Updated: March 24, 2015 6:22:13 PM MDT
 
 
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    1 person injured after propane explosion at Boulder apartment unit

    03/30/2015 06:28 PM MDT
    One person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries this afternoon after a propane explosion in an apartment unit in north Boulder. 
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    Police: Person dies after leaping from 956-foot Royal Gorge Bridge
    03/30/2015 05:41 PM MDT - Authorities in Fremont County say a 42-year-old Boulder man leaped off the 956-foot-high Royal Gorge Bridge to his death on Saturday afternoon. Full Story

    CU regents approve lowest tuition hike in nearly a decade for Boulder campus
    03/30/2015 06:29 PM MDT - In-state undergraduates at the University of Colorado's Boulder campus will see their tuition increase next year by 2.9 percent — the lowest hike in nearly a decade. Full Story

    U.S 36 deal praised but also rapped by state auditor
    03/30/2015 03:40 PM MDT - The Colorado Department of Transportation's handling of the controversial U.S. 36 deal with Plenary Roads Denver was chided Monday for not being bringing in the public and their state Full Story

    Slip, slidin' away: 1,000-foot-long tubing chute coming to Boulder in July
    03/30/2015 06:30 PM MDT - It's not quite the alternative mode of transportation that Boulder's used to, but, for one day this summer, residents will be able to traverse several city blocks atop inflatable tubes. Full Story

    CU-Boulder taking summer classes, cultural programming to south Denver
    03/27/2015 04:29 PM MDT - The University of Colorado's Boulder campus is taking several core undergraduate courses south of Denver this summer, a move that's expected to help students living in Arapahoe and Douglas counties catch up or get ahead on their degree progress while living at home. Full Story

    Ex-Boulder cop accused of tipping off suspect to mental state as defense
    03/27/2015 06:25 PM MDT - Former Boulder police Detective Jack Gardner -- who is accused of tipping off a suspect who was being investigated for Internet sexual exploitation of a child -- is set for trial this fall, at which time his attorney said Gardner could bring up his mental state as a defense. Full Story

    Girl, 12, accused of trying to poison mom over revoked iPhone charged with attempted murder
    03/25/2015 08:57 PM MDT - The 12-year-old Boulder County girl accused of trying to kill her mother with bleach in response to having her iPhone privileges stripped was charged Wednesday with attempted murder and felony assault. Full Story

    Boulder presents new hybrid plan to remake downtown Civic Area
    03/24/2015 06:22 PM MDT - Where a broad, flat lawn now connects Boulder's Municipal Building and the north wing of the Boulder Main Public Library, there could be hills and hollows creating a variety of spaces, including a "performance hill" near the library and a walkway and terrace near Boulder Creek. Full Story

    Boulder eyes Broadway hospital campus for city office needs
    03/25/2015 12:25 PM MDT - The city of Boulder has its eye on Boulder Community Health's 260,000-square-foot Broadway campus for its own future office needs, but a spokesman for the hospital said there are no current plans to sell. Full Story

    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    "Topping off" ceremony at Champions CenterCU's new sports facilities: Buffs building excitement for future

    MacIntyre says the completed project will be best in Pac-12
    There were bulldozers, hard hats, mud, concrete trucks, blueprints, mud, cranes, lots of noise and, uh, mud, during the last recruiting cycle when Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre brought recruits to campus. Full Story
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    "Topping off" ceremony at Champions CenterCU's new sports facilities: Buffs building excitement for future

    MacIntyre says the completed project will be best in Pac-12
    There were bulldozers, hard hats, mud, concrete trucks, blueprints, mud, cranes, lots of noise and, uh, mud, during the last recruiting cycle when Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre brought recruits to campus. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Aspen Hourglass

    Most people don't play guitar like Grayson Erhard does. That's because most people can't play guitar like he does. The guitarist for Fort Collins' Aspen Hourglass often uses a difficult two-hands-on-the-fretboard technique that Eddie Van Halen first popularized but which players such as Erhard have developed beyond pop-rock vulgarity.  Full Story