Winter Bike To Work Day

Colorado natives and committed transplants are suiting up for Boulder’s ninth annual Winter Bike to Work Day. KGNU’s Alexis Kenyon talks with Sue Prant, one of the event’s organizers and executive director of Community Cycles, about what she calls a […]

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Violent 800-Page Manifesto Leads To Boulder Arrest

Listen: Boulder Police put out a shelter-in-place order Tuesday for the University Hill neighborhood after police learned of a suspect that forced an evacuation of the area’s elementary school.  Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said in a press conference Tuesday afternoon […]

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Boulder Is Getting Old

Boulder is getting older. Over the next two decades, the number of people over the age of 80 will grow more than 244% in Boulder county while population numbers for almost every other age group under 65 will decline. KGNU’s […]

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The Science Behind Wind Storms

Wind gusts between 80 and 100 miles per hour ripped through Colorado’s Front Range yesterday. By late afternoon, some sixty thousand people were without electricity. Winter Storm Bankston started in California, dumping snow in the Sierras and Utah. Much-need precipitation […]

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