'Be A Smart Ash' Campaign Designed To Protect TreesAn insect threatening to kill hundreds of trees in Colorado has gotten the attention of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock who wants to get ahead of the problem.
2 CU Student Body Presidents Disqualified For Violating Campaign RulesTwo winning candidates in the student elections at the University of Colorado have been disqualified.
Judge Sentences Woman Who Cut Baby From Womb To 100 YearsThe woman convicted of attempted murder after cutting a 7-month-old fetus from the womb of a pregnant woman was sentenced to a total of 100 years in prison on Friday.
Survivor Addresses Woman Who Cut Baby From WombThe woman who survived an attack where her unborn baby was cut from her womb addressed her attacker in court during her sentencing hearing on Friday and referred to her unborn daughter who did not survive.
Bear Takes A Nap Up A Tree In BoulderWildlife officials let a bear nap in a tree in Boulder on Thursday because it was close to the forest and not threatening anyone.
Sentencing Friday In Longmont Mother-To-Be Stabbing CaseThe woman found guilty of cutting out the baby of a pregnant woman will be sentenced on Friday.
2 Buffaloes Football Players Arrested In Theft CaseTwo Colorado Buffaloes football players are accused of stealing prescription drugs, laptops and other electronics from a dorm room.
Habitual Criminal Sentenced To 72 Years In PrisonThe man convicted of escaping from the Jefferson County Jail and going on am 11-day crime spree has been sentenced to 72 years in prison.
Bear Cub Spotted Up Tree In BoulderThe bears are back! A bear cub was spotted in a tree in Boulder on Thursday morning.
Colorado State Forest Service Going After Tree-Killing PestThe Colorado State Forest Service is trying to determine the best way to stop a tree killer called the emerald ash borer.
More Options For RTD Riders Via New B-Cycle Hub At Union StationThe Denver B-Cycle program hopes new train commuters will cruise through downtown on a bike.
Sugary Drinks Could Be Subject To Extra Tax In BoulderThe City of Boulder may soon impose a tax on sugary drinks. A proposed ballot measure would make the companies that distribute soda and other sweet beverages pay two cents per ounce in excise taxes.

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