Updated: May 22, 2015 9:08:18 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
(Boulder County Sheriff's Office)
Libyan refugee Iman al-Obeidi convicted in Boulder assault case

05/29/2015 06:53 AM MDT
A jury convicted former Libyan refugee Iman al-Obeidi on Thursday of two counts of assault after prosecutors alleged she attacked two women at a downtown Boulder bar last year. 
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Bolder Boulder contacting late finishers after gift-bag shortage
05/28/2015 09:17 AM MDT - Aside from the satisfaction of completing a 10K race, one of the perks of finishing the Bolder Boulder is the bag full of goodies at the end. But this year, some late finishers were left empty-handed. Full Story

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra picked to play new, elite festival
05/28/2015 08:58 PM MDT - The Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra has been selected to participate in the inaugural SHIFT Festival scheduled for March 27-April 2, 2017, at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the American Symphony Orchestra League announced Thursday in Cleveland.  Full Story

Escaped rubber ducks captured from Boulder Creek
05/28/2015 06:31 AM MDT - After two days of being adrift in the middle of Boulder Creek, the rubber ducks were finally rescued. Three kayakers from Team Colorado Whitewater helped round up some of the rubber ducks that remained loose Wednesday in the aftermath of the 28th annual EXPAND Duck Race on Monday. Full Story

Feds drop investigation into CU-Boulder's accessibility to visually impaired students
05/27/2015 05:37 PM MDT - The U.S. Department of Justice has dropped its investigation into whether the University of Colorado's technologies are accessible to blind students. Full Story

Boulder weighs new avenues to get drivers out of cars
05/27/2015 10:07 AM MDT - Boulder could seek to implement parking districts around the city with collective trip-reduction goals and new taxes to pay for programs that help people who live and work in those districts drive less. Full Story

Recent rain amplifies flood challenges for east Boulder County communities
05/27/2015 10:45 AM MDT - With damage lingering nearly two years after the devastating 2013 flood, record rainfall is amplifying the remaining challenges and cost of ongoing recovery efforts in east Boulder County. After more than 20 months of repairs combatting countywide damage, Superior, Louisville, Lafayette and Erie were entering the final phases of flood recovery.  Full Story

Boulder cattle get a moo-ve on in push to tame tall oatgrass
05/26/2015 06:42 PM MDT - Bellowing across the mesa, along the often muddy trail and up through the ponderosa pine, some 70 pairs of cows with their calves came rumbling up Boulder's Shanahan Ridge this morning, a foreign presence in a pristine area where bird calls and the wind through the trees are usually the only sound to split the silence Full Story

Boulder High students petition to get teacher's advanced placement assignment reinstated
05/26/2015 12:06 PM MDT - Boulder High students say their teacher, Jim Vacca, was unfairly stripped of his advanced placement teaching assignment because he taught during statewide testing sessions contrary to district policy. Full Story

Boulder County to hold emerald ash borer open house
05/26/2015 11:16 AM MDT - Boulder County has invited residents to attend a Thursday night open house and provide comments on the plan being prepared for managing ash trees on county-maintained properties and road rights of way. Full Story

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College trackCU track: Erin Clark eager to clear final barrier on road home

Buffs freshman aims to qualify for NCAA nationals in Oregon
From the start of the year, Colorado's Erin Clark has had a goal of going home. Now, the redshirt freshman is only 3,000 meters and a few barriers away from getting there. Full Story
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College trackCU track: Erin Clark eager to clear final barrier on road home

Buffs freshman aims to qualify for NCAA nationals in Oregon
From the start of the year, Colorado's Erin Clark has had a goal of going home. Now, the redshirt freshman is only 3,000 meters and a few barriers away from getting there. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story