Gov. Jared Polis urges CU Board of Regents to find a president who can unite the board

Gov. Jared Polis urges CU Board of Regents to find a president who can unite the board
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What is it like being a current Columbine High School student? Homecoming prep, AP classes and state legislature testimonies

What is it like being a current columbine High School student? Homecoming prep, AP classes and state legislative assembly testimonies
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Colorado schools need to prepare for new type of threat, Jeffco superintendent says

Colorado schools need to prepare for new type of threat, Jeffco superintendent says
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Mark Kennedy asked if he could skip a Colorado Public Radio question on affirmative action. Here’s his clarified answer.

Mark Kennedy asked if he could skip a Colorado Public Radio question on affirmative action. Here’s his processed answer.
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Future of Denver’s Bonnie Brae Tavern in question as owners apply for non-historic status

Future of Denver’s bonnie slope tap house in question as owners apply for non-historic status
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Owners of Denver’s 85-year-old Bonnie Brae Tavern apply for non-historic status, move would make it easier to demolish

Owners of Denver’s 85-year-old bonnie slope tap house apply for non-historic status, move would make it easier to demolish
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Some Colorado schools to reopen Thursday after shooting threat ends

Some Colorado schools to open Thursday after shooting threat ends
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Some polls show parents’ growing fears of dangers at school

Some position show parents’ growing fears of dangers at school
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Bearing Witness Podcast, Part 1: Looking back at the day of the Columbine High School shooting

Bearing Witness Podcast, Part 1: Looking back at the day of the columbine High School shooting
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How to talk to your kids when their school is closed over a violent threat

How to talk to your kids when their school is closed over a violent threat
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Thornton sues Larimer County over rejected water pipeline

Thornton sues Larimer County over rejected water pipeline
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Carl’s Jr has cooked up a CBD burger and it will be selling it exclusively at one Denver location on 4/20

Carl’s Jr has au gratin up a CBD burger and it will be selling it entirely at one Denver location on 4/20
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Interstate 25 expansion south of Denver shows need for wildlife tunnels as officials track carnage

Interstate 25 expansion south of Denver shows need for life tunnels as officials track slaughter
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Telemedicine, walk-in clinics cloud role of family doctor

Telemedicine, walk-in clinics cloud role of family doctor
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Checkr, which plans to open second HQ in Denver, to give applicants a “fair chance”

Checkr, which plans to open second HQ in Denver, to give applicants a “fair chance”
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Gov. Jared Polis ushers in new era of drilling regulation, but are “oil and gas wars” over?

Gov. Jared Polis ushers in new era of drilling regulation, but are “oil and gas wars” over?
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Colorado residents challenge U.S. Forest Service logging project near Basalt

Colorado residents challenge U.S. Forest Service work project near volcanic rock
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“The right thing to do”: Cherry Hills Village officially rename Swastika Acres subdivision

“The right thing to do”: Cherry Hills Village officially rename swastika estate subdivision
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“Sexual playthings”: Former employees say Anadarko’s Denver office had toxic culture

“Sexual playthings”: Former employees say Anadarko’s Denver office had cyanogenic culture
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Colorado legislature moves closer to creating public health insurance option

Colorado legislative assembly moves closer to creating public health insurance option
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