Course Fees To Be Eliminated At CU BoulderUniversity of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano says the school is adopting a new program that gets rid of all course and program fees starting next fall.
Sugary-Drink Tax To Help Children, SchoolsThe controversial soda tax in Boulder is benefiting 16 organizations in Colorado.
Boulder Spends Thousands To Bear-Proof Pearl Street MallIn the latest effort to deter bears from hanging around public places, Boulder has put a lot of money behind new trash and recycle containers.
3 Arrested, Suspected Of Robbing Sorority Sisters At GunpointPolice in Boulder say they've nabbed three thieves who robbed sorority members at gunpoint.
Colorado Mired In 2-Game Skid Heading Into Arizona GameSteven Montez's remedy for soreness after a recent loss was to pour a little more salt into the wounds.
'Just Pay The Man': Lawyers For Only Legitimate Lottery Winner After ScamA Boulder man is suing the Colorado Lottery, claiming the organization owes him the full jackpot from a 2005 win, in which he had the only legitimate ticket.
Winner Sues Colorado Lottery For Millions Over Fixed JackpotA Boulder man filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Colorado Lottery, arguing he should be declared the sole winner of a 2005 drawing.
Police: Sorority Sisters Robbed At GunpointThree women in the Pi Beta Phi sorority say they were robbed at gunpoint late Sunday night.
Google Closer To Bringing 1,500 Jobs To Front RangeGoogle is closer to completing the first phase of its new campus in Boulder.
Police Search For Woman Who Pepper Sprayed OfficerPolice are searching for a woman who they say pepper sprayed an officer Tuesday night.
Group Trying To Bring Amazon's 50,000 Jobs To ColoradoThe site of a former tech giant in Boulder County could be a lure to bring Amazon's second headquarters to the area.
No. 7 Washington Faces Colorado In Pac-12 Title game RematchThis is a rematch of the Pac-12 title game a season ago, when Washington routed Colorado 41-10.