costs annually by 2015.
A series of ordinances that would restore jail time for most municipal offenses, create an "unlawful conduct" criminal charge that could be levied against people who break administrative rules and move "pedestrian interference with traffic" from the traffic code to the criminal code received initial approval from the Boulder City Council on ... (more)
Dueling efforts to bolster mandatory prison sentences for sexual predators of children in Colorado arrived at the Capitol this week with two separate pieces of legislation, causing a stark partisan divide among some lawmakers.
Chris Palmer works at a check-in table at the start of the Republican caucus Tuesday night at Mountain View Elementary.