Updated: February 22, 2015 10:05:23 AM MST
 
 
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    Local NewsStudent data privacy bill passes Senate Education Committee

    03/05/2015 06:59 PM MST
    Technology companies would be prohibited from sharing, mining, selling or using student data to peddle products under a bipartisan bill that cleared a Senate committee Thursday on a 9-0 vote. 
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    Steve Fenberg, New Era Colorado founder, running for Rollie Heath's state Senate seat
    03/05/2015 06:14 PM MST - Steve Fenberg, founder and executive director of New Era Colorado, has filed to run for the state Senate seat Rollie Heath will vacate in 2016. Full Story

    Nightly closures of U.S. 36 from Church Ranch to Wadsworth start Sunday
    03/05/2015 03:50 PM MST - A seven-night closure of U.S. 36 in both directions from Church Ranch Boulevard to Wadsworth Parkway will start Sunday. The closures are needed so crews can perform work on the Promenade and Burlington Northern-Santa Fe Railway bridges, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. Full Story

    Boulder County officials just say no to anti-pot lawsuit
    03/05/2015 06:20 PM MST - A federal lawsuit filed Thursday by six Colorado sheriffs seeks to overturn Amendment 64, a voter-passed measure that legalizes recreational marijuana, but Boulder County officials are not on board. Full Story

    Pothole pitfalls: Boulder County snow prompts increase in complaints
    03/04/2015 08:14 PM MST - Thanks to one of the snowiest Februarys in Boulder County history, drivers can expect even more potholes this year as the snow begins to melt. Boulder public works spokesman Mike Banuelos said the city has gotten 100 more requests for pothole repairs so far in 2015 than at the same point in 2014. Full Story

    Boulder to resume enforcement of sidewalk snow removal Friday morning
    03/05/2015 05:13 PM MST - Boulder police will resume regular sidewalk snow removal enforcement Friday morning after temporarily halting enforcement last week due to the "extreme circumstances," brought on by the heavy snow in late February. Full Story

    Boulder nixes new housing in Hill business district — unless it's permanently affordable
    03/05/2015 06:36 AM MST - The Boulder City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to give final approval to a zoning change that restricts residential development in the commercial district, which runs roughly from University Avenue to College Avenue, from Broadway west to 13th Street and is zoned "Business-Main Street." Full Story

    More than 6 inches of snow falls on Boulder as storm tapers off
    03/04/2015 01:40 PM MST - Boulder saw about 6 inches of snow overnight, and with frigid temperatures ahead today it won't be melting any time soon, according to the National Weather Service. Full Story

    Boulder police seek suspect in Pearl Street bank robbery
    03/03/2015 05:21 PM MST - Boulder police are seeking the public's help to identify a man suspected of robbing a Pearl Street branch of FirstBank on Tuesday afternoon. Full Story

    Congressman admits 'overreach' in probe of CU-Boulder's Roger Pielke Jr., other profs
    03/03/2015 02:27 PM MST - The Arizona Congressman who last week asked the University of Colorado to disclose the sources of funding for professor Roger Pielke Jr. now admits an additional request for communications regarding such funding was an "overreach" - but defended the search as an effort to seek important disclosures for figures in the climate change debate. Full Story

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    College tennisCU women's tennis: Surging Buffs eager to face Pac-12 elite

    Off to best start since 1997, CU gears up for challenge
    The University of Colorado women's tennis team is off to the program's strongest start since 1997 with a 9-2 record. Full Story
    (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)
    College tennisCU women's tennis: Surging Buffs eager to face Pac-12 elite

    Off to best start since 1997, CU gears up for challenge
    The University of Colorado women's tennis team is off to the program's strongest start since 1997 with a 9-2 record. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Bradford Lee Folk and the Bluegrass Playboys

    There aren't many farmers left in the country, let alone bluegrass musicians who are actually farmers. But Bradford Lee Folk has always been the real deal. Full Story