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  1. Historically busy, controversial legislative session ends in Colo.

    Colorado's state legislature finished its work for the year Wednesday afternoon. In the end, a session marked by late nights and big fights wrapped up on a calmer note, with lawmakers zipping through their final votes, before breaking for the next eight months.
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  2. Scotland's Independence Vote And The Fate Of Britain's Nuclear Subs

    The Scottish vote next month but it's not entirely clear whether they would keep the pound and the BBC. And then there's the naval base with Britain's nuclear subs.
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  3. How marketers turned rugged Colorado into a 'vacationland'

    Marketing Colorado’s natural beauty changed the state's landscape and how people experienced it.
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  4. Heavy rains flood roads, strand cars in Colorado

    "It has rained over the course of the last day over almost every square inch of the state Colorado," state climatologist Nolan Doesken says.
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  5. Another Peaceful Night In Ferguson

    The protests were largely peaceful in the St. Louis suburb for a third consecutive night.
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  6. How Foster Farms Is Solving The Case Of The Mystery Salmonella

    Foster Farms has been accused of poisoning its customers with salmonella bacteria. But in recent months, the company has become a leader in the poultry industry's fight against the foodborne pathogen.
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  7. Colorado pot sales hit new high in June

    Through the first half of 2014, customers from around the world have spent $115 million on recreational marijuana in Colorado.
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  8. In Haiti, An 'American Idol'-Style Contest About Child Slavery

    Last week, thousands of Haitians gathered in a stadium for the final round in a national songwriting contest. The topic: restavek, the term for the thousands of children who are modern-day slaves.
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  9. Loud and Clear: Listeners react to our coverage of the Arapahoe school shooting

    Listeners say they were enlightened and moved by the coverage, but we may have missed the mark on another story.
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  10. Bucking Legal Trend, Federal Judge Upholds Louisiana's Ban On Gay Marriage

    U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman ruled that sexual orientation has not been found to be a protected class and that the state has a legitimate interest in keeping marriage between a man and a woman.
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