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Stories of Addiction

Last Updated by Alexa Corcoran on

Our "Insight" team interviews four Coloradans who have been affected by the nation's opioid-abuse epidemic. Watch the full piece "Opioid Babies" Thursday, February 16 at 7pm.

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Gardner votes to confirm Betsy DeVos as education secretary, Bennet votes no

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Colorado’s U.S. senators split their votes along party lines Tuesday in the historic vote confirming billionaire philanthropist Betsy DeVos as U.S. education secretary.

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For Jeffco students with special needs enrolled at schools slated for closure, more questions than answers

Last Updated by Yesenia Robles on

Students with special needs enrolled in programs at five Jeffco schools recommended for closure face additional uncertainty about where they might end up going to school next year.

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Disadvantaged students more likely to be impacted by Jeffco school closures

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Disadvantaged students more likely to be impacted by Jeffco school closures

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Timeline: The Long Road To #NoDAPL

Last Updated by Amy Sisk on

The Dakota Access Pipeline caught the world's attention in August 2016, when Native Americans and allies from across the world flocked to a remote grassy field to protest the 1,200-mile project.

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Energy explained: Where does it come from and how much do we use?

Last Updated by Inside Energy, Jordan Wirfs-Brock on

Our energy use - in the U.S. and worldwide - has changed in the past 15 years.

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Trumped: Rural Rebellion

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Las Animas County voted for President Obama in 2008 and 2012. In fact, it had not voted for a Republican for president since 1972. But in 2016, the county voted for Donald Trump.

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What's next for energy research under new administration?

Posted by Stephanie Joyce, Inside Energy on

Presidents do have considerable sway when it comes to directing federal research priorities. George W. Bush directed research money away from renewables for the Freedom Car.

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Chalkbeat: Colorado teacher on how she motivates students

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"Middle school is an interesting age because there can be literally a million reasons why a student has lost engagement."

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Coal country anticipates 2017

Last Updated by Leigh Paterson, Inside Energy on

Statements by Donald Trump give hope to communities affected by 8-year decline in coal market.

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