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  1. Finance & Audit Committee Charter

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  2. After The Battle, The Harvest: Programs Help Vets Move Into Farming

    As thousands of younger Americans leave the military — which has been downsizing lately — the USDA would like them to consider carrying the torch as older farmers start to retire.
    News · NPR Story
  3. PHOTOS: Rescuers Search For Survivors After Powerful Quakes Hit Southern Japan

    Two major quakes hit southern Japan barely a day apart, killing at least 41 people and flattening at least 90 homes. Now, rescue crews are searching for survivors and assessing the damage.
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  4. Man Cited For Careless Driving After Ouray Officer's Death

    He's been issued a summons stemming from the March 14 crash that killed off-duty Officer Scott Mills.
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  5. Ga. Authorities Say 6 Dead After Shootings, Including Suspect

    Law enforcement officials says they believe the shootings "stemmed from a domestic incident." They took place at two separate locations.
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  6. Reflecting On The Death Of Freddie Gray, One Year Later

    A year ago, 25-year-old Freddie Gray died of injuries he sustained while in police custody. His family, neighborhood and the whole of Baltimore are still grappling with his loss.
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  7. OpenAir's Colorado Music Sampler: Spring 2016

    Download new tracks from 10 Colorado artists like Turner Jackson, Mesita, The Savage Blush and more.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  8. Semi-Automatics Are Already Used By School Police. So Why The Uproar In Douglas County?

    The answer comes down to who has access to the guns. Many sworn police officers who provide school security already do. In Douglas County, non-sworn security officers soon will.
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  9. Mixed Martial Arts Fighter Conor McGregor Not Retiring After All

    As some MMA fans suspected, the 27-year-old Dublin native's retirement announcement was simply a maneuver to gain leverage in his contract disagreement with the UFC.
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  10. Last Of 'Angola 3' Released After More Than 40 Years In Solitary Confinement

    Albert Woodfox, accused of killing a prison guard in 1972 with two other men, has always maintained his innocence. His decades in solitary became an international human rights issue.
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