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  1. Loveland takes proactive approach to preventing ash borers

    The city plans to remove 50 to 100 of its trees this year in an attempt to reduce the potential spread of a destructive beetle.
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  2. CU-Boulder graduate Kate Brown becomes Oregon's governor

    Brown graduated in 1981 and is the first openly bisexual governor in the United States.
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  3. Ex-DEA heads back marijuana lawsuit against Colorado

    In 2013, eight of the former DEA leaders wanted the federal government to stop recreational marijuana laws before they were implemented.
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  4. Voter ID bills scheduled for committee hearings

    When we interviewed the new Secretary of State, Wayne Williams, earlier this year, he said this type of voter ID law was part of his agenda.
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  5. Denver water use hits 40 year low

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  6. Colorado oil drillers to cut back operations amid falling prices

    Oil prices have dropped by half since this summer -- and in response, drillers are slashing budgets for the coming year.
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  7. Colorado Springs bomb suspect had 'different motive' than NAACP attack

    FBI says target of suspect's "criminal actions was not the NAACP."
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  8. 'Hateful Eight' cast, crew burn skis in Telluride in quest for snow

    In an appeal to "Ullr," an ancient Norse god, for much-needed snow, the film's cast and crew threw a "ski burn" earlier this week.
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  9. GPS leads to body in car wreck 400 feet down Red Mountain Pass

    The Ouray County Coroner hasn't yet ruled on a cause of death for 28-year-old Jin Junge, of Copenhagen.
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  10. Thousands sign up for private health coverage in Colorado but numbers below projections

    Most people who signed up for insurance in 2015 -- roughly 68 percent -- were re-enrolling.
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