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.
Boulder Being A 'Good Neighbor,' Covers Claims After Massive Water Main BreakBoulder city leaders have decided to cover a portion of homeowners' claims following a water main break on Norwood Avenue earlier this year, despite saying the city is not legally liable for the damage.
Palestinian Sister-City Proposal Stirs Rancor In BoulderBoulder is a peaceful university town 7,000 miles from the violence of the Middle East, but a proposal to become sister cities with a Palestinian community has stirred such rancor that the city is considering hiring a mediator.
Boulder Votes To Regulate Short-Term Rentals Like Airbnb & VRBOThe Boulder City Council voted to tighten regulations on short-term vacation rentals.
Airbnb & VRBO Short-Term Rentals Have Some Boulder Residents ComplainingA crackdown may be coming for people who rent out their homes on popular websites Airbnb and VRBO.
Boulder Considering Ban On Verbal PanhandlingThe Boulder City Council is considering a new rule that would ban people from verbally panhandling.
Boulder Begins Inspecting Homes For Hazards From FloodingCBS4’s Shaun Boyd got a firsthand look at how the city of Boulder is keeping track of all the flood damage on Monday.