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Updated: October 12, 2015 1:37:02 PM MDT
A downed tree on 11th Street in Boulder on Monday morning near the intersection of Forest and Evergreen Avenues.
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
High winds in Boulder Sunday night knocked a tree onto a power line, causing the outage that affected about 6,500 people, according to Xcel Energy.   Full Story
Ryan Gooding / For the Camera
Boulder City Councils come and go, but the charter is forever. That's why activists on both sides of a high-stakes Boulder municipal election are putting their focus first on two citizen initiatives that would significantly change how the city approaches land-use decisions.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
The uneasy marriage between wildlife and bustling civilization proved fatal Thursday for a bear ruled out of second chances that was captured in north Boulder, tranquilized and then shot in the neck.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
Thirteen companies representing 17 brands of bikes have joined together in a voluntary recall effort that could affect up to 1.5 million bikes in north America.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
It took seven attorneys three weeks to present evidence in the case of Nathaniel Tallman's death, but it took a Boulder County jury less than three hours to decide that evidence was not enough to convict the two men charged with Tallman's murder.   Full Story
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is asking county commissioners to include $378,472 in next year's county budget to pay for a new "digital content management system" that would include equipping as many as 90 deputies with body cameras.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
As a result of a federal court ruling that found parts of a Grand Junction panhandling ordinance unconstitutional, police will stop enforcing a similar law in Boulder and the City Council on Tuesday night will consider an emergency ordinance to address the issue.   Full Story
Citing last weekend's rains and favorable forecasts, Sheriff Joe Pelle this morning rescinded the fire ban that had been in effect for western Boulder County since Sept. 22.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff photographer
Crews began work overnight to scale back protected bike lanes from four blocks of Folsom Street less than three months after they debuted, following the City Council's decision last week to undo part of Boulder's controversial "right-sizing" project.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
It wasn't really about the haircuts. When people visited Silver & Gold Barbers and Stylists on University Hill in Boulder, they were there to see its longtime proprietor and chief hair-cutter Fred Saiz, who died Saturday at his home in Boulder at the age of 96.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell Staff Photographer
Boulder police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found floating in Boulder Creek near the main public library branch shortly before 9 a.m. Monday, spokeswoman Laurie Ogden said.   Full Story
City of Boulder
Nearly 100 speakers urged the Boulder City Council on Tuesday night not to step up enforcement of the city's occupancy limits and instead to make it easier for people to live together to share costs and create community.   Full Story
Boulder County Sheriff's Office
Colorado has suspended the medical license of Larry Eckstein, a Boulder doctor indicted by a grand jury on drug charges for allegedly over-prescribing oxycodone to an undercover officer.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff Photographer
Boulder County Jail inmate Anthony "Alex" Bozeman and master gardner Sue Biter sit at a table under a shade at the jail's one-acre garden Friday morning poring over gardening books.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff photographer
The installment of a downtown treehouse — presumably the most conspicuous in Boulder's slew of upcoming public art projects — was set to take place next month, but has been pushed back to April, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art said this week.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick/ Staff Photographer
Staff members for the state Public Utilities Commission — the body tasked with approving or denying Boulder's controversial plan to acquire Xcel Energy's local assets in order to operate a municipal electric utility — sided against the city Friday in recommending the dismissal of what they called an "incomplete application."   Full Story
Hundreds of Boulder households bring in extra money by renting a room, an in-law apartment or their entire house to people visiting the city on vacation.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell / Staff Photographer
A shortage of food has led to more and more bears coming down into Front Range cities such as Boulder, which has had bear sightings two consecutive days. On Tuesday, a mother bear and her two cubs took up residence in a tree near Folsom and Bluff streets. The day before that, a larger bear was spotted climbing a tree near Sixth Street and Alpine Avenue before climbing down and eventually wandering off.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff photographer
Rising Colorado rents are outpacing nationwide gains, a recent report from rental website Apartment List found.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell, Boulder Daily Camera
Earnings are down, but Broomfield-based Ball Corp. met expectations in the second quarter, CEO John Hayes said on an earnings call Thursday morning.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Boulder will not move forward with "right-sizing" lane changes on Iris Avenue and 63rd Street until after an initial evaluation of how well a similar installation is working on Folsom Street.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
A Boulder police officer shot and killed a University of Colorado student believed to be high on LSD late Monday, after the man attacked residents with a knife, then confronted police with a hammer while naked, officials said.   Full Story
Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post
Colorado employers added more jobs in June than they have in any single month since official counts began back in 1939.   Full Story
AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post
Uber Inc. is shoring up its mapping capabilities by acquiring parts of Microsoft's Bing division, a move that will give the ride-sharing service control of a Longmont data center and a 50-person office in Boulder.   Full Story
A camper shot at a bear today after it reportedly refused to leave a campsite in west Boulder County, but wildlife officials do not believe the animal was injured.   Full Story