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  1. Sue Klebold Talks About 'A Mother's Reckoning,' Her Book About her Son, Dylan, And The Columbine High School Shooting

    Most people think of the attack on Columbine High School in 1999 as a school shooting. Sue Klebold thinks of it as her son Dylan's murder-suicide. She's written a new book and says she hopes the insight it provides outweighs the risk of re-traumatizing victims' families. Klebold answers a question she's faced for years: How could her son have planned the attack without her knowing? And she says she'll never know if she could have prevented her son's actions, but she does wish she could've done some things differently.
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  2. Mini Doc: Columbine Memories Don't Match Facts

    The narrative around the 1999 Columbine shooting developed rapidly -- and incorrectly, a new mini documentary says.
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  3. How to get home safely on New Year's in Colorado

    Coloradans have plenty of options to get home safely after the confetti has fallen and the champagne is gone.
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  4. Classes canceled at Columbine on 16th shooting anniversary

    A moment of silence to honor those lost on April 20, 1999 will be held at 11:20 a.m. in the school's library.
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  5. Ten Commandments Installed At Arkansas State Capitol; ACLU Plans Lawsuit

    The monument's key backer, state Sen. Jason Rapert, says it honors the "historical moral foundation of law." But the ACLU says it violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
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  6. What Happens When A Parent Turns To Activism In The Wake Of Violence?

    The father of a slain journalist in Virginia says he'll work to try to reduce gun violence in the U.S. Colorado's Tom Mauser talks about a similar experience.
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  7. Botched Choice For Afghan Army Uniforms Wasted Tens Of Millions Of U.S. Dollars

    AU.S. government watchdog says the Defense Department procured uniforms in a camouflage pattern that is far more expensive than other options and likely inappropriate for the landscape in Afghanistan.
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  8. Gov. Hickenlooper: Switch To Primaries A 'Worthy Expense,' Columbine Survivor Fights Back From Addiction, Glenwood Springs Bridge Snarls Traffic

    Responding to the controversy over presidential delegate selection, Gov. John Hickenlooper calls state-administered primaries a “worthy expense.” Then, Columbine survivor Austin Eubanks overcame an opioid addiction and now works with other recovering addicts. Then, it will take two years and $125 million to rebuild Glenwood Springs’ Grand Avenue Bridge, but traffic is a more immediate concern.
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  9. Denver's '50 First Jokes' Pairs New Comedy With The New Year

    There are only two rules for the event, which started in New York City and tries to take away the typical pressures of performing stand-up comedy.
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  10. Colorado Pushes For Concealed Guns In K-12 Schools

    Similar legislation has been proposed in North Dakota and Wyoming to allow concealed firearms on K-12 school grounds and college campuses, as a part of a larger effort to expand gun owners' rights.
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