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pedestrian struck by jeep in boulder at broadway and baseline

A pedestrian was struck at the intersection of Broadway and Baseline Road in Boulder this afternoon.Boulder police spokeswoman Shannon Cordingly said that the pedestrian appears to have suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and the driver of the vehicle, a red Jeep Wrangler, remained on scene.Cordingly did not have any additional information. The crash was reported at 3 p.m.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

two vehicle crash closes u.s. 287 in boulder county

A portion of U.S. 287 was closed for a little more than an hour on Friday night following a two-vehicle crash at Dawson Drive.Colorado State Trooper Josh Lewis said the crash involved a 2007 Chevy two door and a 2003 Nissan sedan.A 19-year-old woman was taken to Good Samaritan in Lafayette. The extent of her injuries was not immediately known, Lewis said.The highway was shut down from about 8 p.m. to shortly after 9 pm. from Lookout Road to Isabelle Road while debris was cleared from the road.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

cyclist crashes in boulder canyon

A cyclist was transported to an area hospital following a crash in Boulder Canyon on Saturday evening.Sgt. Vinnie Montez said that the cyclist, a man in his late 20s, was riding down Boulder Canyon near the 32 mile marker, and he crossed into oncoming traffic.Montez said that two cars swerved to avoid the cyclist, who then crashed but was not struck by the cars.He said that the cyclist did not appear to have broken any bones but suffered road rash and was taken to the hospital. The crash was reported shortly after 7 p.m.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

this week's boulder anti-trump rally rescheduled for 10 a.m. saturday

This week's rally at Boulder's Glen Huntington Bandshell, which will protest the plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, has been rescheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday.According to a news release, the rally is expected to last 45 minutes.The Saturday rallies have been a weekly occurrence in downtown Boulder since President Donald Trump took office. They've typically taken place at 11 a.m.Protesters are asked to bring signs to hold at the corner of Broadway and Canyon Boulevard.Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/mitchellbyars.Advertisement

pedestrian struck by car in boulder on broadway at 20th street

A pedestrian was struck by a car near 20th Street and Broadway on Friday evening after stepping into traffic, according to Boulder police.Sgt. Robyn VanDerLeest said the 20-year-old man suffered a head injury and was taken to the hospital, but he did not appear to have suffered life-threatening injuries."They wanted to keep an eye on it because there is alcohol involved," VanDerLeest said.The driver of the car was not ticketed, but the pedestrian will be ticketed for walking out into traffic and being a minor in possession of alcohol. The crash happened at about 6:30 p.m.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

longmont man dies in single vehicle crash

A Longmont man died following a single vehicle crash in east Longmont on Saturday evening.Longmont Police Sgt. John Wederquist said that the man had exited Deerwood Drive and was northbound on County Line Road when he struck a raised median and rolled his vehicle.The man was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead at about 9 p.m., Wederquist said.He said that alcohol and drugs are not considered factors in the crash, and witnesses said that the man did not appear to be speeding. The traffic unit is investigating the crash.Police did not release the man's name, but Wederquist said the man was about 60-years-old and a Longmont resident.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

erie police looking for suspect in december gas station robbery

Erie police announced on Thursday afternoon that the department has obtained an arrest warrant for a man accused of robbing a gas station late last year.Charles Burge, 32, of Denver, is wanted on suspicion of robbery, menacing and theft in connection to a robbery at the Kum & Go, 2999 Bonanza Drive, on Dec. 21, according to a news release.Police allege Burge entered the store, threatened to shoot an employee and demanded money before fleeing the scene in a vehicle. Police from multiple agencies searched the area around the store, but did not locate the suspect, later identified as Burge.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

two finalists for cu boulder police chief

University of Colorado police Chief Melissa Zak is pictured in November 2016. (Cliff Grassmick/Staff Photographer)The University of Colorado Police Department has two finalists for the chief of police — both of them currently deputy police chiefs in the department. Deputy Chief for support services Ken Koch and Deputy Chief for police services Randy Repola are vying to replace outgoing police Chief Melissa Zak, who has taken a job as the newly created position of assistant vice chancellor of safety.University officials say there is no timeline for the position being filled. John Bear: 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/jonbearwithmeAdvertisement

