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Don't call it a drone: Boulder scientists advance system to track greenhouse gas

More work ahead before technology translates to everyday applications
Researchers at the Boulder's National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado have developed a new way to take to the air to learn what's coming from the ground. Full Story
CU Boulder's Allison Atteberry chosen for $70,000 education fellowship
A University of Colorado assistant professor is receiving a prestigious $70,000 fellowship from the National Academy of Education to pursue education research. Full Story

Joe Tumpkin criminal case stalls as attorneys fight over access to ex-girlfriend's cellphone
The criminal case against Joe Tumpkin, the former University of Colorado assistant football coach accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, has stalled as attorneys fight over how much access his defense team should have to the woman's cellphone records. Full Story

Skewed reality: Fake news twice as influential as fact-checking sites, CU study finds
To the detriment of reality and facts, fake news outlets had around twice as much influence on the media landscape as fact-checking websites from 2014 to 2016, according to a new study co-authored by a University of Colorado researcher. Full Story

Relative to salary, CU's athletic director hit hardest by punishments levied in Joe Tumpkin case
The University of Colorado and its attorneys said the disciplinary actions handed to three high-ranking Boulder campus employees who failed to report domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach were significant, financially and symbolically. But how much money is significant? Full Story

Bruce Benson now says personal relationships weren't basis for decision on CU officials' discipline
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson clarified remarks he made to the Daily Camera on Thursday indicating his personal relationships with three high-ranking CU employees who failed to report domestic violence allegations influenced the employees' disciplinary actions. Full Story

Apologizing for bad math, CU drops request for break from Boulder's new sugary drink tax
The University of Colorado has withdrawn its request for an exemption from Boulder's new sugary drink tax, saying it severely miscalculated the amount of money the measure will cost the school. Full Story

Sue Sharkey elected chair of CU's Board of Regents
University of Colorado Regent Sue Sharkey was elected chair of the Board of the Regents and Regent Linda Shoemaker was elected vice chair during a Friday board meeting. Full Story

Bruce Benson: Conclusion of no ill intent in Joe Tumpkin case based on personal relationships
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson said his conclusion that three top Boulder campus officials had no ill intent in their failure to report domestic violence allegations against a former football coach largely was based on his knowing the employees and their families. Full Story

CU regents approve nearly $300M in Boulder construction, renovation projects
The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved nearly $300 million in construction and renovation projects for the Boulder campus during a Thursday meeting in Colorado Springs. Full Story

CU Boulder professor pens letter to 8-year-old answering mermaid questions
Turns out, you don't need to be old enough to attend the University of Colorado to ask the professors a question. Full Story

CU Boulder seeks approval of nearly $300 million for construction, renovation projects
The University of Colorado will seek approval for nearly $300 million in construction and renovation projects for the Boulder campus during a Thursday Board of Regents meeting. Full Story

Despite CU position, Joe Tumpkin investigation did not make conclusion about intent
The No. 1 reason University of Colorado President Bruce Benson and CU regents decided on the disciplinary actions for the investigated parties in the handling of domestic violence allegations was intent, according to a Wilmer Hale report. Full Story

Phil DiStefano given 10-day suspension in CU's Joe Tumpkin investigation
University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano will receive a 10-day suspension in the wake of an investigation into the university's handling of domestic violence allegations against former University of Colorado football assistant coach Joe Tumpkin. Full Story

Timeline of CU Boulder's Joe Tumpkin investigation
A timeline of the Joe Tumpkin matter and the subsequent investigation into the University of Colorado's handling of the case. Full Story

Report on CU's handling of Joe Tumpkin domestic violence allegations expected to be released today
A long-awaited, redacted version of a third-party investigation into the University of Colorado's failure to report domestic violence allegations against former football coach Joe Tumpkin is expected to be released today after a CU Board of Regents meeting in Denver. Full Story

More than 23,000 attend first night of Dead & Company
More than 23,000 people attended the Dead & Company concert at Folsom Field on Friday evening, according to the University of Colorado, well short of a sell-out. Full Story

Aging smart: CU Boulder scientists put out reliable info about growing older
Instead of getting distracted over inflammatory information about aging, University of Colorado is intent on delivering the wonderful and terrifying truths about getting older in an easily digestible format all ages can swallow. Full Story

Funding, growing budget helps Colorado Shakespeare Festival thrive heading into 60th year
A brewing pot of coffee propped on a stool was the first site greeting patrons entering the University of Colorado Theatre and Dance building on the inaugural day of rehearsals for the 60th annual Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and that about summed up the buzz in the air. Full Story

Pins, rocks, fossils and jokes: Merchants follow Dead & Company to CU Boulder
Hours before Dead & Company took the stage at Folsom Field on Friday evening and struck up their version of "Dancing in the Street" to thousands of screaming fans, another show was underway in the parking lots, sidewalks nooks and crannies surrounding the stadium.  Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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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

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