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  1. A single Denver mom learns to manage toxic stress and tighten family bonds

    Using the science of how exposure to trauma affects developing brains, DU researchers are studying how parents can protect their kids from toxic stress.
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  2. Male smokers can affect pregnancy chances, says CU study

    Dr. Alex Polotsky, who lead the study, says this marks the first measured impact of male smoking on fertility.
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  3. Korean Air 'Nut Rage' Executive Freed From Jail

    An appeals court reduced the sentence of former Korean Air executive Heather Cho. She demanded a plane return to the gate because her macadamia nuts weren't served in a manner to her liking.
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  4. Colorado astronomers reflect on 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope

    The storied telescope had a rocky start after it was launched into orbit in 1990, but has since revolutionized our understanding of space.
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  5. The Colorado classical music fan’s 2015 guide to summer festivals

    A musical road trip through the Rocky Mountains includes major orchestras, brilliant soloists and everything in-between.
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  6. 9 Dead After Shootout Between Rival Biker Gangs In Central Texas

    Bystanders fled for safety during the shootout at a busy restaurant in Waco shortly after noon on Sunday. The number of injured is unknown.
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  7. Get rid of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, says its former boss

    Dan Beard makes the case in his new book, “Deadbeat Dams.” He served as commissioner of the agency for two years under President Bill Clinton.
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  8. The devastating flood that 50 years ago helped shape Denver

    On June 16, 1965, the roiling waters of the South Platte River claimed 21 lives and damaged or destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings. The flood also helped shaped the city we know today, says Westword writer Alan Prendergast.
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  9. Scientists crack a 50-year-old mystery about the measles vaccine

    When the U.S. introduced the measles vaccine, childhood deaths from all infections plummeted. Scientists think they might know why: Benefits of the measles vaccine go way beyond the measles.
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  10. Forest Service approves Wolf Creek Ski Area land swap

    The land swap will allow construction of a road to a proposed residential development near the Wolf Creek Ski Area.
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