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Updated: February 11, 2016 6:20:28 PM MST
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Officials say the woman rescued from her burning south Boulder home this week is a suspected hoarder who told officers she started the fire herself with gasoline because she "wanted to die."   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff photographer
The man suspected of shooting and killing Andrew Duncan, 31, in north Boulder last week was formally charged today with first-degree murder, while his co-defendant in the case was charged with accessory to murder.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff Photographer
One of Boulder's largest construction projects — the Hilton Garden Inn and Embassy Suites at 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard — is the site of a 2-week-old labor protest in which a carpenters union is alleging unfair wage practices.   Full Story
David R. Jennings Staff Photographer
A 69-year-old Boulder homeowner is facing arson charges after police allege she started a fire inside her house Wednesday afternoon and barricaded herself on the second story.   Full Story
Associated Press
Chelsea Clinton is coming to Boulder on Feb. 18 as part of a Colorado campaign trip for her mother Hillary Clinton.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Boulder will keep processing requests for new districts and expansions under the city's Neighborhood Parking Permit program, but resident permits could cost more and residents could get fewer of them.   Full Story
Courtesy Boulder Police Department
Twenty-six cars have been reported stolen within Boulder city limits since Dec. 1, and police believe that most, if not all, of the thefts can be traced to a group of suspects with a minivan.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
The suspect in a fatal shooting at the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park in north Boulder on Friday told investigators the victim was abusive and that he shot him to protect his pregnant daughter, who also is facing charges in the incident.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff Photographer
The ebullient Broncos fans packed into the Boulder Theater appeared to be just as loud and rowdy as the crowd in the stands at the game itself.   Full Story
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New plans for the Armory site in north Boulder submitted this week by developer Bruce Dierking show apartments, townhomes and a small amount of office space — but none of the arts uses that a previous plan included.   Full Story
Ryder Johnson, 20, was last seen at 3 p.m. Jan. 17 leaving his job at Eldora Mountain Resort near Nederland, and his car was found later that night parked at 5800 Gross Dam Road in southwest Boulder County.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Daily Camera
The historic Glen Huntington Bandshell, again at the center of a preservation debate as Boulder develops plans to revitalize the downtown Civic Area, has been named one of Colorado's most endangered places by Colorado Preservation Inc.   Full Story
Boulder police are urging residents to protect against vehicle theft, after two cars were stolen from the Whittier neighborhood over the weekend.   Full Story
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Nearly 20 years after a murder that endures as one of the most perplexing American criminal sagas in recent decades, the state of Colorado has granted a financial incentive to a team planning a feature film billed as "Casting JonBenet."   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Boulder's Planning Board wants to keep alive the idea of moving the Hogan-Pancost property into what's known as Area III, a change that would make the 22-acre site in southeast Boulder ineligible for annexation and end one of the city's most long-standing land-use battles.   Full Story
The men's rights group behind an international rally planned for Saturday in Boulder and hundreds of other cities canceled the event Wednesday after it was widely denounced as advocating for the legalization of rape on private property.   Full Story
Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer
Marijuana sales in Colorado topped $1 billion in 2015, according to a new report from cannabis investment firm the ArcView Group.   Full Story
Firefighters and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office responded Saturday night to a small wildfire burning between the second and third Flatiron.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
Nationally, the level of lead in drinking water is under scrutiny. Locally in Boulder and Weld counties, city and town officials report that they have not been overwhelmed with calls worried about lead in their water.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
The winter storm that's expected to slam the Front Range late Sunday night through Tuesday morning could dump up to 14 inches on Boulder, local meteorologist Matt Kelsch said Saturday in an updated forecast.   Full Story
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A Boulder jury on Wednesday convicted a woman of swindling a half-blind 73-year-old man out of his trailer home after he said he'd give it to her if she agreed to take care of his cat after he died.   Full Story
More than a week after he was reported missing, Boulder County officials still have very few leads in the search for a 20-year-old Lafayette man who disappeared after leaving work at Eldora Mountain Resort.   Full Story
Some Boulder residents may notice a change in the taste of their water later this week when the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Facility resumes operation.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Not a single co-op exists in Boulder under the terms of the city's cooperative housing ordinance, which hasn't changed in nearly two decades.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
It's not often wearing red, white and blue will get you grief in America, but being a Patriot is not a good thing when you live in Bronco Nation.   Full Story