Boulder County


Thu November 14, 2013

New October Whooping Cough Cases Push Colo. Total Over 1,000

Officials are warning that people should check to make sure their childhood whooping cough vaccine is up-to-date.
Douglas Demaio Army Medicine

Another 100 cases of whooping cough, or pertussis were reported in Colorado during the last two weeks of October. Jefferson and Boulder counties had the highest number of cases.

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Tue November 5, 2013

Too Late To Mail It; Here’s Where To Drop Off Your Ballot

Chris Kelly Creative Commons/Flickr

It’s Election Day in Colorado. This marks the first election with the state’s new voting rules and the first in which all voters received a mail ballot.

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Thu October 31, 2013
Colorado Floods

Watch A Flood Ravaged Colorado Road Get Rebuilt In 3 Minutes

A screencap from James Balog's video showing the damage to North Cedar Brook Road in Pinewood Hills.

More than a month after floodwater soaked the state, washing out roads and bridges, state and local crews are rushing to get those roads reopened before the winter. Many mountain roads were hit hardest, with North Cedar Brook Road in Pinewood Hills one of many on the list.

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Wed October 2, 2013
Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown Impacting Colorado's Federal Labs

Impact of the shutdown, as seen in a screencap of the National Institute of Standards and Technology website

Thousands of Colorado employees have been furloughed due to the government shutdown. Included in that number are more than 3,600 federal laboratory workers in Boulder County.

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Thu September 26, 2013
Colorado Flood

E. Coli Left Behind By Boulder Floodwaters

Standing water left by flooding in Boulder, Colo., Sept 13.
Credit Dan Greenwood / KUNC

Residents with private wells in unincorporated areas of Boulder County are dealing with another side effect of the flooding. Their water may be unusable.

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