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  1. Selfies linked to fatal plane crash near Denver, NTSB says

    Recordings from a GoPro camera found near the wreckage show the pilot and a passenger were taking flash "self-photographs" with their cellphones.
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  2. Powdered alcohol ban passes Colorado House, moves to Senate

    The proposal would ban the product known as Palcohol until the state implements a regulatory system for it.
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  3. 8 marijuana health risks the state of Colorado wants you to know about

    Using marijuana raises the risk of car crashes, cancer, and mental illness, a state-appointed committee found.
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  4. Report: Patient safety is improving in Colorado hospitals

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  5. Skiing's world championships open tonight in Vail-Beaver Creek: three travel tips

    The best alpine skiers in the world, including hometown ladies Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn, are in Vail-Beaver Creek for the next few weeks.
    News · Blog Post
  6. Honda's President Resigns, After A Troubled Year For Carmaker

    Takanobu Ito, who has led Honda since 2009, will leave his post in June, giving way to Takahiro Hachigo, an executive who began his career as an engineer.
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  7. Yes, there is a 'Denver Sound,' and here's a brief history

    Weekend host Aaron 'Loki' Johnson takes a crack at defining "The Denver Sound," and provides some music examples.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  8. Welcome to OpenAir on 102.3 FM

    OpenAir program director Mike Flanagan invites listeners new and old to our new signal on 102.3 FM.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  9. From Haiti's Earthquake To Ebola, He Had Five Busy Years At USAID

    It's the last day on the job for Rajiv Shah — who at age 36 became the youngest ever head of USAID. A key figure in the U.S. Ebola response, Shah has his critics, but he's proud of his record.
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  10. After Sandy: Insurance Claim Battles Cost Homeowners, Taxpayers

    More than two years after Superstorm Sandy flooded homes in New Jersey and New York, legal battles still rage over insurance claims to repair the damage. But insurance is not playing by the rules.
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