2 injured in crash at 95th and lookout in boulder county

One person was airlifted to Denver with serious injuries and another was transported by ambulance after a two-car crash outside Gunbarrel early this morning.A Honda minivan and a Subaru crashed in the intersection of 95th Street and Lookout Road at around 5:10 a.m. today, according to Colorado State Patrol Trooper Nate Reid.The driver of the Subaru was airlifted to Denver Health with serious injuries, while the driver of the Honda was transported by ambulance to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette.Reid said it did not appear there were any other people involved in the crash.Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the crash.Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/mitchellbyars.Advertisement

sunshine canyon road closed because of fuel spill

A portion of Sunshine Canyon Road remained closed shortly before 2 a.m. following a diesel fuel spill on the road.Boulder Rural Fire Deputy Chief Jeff Webb said that a semi-trailer driver got stuck on a hairpin turn near the 1800 block of SunshineCanyon Road and ruptured the fuel tank on the vehicle while trying to back up, spilling 50 to 75 gallons of diesel on the road.Webb said that the road was still closed between Timber Trail and Granite Drive. Traffic has been rerouted through side streets.He said the road would remain closed while the fuel was cleaned off the road, and an environmental clean up company would remove it in the morning.No one was injured.John Bear 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

wanted parole absconder spotted in boulder is a convicted kidnapper

A man the University of Colorado Police Department listed as a wanted parole violator on Thursday night has been wanted by the Colorado Department of Corrections since Wednesday. DOC spokesman Mark Fairbairn said that Carl Mills, 64, is wanted on a parole violation warrant and is on parole for convictions for felony menacing and first-degree kidnapping convictions from the mid-1970s. DOC records indicate Mills was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison in 1975. Fairburn would not release Mills' address, but CU police announced on Thursday night that Mills was spotted about 2 miles from campus at the Table Mesa Park-N-Ride on Thursday. John Bear: 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

wanted parole absconder spotted in boulder is a convicted kidnapper

A man the University of Colorado Police Department listed as a wanted parole violator on Thursday night has been wanted by the Colorado Department of Corrections since Wednesday. DOC spokesman Mark Fairbairn said that Carl Mills, 64, is wanted on a parole violation warrant and is on parole for convictions for felony menacing and first-degree kidnapping convictions from the mid-1970s. DOC records indicate Fairbairn was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison in 1975. Fairburn would not release Mills' address, but CU police announced on Thursday night that Mills was spotted about 2 miles from campus at the Table Mesa Park-N-Ride on Thursday. John Bear: 303-473-1355, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/johnbearwithmeAdvertisement

asbestos found in old nederland maintenance shop

Nederland officials will seek bids for professional asbestos removal services after the substance was discovered during the course of decommissioning the town's old maintenance shop.During an analysis of the shop, which was part of the town's application for obtaining a state demolition permit, asbestos was discovered in several of the buildings that make up the shop, according to a news release.The building has been sealed after an assessment by an outside contractor revealed the presence of asbestos in roofing materials, window glazing, vermiculite insulation and sink undercoating. Any material with more than 1 percent asbestos is considered to be an asbestos-containing product.The shop, located at 750 W. Fifth St., was built in 1954. The town opened its new shop on Friday.Asbestos is a

boulder b-cycle debuts mobile checkout via app or text

Boulder B-Cycle stations will now allow users to check out bikes on their mobile phones by app or by text.The Boulder BCycle app allows users to log into their account and use GPS on their phone to check into a station and enter the docking number to check out a bicycle. The app is now available on both iPhone and Android devices, according to a release.The BCycle app is different from the B-cycle Now app, which shows bike availability but does not allow mobile checkout.The stations now also allow users to select a checkout by text option on the stations.All stations also still accept B-cards and credit cards.For more information, visit cdn01.bcycle.com/libraries/docs/librariesprovider35/default-document-library/bcycle-app-handout.pdf?sfvrsn=2/Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, [email protected]

