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  1. Video: Cyclist wants license revocations for hit-and-run drivers

    Peggy Brown, who's 72 years old, turned in front of triathlete Jeff Wicks in June 2014. He may never fully recover.
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  2. North Fork Valley drilling plan met with boos

    Residents against the plan face a daunting challenge as the land is already leased to a Texas-based oil and gas firm.
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  3. In Durango, Internet anger over 'moneyless' high school speaker

    Dan Suelo told a class of high schoolers in Durango how he lives without money. Internet fretting ensues.
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  4. 'Parents Bill of Rights' measure passes Senate committee

    "Senate Bill 77, to me, only rights the see-saw that we’ve kind of created where parents have felt left out," sponsor Ellen Roberts says.
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  5. Home child care center deregulation bill pulled

    A report last year found there are only enough licensed day care spots for a quarter of Colorado’s children, and many families can’t afford care.
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  6. Lawmakers weigh stronger punishment for repeat DUI offenders

    The House Judiciary Committee unanimously advanced the bill Thursday.
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  7. Colorado's 2014 taxes on recreational pot come in low at $44M

    The haul was well below estimates of $70 million.
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  8. A storm, a journalist, and the working poor

    "White collar bosses like mine tend to understand if a skilled employee is late," Barbara Howard says. But life was different for the woman and child in her passenger seat.
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  9. Pueblo teachers 'mourning' over new standardized tests

    The teachers union there is calling for "a day of mourning for the loss of teaching and learning."
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  10. Highway hotspot for animal collisions will be overhauled

    The 10-mile stretch saw 47 car accidents involving animals in just 4 years.
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