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  1. Colorado Takes Health Plans To People Shopping For Groceries

    TV ads and websites are all well and good, but Colorado is finding that face-to-face help from a live person is often the best way to reach the uninsured and sign them up for a health plan. Still, it isn't easy, and takes time and money.
    News · NPR Story
  2. Could Big Batteries Be Big Business In California?

    Unless the erratic bursts of energy generated on a windy or sunny day can be stored and later measured out in an even way, these renewable sources of power can't be counted on to stabilize the electrical grid. Several battery-making startups hope to help — and reduce electric bills.
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  3. Amazon's Drone Has Many Asking 'What Could Go Wrong?'

    The online giant says it someday may fly small packages right to customers' homes. That's got many worrying about the potential dangers. So, does this sound like a good or a bad idea?
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  4. A Home-Cooked Dinner That's More Than A Meal

    Yelitza Castro cooks for homeless men every other Saturday night. But "you don't make us feel homeless," says Willie Davis, who has partaken in many of the meals. Before he met Yelitza, he says, he had almost given up, but now he has his own place.
    News · NPR Story
  5. Colo. created more jobs than thought

    Colorado’s employment situation looks a little better based on newly revised estimates from the state labor department.
    News · Story
  6. When Obama Takes Questions Today, What Should He Be Asked?

    The president and his family are due to leave Friday evening for a two-week vacation in Hawaii. Before they take off, Obama will hold a year-end news conference.
    News · NPR Story
  7. Colo. could become leader in health and wellness industry

    Health care and wellness is already a $40 billion-a-year industry in Colorado. Economic development leaders see huge potential in that.
    News · Story
  8. The Things We Did And Said In 2013, According To Facebook

    After a few moments of review, the top life events people reported in 2013 can read like a 10-sentence short story — perhaps a fable, or a coming-of-age tale. In the U.S., hot topics included the Super Bowl, Pope Francis, and the Harlem Shake.
    News · NPR Story
  9. Obama On Health Care Rollout: 'We Screwed It Up'

    The president will be taking questions from reporters. Listen to what he has to say and read highlights.
    News · NPR Story
  10. The Top 134 OpenAir Albums

    To look back on our two years on the air, we’ve collected this list of the Top 134 (get it?) OpenAir Albums.
    OpenAir · Story