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  1. Denver Council To Take Up Affordable Housing Measure

    City officials say the proposal would fund the building or preservation of 6,000 affordable housing units over a decade.
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  2. Ala. Chief Justice Roy Moore Suspended For Rest Of Term Over Gay Marriage Stance

    The head of the state's Supreme Court loses his judicial ethics case and is ordered to pay the costs of the proceedings against him.
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  3. Warmer Temperatures Could Ring In The Front Range New Year

    It will still be cold tonight for New Year’s Eve though.
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  4. New Mexico Water Officials Have Their Eyes On A Pipeline To A Colorado Lake

    Lake Nighthorse in southern Colorado is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. The man-made lake is fed by the Animas River.
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  5. After hours of testimony, two testing bills advance at Colorado Capitol

    The Senate Education Committee passed two bills aimed at addressing a public backlash against statewide testing.
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  6. Trump Signs Executive Order To 'Ease The Burdens Of Obamacare'

    The new White House took action on four measures Friday night, notably on the Affordable Care Act and regulations. The White House did not immediately make it clear what exactly was signed.
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  7. SeaWorld Ends Its Orca Theatrics In San Diego, But Critics Aren't Convinced

    The One Ocean show, which has come under criticism for the treatment of its star orcas, has its finale Sunday at SeaWorld San Diego. Yet some doubt the park sincerely means to change its program.
    CPR News · NPR Story
  8. Colorado Resorts Drawing Big Summer Numbers

    Colorado is on pace for a fifth-consecutive record year for summer lodging.
    CPR News · Entry
  9. 205,000 Calls To Child Abuse Hotline In First Year

    The hotline was intended to make it easier to track reports of abuse and neglect.
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  10. Priest Remembers Lower Manhattan 15 Years Ago

    The Rev. Dr. Daniel P. Matthews, the rector at Trinity Church on Wall Street during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, discusses his experience and the ways Lower Manhattan has changed since.
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