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  1. Flood Zones Could Expand, Raising Costs For Some Coloradans

    An expansion could trigger more stringent construction regulations and require more homeowners to get flood insurance.
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  2. Denver Police Won't Enforce Panhandling Ordinance

    The ACLU of Colorado commended the city's prompt action on Friday.
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  3. Bill Cosby Sues Women Who Accused Him Of Sexual Misconduct

    Bill Cosby went on the offensive against seven of the women. His lawsuits accuse them of making false accusations against him for financial gain.
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  4. Soccer Star Abby Wambach Prepares For Her Final Game

    Wambach leads the U.S. women's national team into a Victory Tour match against China in New Orleans tonight. Then, she'll retire after a career full of team championships and personal achievements.
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  5. CU Boulder Studying Impact Of Exercise On Older Brains

    The study aims to zero in on two things: the intensity of the exercise and whether improvements in brain function improve quality of life.
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  6. Cyclist's Body Found At Ute Canyon Overlook

    National Park Service spokeswoman Arlene Jackson says it's believed the man was riding alone in the Tour of the Moon event.
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  7. After Mass Shooting, An Oregon Community Seeks Answers

    A rural Oregon community tries to make sense of a mass shooting that left 10 dead at a community college.
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  8. Ayn Rand's Novel 'Ideal' To Be Published Next Year

    Rand wrote Ideal as a novel in 1934, but didn't like it and set it aside. Later, she reworked it as a play. The New American Library says Ideal will be published in the form in which Rand intended it.
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  9. Major League Baseball Denies Pete Rose's Request For Reinstatement

    MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has decided not to lift the ban on Pete Rose, meaning the legendary hitter also will not be eligible for the Hall of Fame.
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  10. Most-Shared In 2015: Stories That Grabbed The Two-Way's Readers

    The metric of sheer page views only goes so far. We wanted to see which posts resonated enough with people that a high rate of readers shared them with friends and followers.
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