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  1. Christopher Columbus Ship The Santa Maria May Have Been Found

    The ship sank in 1492 after hitting reefs off the Haitian coast. Undersea explorer Barry Clifford says he's working with Haiti's government to carry out an archaeological excavation of the wreck.
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  2. New trade deal with Mexico good news for Colo. potato farmers

    The new agreement goes into effect on May 18th and will widely open up Mexico to potato imports.
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  3. Driving While Pregnant Is Riskier Than You Might Think

    Expectant mothers are more likely to get into serious car crashes, a study finds. The risk is highest in the second trimester, when accident rates are similar to those for people with sleep apnea.
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  4. A Sponge Cake's Long, Strange Trip: Germany To Denver, Via Japan

    The baumkuchen is an odd yet tasty layered German sponge cake baked on a spit. It arrived in Denver last year via a long, strange tour of Asia. Its history is as complex as its many layers.
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  5. International Baccalaureate changes at Denver high school rile community

    Efforts to eliminate an academic program at George Washington High School are a microcosm of the challenges many urban districts face.
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  6. Some Colorado doctors may be overcharging Medicare for routine visits

    New data shows most health care providers in the state bill Medicare at the highest level 5.4 percent of the time. But some bill at the highest level a lot more often.
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  7. For Automakers, Internet-Connected Cars Are A Balancing Act

    General Motors is putting 4G capabilities directly into its vehicles. But analysts say connecting your car to the Internet poses a challenge to automakers: how to balance safety with convenience.
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  8. So What If It's Ugly? It Just Keeps On Going...

    Thank heavens it's not pretty, not thirsty, not useful, not a bother, not nearby. It looks like a mess of rope. But, oh my, is this plant old. Really, really old.
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  9. Random Acts of Culture: David Amram and his 35 instruments

    A surprise appearance by a polymath musician-poet transforms a dull evening into one of delight.
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  10. Sensitive To Gluten? A Carb In Wheat May Be The Real Culprit

    Many people who don't have celiac disease say they feel better on a gluten-free diet. But scientists say some gut troubles may come from eating fructans and other FODMAP carbs rather than gluten.
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