boulder police use taser to subdue man yelling at traffic, resisting arrest

Boulder police used a Taser to subdue a man they say was standing in traffic on Broadway and yelling at traffic on Saturday evening.Sgt. Robyn VanDerLeek said police responded to the area of Broadway and Elder Avenue on a welfare check at about 8:15 p.m. and found a man who began yelling at traffic and trying to stop cars in the road.VanDerLeek said the man became combative with officers who tried to take him into custody and had to be subdued with a Taser.She said the man was taken to the hospital and will likely face obstruction, resisting arrest and pedestrian in traffic charges. Two officers were also being checked out for minor injuries, so the man might also face assault charges.It was not immediately clear if the man was suffering from mental health issues or was intoxicated, or bot

boulder police use taser to subdue man yelling at traffic, resisting arrest

Boulder police used a taser to subdue a man they say was standing in traffic on Broadway and yelling at traffic on Saturday evening.Sgt. Robyn VanDerLeek said that police responded to the area of Broadway and Elder Avenue on a welfare check at about 8:15 p.m. and found a man who began yelling at traffic and trying to stop cars in the road.VanDerLeek said that the man became combative with officers who tried to take him into custody and had to be subdued with a taser.She said the man was taken to the hospital and will likely face obstruction, resisting arrest and pedestrian in traffic charges. Two officers were also being checked out for minor injuries, so the man might also face assault charges.It was not immediately clear if the man was suffering from mental health issues or was intoxicat

jc penney to close longmont store, 3 others in colorado

JC Penney is closing its Longmont store in the St. Vrain Centre, one of 138 stores the retailer will shut down, it announced this morning,The Longmont location at 955 S. Hover Road is one of four Colorado stores that will be closing, according to a news release from the company. JC Penney locations in Fort Morgan, Glenwood Springs, and Sterling are also closing.The release said liquidation sales would likely being in April, with most of the stores closing by June.The chain said the closures are "part of a continuing effort to advance sustainable growth and long-term profitability."About 5,000 jobs will be affected by the closures, though the retailer said it will try to find relocation opportunities for some employees and provide outplacement support for others.JC Penney is also closing tw

lafayette announces controlled burn in south boulder canyon ditch on wednesday

The Lafayette Fire Department will be conducting a controlled burn of the South Boulder Canyon Ditch on Wednesday, according to officials. The ditch runs through Indian Peaks Golf Course and burns have been prescribed in the past at the site to control noxious weeds and improve water flow through the ditch to reduce the risk of flooding.Crews will monitor the weather prior to Wednesday and may reschedule or cancel it if "conditions are not right" for the burn, officials said.A 2012 burn at the site was postponed because of dry and windy weather.Homeowners are encouraged to take any necessary precautions against potential smoke and are urged to contact Ben Mazal, of the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, at 303-661-1306 for questions or concerns.Anthony Hahn: 303-473-1422, [email protected]

lafayette postpones controlled burn today as high winds, warm temps projected

The Lafayette Fire Department will postpone a controlled burn of the South Boulder Canyon Ditch planned for today as high winds and warm temperatures are expected, according to officials.The ditch runs through Indian Peaks Golf Course and burns have been prescribed in the past at the site to control noxious weeds and improve water flow through the ditch to reduce the risk of flooding.Crews will monitor the weather prior moving forward to determine "if or when the burn can be rescheduled," officials said early Wednesday.A 2012 burn at the site was postponed because of dry and windy weather.Homeowners are asked to contact Ben Mazal, of the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, at 303-661-1306 for questions or concerns.Anthony Hahn: 303-473-1422, [email protected]dailycamera.com or twitter.com/_a

