Updated: September 21, 2014 10:15:54 AM MDT
 
 
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    Louisville woman is Boulder County's second human case of 'rabbit fever'

    09/18/2014 06:49 AM MDT
    A Louisville woman has tested positive for tularemia, the second human case of "rabbit fever" in Boulder County this year. 
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    Man, 33, found dead near Glacier Creek in Rocky Mountain National Park
    09/18/2014 06:50 AM MDT - At 11:30 a.m., the man's body was discovered along the shoreline next to Glacier Creek, according to park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson, who said that rangers reached the body and confirmed the death at about noon. Full Story

    Missing driver says he woke up in field of donkeys
    09/17/2014 10:06 AM MDT - ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — A driver who went missing after a one-car rollover in New Mexico says he later woke up in a field of donkeys. Full Story

    Superior family stranded in Mexico after Hurricane Odile hits Cabo San Lucas
    09/18/2014 06:49 AM MDT - Two Superior residents have been stranded at a hotel in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, after Hurricane Odile ripped through Los Cabos overnight Sunday, and family members still have not been able to contact them. Full Story

    Longmont man a plaintiff in class-action suit against edible marijuana company
    09/16/2014 06:36 PM MDT - A Longmont man is among the plaintiffs named a class-action lawsuit filed late last month against a Denver edible marijuana products maker on the grounds the company served chocolate bars to people at the Denver County Fair without telling them that the bars contained THC. Full Story

    Boulder DA: Alleged Longmont kidnapper may have exploited other minors
    09/16/2014 06:21 PM MDT - Boulder County's top sexual assault prosecutor says her office has only reached "the tip of the iceberg" of an alleged history of sexual exploitation by a Longmont man who already stands accused of kidnapping a 14-year-old Connecticut girl last month. Full Story

    After being trashed, Purdy the parakeet finds new home
    09/17/2014 11:46 AM MDT - From the depths of a trash can, to a Humane Society shelter to a new home with some Longmont animal lovers; it's been a heck of a few last few weeks for Purdy the parakeet. Full Story

    Divers, dogs come up empty in search for signs of missing Boulder man
    09/17/2014 06:48 AM MDT - Divers and a K-9 search team returned to Highland Lake near Mead on Tuesday — their second visit to the site this month — but once again were unable to find any sign of a Boulder man missing since July. Full Story

    Longmont participating in National Drive Electric Week
    09/15/2014 06:58 PM MDT - National Drive Electric Week events in Boulder CountyWednesday What: Two Nissan Leafs that the city of Longmont has added to its fleet will be unveiled, with test drives available When/where: 1 p. Full Story

    Development on outskirts of Golden will tap Red Rocks, I-70 travelers
    09/17/2014 10:19 AM MDT - A development off Interstate 70 in Golden has been revived and is moving forward, hoping to draw Red Rocks concertgoers and people traveling to and from the mountains. Full Story

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    College footballCU football: Buffs making progress offensively

    However, Lindgren looking for more in run game, on scoreboard
    Brian Lindgren likes what he is seeing from the Colorado offense, but he's not satisfied. The Buffaloes' offensive coordinator has overseen an offense that has gained more than 400 total yards of production for three straight weeks. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    College footballCU football: Buffs making progress offensively

    However, Lindgren looking for more in run game, on scoreboard
    Brian Lindgren likes what he is seeing from the Colorado offense, but he's not satisfied. The Buffaloes' offensive coordinator has overseen an offense that has gained more than 400 total yards of production for three straight weeks. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
    Second Story Garage: Slow Caves

    Slow Caves has an image, and that's a great advantage when you're a new band. Identity usually comes slow and by default in the textbook cycle of band life. But it came almost from the outset for this Fort Collins quintet, and its SoCal sheen, youthful swagger and skateboard cool seem, if not intentional, at least immediate to the project. Full Story