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Singer-songwriter Megan Burtt on new album, Colorado Symphony collaboration

'I was crying like a little girl. It's just incredibly humbling to hear your songs being backed by so many people.'

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Movement to ban fracking in Colorado continues despite obstacles

Coloradans Against Fracking launched in February and faces challenges in court and in the Legislature.

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Visiting DU scholar Emad Shahin sentenced to death in Egypt

In January 2014, Emad Shahin fled Egypt after the military started demonstrating outside of his home. Now, he's been sentenced to death along with more than 100 others.

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Mesozoic creatures fuel Denver songwriter Ian Cooke's new album

Cooke's his life-long fascination with dinosaurs and prehistoric beasts led to the creation of his band's forthcoming concept album, "Antiquasauria."

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Colorado scientist investigates the body's "Navy Seals"

Philippa Marrack and her husband John Kappler head to Israel this week to accept the prestigious Wolf Prize in medicine for work on T-cells and the immune system.

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Life of mountain bike pioneer Mike Rust captured in new film

Mike Rust helped establish Salida as a biking capital in Colorado. Later, living alone in rural Saguache County, Rust disappeared.

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What baby boomers will need to stay in their homes as they age

Ninety percent of seniors want to live in their homes as they age, but what does it take to make that happen?

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College commencement speech time: Some noteworthy moments

Excerpts from this years commencement speakers at Colorado colleges and universities.

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Loud & Clear: Feedback on our interview with Colorado oil and gas industry leader

Tisha Schuller spoke with Colorado Matters as she prepared to leave her post as head of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association. Here's what listeners said about our interview.

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The mysterious life of mountain bike pioneer Mike Rust captured in new film

Mike Rust helped establish Salida as a biking capital in Colorado. Later, living alone in rural Saguache County, Rust disappeared.

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