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Updated: May 25, 2016 9:03:25 PM MDT
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Those Twisted Pine six-packs and bombers on liquor store shelves could soon become collector's items.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Boulder County's juxtaposition of civilization growing rapidly at the front door of the wilds spelled tragedy for one unlucky animal on Wednesday.   Full Story
The University of Colorado says power has been restored after intermittent outages plagued the campus for a little more than an hour this morning, according to campus police.   Full Story
Autumn Parry / Staff Photographer
The Boulder Police Department today identified the two officers who shot and killed an armed man along Boulder Creek on Sunday as Ryan Austin and Ross Maynard.   Full Story
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The 17-year-old accused of driving into a stopped car and killing two people earlier this month was charged with four counts of vehicular homicide Wednesday as Boulder prosecutors alleged for the first time that the teen was under the influence of marijuana at the time of the crash.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Attorneys for the two suspects charged in the fatal shooting at a north Boulder mobile-home park in February say they expect the case to go to trial in early 2017.   Full Story
Memorial Day weekend is the traditional kickoff to the summer camping season, but the U.S. Forest Service cautions that many areas in western Boulder County's high country remain wet, muddy and snow-packed, and are still closed.   Full Story
Boulder Police Department
A woman deemed to be a sexually violent predator will be moving to Boulder after previously registering in Longmont, according to a police bulletin.   Full Story
Jonathan Castner / Daily Camera
Cameron Keith is ready for his encore. The 10-year-old speller from Friends' School in Boulder will be Boulder County's lone representative at the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee, which started today in Washington, D.C.   Full Story
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Boulder's Namaste Solar has won the bid to build a 3.5 megawatt solar array for the city of Loveland.   Full Story
Richard Bay / For the Camera
The man shot by police Sunday afternoon after he reportedly fired a gun into Boulder Creek and then pointed it at responding officers died from his wounds, likely later that day, officials announced Monday.   Full Story
Richard Bay / For the Daily Camera
Boulder police shot and wounded a man who reportedly was firing a gun into Boulder Creek under the Broadway bridge in downtown shortly after 2 p.m. today and were searching for another man who fled the scene, according to police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly.   Full Story
Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer
In an seemingly abandoned warehouse earlier this spring, Boulder County SWAT responders tasked with infiltrating a booby-trapped maze as part of a training scenario were set to work on opening doors and getting eyes on doors wired to explosives.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
In the Kings Ridge neighborhood off Foothills Parkway, Jeff Robers is used to the blaring train horns that pass by his home on a near-daily basis, but only in the way that a cannery worker eventually comes not to mind the stench of dead fish.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Move over, Teen Moms. A new crew is coming to MTV, and they are ready to bring a radical change to the lineup of the one-time music-focused network.   Full Story
The University of Colorado Art Museum is trying to raise $1.25 million to purchase and manage the Sharkive, a collection of 40 years of printmaking collaborations between various artists and Shark's Ink in Lyons.   Full Story
Rocky Mountain Rescue Group had to cable a fallen climber across a creek to bring him down from Eldorado Canyon after he fell down on Wednesday afternoon.   Full Story
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Thousands of homeowners who lived downwind of the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant and the operators of the controversial facility have settled a lawsuit to the tune of $375 million, more than a quarter century after the legal action was first filed.   Full Story
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Justin's LLC, a nut butter company with humble beginnings in Boulder's farmers market, has landed in the hands of consumer goods giant Hormel Foods at the price of $286 million.   Full Story
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Boulder prosecutors have yet to decide whether to file charges against the teenage driver accused of killing two people in a crash at Foothills Parkway and Arapahoe Avenue earlier this month, saying they need more time to investigate what led to the collision.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Maybe it was the homemade cinnamon buns. After nearly 46 years of living in the same home on Boulder's Table Mesa with very little bear activity, Susan and Dave Evans think their neighborhood has become more attractive to the creatures.   Full Story
Autumn Parry / Staff Photographer
Charlotte Io, who began presenting female two years ago at the age of 48, holds a medical doctorate and a master's degree in English, and today works in the bakery of Sprouts Farmers Market in Lafayette.   Full Story
Jonathan Castner / Daily Camera

Gov. John Hickenloooper on Tuesday is to sign into law a bill from State Rep. KC Becker that will — starting next year — annually designate the third Saturday in May as "Public Lands Day" in Colorado.

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Boulder's Vapor Distillery, 5311 Western Ave., took home two golds in a recent gin tasting and awards program by The Fifty Best, an online food and beverage publication.   Full Story
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It appears actor Shia LaBeouf may have a method to his map madness. The "Transformers" and "Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" actor appears to be spelling out a message by tweeting coordinates of roads that appear to resemble certain letters.   Full Story