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West used lizards to spy on us: Iran 13.2.2018 Hindu: News
‘Individuals brought reptiles to gather information on nuclear installations’
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Colorado weighs whether to let Cotter hand off long-undone uranium cleanups 1.2.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado officials are weighing whether to let Cotter Corp. operators of a defunct uranium mine  west of Denver -- which has contaminated groundwater and a creek above a drinking water supply reservoir -- transfer ownership and responsibility for cleanup to a newly formed local company.
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Man fatally shot in east Denver; two wounded 28.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Denver Police are investigating a second fatal shooting in the city in three days, after responding early Sunday morning to the 6600 block of Leetsdale Drive where one man was found dead of apparent gunshot wounds.
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Norman Stauffer, inventor of camera autofocus, dies at 85 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
Scientist Norman L. Stauffer, considered the inventor of autofocus for slide projectors and cameras, has died in Boulder at age 85.
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Across metro Denver, pit bull bans have been on the books for years. Now, one community might change that. 28.1.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Castle Rock this week will wade into an issue that has vexed metro Denver for decades -- should the town lift its ban on pit bulls, a prohibition it has had in place for more than a quarter-century? The town has scheduled an open house for 6 p.m. Wednesday where residents can learn details about Castle Rock's breed-specific ban and what might replace it, along with other animal-related topics such as the potential to allow backyard chickens and bees.
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Q&A with U.S. Forest Service chief Tony Tooke, who sees collaboration as key to improving public lands 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Outdoors
Tony Tooke, chief of the U.S. Forest Service since last fall, visited the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show to meet broaden the coalition of people working to improve and recreation on public lands. That collaboration is top of mind. So are wildland fire fighting budgets.
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When parenting and entrepreneurship collide: Colorado business owners inspired by their kids 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
There are plenty of entrepreneurs who are parents. Then there are the ones who start a company because they are a parent. They have a different inspiration: their kids.
Michael Bennet, Jared Polis put forth bill to bolster protection for more than 98,000 acres of federal land in Colorado 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Outdoors
As the outdoor recreation world rallied in Denver, two of Colorado’s leaders in Washington offered a plan to bolster protection for more than 98,000 acres of federal land in Eagle and Summit counties.
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Former Rockies pitcher dies in Venezuela amid lack of medication 28.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
A former Colorado Rockies and Florida Marlins pitcher died in his native Venezuela of pneumonia that baseball colleagues say was made worse by medicine shortages in the crisis-wracked nation.
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Changing plans: Tax law makes small businesses rethink ideas 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
As Congress debated a new tax law at the end of last year, Jerell and Elissa Klaver began revising their company's plans for 2018.
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Douglas County school voucher program now officially dead after case dismissed by Colorado Supreme Court, officials say 28.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
The controversial Douglas County School District school voucher program is now officially dead, say school officials, after a ruling last week by the Colorado Supreme Court
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Colorado Motorcycle Expo off to quiet start after one-year absence 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Local
With beers in-hand, motorcycle enthusiasts -- most dressed in leather -- perused custom bikes, leather vests and used parts, either hoping to score a good deal, or just to hang out with like-minded individuals.
JeffCo health is working to fix community inequities by fixing themselves first 28.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Jefferson County Public Health has joined a growing number of local health departments that are making a concerted effort to tackle health disparities, not just by targeting the issues themselves, but by changing their department's culture.
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Colorado scientist dresses like animals to study animals 27.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Planning the next mission is always a little tedious for Joel Berger. Before the adventure, comes the packing.
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Colorado mother’s intuition, baby’s resilience lead to happy ending 27.1.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Strapped to a gurney in the back of a Flight for Life helicopter with the fate of the child living inside her hanging in the balance, a soul-settling calm set over 31-year-old Cori Levinson as she gazed at the sky and listened to the "chuka, chuka, chuka, chuka" of propeller blades spinning above her head.
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Denver says yes to bump stocks ban less than four months after Las Vegas shooting 23.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
The Denver City Council on Monday passed a measure that will make it illegal to sell, carry, store or possess bump stocks, a device that was used last fall by a gunman to increase his rifle power as he shot and killed 58 people at a country music festival in Las Vegas.
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Colorado registered 117,648 new businesses in 2017, a 7 percent increase 23.1.2018 Denver Post: Local
Colorado saw 117,648 new businesses file paperwork with the state in 2017, exceeding the 109,526 that filed paperwork with the state in 2016. State officials are optimistic growth will continue in 2018.
Bill forcing detailed disclosure in out-of-Colorado prison transfers — sparked by Aurora theater shooter — gets first nod 23.1.2018 Denver Post: Local
A bipartisan measure that would require Colorado prisons officials to disclose to victims and prosecutors the whereabouts of inmates relocated out of state -- except for in limited situations where there is a safety risk  --  received a first nod of approval Monday at the Capitol.
Longmont-based man charged by feds in Bitcoin Ponzi scheme 23.1.2018 Denver Post: Local
Federal regulators say Dillion Dean promised people he would pool $1.1 million in Bitcoin and invest in options but used the money "in the manner of a Ponzi scheme."
Business incubator aims to help small firms win government work 22.1.2018 Washington Post
Business incubator aims to help small firms win government work
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