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  1. NASA Photos Show New Signs Of A Lake On Mars

    The water and sediment flow might have been massive enough to build a mountain, NASA researchers say.
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  2. Mischief Under The Mistletoe: Office Partygoers Behaving Badly

    Partying with co-workers can lead to awkwardness and worse. And, HR experts say, alcohol is often to blame. "If people used common sense, I wouldn't have a job," says employment attorney Jon Hyman.
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  3. One Village's Story: How Ebola Began And How It Ends

    A father brought his teenage son back from the capital. The boy fell ill. The parents blamed an attack by a magical leopard. But it was Ebola.
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  4. Light rail service in Lakewood restored after fire extinguished

    A smoldering mattress ignited propane tanks near the tracks, authorities say.
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  5. Delivering Health Care To The Uninsured For $15 A Pop

    How do you get dental care or new glasses when you don't have insurance and you live hours from medical facilities? Usually, you don't. A documentary tells the story of a group trying to change that.
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  6. Putin Defiant In Speech In Face Of Sanctions, Economic Woes

    The Russian president said in his state of the union speech that the "difficulties" his country faces "also create new possibilities." He accused the West of trying to break up Russia.
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  7. Art in thin air: Denver's Lisa Martin paints landscapes at 14,000 feet

    Lisa Martin is on a mission to hike all of Colorado’s 53 14ers and paint the views from their summits by 2016.
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  8. Oh, Snap! NASA Promises Best Photo Yet Of Faraway Pluto

    A spacecraft on its way to Pluto has just woken up from hibernation. By next month, scientists expect to have the first good pictures of the dwarf planet. All the others have been, well, crummy.
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  9. Colorado Ag Commissioner John Salazar retiring

    Salazar helped the Rocky Ford Growers Association recover from a nationwide listeria outbreak tied to cantaloupe.
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  10. Unemployment falls dramatically in Colorado cities in past year

    Federal figures show unemployment rate falls in all of Colorado's metro areas.
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