Updated: August 10, 2015 8:05:22 PM MDT
 
 
 
 
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Families, advocates take to Boulder's Pearl Street Mall to raise awareness of heroin overdoses

08/31/2015 07:05 PM MDT
Eight months ago, Colleen Neumann lost her brother to a heroin overdose. On Monday, she was on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall hoping to raise awareness so others won't have to go through the same sort of loss. 
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Boulder County health officials confirm three West Nile virus cases
08/31/2015 06:23 PM MDT - Three human West Nile virus infections - one each in Longmont, Gunbarrel and Superior - have been confirmed by Boulder County Public Health. Full Story

Boulder County offers bus tours to celebrate open space program's 40th anniversary
08/31/2015 12:32 PM MDT - Boulder County's Parks and Open Space Department is offering three September bus tours of selected county-preserved properties, as part of its celebration of the 40th anniversary of its parks and open space program. Full Story

Energy secretary extols science, durability of Iran nuclear deal during CU-Boulder visit
08/31/2015 02:46 PM MDT - Without super-fast computing capabilities, advanced science and simulators that can precisely mimic the heat and intensity of nuclear reactions, the U.S. and its world partners would not be able to effectively monitor Iran's nuclear activities. Full Story

CU sororities' 'Go Greek' chalk writings vandalized with 'Get Raped' messages
08/31/2015 06:27 PM MDT - An unknown person wrote about the sexual assault of sorority members on several chalk advertisements for the University of Colorado's Greek life programs on campus Monday. Full Story

Boulder advises alternate routes as Iris Avenue sinkhole repair continues
08/31/2015 10:57 AM MDT - Iris Avenue will be reduced to one lane of traffic near Folsom Street this morning as crews continue to repair a sinkhole that opened up in the road Sunday and swallowed a car. Full Story

Advocacy group protests potential Naropa prairie dog extermination
08/31/2015 06:39 AM MDT - About 10 protesters waved signs at motorists Sunday in front of the Naropa's Nalanda campus, saying they want to educate the community about a potential prairie dog extermination. Full Story

Boulder NCAR observatory marks 75 years of staring into the sun
08/31/2015 01:36 PM MDT - At the genesis of the solar system, there was the sun. The founding of the High Altitude Observatory at the National Center for Atmospheric Research didn't come until about 4,599,999,925 years later. Its anniversary being celebrated Monday through Thursday is only number 75, so its scientists have some catching up to do in fully understanding the dynamics of the fiery ball of gas driving every life system on our planet Full Story

CU launching expanded center for intellectual, political diversity
08/28/2015 01:35 PM MDT - The left-leaning University of Colorado is hoping to expand intellectual and political diversity on the Boulder campus with the creation of the Center for Western Civilization, Thought and Policy, the university announced Friday. Full Story

Rep. Jared Polis hosting climate change roundtable at CU-Boulder
08/28/2015 01:55 PM MDT - Colorado's approach to climate change will be the topic of a roundtable hosted by U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., Monday morning at the University of Colorado Law School. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs not sure what to expect from Hawaii

CU faces challenge in game preparation
The Hawaii team that Colorado will see on Thursday figures to look a whole lot different than the Hawaii team that came to Boulder a year ago. Full Story
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College footballCU football: Buffs not sure what to expect from Hawaii

CU faces challenge in game preparation
The Hawaii team that Colorado will see on Thursday figures to look a whole lot different than the Hawaii team that came to Boulder a year ago. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Bud Bronson & The Good Timers

Bud Bronson & The Good Timers are hard not to like. They're charismatic guys who play fun music, and their shows are, plainly speaking, a really good time. They have a Ridgemont High vibe that in other hands could be gimmicky but here verges on the profound. Full Story