Authorities in Boulder County say Boulder Creek is running too quickly Monday to risk having divers go into the creek to look for the body of a missing fisherman.
Crews are searching for a person in Boulder Creek after a citizen reported seeing someone in possible fishing gear floating down the creek Sunday afternoon.
Rescue crews in Boulder called off their search for a missing tuber late Tuesday night. They had been looking for the man since he disappeared on Monday in Boulder Creek.
Rescue teams were in the water all day looking for Chris Danko, 35, who decided to go tubing in the creek Monday night. He was last seen near Arapahoe Avenue and Foothills Parkway in Boulder.
Boulder Fire and Rescue is looking for a man who went missing while tubing the high-running Boulder Creek on Monday.
This week’s snow and rain, with more in the forecast, has brought up flooding concerns for some people living in Boulder.
A concrete pumper tipped Thursday afternoon while on a construction project on the University of Colorado Boulder campus.
If state and local governments don’t meet face to face with their citizens and become a sounding board for all their frustrations, they’ve missed a valuable opportunity. That’s one major lesson learned from the flood: Listen to your residents.
The water in Boulder Creek is running a little clearer after it was running red on Thursday.
Investigators working on the case of a man’s drowning in Boulder Creek want to know more about how the victim’s debit card was used at a convenience store several states away.