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6:00am

Tue January 31, 2012
Politics

Paul and Santorum to Campaign in Colorado, Romney and Gingrich Expected to Follow

Florida holds its Republican Primary today – and while we can’t predict a winner – we do know GOP candidates Ron Paul and Rick Santorum will be making campaign stops in Colorado today. 

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4:37pm

Mon January 30, 2012
Politics

Colorado Lawmaker Suspected of DUI Says She Didn't Invoke "Legislative Immunity"

A Republican state lawmaker who was pulled over last week  for suspected drunk driving is denying that she used her status as a lawmaker to get a free pass. But some unsatisfied Colorado lawmakers now want to take a closer look at the legislative immunity provision police say prevented them from arresting her.  KUNC's state capitol correspondent Bente Birkeland reports.

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12:38pm

Mon January 30, 2012
Environment

Parks and Wildlife Asks for Help Monitoring CO Bat Population

For the second year in a row, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have created a hotline the public can use to report unusual activity within the state’s bat population.

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10:00am

Mon January 30, 2012
Election 2012

National Political Spotlight Returning to Colorado

Consider President Obama's latest thirty minute swing through the Denver area last week the preamble to what's expected to be a frenzied two-week melodrama of national and local political theatrics; as after tomorrow's Florida primaries, the GOP field looks west to caucus dates in states like Colorado.

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5:15am

Mon January 30, 2012
Around the Nation

Blood Center Rewards Donor With Super Bowl Tickets

Carol Sikler has spent years repaying a debt. Her husband needed blood during treatment before he died in 2003. Since then, she has donated more than 140 units. Now she gets a reward. The Indiana Blood Center gave her tickets to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.

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