RTD wants more housing near stations. It may sacrifice parking spots to make that happen.
RTD is expected to vote Tuesday on a new transit-oriented development policy that would make 35% of housing units built on its properties affordable.
Opinion: Boulder’s climate lawsuit would be costly for consumers
Innovation, not litigation, is the right and proven path forward.
New RTD boss questions wisdom of still pursuing the long-promised Denver-Boulder train
RTD promised the line in 2004 as part of the voter-approved FasTracks program, but rising costs have delayed the project by decades
Boulder Valley School District will end its school resource officer program. But that doesn’t mean cutting ties with police altogether.
The school board voted Tuesday night to develop a new plan for the district’s relationship with police by May and to fully end the SRO program by January 2022
Boulder Valley School District may scrap its school resource officer program. What replaces it is a question mark.
The BVSD Equity Council, which includes students, is urging the board to redefine police presence in schools.
She thought the evacuation was a precaution. Then the Cal-Wood fire erased her family’s Boulder County home.
Courtney Walsh rushed her children, parents and pets out of harm’s way just as the blaze approached their house on Foothills Ranch Drive, just north of Boulder
“It’s not looking good”: 900 homes north of Boulder evacuated because of raging Cal-Wood fire
The evacuation zone spans on U.S. 36 from Neva Road to Lyons. Jamestown, Raymond, areas west of Hygiene and neighborhoods in Lefthand Canyon are included in the order.
How mask mandates threw a wrench into Colorado’s revived youth soccer season
Varying safety restrictions have sown confusion, and mask orders for players in competition have moved some clubs to decline to play where they’re required
CU Boulder to resume in-person classes next week as coronavirus outbreak slows
Boulder County’s public health order banning gatherings of 18- to 22-year-olds will expire on Thursday at noon
Boulder County health officials warn that unchecked coronavirus rates could lead to stay-at-home return
The county, dealing with an outbreak at CU Boulder, has already passed one of the thresholds that could warrant a shutdown similar to what was mandated in March
Boulder County loosens coronavirus restrictions on 18 to 22 year olds
The change allows 18 to 22 year olds to gather publicly in groups of up to two people
Pac-12 football to start Nov. 6, even as CU Boulder reels from coronavirus surge
There is still work to be done for Pac-12 schools to get the approvals of local officials in Northern California and now in Colorado. Due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, Boulder County officials Thursday halted gatherings for college-aged residents for two weeks and has said that includes athletic events.
Boulder, seeking to stop coronavirus surge, bans all gatherings among 18 to 22 year olds until Oct. 8
There have been nearly 1,400 confirmed or probable coronavirus cases among University of Colorado Boulder students since Aug. 24, the first day of the school's fall semester
CU Boulder switches to remote learning for at least two weeks amid coronavirus surge
The decision to suspend in-person classes comes after Boulder County Public Health last week asked all CU Boulder students to voluntarily quarantine for two weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19.
With Colorado schools resuming classes amid coronavirus, the outdoors provides a safe place to learn
Nonprofits like Big Green and Thorne Nature Experience are helping ensure kids have access to learning experiences outside
As Colorado College students arrived on campus, one tested positive for coronavirus. Now, an entire dorm is quarantined.
The situation underscores the difficulty of higher education during the pandemic as students at University of Colorado Boulder, the largest university or college in the state, begin moving into their housing
After a small Colorado city paid cyber attackers a ransom, there’s concern about the rest of the state
Most small towns don’t have the resources to hire cybersecurity professionals. An effort to help cities like Lafayette, which just paid a ransom, are underway
Wealthy Colorado parents are hiring teachers for private learning pods, leaving low-income students behind
As school plans change and some districts opt for remote learning, deep-pocketed parents are shelling out big sums so they get back to work with peace of mind. Those who can’t afford to do so risk their kids’ ability to stay on track.
Eager to experience Colorado in a different way, a Boulder woman set life aside to forge a new trail across the state
Starting at the Oklahoma-Kansas-Colorado border and headed toward the state’s northwest corner, India Wood is more than halfway through her expedition. She wanted to see more than just the prettiest, most popular places.