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Updated: August 25, 2016 6:43:08 PM MDT
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Aerospace giant Lockheed Martin is giving $3 million to the University of Colorado to fund a research center on radio frequency (RF) technologies and their use in space communications systems.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff photographer
If You Go: "Owls and Open Space" What: Wilderness Conservation for the Owl Preserve, an organization trying to get 20-acres of publicly owned property in Gunbarrel designated as a wildlife habitat area rather than a housing development, has scheduled a free public concert celebrating the great horned owls living in the area.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
It's not the world's biggest. But it's a new record for Boulder, and one of the largest, community-created paint-by-number murals in the country, organizers say.   Full Story
 
The Eccentric Artists-Gardeners is giving away plants and rocks from flower beds in front of the Boulder Public Library on Sunday morning, because construction at the site is resulting in the loss of their flowerbeds.   Full Story
 
Andrea Guadagnini-zaharko / For the Camera
The suspect in an overnight manhunt in Boulder this week will be charged with three criminal counts once he's released from the hospital, where he is undergoing treatment for a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head.   Full Story
 
Courtesy 7News Denver
Around 6 a.m. Wednesday, more than 7 hours after the manhunt for shooting suspect Russell Daniels began, Boulder police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly approached reporters at the scene to ask whether an officer could be taken up above the search area in the helicopter shared by Denver TV stations.   Full Story
 
Boulder County Sheriff's Office
In a rare move, a Boulder County judge on Wednesday ruled that the transient suspected in a sexual assault on the Boulder Creek Path in May is so dangerous to the community he should be held in jail without bond pending trial.   Full Story
 
A dramatic overnight manhunt for a bleeding gunman ended Wednesday morning when Boulder police captured the suspect who they say fired four times — apparently shooting himself in the head — while officers tried to talk him out of a parked motorhome.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Under a new series of recommended regulatory changes, marijuana businesses that have long complained of city-imposed competitive disadvantages in Boulder would be able to stay open longer, advertise, sell merchandise, and sell medical and recreational pot out of the same building.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Though the owners of Sterling University Peaks came under fire last week for illegally converting two-bedroom apartments into four-bedroom spaces, they initially considered splitting the complex's apartments into one-bedroom units, according to the archives a local real estate publication.   Full Story
 
Associated Press
A day after denying involvement in phone polling about a proposed soda tax that some felt was manipulative, the Boulder coalition Healthy Boulder Kids said Tuesday that it had, in fact, paid for the calls, and that some of the polling rhetoric was deliberately slanted.   Full Story
 
Daily Camera file photo
Two nonpartisan groups are planning to host an open presidential debate at the University of Colorado this fall.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Some who picked up last week for over-the-phone pollsters calling about Boulder's proposed new tax on sugary drink distributors were uncomfortable with lines of questioning they felt aimed to manipulate, not solicit opinion.   Full Story
 
Matt Sebastian / Daily Camera
Retiring in Florida isn't just for humans anymore. The illegal pet lemur that was seized from its owner after biting a 2-year-old in Nederland on July 20 is now at a wildlife sanctuary in Florida.   Full Story
 
Autumn Parry / Daily Camera
An official in the University of Colorado Athletic Department who helped stage the Dead & Company concerts at Folsom Field over the Fourth of July weekend says the stadium won't host concerts over the holiday weekend in the future.   Full Story
 
Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer
At least two University of Colorado students were working to break their leases with Sterling University Peaks apartments on Saturday following a temporary eviction this week as the complex attempted to fix code violations.   Full Story
 
Boulder County Sheriff's Office
The University of Colorado freshman who was raped by former student Austin Wilkerson in 2014 did not report the crime to police for more than six months as she grappled with whether what happened to her was sexual assault.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
The Boulder County Jail has two new residents, and they are both really scary. If you're a mouse, that is.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
In interviews with the Daily Camera, former members of Resurrection Church and their parents described a CU campus ministry that is initially welcoming, but slowly begins to control students' lives through manipulation, degradation and brainwashing.   Full Story
 
Associated Press
Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for president, will be making a two-day Colorado campaign visit that's to include a 7 p.m. Aug. 28 appearance at the University of Colorado's Glenn Miller Ballroom in Boulder.   Full Story
 
Autumn Parry/Staff Photographer
Callie Kuhasz, 24, has been charged with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident involving a death in connection with the hit-and-run crash that killed William Davis, 35, of Boulder on June 25.   Full Story
 
Camera file photo
On Thursday morning, an attorney hired by beverage-industry lobbyists told City Clerk Lynnette Beck that the petition-backed effort to impose a new excise tax on distributors of sugary drinks is so flawed and confusing that it must be kept off of Boulder's Nov.   Full Story
 
Lewis Geyer / Staff Photographer
The owner of a Boulder apartment complex that caters to University of Colorado students illegally modified most of its 96 units — turning two-bedroom units into four-bedroom spaces — after inspectors had signed off on new renovations to the complex, city officials said Thursday.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Two men inside a Nederland home when it exploded in July after a mishap involving an illegal hash-oil extraction operation remained hospitalized more than three weeks later, Nederland Police Chief Paul Carrill said Wednesday.   Full Story
 
Courtesy Jeremy Cadwell
When Jeremy Cadwell moved to Colorado earlier this summer, he was looking to "find some new things." Stranded on the side of the Second Flatiron earlier this week, watching a Boulder sunset, it's safe to say Cadwell got that — and then some.   Full Story