Trail Of Blood Helps Officers Locate Man Who Fired At PoliceAfter a 9 hour search, the man involved in a late night shooting in Boulder was taken into custody.
Apartment Complex Owners Could Be Penalized For ModificationsThe City of Boulder said the property owners of an apartment complex could be penalized for modifications that were made after inspection and also left privacy among residents in question.
Students Promised Private Rooms Upset After Code Violation FixesClasses for the University of Colorado Boulder begin Monday and while many living here say they should be getting ready for the first day of school, most are looking to get out of leases they say were too good to be true.
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.
Colorado Candy Manufacturer To Move To New MexicoA Colorado manufacturer of candy and cough drops is relocating from Boulder to New Mexico.
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.
Authorities Take Down Major Heroin Ring In Denver Metro AreaAuthorities announced a major heroin ring bust that was operating around Denver. On Tuesday, they revealed how they zeroed in on the street drug dealers.
Spurned, The Buffs Hope Liufau Is HealthyDavis Webb's change of heart might lead to a change of fortunes for the Colorado football team and coach Mike MacIntyre in 2016.
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.
First Responders In Boulder Use Pet Oxygen MasksFirst responders in Boulder are getting some new equipment to help dogs, cats, and other animals survive fires—oxygen masks.

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