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  1. UPDATED: After One Botched Execution, Oklahoma Stays A Second

    The state was set to use a new combination of drugs, but the execution of Clayton D. Lockett failed. He died after the execution was aborted. The new drugs have been the subject of controversy.
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  2. Tornadoes touch down after severe storms slam parts of Colorado

    Several tornadoes touched down Sunday as a line of severe thunderstorms swept Colorado, with one of the twisters hitting near a junior golf tournament in Aurora and injuring a caddy.
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  3. Colorado Rockies struggling on the field but having success in the stands

    Halfway through the Major League Baseball season, the Rockies’ revamp to a corner of Coors Field looks like a win.
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  4. 4 Children, 2 Adults Killed In Apparent Domestic Dispute In Texas

    The suspect in the shootings in Spring, Texas, engaged police in a three-hour standoff before surrendering.
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  5. Japanese-American Activist And Malcolm X Ally Dies At 93

    Yuri Kochiyama spent two years in an internment camp and helped win reparations for Japanese-Americans. A lifelong champion of civil rights, she had a brief but formative friendship with Malcolm X.
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  6. Young Coloradans fueling drop in driving, study finds

    The Colorado Public Research Interest Group analyzed federal highway data to conclude Coloradans are driving about 11 percent per person less than a decade ago.
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  7. Colorado AG asks state Supreme Court to hear gay marriage case

    The attorney general's office says Coloradans "deserve better than the chaotic legal uncertainty last week’s events have given them."
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  8. Syria's Army On The Verge Of Retaking The Country's Largest City

    Rebels captured the eastern half of Aleppo, the country's biggest city, two years ago. Now President Assad's army looks likely to drive them out in what would be a major blow to the opposition.
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  9. Lightning strikes twice at Rocky Mountain National Park, killing 2 visitors

    Lightning is blamed for the deaths of two visitors at Rocky Mountain National Park on consecutive days.
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  10. Radio Dances: Lion dancing with the Colo. Asian Cultural Heritage Center

    With the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival introducing its first ever “Lion Dance Extravaganza” competition this weekend, CPR explores the sounds of this flamboyant art form.
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