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As climate change conference opens, one CA city takes action; More hostages released as Israel-Hamas truce deadline approaches; WV could lose hundreds of millions in Medicaid funding.

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An expulsion vote looms for Rep. George Santos, the Ohio Supreme Court dismisses lawsuits against district maps and the Supreme Court hears a case which could cut the power of federal agencies.

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Congress has iced the Farm Bill, but farmer advocates argue some portions are urgent, the Hoosier State is reaping big rewards from wind and solar, and opponents react to a road through Alaska's Brooks Range, long a dream destination for hunters and anglers.

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Preschool Expansion Means Job Opportunities

DENVER - The economy is looking up in Colorado: the most recent jobs forecast places the state's growth at about 2 percent for the next year…

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The ABCs of Health Care Reform

DENVER - The new Colorado insurance exchange is gearing up for its official launch later this year, but a new poll finds some Coloradans still aren't …

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National Standards for Fracking on Public Lands?

DENVER – The controversial process known as fracking could soon be getting some federal government oversight. On Thursday, Reps. Diana …

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Legislative Recap: Health Victories for Coloradans

DENVER - Legislative session 2013 is in the books: The Colorado House and Senate wrapped up business Wednesday. Among the laws passed are three …

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State of Preschool, State of Emergency

DENVER - A dismal picture of the state of preschool in the United States is painted by a new report on the subject. The National Institute for Early …

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Preserving Hermosa Creek: A Bi-Partisan Push

DURANGO, Colo. – A key recreation area in western Colorado is one step closer to being preserved for future generations. On Thursday…

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Challenges Facing New Interior Secretary

SEATTLE – It's the first week on the job for new Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. The former REI president spent most of this week learning …

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Challenges Facing New Interior Secretary

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – It's the first week on the job for new Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. The former REI president spent most of this …

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State Department of Insurance: Discrimination Not Allowed

DENVER - New rules from the state Department of Insurance say discrimination will not be tolerated when it comes to health-insurance policies for lesb…

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Colorado Improves in National Preschool Rankings

DENVER - Ranking 35th may not sound like much to cheer about, but for Colorado it's a marked improvement in the state of child care over past years…

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