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  1. Blind Hiker, Trevor 'Zero' Thomas, Completes Colorado Trail With Dog, Tennile

    After he went blind 10 years ago, Trevor Thomas took a "leap of faith" and got onto a trail and started hiking -- with some help from strangers.
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  2. Hong Kong Protest Sites Quieter After Weekend Of Arrests

    Student activists are again discussing talks with the government, but the two sides can't agree on the details.
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  3. Loud & Clear: From Racial Relations To The Aurora Theater Verdict, Listeners Respond

    Colorado Matters listeners tell us why it is correct to say "lie," and not "lay" -- and they share their thoughts on tiny houses.
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  4. Denmark Might Be Winning The Global Race To Prevent Food Waste

    According to a recent report from the Danish government, Danes now throw away 25 percent less food than they did five years ago. Supermarkets are doing their part by selling older food at a discount.
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  5. Migrants Refuse To Leave Train At Hungarian Refugee Camp

    Police in Budapest lifted a two-day blockade of the Keleti station, allowing migrants to enter. But some inadvertently boarded trains bound for a refugee camp outside the capital.
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  6. On Twitter, Air Force Academy cadets graduate, caps fly, jets roar

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  7. Aspen funds energy efficiency program with 'Robin Hood' mechanism

    Participating homeowners get as much as $2,500 in improvements, paid by fees from homes and businesses bigger than 5,000 square feet.
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  8. Colorado 'Dodged A Bullet' With Mine Spill, Gov. Hickenlooper Says

    In his regular conversation with CPR News, Hickenlooper also discussed the death penalty and his leanings in the Democratic presidential race
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  9. 1 in 10 females at Air Force Academy report unwanted sexual contact

    The figure is essentially unchanged from the previous academic year, according to the Defense Department survey.
    News · Blog Post
  10. Colorado Springs to expand school-based restorative justice programs

    It's worked pretty well for a couple nearby schools. Manitou Springs Middle School has seen a 95 percent reduction in re-offending rates.
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