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Updated: June 22, 2017 10:14:45 PM MDT
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Boulder County is among the markets with the fewest houses available to buy, according to a new report from insurer Nationwide. The Boulder County Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) has the fourth-lowest level of inventory in the country, behind Seattle, Denver and Tacoma.   Full Story
 
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Prosecutors and the attorney defending a Gunbarrel man charged with shooting his neighbor during the climax of a monthslong dispute between the man and his neighbors over the feeding of squirrels don't dispute that the shooting occurred.   Full Story
 
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A 61-year-old passenger on a bus involved in a crash on Colo. 93 on Monday died the next day despite initial reports that nobody was seriously injured in the crash.   Full Story
 
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Crews have shut down one lane of southbound 28th Street in Boulder near Valmont Road as they try to repair a water main break.   Full Story
 
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The cost of sailing briskly along the Express Lanes on U.S. 36 and Interstate 25 could soon be going up on average — although in some spots, rates may go down — if proposed rate adjustments announced Thursday are approved.   Full Story
 
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Boulder police say the 19-year-old driver involved in a hit-and-run that seriously injured a University of Colorado student last week was racing at the time.   Full Story
 
<p>Community activists trying to stop construction at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge were premature in filing a temporary restraining order because that work won't begin until next year at the earliest, a federal judge said in a ruling this week.</p>   Full Story
 
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A moose and her calf were spotted wandering around downtown Boulder on Tuesday, and police are cautioning the public to stay away from the wild animals.   Full Story
 
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The system of services available to the area's homeless and unstably housed is changing, with a planned shift in priorities that promises greater focus on exits from homelessness and more personalized case management.   Full Story
 
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Eddie Ermoian, a longtime mainstay of Boulder's Pearl Street Mall who could deliver a joke and a no-nonsense Chicago-style hot dog without missing a beat, died Tuesday in Arizona after battling an illness for several months.   Full Story
 
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Boulder interactive toy maker Sphero, best known for its BB-8 droid from the Star Wars reboot, is spinning off a company that will make personal robots for the home and office.   Full Story
 
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The trial for a Gunbarrel man accused of shooting his neighbor over a dispute about feeding the local squirrels began Monday as a Boulder County jury will be tasked with determining if the shooting was an attempted murder or an act of self-defense.   Full Story
 
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Friends and family of the 19-year-old University of Colorado student seriously injured in a hit-and-run crash in Boulder last week have set up a fund to help pay for her medical expenses.   Full Story
 
Boulder is deciding among three finalists for the position of "diversity officer," a new role the city created to increase diversity and inclusivity within its workforce.   Full Story
 
A "extremely intoxicated" man illegally camping near Realization Point on Flagstaff mountain had to be evacuated on Saturday evening, according to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.   Full Story
 
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Early this spring, not a month after he was banished from Boulder, Cocky, the undersized and notoriously vocal "therapy" rooster of Lehigh Street, jumped onto the rim of a horse trough, fell in the water and drowned.   Full Story
 
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Tamii Nunez's position is illustrative of the dichotomy of Boulder County's super-heated economy: Jobs are plentiful, yet incomes are declining. Median household income, when adjusted for inflation, dropped 4.2 percent from 2001 to 2015, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.   Full Story
 
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Linda Lund was weeding the garden in front of her Boulder County home on June 2, her beloved three-legged pit bull, Paris, sitting across the driveway waiting for chipmunks to emerge from under a large rock when she felt what she describes as "a presence."   Full Story
 
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Five Boulder County breweries are among the top ten producing breweries in Colorado, according to a new report by the Boulder-based Brewers Association.   Full Story
 
Boulder police have arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with a hit-and-run crash that injured a woman Wednesday night.   Full Story
 
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The Good Food 100, the brainchild of a Boulder entrepreneur and her partner, launches today with a list of the top restaurants and institutions nationwide working to make the food supply more sustainable.   Full Story
 
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Tube To Work Day is set for July 14 this year as one of Boulder's more unique alternative-transportation celebrations marks its 10th year.   Full Story
 
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The City Council was finally set to vote Tuesday night to adopt a five-year major update to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, a document often referred to as the "bible" of long-range, local land-use planning.   Full Story
 
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The Boulder City Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night to declare the city's "commitment to honor and uphold the Paris climate agreement goals.   Full Story
 
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The kombucha fad continues to grow as Boulder's Rowdy Mermaid brewery announces its second expansion in three months.   Full Story