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Boulder judge denies request to halt camping ban enforcement amid ACLU lawsuit; Trial or settlement likely

A Boulder County District Court judge has denied the plaintiffs’ request in a lawsuit challenging the city’s camping ban. The request sought to stop the enforcement of the controversial ordinance before the lawsuit is resolved. The judge’s decision was, in part, influenced by the city’s rejection of key facts presented in the case. The lawsuit, filed in […]

Posted inCrime & Safety

Man in custody for attempted murder after driving truck through Boulder’s Central Park, narrowly missing people

A man is in custody for allegedly driving through Central Park in downtown Boulder and attempting to run over multiple people. The incident occurred at approximately 6:20 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19. According to the Boulder Police Department, the suspect, Bruce A. Alvey, drove his truck in and out of the park several times, striking […]

Posted inFood & Drink

Boulder’s new Michelin Guide honorees: Speechless, shocked and overjoyed

Michelin, the global authority on fine dining, unveiled its inaugural Colorado Guide last week, featuring 44 restaurants from across the state — including several in Boulder.  Frasca Food and Wine earned a Michelin Star for its quality products, cooking techniques, harmonic flavors, consistency and the chef’s culinary personality. Blackbelly Market and Bramble & Hare were […]

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In photos: CU Boulder union workers hold walkout over ‘untenable’ pay

Unionized employees at the University of Colorado Boulder, represented by United Campus Workers of Colorado (UCW), staged a walkout and rally on Thursday afternoon. About 50 people attended the 45-minute protest, driven by concerns over “untenable wages and salaries” for graduate students, non-tenure track faculty and university staff.  The workers said they’re seeking an immediate […]