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A majority of US food consumers thrive on meat. Can we continue to supply it?
Marijuana and pesticides; and the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse.
Sage grouse habitat; increasing federal agencies' renewable energy use; electric car demo
Inside America's coldest cases: an I-News and Reveal investigation.
Predators make billions of dollars every year by luring children into sex trafficking.
Can workers avoid silicosis in current workplaces; private mining of public coal.
Is fuel system at fault in July crash? Also, some consumers balk at prison-raised fish.
Schools, governments, communities are trying to expand resources for youngest children.
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Prescription drug abuse is an epidemic and Colo ranks 2nd in the nation with the problem.
Inside Energy's Jordan Wirfs-Brock explains why electric cars don't use solar panels.
Mitch Morrissey talks about the case of serial killer Richard White.
Dianna Orf and Cynthia Hessin continue their discussion on coal royalties.
Is fuel system at fault in July crash?
Attorney David Lane talks about the death penalty phase of the Aurora shooting trial.
Peter Backlund and Meagan Schipanski from CSU and the future of food.
A discussion on treatments for PTSD, including medical marijuana.
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