Boulder Police: Boy Who Was Attacked For Trump Yard Sign Used It To Block Woman's PunchesA 12-year-old boy had to use his Trump campaign yard sign to block the flying fists of an attacking woman on a Boulder street earlier this week.
Boulder Police: Woman Assaulted 12-Year-Old Boy Over Trump SignPolice say a woman assaulted the boy because of the political banner -- and tried to take it away from him.
House Fire In Boulder Under Investigation After Squatters RemovedNeighbors say they are grateful squatters were removed from a house on their block over the weekend after months of loud noises and trash piling up on that property.
Activists Question Boulder Police Response To Squatting CallHomeless activists in Boulder called attention to an home in which several officers were seen responding with weapons drawn.
Boulder Police Search For Suspect In Hit & Run CrashBoulder Police released an image of a driver accused of hitting a 69-year-old woman as she crossed the street.
Deadly Attack At Circle K: Brian Farrar Arrested, Boulder Police Looking For WitnessesBoulder police are looking for three people who might have witnessed the assault.
Brian Farrar Arrested After Assault At Circle K In Boulder Turns DeadlyA person is dead after an assault at a Boulder gas station turns deadly. The attack happened on Thursday afternoon at a Circle K on Canyon Boulevard.
Boulder To Get First Ever Independent Police MonitorBoulder now has an Independent Police Monitor. Joseph Lipari will start his role on July 27.
Boulder Police Seize Big Knife From Man Who Was Reportedly Climbing Apartment BalconiesPolice have contacted a man with a big knife -- who was reportedly climbing balconies at an apartment complex near the University of Colorado-Boulder. He was reportedly wearing bunny ears.
Section Of Boulder Creek Closed After Crowds Fail To Practice Social DistancingA section of Boulder Creek has been closed after too many people crowded into the water on Tuesday and didn't practice social distancing.
With Packed Creek Banks, Coloradans Asked To 'Take This Virus Seriously'As the weather warms up, Coloradans are hitting the creeks and rivers to cool off, and get some fresh air.