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Portions of Colorado's Front Range foothills continue to have a higher than normal flood risk this spring. (credit: CBS)

Lyons Meteorologist Helping Create New Flood Watch Network

As streams rise from melting snow this spring, citizens will track how flood levels have changed since last year’s flood.

7 hours ago

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Boulder Creek Closed To Clean Up Flood Debris

Much of Boulder Creek is currently off limits to swimming, floating and kayaking while crews clean up the debris from last September’s floods.

24 hours ago

A warning sign at the park (credit: CBS)

Reward Grows To Find Person Who Placed Poisoned Meatballs In Park

More dogs are getting sick from poisoned meatballs left in a park in Boulder County and authorities still have no idea who is responsible.

04/19/2014

A warning sign at the park (credit: CBS)

Reward Offered To Find Person Who Placed Poisoned Meatballs In Park

There’s now a $4,500 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of poisoned meatballs in a Boulder County park.

04/18/2014

Jessica Shackleford (credit: Boulder County Sheriff's Office)

Body Identified As Missing Longmont Woman

Authorities say the body of a Longmont woman has been found two days after she disappeared.

04/15/2014

Jessica Shackleford (credit: Boulder County Sheriff's Office)

Police Searching For Missing Longmont Woman

Boulder County Police are asking for help in the search for a missing woman.

04/14/2014

Meadows Park in Lyons was completely destroyed in the flooding (credit: CBS)

Parks And Trails Devastated By Flooding Will Rebuild With $13 Million In Grants

Parks and trails devastated by last fall’s record flooding are getting a second chance thanks to a $13 million grant. More than a dozen projects are benefiting from the funding.

04/09/2014

Zachary Meints (credit: Boulder Sheriff's Office)

Sex Offender Claims He Was Stabbed A Second Time

A convicted sex offender claims he’s been stabbed for the second time in less than two weeks.

04/08/2014

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5 Colorado Fire Groups Coordinate Communications

Five fire agencies serving 23 towns and 1 million people in the Denver area are consolidating communications under a single computer dispatch system.

04/07/2014

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Video Helps Boulder County Residents Prepare For Spring Flood Risk

Hazards left behind after last year’s flood could pose new problems this spring.

04/04/2014

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