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Updated: January 16, 2017 6:35:44 PM MST
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Boulder saw nearly 3 inches of wet, heavy snow overnight and another inch Monday before sunny skies return on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Although the sun has been quiet of late and could be becoming more so, the Earth may still be in danger of a cataclysmic solar event that could shut down power grids for up to two years and cost trillions of dollars to repair.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Review complete survey results onlineThe results of the 2016 National Citizen Survey in Boulder are available online for the public to view, as are reports comparing these results with those from past years in the city and with current national benchmarks.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
The rare sale of a federally owned home in Boulder has offered a snapshot into the feeding frenzy that has become the city's real estate market in recent years.   Full Story
 
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Maxx Chance, a 20-year-old student at the University of Colorado in Boulder, will miss the first two weeks of school because he'll be representing the United States in the 2017 Cyclo-cross World Championships in Luxembourg.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
The closure of two longstanding businesses is ushering in a rotation of merchants that, experts say, has become typical of the post-holiday season on the Pearl Street Mall.   Full Story
 
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
As temperatures once again dip below freezing, police across and outside Boulder County are making the annual reminder that cold weather does not deter criminals from making moves on vehicles left to warm up.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Boulder is on the cusp of allowing slacklining in several city parks with a proposed rule change that could be brought into effect by the city manager's office by the end of January if everything goes according to plan.   Full Story
 
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Boulder police have stationed extra officers at Fairview High School after a threat at the school earlier in the year said a bomb would be planted there this week.   Full Story
 
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Boulder police are seeking assistance from the public in identifying a man they say behaved suspiciously around two girls walking home from school on Monday.   Full Story
 
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In June, city officials say, the $5.4 million underpass currently being constructed at Baseline Road just east of Broadway will open to the public, offering a new passage for non-motorized travelers between the University of Colorado campus and the Basemar Shopping Center.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
The U.S. Forest Service is going forward with plans for a 44-mile, non-motorized trail system across about 6,000 acres branching out from the Peak to Peak Highway near Nederland.   Full Story
 
Andy Cross / The Denver Post
Opening-day ceremonies included House Speaker Dickey Lee Hullinghorst — a Gunbarrel Democrat who held the top leadership position in that chamber but couldn't seek re-election from House District 10 because of term limits — turning the speaker's gavel over to Rep. Crisanta Duran, a northwest Denver lawmaker named by fellow House Democrats to fill that post for the coming two years.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Two rental properties on Boulder's University Hill have sold for more than $578,000 per unit, making it among the highest priced deals in state history.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
With the number of Boulder County opioid overdose deaths pushing past 350 in the last 15 years, law enforcement is continually learning how to administer an overdose-reversing drug.   Full Story
 
Courtesy Denver Police Department
Eugene Martinez, 51, was sentenced to 364 years to life -- the maximum allowed -- in prison by Boulder District Judge Ingrid Bakke, as well as 20 years to life of parole in the highly unlikely event he is ever released.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Since 2000, developers putting up housing projects in Boulder have been required to dedicate at least 20 percent of their units as permanently affordable.   Full Story
 
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has established six household medication take-back locations in Boulder County and 36 more elsewhere in the state.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
High winds swept across Boulder County today, toppling trees and power lines.   Full Story
 
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said a person has been diagnosed with measles and recently was at a wide variety of places along the Front Range, including in Boulder County.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Boulder may relax its bear-safe trash law in response to a deluge of complaints that it's too harsh. In June, the city vowed it would no longer give warnings to any home or business west of Broadway and south of Sumac Avenue that failed to buy and then properly secure a bear-resistant container.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Ken Jaffe and his son, David Jaffe, came to Boulder Reservoir a couple of hours before Saturday's Boulder Polar Plunge, not to mentally prepare themselves, but to watch other people jump in the frigid water.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Mental Health Partners and the University of Colorado's Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence have been awarded a $2 million grant to bolster services for Boulder and Broomfield county children and families that have experienced some form of trauma.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
When people hear about mailmen and dogs, most people think of them as natural enemies. But Jeff Kramer the mailman and Tashi the black lab are not your typical dog and mailman duo.   Full Story
 
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The incidence of various cancers in communities surrounding the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant is generally no higher than cancer rates elsewhere in metro Denver, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment found.   Full Story