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Lemur Taken To Out-Of-State Sanctuary Following Attack On TodderA lemur that bit a toddler in Nederland is now being cared for at a wildlife sanctuary in Florida.
Daughter Of Victim In Elderly Abuse Case: 'We Didn't Have A Clue'A woman accused of defrauding an elderly woman is facing charges of felony at-risk exploitation and will make her first court appearance at the end of the month.
Family Offers Massive Reward To Find Young Man Who VanishedRyder Johnson, 20, was last seen Jan. 17 leaving his job at Eldora Mountain Resort. CBS4's Howard Nathan spoke to Ryder Johnson's father, who is offering a large reward for any information in the case.
Fire That Damaged 4 Apartments Under InvestigationA fire damaged four apartments in north Boulder overnight.
Coloradan Jenny Simpson Runs To 1st US Olympic Medal In Women's 1,500Jenny Simpson became the first U.S. woman to medal in the Olympic 1,500 meters.
CU, CSU Fans Must Leave Backpacks, Purses At Home For Football GamesNo more backpacks, big purses, or diaper bags at University of Colorado or Colorado State University football games.
There's A Surge In Mosquitoes Infected With West Nile VirusA record number of mosquitoes are testing positive for the West Nile virus in Boulder, Weld, and Larimer counties.
Advocate Dismayed By Work-Release Sentence For RapistA former University of Colorado student who raped another student will not serve any time in prison.
U.S. Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, Allows ResearchThe Obama administration has decided marijuana will remain on the list of most dangerous drugs, fully rebuffing growing support across the country for broad legalization, but said it will allow more research into its medical uses.
Surveillance Camera Shows Images Of Cemetery VandalsA group of people suspected of recently knocking down headstones at a cemetery in Longmont were caught on surveillance video.
Colorado Search & Rescue Teams Stretched ThinExploring Colorado's remote backcountry is more popular than ever and the increase in visitors is putting a crunch on search and rescue crews in Colorado.
Pipe Bomb Found In Home, Nearby Residents Evacuated Longmont residents are back in their homes Friday morning after an evening evacuation.

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