Heavy Rains Cause Flash Flooding In BoulderHeavy rains over a short period of time have flooded some streets in Boulder.
Boulder Man Opens Up 'Waiter Wallet' ProductTwo and a half years ago, a Hollywood-based actor and producer channeled his years spent waiting tables to develop the Waiter Wallet, an organizational product for servers.
Phish's Summer Tour Will Wrap Up With 3 Nights In ColoradoThe popular jam band Phish announced Wednesday that they will be returning for a third year to Dick's Sporting Goods Park to play three shows on Labor Day weekend.
Final Report Released On Fourmile FireThe final report on one of the most destructive wildfires ever in Colorado shows homeowners can have a big impact on if their home will survive.
Homes Can Catch Fire InsideThe number of homes destroyed by the Waldo Canyon Fire in Colorado Springs has grown to at least 300. But how do homes burn?
Wildfires: Contained But Not OutFor many people, understanding just how far firefighters have gotten on a fire is measured in containment.
Good Question: How Do Experts Investigate Wildfires?It was a fire that tore across 13 acres -- not big, but big enough to bring in dozens of firefighters quickly as it started to climb into the trees, driven by wind.
As High Park Fire Grows, So Does Place Place In Colorado HistoryAs the High Park Fire grows so does its place in history.
Some Homeowners Rebuild Quickly After A WildfireRebuilding after a wildfire is an extremely difficult process. In the 18 months after the Fourmile Fire, only a fraction of the families have returned.
Conifer Couple Takes Action After Lower North Fork Fire Close CallAlthough Mike and Julie Rasmussen could see scars from the Hayman Fire out their window, it was the Lower North Fork Fire that killed three people last March that got their attention.
Study: Tree Thinning Didn't Slow Fourmile FireA study of a devastating Colorado wildfire says advance work to create fire breaks had little impact on the behavior of the blaze but did provide safe transpiration routes.
Fourmile Fire Marked With New Exhibit At CUThe Museum Of Natural History at the University of Colorado Boulder has marked the first anniversary of the Fourmile fire with a new exhibit.