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What’s Next For Colorado’s Coal Counties; A Blind Kayaker’s Journey; Watching Grass Grow

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Colorado coal mines that are now being shuttered have high hopes for a new technology that turns methane -- a gas that escapes from defunct mines -- into electricity. It's already happening at one mine in Western Colorado. Then, when Erik Weihenmayer went blind as a kid, his biggest fear wasn't the darkness, it was the fear of missing out. But that clearly hasn't happened. The Coloradan kayaked the Grand Canyon and writes about it in his new book. He also explains a device that helps him see with his tongue. And, a man in Boulder County has set up a webcam trained on his lawn 24 hours a day -- and people are actually watching it.