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  1. Ground Reopens At Site Of Killer Sinkhole in Florida

    A sinkhole engulfed a sleeping Florida man in 2013, and he was never seen again. Today, a new sinkhole has formed in the very same place.
    News · NPR Story
  2. 37 More Artists Added To Underground Music Showcase 2015 Lineup

    Glowing House, Edison, Porlolo and more added to four-day Denver music event.
    OpenAir · Story
  3. Commuter Train Derails After Hitting Vehicle In Southern California

    Several Metrolink train cars were thrown onto their sides after a powerful collision near Oxnard, California. More than 50 people were on board.
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  4. It's A Wrap: Jon Stewart's Last 'Daily Show'

    The host of the political satire program for 16 years ended his run with many of the personalities who over the years had either helped him make the jokes or been on the receiving end of them.
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  5. UMS Co-Founder on Colbert Report

    It's been a whirlwind week for Ricardo Baca, co-founder of the Underground Music Showcase.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  6. Chef Wants Diners To Remember Her Cooking, Not Her Blindness

    Laura Martinez defied many skeptics when she opened up her Chicago restaurant, La Diosa, this year. It helps that she used to work for the late Charlie Trotter, one of the city's most acclaimed chefs.
    News · NPR Story
  7. Denver Pastor: Charleston Tragedy Has 'Pulled Communities Together'

    Rev. Timothy Tyler of Shorter Community A.M.E. Church says he's hopeful that some good can come from the tragedy.
    News · Story
  8. Bill to reduce DPS pension contributions passes House

    The district is seeking a $23 million a year reduction in its contribution to PERA.
    News · Story
  9. Denver to pay $50K to woman slammed into wall by cop

    Denver city councilors unanimously approved the settlement with Patricia Lucero Monday night.
    News · Entry
  10. How Schools Are Handling An 'Overparenting' Crisis

    Two new books, The Gift of Failure and How To Raise An Adult, argue that too many children are being given too much.
    News · NPR Story