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3:08pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Education

DPS Uses Local Radio for English Integration

Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg and others, including a representative from the Mexican consulate in Denver, touted the Maestro en Casa program Wednesday at Lake Middle School.
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School officials in Denver are re-launching a popular program that aims to teach immigrant parents English via a local radio program. 

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2:48pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Politics

Bennet Calls for Harsher Penalties on Counterfeit Drugs

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Colorado Senator Michael Bennet says prescription drugs are not as safe as they should be. And part of the problem begins overseas.

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2:00pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Local

CSU Event Explores National Parks Across the Globe

Ajo Mountain drive in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in Arizona. The park borders Mexico and is the most dangerous park in the U.S. due to drug smuggling and other illegal activities.
National Park Service

A three-day event examining how national parks are viewed differently across the world starts tonight on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins.

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1:00pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Health Care

Colorado Hospitals rated as ‘Top Performers’ in Annual Survey

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Five Colorado hospitals are listed as top performers in an annual report compiled by the Joint Commission, which inspects and accredits hospitals across the U.S.

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12:52pm

Wed September 14, 2011
Economy

Colorado's Economic Recovery Varies by Region

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A new report from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that some economies along the Front Range – including Boulder, Ft. Collins and Loveland grew at a faster pace than the 2.5% national average gain.

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