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  1. Hookah Blamed In Fort Collins Fire That Displaced 24

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  2. Sanctuary Immigrant Leaves Denver Church After Nine Months

    Immigration officials told Arturo Hernandez Garcia his deportation is no longer a priority.
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  3. Check Out Life Spans Around The World — And Likely Years Of Ill Health

    A new study looks at how long people live in 188 countries — and how they fare. Regardless of whether you're in a rich or poor nation, you'll probably face health issues for one-eighth of your life.
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  4. Avoiding A Lawsuit, Alabama Agrees To Comply With Voting Law

    The Justice Department found widespread noncompliance with a law requiring states to let people register to vote or update registration information when applying for or renewing a driver's license.
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  5. Doctor: The Key To Surviving The Plague Is A Fast Diagnosis

    The plague is in the United States to stay. But is easily preventable with proper caution. Experts say to watch for fleas and to avoid handling wild rodents.
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  6. Backers Say Airport Deal Would Create Thousands Of Jobs

    Voters need to approve a deal between Adams and Denver counties that could spur development around Denver International Airport.
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  7. Retiring Columbine Principal Turned Guilt Into Action

    Frank DeAngelis, principal of Columbine High School, is retiring. The mass shooting there has defined his career, but he has never felt comfortable being in the national spotlight.
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  8. House Set To Vote On Education Overhaul

    More state control of public schools is on the horizon.
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  9. Russia Accuses Turkey's President Of Profiting Off Trade With ISIS

    Russia has previously alleged Turkish involvement in illegal oil trade with Islamist militants. Now Russian military officials are claiming that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is personally involved.
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  10. From Pocket Lining To Jeans, A Niche Means Survival In LA Fashion

    The fashion industry in LA has been bleeding jobs for years. One bright spot has been high-end denim. Whereas $30 jeans are often made in China or Mexico, designer jeans are almost always made here.
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