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Water Main Break Causes Giant Sinkhole In Boulder

The Boulder Daily Camera | MITCHELL BYARS | Posted 06.25.2013 | Denver

Click on any photo to see full gallery Folsom Street is closed between Colorado Avenue and Taft Drive after a water main break caused a sinkhole in t...

The Big Why of Boston Bombing: Motive

Nigel Barber | Posted 06.24.2013 | Crime
Nigel Barber

They are said to have been "radicalized." This is largely a circular explanation that reduces to a name. One might as well say that they had been jihadized, zealotized, or brainwashed.

Boulder's First Civil Unions To Come With Cake, DJ

The Boulder Daily Camera | Charlie Brennan | Posted 06.13.2013 | Denver

Advocates for those seeking civil unions in the first moments that legal recognition of same-sex commitments takes effect in Colorado are well under w...

Global Warming Over Land Is Real: New Study

The Boulder Daily Camera | Charlie Brennan | Posted 06.12.2013 | Denver

The thermometers got it right. The Earth is warming, another study is reporting. Climate scientists recognize that changes in weather observation sta...

What Happens When Boulder, Colo. Loves Veterans?

Stacy Bare | Posted 05.31.2013 | Good News
Stacy Bare

All veterans -- all Americans -- need to be able to feel a part of a community, and if Boulder, Colorado can do it, so can your hometown.

CU-Boulder Profs To Teach 'Massive Open Online Courses'

The Boulder Daily Camera | BRITTANY ANAS | Posted 06.01.2013 | Denver

Come next fall, four University of Colorado professors will teach in a way they've never taught before. Their classes will potentially be made up of ...

Elk-Gate: No Other Boulder Cops Aware Of Plans To Kill Elk

Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo. | MITCHELL BYARS | Posted 05.28.2013 | Denver

Boulder police today released the final findings of the department's internal personnel investigation into the New Year's Day shooting of an elk on Ma...

The Unseen Bean: Roasting Coffee in the Dark

Dark Rye | Posted 05.25.2013 | Taste
Dark Rye

When you lose the use of one sense, the others become heightened. That's certainly true for Gerry Leary of Boulder, Colorado. Leary has been blind since birth, yet he operates a successful coffee roasting business and a café near Boulder's main pedestrian mall, Pearl Street.

CU-Boulder Should Create Information College: Report

The Boulder Daily Camera | BRITTANY ANAS | Posted 05.21.2013 | Denver

As University of Colorado administrators work to reform journalism education, a panel of outside scholars is suggesting the Boulder campus take a two-...

Michelle Shocked's Anti-Gay Rant Causes Boulder Concert Cancellation

The Boulder Daily Camera | Amy Bounds | Posted 05.19.2013 | Denver

Boulder radio show eTown on Monday canceled a Michelle Shocked concert planned in May because the singer reportedly made anti-gay remarks at a concert...

Clergy Opposed To Event Aimed At Flooding Colo. With High-Capacity Mags

The Boulder Daily Camera | JOE RUBINO | Posted 05.13.2013 | Denver

A multi-denominational group of Boulder-area clergy members is organizing a "silent prayer witness" Saturday in opposition to a simultaneous gun magaz...

Fostering Energy Competition Through Municipalization

Craig Lewis | Posted 03.07.2013 | Denver
Craig Lewis

Boulder can create a cleaner, more affordable, and more reliable power system. The analysis of Boulder's energy options, released last Thursday, foun...

Boulder Considers Legal Weed Business Moratorium Until 2014

The Boulder Daily Camera | Erica Meltzer | Posted 05.07.2013 | Denver

As Boulder heads toward a possible moratorium on recreational marijuana businesses until 2014, medical dispensaries are hoping the city won't take too...

Chaos And The Cheerleader

Mark Osler | Posted 05.07.2013 | Religion
Mark Osler

Lent perplexes me. The events it recalls are chaotic. In the midst of this, I will watch for the transformations that do happen, that are miracles, too often unnoticed in the middle of a crowd.

Shakespeare Fest, CU-Boulder Work To Keep The Bard In Business

The Boulder Daily Camera | Alicia Wallace | Posted 05.04.2013 | Denver

What's past is prologue. When the Colorado Shakespeare Festival enters its 56th season at the University of Colorado this summer, it will do so under...

Event Aims To Flood Colorado With High-Capacity Magazines Before Ban

Daily Camera, Boulder, Colo. | JOE RUBINO | Posted 04.30.2013 | Denver

When the Democratic-controlled Colorado State House last week passed a ban on the sale of magazines that carry more than 15 rounds of ammunition, Long...

Police Investigate Death At CU-Boulder Dorm

The Boulder Daily Camera | JOE RUBINO | Posted 04.29.2013 | Denver

Police are investigating the death of an unidentified man found Tuesday night in a Libby Hall dormitory room on the University of Colorado campus, off...

Police: No Obvious Signs Of Foul Play In CU-Boulder Dorm Death

The Boulder Daily Camera | MITCHELL BYARS | Posted 04.30.2013 | Denver

University of Colorado police this morning announced that an initial investigation into the death of a man found Tuesday night in a Libby Hall dormito...

CU-Boulder Faces Budget Gap After More Students Go In-State

The Boulder Daily Camera | BRITTANY ANAS | Posted 04.27.2013 | Denver

During the past year, more University of Colorado students than expected successfully gained residency, meaning they'll pay thousands of dollars less ...

Storm-Chaser Drone Lands CU on FAA's Domestic Drone List

The Boulder Daily Camera | Erica Meltzer | Posted 04.21.2013 | Denver

Would a drone by any other name sound as threatening? A long-standing program to use unmanned aircraft to collect data on storm systems landed the Un...

Police: Drunk Cyclist Tried To Strangle Cop During Arrest

The Boulder Daily Camera | MITCHELL BYARS | Posted 04.22.2013 | Denver

Police arrested a Boulder man after an officer said he tried to strangle her in a fight after she stopped him for riding his bicycle drunk Sunday nigh...

Boulder's Naropa University Celebrates New President

The Boulder Daily Camera | JOE RUBINO | Posted 04.19.2013 | Denver

While his tenure as the 11th president of Boulder's Naropa University began in August, Charles "Chuck" Lief did not have "the keys to car," as his goo...

Boulder Struggling To Accomodate Middle-Income Housing

The Boulder Daily Camera | Erica Meltzer | Posted 04.15.2013 | Denver

To get more housing that teachers and store managers and bookkeepers and police officers can afford, Boulder will need to give up something. Whether ...

Elk-Gate: Deputy Passed Polygraph, Didn't Know Of Elk Killing Plot

The Boulder Daily Camera | MITCHELL BYARS | Posted 04.13.2013 | Denver

Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle today said Jeff George -- the deputy involved in the Mapleton elk case who is credited with rescuing an elderly woman...

Plants Care For Their Family Members, Too: CU Study

The Boulder Daily Camera | BRITTANY ANAS | Posted 04.07.2013 | Denver

You'll never think of your popcorn the same way: In its previous life, it could have come from an altruistic ear of corn with strong family bonds. A ...