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  1. Californian Sentenced For Vandalism Of Natl. Parks, Including 2 In Colorado

    Casey Nocket drew and painted on rock formations in seven national parks, including Rocky Mountain National Park.
    CPR News · Entry
  2. Chemical Giant Bayer Agrees To Buy Monsanto For $66 Billion

    The deal will create the world's largest supplier of seeds and agricultural chemicals, if it survives scrutiny by regulators. It's part of a wave of agribusiness consolidations.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  3. Saudi Arabia, Iran Face Off As Sectarian Tensions Escalate After Executions

    A cold war in the Middle East just turned a lot hotter. Saudi Arabia, a Sunni power, and Iran, a Shiite one, have long been bitter rivals, but always maintained diplomatic relations — until now.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  4. How Colorado Fares On 'Pay Gap' Between Child Care, Kindergarden Workers

    On average, child care workers here earn about $24,000 a year. That’s about $3,000 more than the national average.
    CPR News · Entry
  5. Cañon City plans to revitalize Royal Gorge Park after 2013 fire

    A destructive 2013 fire means the park has been considered a "clean slate" for redevelopment.
    CPR News · Blog Post
  6. Pence Uses Colorado Stop To Hammer Clinton, Media

    He urged Donald Trump's supporters to volunteer to help at the polls to make sure the election is conducted fairly.
    CPR News · Story
  7. Tuskegee Airman, Martin Luther King Jr. Bodyguard Dies at 93

    Dabney Montgomery served as a ground crewman with the Tuskegee Airman in Italy in World War II. He joined the civil rights movement when he came home, and protected King during the march from Selma.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. Recent Teacher Of The Year Resigns In Alabama Over Certification Issues

    "After 21 years of teaching in grades 1-6 I have no answers as to why this is a problem now," Ann Marie Corgill wrote, refusing to pay fees and take tests for another state certification.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  9. Jerry Heller, Music Mogul Who Worked With N.W.A, Dies At 75

    A native of Shaker Heights in Cleveland, Ohio, Jerry Heller worked with rock stars as an agent, promoter and manager before meeting a young rapper named Eazy-E.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  10. Silent, But Not Lost: Philae Lander's Final Resting Place Located On Comet

    The lander was the first to ever set down on a comet — but couldn't get enough sunlight to recharge its batteries, and went into hibernation. New images show Philae stuck in a crack.
    CPR News · NPR Story