What Do You Think Of Paid Parking At Chautauqua Park? Boulder Wants Your OpinionPaying to park at Chautauqua Park in Boulder could become a permanent thing, at least for the next five years. The Boulder City Council wants to hear your opinion.
Thybulle Paces Washington Past Colorado 82-59Matisse Thybulle scored 24 of his career-high 26 points in the second half and Noah Dickerson added 14 as Washington snapped a three-game losing skid by pulling away for an 82-59 victory over Colorado in a Pac-12 Conference game on Saturday night.
Increased Patrols Help Reduce Crashes On Highway 36 Increased patrols along U.S. Highway 36 between Denver and Boulder must be working because crashes are down 33 percent.
Ty Evans Plans To Enroll Early At CUTy Evans, one of the top quarterbacks in Colorado, committed to the University of Colorado last month. Since then, the Palmer Ridge student has received a lot of interest.
Man Arrested, Accused Of Handcuffing, Demanding Money From VictimsPolice in Boulder arrested a man accused of handcuffing and assaulting victims at a business.
CU Downs Stanford 64-56Lucas Siewert scored a career-high 17 points, including a pair of 3-pointers down the stretch, and the Colorado Buffaloes beat the Stanford Cardinal 64-56 Sunday for their third win in a row.
Organizers Prepare For Boulder International Film FestivalOrganizers are gearing up for the 14th Annual Boulder International Film Festival, bringing films and filmmakers from across the world here to Colorado.
Popular Park Paid Parking Program Could Be ExtendedPaying to park at Chautauqua Park in Boulder could become a permanent thing.
Police Arrest Two Suspects For Sword Attack Near CU BoulderPolice at the University of Colorado-Boulder say a man was injured by a sword-wielding suspect near campus on Wednesday.
Colorado Holds Utah To Season-Low, Takes Victory 67-55McKinley Wright scored 21 points, Lucas Siewert had 13 and Colorado held Utah to a season-low point total in beating the Utes 67-55 on Friday night.
Colorado Regulators Ban Controversial Cremation CompanyColorado officials have revoked the license of Heritage Cremation Provider, a cremation service that has been the subject of an ongoing CBS4 investigation.
CU Boulder Pays Shakespeare Performers Despite CancellationThe University of Colorado in Boulder will have to pay the Colorado Shakespeare Festival even though there won't be any performances.

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