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  1. Hospital Injury Rates Plateau, After 3 Years Of Decline

    Hospitals have averted many types of injuries where clear preventive steps have been identified. But complications with less clear-cut solutions remain a problem, a government report finds.
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  2. 1 Year, More Than 75,000 Miles: Cyclist Breaks 76-Year-Old Record

    It's been an eventful 365 days for Kurt Searvogel. He got in two crashes, got married, had a heart scare — and averaged more than 200 miles of biking a day, topping a 75,065-mile record set in 1939.
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  3. Western Avalanches Make January The Deadliest In Decades

    The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says 11 people have died in slides this month, including four over the weekend, for a total of 14 so far this snow season.
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  4. Colorado Snow Levels Way Above Average This Year

    Snowpack ranged from slightly above average in northern Colorado, to 130 percent of average in the southwestern mountains.
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  5. Powerball Winner: At Least 1 Winning Ticket Sold In California

    It could take a while before Powerball officials know if there are any other winning tickets. The six winning numbers were 08 27 34 04 19 and Powerball 10.
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  6. Colorado Auto Dealers See Best Year Since 2001

    It’s only the second time in 15 years that auto sales have surpassed 200,000.
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  7. Report: Arapahoe High Shooter Showed Warning Signs That Were Missed

    The Littleton school district released hundreds of pages of reports into the 2013 shooting, as part of an agreement with the family of Claire Davis. She was killed in the shooting.
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  8. Where's This Painting? 30 Years After Its Theft, Nobody Knows

    On the day after Thanksgiving, 1985, a man and a woman walked into the University of Arizona art museum and walked out with Willem de Kooning's Woman — Ochre. An empty frame still hangs in its place.
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  9. Reminder: Free Bus And Train Service New Years

    The free service has been offered for the past 25 years to discourage drinking and driving on the holiday.
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  10. Colorado's Annual New Year Anti-DUI Efforts Ramp Up

    Authorities are implementing sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols and adding on-duty officers as part of the effort.
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