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7:18am

Thu March 3, 2011
Business

Plans to Spruce Up The Hill in Boulder in the Works

A popular but long-neglected commercial district in Boulder is inching toward an overdue makeover.  KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Boulder County Business Report publisher Chris Wood about efforts to revitalize an area known as “the Hill.”

5:10am

Thu March 3, 2011
Europe

Deaths Of 2 U.S. Airmen Investigated In Germany

In Germany, a lone gunman is accused of walking up to a U.S. military bus outside a main terminal at Frankfurt airport Wednesday and fatally shooting two American airmen. Two others were seriously wounded.

4:00am

Thu March 3, 2011
Business

Bangladesh Ousts Bank's Famed Founder

Mohammad Yunus won the Nobel peace prize in 2006 for his pioneering work in lending to the poor. The Bangladesh government has ordered him removed as head of the bank he founded, saying that at age 70 he was past the country's retirement age.

4:00am

Thu March 3, 2011
Business

William Clay Ford, Jr.

Renee Montagne talks to William Clay Ford, Jr., the executive chairman and chairman of the board of directors of Ford Motor Company, about rising fuel costs and fuel economy cars.

4:00am

Thu March 3, 2011
Africa

Libya Border

Thousands of foreign workers continue to stream out of Libya, crossing into Egypt in the east and Tunisia in West.

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