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Updated: December 14, 2017 10:06:21 PM MST
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Even after a few inches of snow on Wednesday night, Boulder County has seen below average snowfall this season, but is actually still ahead of last year's totals and could see more moisture in the coming weeks.   Full Story
 
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
Boulder's Joshua Stevens loathes the treadmill, but running on one for 24 hours this weekend will be for a selfless reason.   Full Story
 
Boulder County law enforcement arrested a 23-year-old man who they believe was armed and dangerous after possibly threatening people with a knife in Longmont.   Full Story
 
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Four Boulder scientists and a fifth based in Golden are among the brain drain of leading climate scientists packing their bags and leaving for France, the spearhead of countries combatting climate change.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
University of Colorado students and the city of Boulder have partnered to tackle revitalization projects for an area near and dear to many Buffs' hearts: University Hill.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
There will be no new 16-person housing co-op in Boulder after all, it was decided Wednesday morning. Lincoln Miller of the Boulder Housing Coalition, who had been leading the charge for the city to waive its 12-person limit and allow extra density in a co-op in Martin Acres, withdrew the request Wednesday morning and will settle for the usual limit.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
When the time comes for Eldora to grow outside its current boundaries, the local ski area will stretch its trails south.   Full Story
 
National Weather Service
Boulder could see up to 3 inches of snow overnight, just one day after record-breaking temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
A Denver woman said that she believes the fact she was Muslim is what led to a tense interaction and a lack of service at a Boulder Cantina Laredo, but the restaurant says it was simply an unfortunate misunderstanding.   Full Story
 
The Boulder-based nonprofit Center for ReSource Conservation is changing its name to Resource Central.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
David Paul, the anti-fracking activist ticketed for projecting a skull and crossbones onto the wall of the courthouse on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall, pleaded not guilty in municipal court on Monday.   Full Story
 
Boulder County Sheriff's Office / Courtesy Photo
An Erie man has been arrested after police said he was found with more than $6,000 in items he had stolen off of porches across Boulder County.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Area National Guardsmen and their families came together for a holiday party Sunday in Boulder after an overseas deployment that took them away from their families for about a year.   Full Story
 
Courtesy Image
Habitat for Humanity is poised to build a 19-unit project in north Boulder, its largest housing development ever in the city, following a unanimous approval from the Planning Board.   Full Story
 
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
It's going to cost somewhere between $70 and $140 million, officials estimate, to build out the underground fiber-to-the-premises network that Boulder needs to make community-wide broadband a reality.   Full Story
 
John Bear/Daily Camera
The Colorado State Patrol identified a man killed crossing 28th Street north of Boulder on Friday night as 44-year-old Jose Nunez of Denver.   Full Story
 
GoFundMe
Like medical bills for people, pet owners also look to crowdfunding when their furry companions fall ill or are injured.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
It was Halloween 2007. Nichol Mattson and Eric Ellefson, of Lafayette, were at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver. It had been six days since they took their three-year-old daughter, Zaida, to the doctor for a routine wellness visit.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Walking into the Wesley Fellowship building on a frigid Wednesday night, the first thing that hits you is the warmth — both temperature-wise and decor.   Full Story
 
Helen H. Richardson / The Denver Post
The Boulder spinal surgeon indicted on charges of bankruptcy fraud and money laundering claimed more than $3 million in liabilities in her Chapter 7 filing in 2014 and listed her Erie house for sale at $3.45 million in August.   Full Story
 
<p>Ryan Partridge sued Boulder County saying jail employees failed to note warning signs to treat his mental illness.</p>   Full Story
 
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Boulder-based climbing advocacy organization Access Fund, along with Patagonia and several other groups, sued the Trump administration late Wednesday for what they alleged is the "unlawful dismemberment" of the Bears Ears National Monument.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
The anti-fracking activist ticketed for projecting a skull and crossbones onto the wall of the courthouse on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall has asked a judge to throw the case out, arguing his actions broke no law and were protected by the Constitution.   Full Story
 
AAron Ontiveroz / The Denver Post
<p>A Lebanese employee of Boulder-based Humanwire says the nonprofit's founder, Andrew Baron, convinced her to move here and then pressured her not to talk to police when she discovered what appeared to be criminal activity.</p>   Full Story
 
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
The Boulder County Coroner's Office has identified the cyclist who died after a crash on Olde Stage Road last week as Michael Biggs, of Denver.   Full Story