Updated: September 24, 2014 9:07:47 AM MDT
 
 
 
 
New higher education funding formula to be discussed in Boulder on Thursday

State commission seeking community feedback for new higher education funding formula
09/29/2014 08:26 PM MDT
The Colorado Commission on Higher Education is hosting a public meeting in Boulder on Thursday to discuss a new funding formula for higher education.  
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Boulder's OSMP photo contest to include flood-related category this year
09/29/2014 05:08 PM MDT - Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks Department is accepting submissions for its upcoming photography contest. Full Story

Bond set at $100,000 for door-to-door solicitor in Boulder sex assault case
09/29/2014 04:01 PM MDT - Bond has been set at $100,000 for a door-to-door solicitor accused of attempting to sexually assault a woman in her home last week. Full Story

Ash borer enemy lands in Boulder: Parasitic wasp may aid fight
09/29/2014 11:52 PM MDT - Emerald ash borer has a new enemy in Colorado: A parasitic wasp, one of three such species that preys on the ash-killing borer beetle in its native China. Full Story

CU-Boulder police use Taser on shoplifting suspect, say he brandished 'stabbing instrument'
09/29/2014 06:19 PM MDT - University of Colorado police officers used a stun gun to subdue a "combative" shoplifting suspect inside the Boulder campus's book store Monday morning. Full Story

Boulder researcher: 2013's flood-triggering rains not caused by climate change
09/29/2014 12:07 PM MDT - The historic rain that shattered records across Colorado's northern Front Range last September was not made more likely or intense by the effects of climate change, according to a study published today that was led by a Boulder-based meteorologist. Full Story

Boulder invests in flowery future with autumnal bulb campaign
09/28/2014 12:37 AM MDT - Thanks to what Director of Parks and Recreation Jeff Dillon called "a silly little exercise," Boulder is promised an extra burst of yellow come springtime. Full Story

CU-Boulder tries to keep students quiet, safe on University Hill at night
09/28/2014 12:42 AM MDT - To improve town-gown relations on University Hill, the University of Colorado is asking students — who often travel in packs late at night on Fridays and Saturdays — to consider how their walking patterns and loud voices affect Boulder residents. Full Story

Disciplinary cases for pot at CU-Boulder down, alcohol busts also drop
09/26/2014 05:56 PM MDT - The number of students disciplined for marijuana and other drug violations at the University of Colorado was cut in half between 2012 and 2013, according to newly released crime statistics.  Full Story

2 'ill-prepared' climbers rescued after getting stuck after dark on Boulder's third Flatiron
09/28/2014 08:41 AM MDT - Boulder County rescue teams worked late Saturday night to bring down two climbers who found themselves trapped near the top of the third Flatiron after the sun went down, sheriff's officials said. Full Story

(Michael Dwyer / Associated Press)
College footballCU football: Buffs' Tony Jones frustrated with 2OT loss

Buffs' RB putting up solid numbers in senior season
Tony Jones walked out of the Colorado weight room Monday morning able to smile but not really quite comfortable with it just yet. Full Story
(Michael Dwyer / Associated Press)
College footballCU football: Buffs' Tony Jones frustrated with 2OT loss

Buffs' RB putting up solid numbers in senior season
Tony Jones walked out of the Colorado weight room Monday morning able to smile but not really quite comfortable with it just yet. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
Second Story Garage: The Motet

The Motet has been around for 16 years, but it seems as if they're just bursting onto the scene. The Boulder funk masters recently released their seventh album. They self-titled it because, for the first time, they wrote it collaboratively and, they say, "The group has finally become what it has striven to be throughout its existence." Full Story