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With protest suspended, what happens next with the Dakota Access pipeline?

Last Updated by Amy Sisk, Inside Energy on

The decision from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to re-evaluate the route of the pipeline puts completion on hold. Pipeline proponents are hopeful Donald Trump will reverse the Corps’ decision.

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Background: Denver attorney who works on tribal issues talks about treaties and sacred sites

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“It would be akin to the Sistine Chapel, running some kind of infrastructure through it, a pipeline, or a road. That’s what we’re talking about in terms of the emotions involved.”

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With credit cards in heavy holiday use, which Colorado residents are in best shape with debt?

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Latest calculations show Colorado in step with nationwide average, according to financial researchers.

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Protesters celebrate Dakota Pipeline decision from Army Corps of Engineers

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The Corps of Engineers says the route of the pipeline must be re-examined. But supporters of the pipeline suggested the fight for continued construction may not be over.

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Midwest producers hope hard cider will bring fame and fortune

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One Nebraska vineyard started producing hard apple cider after a shaky grape season. Today, it outpaces their wine production.

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Colorado school districts adjust to voter decisions about funding

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Jeffco is working on updating plans following the failure of the district’s two tax requests — the bond and a smaller tax increase known as a mill levy override.

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Insects attack food waste and complete a missing link in the food chain

Last Updated by Luke Runyon, Harvest Public Media on

Recycling food waste back into the system and keeping it out of landfills could address more than one issue in sustainability.

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Taxpayers spending millions on homeless arrests

Last Updated by Lori Jane Gliha on

During a recent span of five years, taxpayers spent nearly half a million dollars on jail and court costs on Denver’s ten most arrested people, all of whom were homeless or transient.

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Rental costs outpace housing voucher payments available to low-income families

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Rents rose 6.2 percent in Colorado between February 2015 and March 2016, more than triple the national average.

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Harvest Public Media: Unlike urban America, rural areas still waiting to recover from Great Recession

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USDA report, "Rural America at a Glance 2016," shows economic health problems have proven stubbornly difficult to reverse: employment rates stagnated; population declined, then plateaued; people became poorer; more children grew hungry.

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