cu's 140-year-old 'king of desks' sells for $7,220 at auction

An antique Wooton Patent Cabinet Office Secretary that was donated to the University of Colorado by a professor sold for $7,220 — slightly less than its appraised value. According to the online auction site govdeals.com, seven bids were placed on the desk, which dates to about 1875 and was appraised at $7,500 — the final bid being placed just five minutes before the auction closed. The desk was given to the university by a CU professor, Dr. F.A. "Gus" Garcia, but it is believed to have belonged to U.S. Sen. Henry Teller, who represented Colorado between 1876 and 1882, and again between 1885 and 1909.Between those two periods, Teller served as secretary of the interior under President Chester A. Arthur.The desk had been kept in the Norlin Library, but officials decided to sell it because th

wildfires under control near longmont, no structures burned

Mountain View Fire Rescue has gained the upper hand on two fires burning near Longmont that broke out earlier today. Assistant Chief Keith Long said firefighters "have a good handle" on a ditch fire burning near Oxford Road and U.S. 287, which started as a controlled field burn that got away from a farmer. A second fire, about 60-acres, is burning near 115th Street and Vermillion Road, but firefighters have it contained, he said. No structures have been reported damaged in either blaze.Another fire broke out in Longmont on the 600 block of East Rogers Road, on two mulch piles at a landscaping company, according to Longmont fire spokeswoman Molly Cropp. She said trucks would likely be on scene until about 4:30 p.m. and firefighters are pulling apart the mulch piles, which appear to have cau

west boulder senior center hosting photojournalism exhibit through summer

Boulder's Human Services Department will host a photojournalism exhibit dubbed "Portraits of Ability: Stories of Independence and Inspiration" over the next few months.The exhibit — presented by Via Mobility Services in partnership with VSA Colorado at the West Boulder Senior Center, 909 Arapahoe Ave. — started last Wednesday and run through June 30. It is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m."Portraits of Ability" features 15 photo-portraits of people Via serves, taken by New York portrait artist Sophie Klafter, according to a city news release. "The portraits share a common theme," it reads, "that of striving to not be defined by disability or age.The West Senior Center display is the traveling version of the exhibit. The full exhibit of 25 "portrait-stories" remains

cu boulder police announce warning of fugitive seen in boulder

The University of Colorado Police Department on Thursday night announced that a wanted fugitive was seen near the Table Mesa Park-N-Ride about 2 miles from the campus earlier in the day. Police said in a news release that Carl Mills, 64, is wanted on a parole violation and has "a history of a sex offense." Police said that Mills has not been seen on CU's campus, but they want to make staff and students aware that he has been seen in the area. He is described as standing 5 feet 9 inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes. Anyone who sees him is asked to call 911. Mills is not listed as a sex offender on the Colorado Bureau of Investigation online sex offender registry. According to the Colorado Department of Corrections website, he is on parole for a conviction from 1974 for which he was s

man kills himself in front of police near lafayette church

A man shot and killed himself with a shotgun in Lafayette on Wednesday afternoon after approaching officers in the parking lot of Flatirons Community Church and announcing his intentions. Cmdr. Brian Rosipajla said the man, who has not been identified, parked his vehicle roughly 50 yards from the officers, who were parked and doing paperwork at roughly 5:30 p.m., and started walking toward them. "He notified the officers that he wanted them to shoot him or he was going to shoot himself," Rosipajla said. "(The man) retreated back to his vehicle. Our officers took cover as the man pulled a shotgun out of the vehicle and immediately shot himself." Investigators remained on scene for at least two hours following the incident and had taped off a large section of the parking lot, using fire truc

bnsf plans work friday at valmont crossing in boulder

The BNSF Railway Company will be repairing railroad tracks at the crossing at Valmont Road at 33rd Street on Friday morning and afternoon, according to a news release from Boulder Transportation Division.The work will begin at 8 a.m. and is expected to run until about 2 p.m. During the work, traffic on Valmont Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction between 34th Street and Wilderness Place, and lanes will be realigned to the south side of the street. The on-street bicycle lane will be closed, and cyclists will be detoured onto the sidewalk through the work zone.The work is expected to significantly impact traffic in the area, and people are asked to find alternate routes.BNSF owns the crossing and is responsible for its maintenance.For more information, contact Melanie Sloan wit

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