Boulder

3:09pm

Mon November 4, 2013
Business

New EV Charging Stations Now Open At DIA

One of ten new 'Level 1' electric vehicle charging stations at DIA.
Denver International Airport

Ten new electric vehicle charging stations were unveiled to the public Monday at Denver International Airport. The stations will be free to those who pay to park in the lots where they are located.

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8:21am

Mon November 4, 2013
Politics

Boulder Municipalization Measures Face Off On Tuesday's Ballot

Powerlines in Boulder County as seen at night, Aug. 26, 2008.
Jeff Ruane Flickr - Creative Commons

Boulder voters face competing energy utility measures on the ballot Tuesday, one put forth by Boulder City Council that would advance a city owned and operated electric system, and the other funded largely by energy giant Xcel that would slow the process down if not derail it.

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5:12pm

Tue October 29, 2013
Environment

Dueling Boulder Ballot Measures Attract Dollars, and Questions

Vince Darcangelo

Forget fracking. When it comes to a high-stakes and costly battle about energy on the Boulder ballot, it’s dueling questions 310 and 2E that will chart the most significant course for the city.

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9:51am

Fri October 25, 2013
The Two-Way

Unsealed Documents Shine Light On JonBenet Murder Case

Originally published on Fri October 25, 2013 11:18 am

Patsy Ramsey and her husband, John, during a short news conference in Atlanta in 2000.
Gregory Smith AP

Nearly 17 years after the still-unsolved murder of 6-year-old pageant star JonBenet Ramsey in Boulder, Colo., documents produced by a 1999 grand jury have finally been unsealed.

They reveal that the grand jury decided to indict parents John and Patsy Ramsey on two counts each of child abuse, but that the prosecutor declined to sign the indictment against the couple.

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7:26am

Thu October 24, 2013
Politics

Groups Look to Longmont In Fracking Ban Fight

A well near Trail Ridge Middle School in Longmont, Colorado.
Nathan Heffel KUNC

Measures seeking to ban or limit the practice of hydraulic fracturing are on November ballots in four Colorado communities. Longmont voters banned fracking within city limits in 2012 and opponents in Boulder, Broomfield, Fort Collins and Lafayette are hoping to follow in the city’s footsteps, regardless of the possible consequences.

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