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Updated: April 28, 2016 8:09:44 AM MDT
Kira Horvath, The Daily Camera
Pinnacle Foods got a $100 million sales boost in the first 10 weeks it owned Boulder Brands, the Boulder-based maker of foods such as Evol, Udi's and Earth Balance.   Full Story
Alex Burness / Daily Camera
Over the next year, Boulder leaders will have to decide what, exactly, they want to do with the 8.8-acre former Boulder Community Health site on Broadway, which the city purchased last fall for $40 million.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
The Boulder County District Attorney's Office in the Dynel Lane fetal abduction case is asking that Lane receive consecutive sentences totaling well over 100 years in prison following her conviction in February.   Full Story
Boulder Police Department
A batch of baby raccoons will be raised at the Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center after the animals were found living in a tote bag in a Boulder storage unit, then abandoned by their mother after being relocated outside.   Full Story
Boulder County Sheriff's Office
Two suspects in an armed marijuana robbery in Sunshine Canyon last year are set for a joint five-day trial starting Sept. 26.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
The thunderstorm that rolled through Boulder overnight claimed at least one towering tree, as a lightning strike stripped a significant amount of the bark off a large ash in north Boulder just after midnight Tuesday.   Full Story
For the 32nd time, Boulder has been named "Tree City USA" and was also awarded the Tree City USA Growth Award for 2015 by the National Arbor Day Foundation, according to a news release.   Full Story
Some Boulder residents may notice a change in the taste of their water as the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Facility resumes operations after being offline for about a month.   Full Story
Doug Pike / Colorado Hometown Weekly
Longmont-area law enforcement agencies will hold drug take-back events at several locations for National Prescription Drug Take-Back day from 10 a.   Full Story
Autumn Parry / Staff photographer
The 84-year-old woman who was hit by a truck while crossing Canyon Boulevard near Folsom Street on Thursday died later that day, the Boulder County Coroner's Office announced Saturday.   Full Story
Ross William Hamilton / The Oregonian
Since its founding in 2009, the First Stop Portland program has hosted more than 200 customized study tours for U.S. and international delegations looking to take home lessons from one of the world's leading purveyors of waste reduction strategy, civic engagement, buy-local consumer attitudes, bike love, craft beer pretension and obsessive dog ownership.   Full Story
Daily Camera file photo
John has been working in the U.S. as a drywall hanger in northern Colorado and other states for most of the past 12 years. The tight construction market here has made it easy for him to get work for $10 or $14 or even $16 an hour. But wages are paid in cash, the hours are long, there are no breaks or overtime, and often pay is short.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff Photographer
Property owner W.W. Reynolds is preparing to begin a six-phase, $3.5 million redevelopment project at Table Mesa Shopping Center in south Boulder that will result in additional bike parking and outdoor seating for the center's tenants.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Boulder is in the early stages of designing three upcoming transportation projects, all of which are intended to support the city's multi-modal goals and are funded in the majority by federal grant money.   Full Story
Associated Press
Public health advocates hope to put a ballot measure before Boulder voters in November that would place an excise tax on soda and other sugary drinks, to be paid by distributors of those products in order to increase funding directed at promoting exercise and healthy eating.   Full Story
Autumn Parry / Staff Photographer

An elderly woman pushing a cart across the street was left in critical condition after being struck by a large truck on Canyon Boulevard at Folsom Street on Thursday.   Full Story

Department of Motor Vehicles
Drivers who obtain or renew their licenses in Boulder County will now receive cards bearing the new design being rolled out across Colorado this week.   Full Story
For most people, the idea of being in the office after midnight is a grim one. But the founders of a new 24-hour coworking space are banking on the love of late nights to sell memberships.   Full Story
Local homeless advocates use the Boulder County Jail's public booking information to keep track of what they see as Boulder's criminalization of homelessness.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
How do you want to feel this 4/20? For plenty of tokers, the answer is increasingly more complicated than just getting high.   Full Story
The Boulder City Council will not hold a public hearing Tuesday on a proposal to make the Palestinian city of Nablus Boulder's eighth sister city.   Full Story
State Sen. Rollie Heath has invited constituents to his last town hall meeting during the 2016 legislative session, set for Saturday morning.   Full Story
Courtesy Photo / Courtesy Photo
For Boulder prosecutors, it's the purrfect machine. The Boulder District Attorney's Office has secured a grant to buy a pair of robotic cats that will be used to help comfort victims who are elderly or have dementia.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
On March 31, 2014, Aaron Tuneberg was brutally beaten at the hands of two teenagers who went to his apartment to rob him. He died a week later at the age of 30.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
While residents throughout Boulder County braced for the worst this weekend ahead of a late-season storm — early predictions called for as much as 14 inches of snow — mild temperatures replaced snow with heavy rainfall for much of Saturday.   Full Story