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Fri October 14, 2011
Colorado Wildfires

Udall Releases Fourmile Canyon Fire Preliminary Report

Democratic Senator Mark Udall announced today the preliminary findings from a study on the factors influencing last year’s Fourmile Canyon Fire—the costliest in Colorado history.

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Fri October 14, 2011

Colorado Authorities Breaking Up Occupy Denver Protest

As dawn hit, small protests continued along Broadway in downtown Denver.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

In downtown Denver this morning, authorities have mostly dismantled a tent city that had sprung up in Civic Center Park as part of the nationwide anti-Wall Street protests.  The action followed an at times tense stand off between police and protesters that went through the early morning hours.

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Fri October 14, 2011
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

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The buzz of old audio equipment-- graceful swans-- reeds, benefits and more along Colorado's Front Range this weekend and beyond.

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Fri October 14, 2011

Touring In Scotland, Bob Dylan Buys Bagpipes

Scotland's National Piping Center reports that Bob Dylan doesn't know how to play the bagpipes. But a spokesperson says "he's always wanted to learn."



Fri October 14, 2011
Around the Nation

Police Chase Down Toll Cheating Trucker

Port Authority police say Nelson Vaquiz tried an ingenious way to avoid the toll for trucks crossing the George Washington Bridge into New York. They say as Vaquiz drove through a gateless toll lane, he pulled on a cable that flipped up his license plate so cameras couldn't read it.