Wed February 12, 2014

Colorado Hit-And-Runs Leave Law Enforcement 'Looking For A Ghost'

A car accident in Pueblo, Colo., seen in this photo dated July, 2010.
Granger Meador Flickr - Creative Commons


Tue February 11, 2014

Poll Suggests Tight Colorado Senate Race

U.S. Senate

Colorado’s U.S. Senate race is still months away but new details are emerging for both the incumbent, Mark Udall (D), and who could ultimately be his Republican challenger.

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Wed February 5, 2014
Shots - Health News

A Denver Family Of Doctors Has Seen Medicine Transformed

Originally published on Thu February 6, 2014 6:06 am

Michael Sawyer, the latest doctor in his family, holds a portrait of his grandfather Dr. Ken Sawyer, while his father Robert, a surgeon, looks on.
Barry Gutierrez for NPR

What it means to be a doctor in America is changing.

The Affordable Care Act is one reason. But the federal health overhaul is just the latest factor among many that have affected the practice of medicine.

Just ask Drs. Robert and Michael Sawyer, a father and son in a family that has worked at Denver Health since the 1930s.

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Tue February 4, 2014

Vestas Reports 2013 Profit, Continues To Hire New Workers

A Vestas wind turbine.

Wrapping up 2013 with positive news, Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has posted a $295 million fourth quarter profit. That’s the company’s first profit following a two year turnaround plan executed by company leaders.

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Mon February 3, 2014
Digital Life

Once I Get My Hands On Some Bitcoin, What Happens Next?

A credit card terminal at Cosmic Market in Greeley advertises that Bitcoin has arrived.
Grace Hood KUNC

As brick-and-mortar stories quickly adopt digital currency, “Bitcoin, cash or credit?” could become the new mantra of cashiers and baristas everywhere. Once I figure out how to get my hands on some virtual coin, then comes the fun part.

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