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2:22pm

Thu May 19, 2011
Health

Addressing Suicide Awareness in Colorado

Mental and public health professionals and others concerned with high rates of suicide in Colorado will gather tomorrow for a day-long summit at CSU in Fort Collins.

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7:36am

Thu May 19, 2011
Around the Nation

Odd Water Stories In The News

Students in Missouri are in trouble for a senior prank. They improvised a swimming pool in Troy Buchanan High School. But they left the water running until it overflowed, doing major damage. Artist Christo wants to hang silver sheets over a 40-mile stretch of river in Colorado.

7:20am

Thu May 19, 2011
Around the Nation

SPCA Benefits From Maryland Bar's 'No Cuss Bucket'

The owners of the Mount Royal Tavern in Baltimore, Md., decided they'd heard enough profanity so they instituted a no cuss bucket. Customers have to pay 25 cents per bad word. Bartenders must pay $1 per profanity. The bar collected $110 in just three weeks which it donated to the SPCA.

5:15am

Thu May 19, 2011
Business

Agreement Inked on Long-Awaited FoCo Transit Project

The city of Fort Collins and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway recently signed an agreement that will allow the long-awaited Mason Corridor Project to get underway this summer in Fort Collins.  KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Northern Colorado Business Report publisher Jeff Nuttall about the impact of the project.

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4:00am

Thu May 19, 2011
NPR Story

Obama Needs To Convey Vision For Democracy Uprisings

Renee Montagne talks with Shadi Hamid, director of research at the Brookings Institution's Doha Center, about what President Obama needs to convey to the Arab world in today's speech on the Middle East.

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