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  1. Gov. Hickenlooper taking second term oath at Colorado Capitol

    Here are five things to know about Colorado's inaugural ceremonies and celebrations Tuesday.
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  2. After Aurora theater shooting, a 'new way of responding' to mental crises

    In response to the 2012 theater killings, Colorado added clinics, hotlines and mobile units to support early crisis prevention. At the heart of the initiative are 13 walk-in crisis centers.
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  3. French Police Question 8-Year-Old Over Alleged Support For Paris Gunmen

    The third-grader allegedly refused to observe a minute of silence in school following the attack on Charlie Hebdo. Police say he also expressed solidarity with the gunmen. He has not been charged.
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  4. Diagnosing issues with your Internet radio

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  5. After Years Of Conflict, U.S. Mission Shifts In Afghanistan

    With the start of the new year, the more than 10,000 American troops remaining there will take on more of a supporting role. But Afghan forces will still need help fighting the Taliban.
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  6. Portugal To Offer Citizenship To Descendants Of Expelled Jews

    Portugal's Jews were expelled, burned at the stake or forcibly converted to Christianity 500 years ago. The government says it wants to right a wrong. Spain approved a similar law last year.
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  7. Seattle Super Bowl Bound After NFC Title Win Over Green Bay

    The Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers 28-22 to win the NFC title. They'll face either Indianapolis or New England in Super Bowl XLIX.
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  8. The True Costs Of Community College

    President Obama has proposed making tuition at community colleges free. But Youth Radio reporter Tylyn Hardamon found that paying for school is just one of many challenges facing today's students.
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  9. Protesters demand answers from Denver DA over teen's death

    Police shot the teenager Monday at about 6:30 a.m. after they say she struck and injured an officer with a stolen car.
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  10. A year later, Colorado works to prove it’s not the 'wild, pot-smoking West'

    Millions of dollars have poured in as tourists from around the world have come to get high in Denver.
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