If police are right, Nebraska's Adam Manlove is an extremely efficient criminal. Whereas many scofflaws may only commit one offense in a whole day, he's accused of having stolen four vehicles and caused eight accidents in several different parts of the metro area in fewer than four hours.
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Update: The Boulder Office of Emergency Management was so confident the Flagstaff fire outside of town was a thing of the past that a so-called "final update" was posted on Saturday afternoon. But despite predictions of 100 percent containment before the weekend was done, Flagstaff (the lesser of th ... More >>
Update: Given the horrors inflicting on the residents of Colorado Springs by the Waldo Canyon fire, and those living in and around Fort Collins by the High Park fire, Boulderites should be counting their blessings. The Flagstaff fire near the town limits, which seemed so threatening just a few days ... More >>
Heymsfield.Why is snow so common at Denver International Airport? A new study led by Andrew Heymsfield, a cloud physicist at Boulder's National Center for Atmospheric Research, and published in the journal Science suggests that planes can inadvertently seed clouds under the right conditions, ... More >>
Hallelujah! The parting of the Red Sea, one of the great miracles of ancient times, has occurred again -- only this time it happened on computer simulators designed by Boulder researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado at Boulder. The result, sa ... More >>
Boulder recently placed fourth in the best-cities-for-the-next-decade roster assembled by Kiplinger's Personal Finance and earned honors as the finest place to raise abducted children courtesy of The Onion, whose writers may nor may not have been joking. But the folks at The Daily Beast are s ... More >>
It'll look like this. Exciting, we knowFor 46 years, the National Center for Atmospheric Research has had a supercomputing center at its Mesa Laboratory headquarters in Boulder. This week, NCAR broke ground on a new facility.
The center uses supercomputers -- which can process 76 trillion op ... More >>