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OPINION: The government has limited power to stop police violence

OPINION: The government has limited power to stop police violence

A professor at Rutgers University says that President Biden's George Floyd Justice in Policing Act would aim to assert more federal government influence over policing practices at the state and local levels
Black History Month: Boulder artist turns tragedy into beauty

Black History Month: Boulder artist turns tragedy into beauty

Artist Lydia Carlis highlights the strength and brilliance of women of color.
Teen sentenced to work release in deadly Boulder crash

Teen sentenced to work release in deadly Boulder crash

An 18-year-old woman pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and driving under the influence in a crash that killed two people.
Good morning, Longmont!

Good morning, Longmont!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Man arrested in New Jersey due to pictures on CO digital device

Man arrested in New Jersey due to pictures on CO digital device

A forensic exam of the device discovered an actual child being abused in New Jersey.
Pumping Mississippi River water west: solution or dream?

Pumping Mississippi River water west: solution or dream?

Amid a major drought in the Western U.S., a proposed solution comes up repeatedly: large-scale river diversions, including pumping Mississippi River water to parched states
COVID level moves to medium in Boulder County

COVID level moves to medium in Boulder County

More than 10 hospitalizations per 100,000 have been noted in Boulder County hospitals over the last week. 
Colorado reported over 31K road rage drivers in 2022

Colorado reported over 31K road rage drivers in 2022

Last year, the Colorado State Patrol’s calls for aggressive drivers surpassed calls regarding suspected impairment
Entries now being accepted for LAG’s Spring Member Show

Entries now being accepted for LAG’s Spring Member Show

Longmont Artists’ Guild members can display art at the Great Frame Up
Colorado task force aims to ‘be bold’ in evaluation of child abuse reporting law

Colorado task force aims to ‘be bold’ in evaluation of child abuse reporting law

The Mandatory Reporting Task Force held its second meeting Wednesday, and delved deeper into its assessment of Colorado’s child abuse reporting law.