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OPINION: Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing remains a challenge

OPINION: Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing remains a challenge

Graphene is an incredibly light, strong and durable material made of a single layer of carbon atoms
Sheriff's Office honors murder victim Maggie Long

Sheriff's Office honors murder victim Maggie Long

Family and task force asks that anyone with information contacts the tip line
Activist recalls fight against AIDS, draws parallels to present

Activist recalls fight against AIDS, draws parallels to present

CU Boulder alum helped bring public and government attention to AIDS crisis
OPINION: Cannabis is no more effective than a placebo for pain treatment

OPINION: Cannabis is no more effective than a placebo for pain treatment

A postdoctoral researcher says that his team found no meaningful difference between cannabis and a placebo for decreasing pain, based on the findings of a study he was a part of
Products recalled in Colorado over potentially dangerous bacteria

Products recalled in Colorado over potentially dangerous bacteria

Millions of Laundress products were recalled across the country after many were found to contain “multiple different species” of bacteria, federal officials said.
Good morning, Broomfield!

Good morning, Broomfield!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
FEMA awards another $1.5-million for Marshall fire recovery

FEMA awards another $1.5-million for Marshall fire recovery

The FEMA grant will provide an additional $1.5 million to Boulder County for the cost of managing the Marshall Fire response and subsequent recovery efforts
Colorado ranked among top states in science and tech index

Colorado ranked among top states in science and tech index

Colorado continues to draw many highly-skilled tech workers from California, according to a senior policy analyst with the Milken Institute.
North Metro Fire invites community for tours at Station 61

North Metro Fire invites community for tours at Station 61

The fire district is inviting community members to tour the new fire station on Saturday, December 10, featuring s’mores, hot chocolate and kids’ activities
Decades of service nets Karen Steele Volunteer of the Year award

Decades of service nets Karen Steele Volunteer of the Year award

Following decades of involvement with local nonprofit organizations such as Broomfield FISH, earlier this month Karen Steele received Volunteer of the Year honors from Congressman Joe Neguse.