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  1. A 'Forgotten' Murder: Four Years Later, Denver Family Still Wants Answers

    Colorado's head of prisons was murdered four years ago when he opened the door to someone dressed as a pizza delivery man. The killer stole the uniform from a man he'd gunned down earlier -- Nathan Leon, a father of three from Commerce City. Today, Leon's family is still seeking answers about the case, like if it was part of a larger conspiracy. Then, Teddy Roosevelt and the exceptional band of Westerners known as "The Rough Riders," who helped win the Spanish-American war. And, history, hiking, and beer blend in a guidebook that's up for a Colorado Book Award. It includes a hike to a waterfall near Great Sand Dunes National Park.
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  2. After Vandalism At Fort Collins Mosque, Its Members See An Outpouring Of Community Support

    The Council on American-Islamic Relations says that so far this year, more than 30 mosques around the country have been the targets of bias crimes.
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  3. One Year After A Toxic River Spill, No Clear Plan To Clean Up Western Mines

    Last August, 3 million gallons of orange wastewater flooded into Colorado's Animas River, ending up in Lake Powell. But Congress has failed to come up with a way to stop this from happening again.
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  4. A New Approach To Helping Men Of Color Heal After A Violent Incident

    To figure out the best ways to help young black and Latino men heal, a nonprofit will train young men in New York City to conduct interviews with other young men of color.
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  5. Three Years After A Car Bomb Damaged It, Cairo's Islamic Art Museum Reopens

    "We cried so much when we first saw it, because ... what you see standing here was all in pieces on the floor," says an Islamic art specialist. Museum staff repaired all but 10 of 179 damaged objects.
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  6. Louisiana Floods Leave At Least 6 Dead, Tens Of Thousands Forced From Homes

    More than 20,000 people have been rescued from the floodwaters. The state's governor describes the flooding as "unprecedented," and authorities are warning that waters could rise more in some areas.
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  7. As Measles Surges In Europe, Officials Brace For A Rough Year

    If you're traveling this spring, be sure you're vaccinated. 2017 is shaping to be bad year for the measles, with thousands of cases in Italy and Romania. And vaccine coverage is stagnating worldwide.
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  8. After Unsatisfying Answers, United Offers 'Deepest Apology' For Violent Confrontation

    After a man was dragged down the aisle of a United Express flight, the airline initially blamed the man for refusing to leave the flight. Now the CEO has issued a fuller apology for the incident.
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  9. After Outcry, USDA Stops Using 'Cyanide Bombs' In Idaho — For Now

    An M-44 spit sodium cyanide on a boy and his dog in Idaho last month, killing the dog and drawing petitions for removal of the devices. The USDA's Wildlife Services agency has acceded to that request.
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  10. All clear signaled at Columbine High School after threat issued

    Earlier in the day, no one was allowed to leave the school after it received threats.
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