Noise from above

Air traffic over Boulder is testing residents, creating tension with airports and pilots—but solutions remain elusive

Finally, some decisions on the library district

After four years of campaigning and haggling over little details, Boulder City Council on Tuesday night voted 6-3 to form a library district that...

The latest climate report includes a new focus on pregnant people....

Originally published by The 19th Last June, over a period of three days, a heat wave baked the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures soared to 117 degrees...

Cultivating solutions

Boulder Mushroom uses fungi as a tool for healing people and saving soil—and that shouldn’t sound so radical, they say

Joining forces

On Feb. 1, 2022, Boulder’s City Council voted 6-3 to allow a Boulder Police Department (BPD) officer to join the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task...

The Foilies 2022

Recognizing the year’s worst in government transparency

Library district, fancy fire station, and more

What happened at Tuesday’s City Council meeting?

Brittle cities

As fire and inequality hammer the Front Range, affordable housing might be region’s best bet at resilience

ConocoPhillips vs. Redtail Ridge

The development of “Colorado’s best land site” is being put to Louisville voters, and it’s a contentious choice between plans

“Get out of Boulder”

How potentially unconstitutional anti-homeless policies and a weak social safety net perpetuate cycles of homelessness

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is...

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is a go, and affordable housing is on the way

The victim penalty

By her own account, Kristin Vietti is stubborn—for the last 13 years, she’s refused to pay the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) the thousands...