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  1. They're No. 1: U.S. Wins Math Olympiad For First Time In 21 Years

    America's top math students went head-to-head with competitors from more than 100 countries — and they won. "If you can even solve one question," their head coach says, "you're a bit of a genius."
    News · NPR Story
  2. Juantio Becenti's 'The Forest at Dawn' plus Beethoven, Debussy and Charles Ives

    In our new installment of Composer & Curator, a program built around a piece inspired by Colorado's La Plata Mountains.
    Classical · Blog Post
  3. That Salmon On The Menu Might Be A Fraud — Especially In Winter

    Diners were likely to get duped 67 percent of the time when ordering salmon in restaurants out of season, a survey says. Much of the deception involved farmed salmon passed off as more expensive wild.
    News · NPR Story
  4. Latest Battle Over Legalizing Marijuana Hits The Polls In Ohio

    If a ballot measure is approved, Ohio could become the fifth state to legalize recreational marijuana. But a dueling initiative could lead to a court fight.
    News · NPR Story
  5. In Pueblo, Heroin Hits Hard But Treatment Options Are Sparse

    Only 6 percent of Colorado's population lives in southeast Colorado, yet it represents 18.1 percent of heroin treatment admissions.
    News · Story
  6. Did Coloradans Start A Trend Against Hosting The Olympics?

    Boston pulled a bid for the 2024 summer games at the last minute. Other cities aren't rushing to host, either.
    News · Story
  7. Teaching Teachers To Teach: It's Not So Elementary

    How are great teachers created? Practice, practice, practice, says Deborah Ball, dean of the University of Michigan School of Education.
    News · NPR Story
  8. Bear That Bit Durango Campers Linked To Earlier Attacks

    DNA testing of hair samples shows a bear for two separate attacks near Durango.
    News · Entry
  9. Rising Temperatures Kick-Start Subarctic Farming In Alaska

    Producers and consumers in southwestern Alaska see one upside to climate change. It's now possible to farm in parts of the tundra where agriculture was unheard of just a few years ago.
    News · NPR Story
  10. El Paso County OKs controversial wind farm, power line

    Many residents said the large power line poles would ruin their views and that the line itself could hurt their health.
    News · Blog Post