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1:07pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Environment

Crowd Expected at Windsor 'Fracking' Forum

Windsor is one of several cities and towns along the Front Range that’s experiencing a surge in oil and gas drilling and the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, and some residents worried about the impacts of the boom are planning to gather at a public forum there Wednesday night.

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12:57pm

Wed April 4, 2012
Business

State Business Leaders Most Optimistic Since 2004

Business Research Division - Leeds School of Business University of Colorado Boulder

Colorado business leaders have a more optimistic outlook going into the second quarter of this year.That’s according to the University of Colorado’s Leeds Business Confidence Index.

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10:58am

Wed April 4, 2012
Business

Yahoo Cuts 2,000 Employees

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

NPR's business news starts with layoffs at Yahoo.

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7:23am

Wed April 4, 2012
U.S.

Tornadoes Outside Dallas 'Indescribable,' Mayor Says

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Life is not back to normal for everybody in the town of Lancaster, Texas. A state of emergency has been declared there, and the city of Arlington, as well, following yesterday's storms in the Dallas area.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

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6:00am

Wed April 4, 2012
Education

What’s In a Name? Plenty If You’re A College

Colorado’s four-year public colleges will soon be a rarity. That’s because most colleges don’t want to be colleges any more, and are asking the legislature to change their names. 

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