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Updated: December 06, 2016 6:10:12 AM MST
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
Once again, Boulder County's most famous pit bull is looking for a home for the holidays. Beefcakes, the dog who survived a gunshot wound in 2015, is back up for adoption after his new owners had to give him up.   Full Story
Convicted rapist Christopher Lawyer, a court-designated "sexually violent predator" who was arrested after reportedly being found with pornographic material in violation of his parole, is being sent back to prison for 180 days after the state parole board found him guilty of a violation.   Full Story
A new study by scientists at Boulder's National Center for Atmospheric Research indicates that at the end of this century, the number of summer storms producing extreme downpours could increase by more than 400 percent across parts of the United States - including sections of the Southwest, the Gulf Coast and the Atlantic Coast.   Full Story
National Weather Service

Boulder should see some high winds today before getting up to 4 inches of snow by Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service.   Full Story

Alex Burness / Daily Camera
This was not the place to walk the dog or rock the cradle. Any competitor worth his weight in yo-yo strings knows that if you're going to show up to the Colorado Yo-Yo Championship — held Saturday at the University of Colorado's Glenn Miller Ballroom — you'd better not bring any of that play-school, 101-level funny business.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
A plurality of Boulder voters say they would support a renewal of the tax that funds the city's now 5-year-old bid to separate from Xcel Energy and form a municipal electric utility, a new Daily Camera poll shows.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff photographer
The upcoming trial of a man accused of assaulting Boulder police officers after a DUI stop will be the latest case to possibly feature body camera footage as the Boulder Police Department marks more than a year since launching widespread use of the technology.   Full Story
Shannon Kiss / For the Camera
Standing Rock protests in Boulder on TuesdayActivists protesting local governments' doing business with banks that have funded the Dakota Access Pipeline plan on staging a series of actions Tuesday in Boulder.   Full Story
Courtesy photo
Boulder police are asking for the public's help in locating other potential victims of a man they accuse of committing sexual assaults in Boulder over the past 15 years.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick/Staff Photographer
Boulder police traffic investigators worked the scene of a three-vehicle crash reported 3:14 p.m. Thursday, spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly said.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
The on-ramp from westbound Baseline Road onto northbound 28th Street/U.S. 36 will remain closed tonight following a water main break early this morning.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
A male cyclist in his 60s was killed just before 6 p.m. today in Boulder after being struck by a semitrailer at 28th Street and Arapahoe Avenue, according to police.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
George Pappas was sentenced to 13 years in prison on Wednesday for intentionally crashing his car last year in what the judge and Boulder police say was unquestionably an attempt to kill his girlfriend, who was in the passenger seat.   Full Story
Courtesy Boulder County
The prescribed burn on Boulder County's Heil Valley Ranch Open Space southwest of Lyons that had been postponed Monday due to high winds is underway today, county officials said.   Full Story
Boulder County flags will fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset Friday in honor of Colorado State Patrol Trooper Cody Donahue.   Full Story
Andy Cross / The Denver Post
Boulder is hoping it can limit individual trips and parking jams downtown during this year's holiday rush by offering people $25 in free Uber and Lyft rides now through Jan. 1.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
If transit service into, out of and throughout Boulder is going to improve in the near term, it won't be because of any new projects or funding from the Regional Transportation District.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
In a discussion scheduled at the last minute and without notice to the public, the Boulder City Council decided Monday night against allowing two of its members to phone in to a closed-door executive session.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
The opening of Boulder's downtown outdoor ice rink will be delayed due to problems with the ice. The rink, located at the Civic Plaza on 13th Street next to the Dushanbe Teahouse, was scheduled to open tonight.   Full Story
Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer
Christopher Gebers is destined to spend the rest of his life locked up, Boulder County Assistant District Attorney Ryan Brackley said after a judge sentenced the convicted felon to life in prison plus an additional 342 years today.   Full Story
Pablo Martinez Monsivais / Associated Press
Members of Boulder County's LGBTQ community, saddened by President-elect Donald Trump's ascent to power, now look ahead with fear of losing ground in their struggle for equal rights but also a determination to continue the fight to keep the rights they have gained.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
One University of Colorado football player is facing drug charges and another was cited for assault after police say the two got into a fight outside a bar in downtown Boulder just hours after the Buffs defeated Utah at Folsom Field.   Full Story
Courtesy National Institute of Standards and Technology
Double-timing it has taken on a whole new meaning for Boulder physicists working on cutting-edge research into precision measurement.   Full Story
Courtesy Mara Abbott
Mara Abbott, the Boulder cyclist who competed in the Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer, said her commuter bike was turned in to police after it was stolen from her home over the weekend.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
When Ray Mueller was a student at the University of Colorado in the 1980s, he wasn't much interested in listening to lectures or attending football games. "Instead of spending my time in class, I was in the arcades," the Longmont resident recalled.   Full Story