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Updated: June 28, 2016 5:49:18 PM MDT
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Boulder County's district attorney cleared the two police officers who last month fired 62 shots at an armed man in Boulder Creek, hitting him 11 times in what investigators are calling a case of "suicide by cop."   Full Story
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The attorney representing the Boulder woman suspected of killing a local cyclist in a drunk-driving hit-and-run said his client was "hysterically freaking out" after the crash, not "hysterically laughing," as one witness told police.   Full Story
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Imagine you're on the phone with your electric service provider, Xcel Energy's Alice Jackson said to a crowd of about 60 on Monday evening in Boulder.   Full Story
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While they had such a large and captive audience at the Dalai Lama's Boulder teachings last week, members of the Tibetan Association of Colorado used the opportunity to announce their dream of someday building a center for Tibetan culture and ethics.

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It may seem as if Boulder's red-hot rental market is a relatively recent reality, but rents in the area have been rising for a long time.   Full Story
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Supporters of an excise tax of 2 cents per ounce on sugary drinks delivered 9,417 signatures — well more than the roughly 4,700 required — to city clerk Lynnette Beck at the Boulder municipal building late Monday morning.   Full Story
Boulder County is under a tornado watch until 8 tonight, according to the National Weather Service. Several other northeastern Colorado counties also were issued a tornado watch at 1:15 p.m. today, including Weld, Larimer, Morgan, Washington, Phillips, Logan and Sedgwick.   Full Story
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Police officers said they found a 30-pack of beer with only five cans left unopened in the car of the driver suspected of hitting and killing a cyclist in Boulder County over the weekend, who one witness said was also "hysterically laughing" after the crash.   Full Story
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Friends and family of Boulder's Bill Davis, who was killed in a hit-and-run crash on Saturday afternoon as he rode his bicycle, described the 35-year-old as a devoted father and extraordinary person.   Full Story
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One person is dead in a hit and run crash at 30th and Jay Road. According to the Colorado State Patrol, a cyclist was hit and killed at about 5:17 p.m. Jay Road is currently closed between 28th Street and 30th Street and multiple agencies are on scene.   Full Story
Amy Harris / Associated Press
Rock concerts were a summer staple at Folsom Field in the 1970s and the first half of the 1980s, but only have been staged a handful of times since — largely because they sometimes drew raucous fans who used nearby lawns as restrooms, drank too much, took too many drugs and caused massive traffic jams in the city.   Full Story
Wade Payne / Associated Press
With the University of Colorado's $166 million stadium expansion now complete, the athletic department is looking for ways to monetize the improvements it made to Folsom Field and nearby facilities.   Full Story
Robert Altman / Associated Press
Noise complaints have been a problem at outdoor concerts at the University of Colorado in the past. Now, with the university preparing for 25,000 to 35,000 fans to descend on Folsom Field each night during Dead & Company's two concerts next weekend, the question of how loud is too loud has come up again.   Full Story
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People traveled from far and wide to hear what goes on in the head of the Dalai Lama. But for a few minutes, it was the thing on the Dalai Lama's head that drew everyone's attention.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Like bicyclists need helmets, Buddhists making a spiritual journey toward enlightenment need armor and protection against afflictions.   Full Story
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After a gunman shot and killed 49 people at a nightclub in Orlando, Fla., earlier this month, the Dalai Lama wrote that he believes an "era of peace" is possible, though it will take all of the world's citizens working together to make that happen.

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For now, there will be no ordinance drafted to ban the storage of beer pong tables on University Hill front yards, as city leaders moved Tuesday night in favor of simply talking it out.   Full Story
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The University of Colorado expects the Dalai Lama's two teachings at the Coors Events Center on Thursday to have traffic impacts in Boulder.   Full Story
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Sarah Palin will join Donald Trump in Denver on July 1 to kick off the Western Conservative Summit, organizers said Wednesday morning.   Full Story
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A former University of Colorado student accused of using a stun gun on a security guard after an alleged shoplifting attempt has taken a plea deal and was given a two-year deferred sentence.   Full Story
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Traffic slipped around the teams of bicycles in the road. Some were Cannondales, some were recumbent and some had clearly been taken out of the garage for the first time in months.   Full Story
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For now, there will be no ordinance drafted to ban the storage of beer pong tables on University Hill front yards, as city leaders moved Tuesday night in favor of simply talking it out.   Full Story
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More than 60 organizations will be offering free food and water to commuters participating in Boulder's annual Bike to Work Day on Wednesday.

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As more than half a dozen national television productions prepare to mark the nearly two decades that have passed since the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, a suspect in the notorious unsolved slaying is in the Boulder County Jail on charges of sexually exploiting a child.   Full Story
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Two University of Chicago grads behind the startup BallotReady plan to inform your vote in powerful new ways, creating an electorate that can stop guessing at candidate credentials.   Full Story