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  1. Tommy Caldwell might as well have climbed plate glass

    In case you missed it, Coloradan Tommy Caldwell and his climbing partner Kevin Jorgensen recently wrapped up a stunning 19-day achievement.
    News · Blog Post
  2. Fire Ban On For Arapahoe, Boulder Counties

    Dry, warm temperatures are to blame for the ban.
    News · Entry
  3. How Sound Reveals The Invisible Within Us

    Microscopes illuminate the tiny. But sound? Scientists didn't really see it as all that important, until an amazing invention came along that opened new worlds: the stethoscope.
    News · NPR Story
  4. Lewis, Guilty In 5 Stabbing Deaths, Could Face Death Penalty

    News · Entry
  5. Join OpenAir For Colorado Thanksgiving Featuring A Performance By Land Lines

    OpenAir will play 24 hours of Colorado music this Thanksgiving, highlighted by a full concert from Denver band Land Lines.
    OpenAir · Story
  6. DIA Drops To 6th-Busiest Airport In US

    That's despite a 2 percent increase in the number of passengers who boarded or connected to another flight in Denver.
    News · Entry
  7. Fire Erupts At Building In Downtown Dubai; Doesn't Interrupt Fireworks

    A hotel near the site of Dubai's planned New Year's Eve fireworks display broke out in flames Thursday. News reports said at least 20 stories were on fire. Dubai's media office reports 16 injuries.
    News · NPR Story
  8. Hip-Hop Vocab: The Lexicon Is In The Lyrics

    College student Austin Martin has created a website that uses rap lyrics to teach vocabulary to middle and high school students.
    News · NPR Story
  9. DIA Traffic Down In July

    Airport officials said Friday that 5,019,260 passengers traveled through DIA in July, a 1-percent decrease from July 2014.
    News · Entry
  10. Immigrant Rights Activist Jeanette Vizguerra Wins 6-Month Deportation Stay

    Her attorney, Hans Meyer, says the short-term solution only keeps his client in limbo.
    News · Entry