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  1. Robert Durst Pleads Guilty To Gun Charge, Accepts 7-Year Sentence

    The fugitive New York real estate heir, featured in HBO's six-part documentary called The Jinx, is expected to go on trial on murder charges this summer in California.
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  2. Chipotle Stores To Open Late After Food Safety Meetings

    The meeting comes after Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. saw its sales slammed by food scares, including an E. coli outbreak and norovirus cases.
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  3. Leadership Partners

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  4. Community Advisory Board

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  5. Denver Hotels See A 'Quite Remarkable' Year: Occupancy Up As Economy Grows

    Smith Travel Research reports an unprecedented 76 percent of rooms were filled in the Denver area last year.
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  6. Got A Second For 'Haikus With Hotties'? Now You Can Enjoy Them All Year

    "Haikus with Hotties" is more than just a cheeky calendar — it's challenging the way Asian-American men are portrayed in the media.
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  7. Bridges Broadcast Center

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  8. Why 'Why' Is A Tricky Question After A Mass Shooting

    Columbine journalist Dave Cullen's advice on how to be a smart consumer of horrific news.
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  9. Governance Guidelines

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  10. Colorado High School Juniors May Get To Take ACT, After All

    The state recently decided to swap the ACT for the SAT -- but it's now working on a plan to allow current 11th graders to take the ACT.
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