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8:23am

Fri May 3, 2013
Snow!

Remember That May Day Snow? See It From Space

This is what Colorado looked like on May 2nd after May 1st brought snow to much of the state. Before the storm though?
LANCE/EOSDIS MODIS Rapid Response Team NASA GSFC

Many Coloradoans woke up May 1st to find heavy, wet snow had blanketed the Front Range. If the view from their window made them grumble, here's what it looked like from space.

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6:00am

Fri May 3, 2013
Health

Technology For Life: Hydraulic Foot Prosthetic Makes Walking Easier

The hydraulic ankle in this new prosthetic foot gives Bob a degree of motion in his ankle, something he says he's never had in another prosthetic.
Jackie Fortier KUNC

5:00am

Fri May 3, 2013
Agriculture

Missouri River Home To Endangered Pallid Sturgeon

The pallid sturgeon is sometimes called a modern dinosaur. Fossils show its ancestors were in fact alive at the time of the dinosaurs.
Grant Gerlock Harvest Public Media

More than 20 years after being listed as an endangered species, the pallid sturgeon is just treading water in the Missouri River. Thanks to an ongoing restocking program, the fish population is stable but not recovering.

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1:09pm

Thu May 2, 2013
Civil Unions

An Outpouring Of Civil Unions on Day One In Colorado

Fran and Anna Simon. The first in Denver to enter into a Civil Union
Nathan Heffel KUNC

Wednesday was a momentous day for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community in Colorado. The state began legally recognizing their relationships with civil unions.

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9:46am

Thu May 2, 2013
Agriculture

Drought Far From Over For Southern Colorado Farmers

Plastic lines rows of recently planted cantaloupe seeds in Rocky Ford.
Credit Luke Runyon / KUNC and Harvest Public Media

While spring snow storms have eased drought conditions in parts of Northern Colorado, in the southern part of the state the dry weather is forcing farmers to make some tough decisions.

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