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8:30am

Mon August 22, 2011
Environment

Colorado State University, Governor's Energy Office Collaborate on Energy Efficiency

Colorado State University and the Governor’s Energy Office have signed an agreement; they will work together to enhance energy efficiency in state agencies.

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6:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
Commentary

Ringelmeal

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Researchers have long known that what we eat as children has a direct impact on our health and welfare as adults. But can we change our bad eating habits once they’ve been formed? A new study suggests that we can. KUNC commentator Dr. Marc Ringel has more.

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6:00am

Mon August 22, 2011
Sports

Pro Cycling Challenge Kicks Off Today in Colorado Springs

USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Seventeen teams from seven countries will kick off the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado Springs later today.

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5:39am

Mon August 22, 2011
Around the Nation

After 20 Years, Message In A Bottle Is Picked Up

Ashley and Seth Cooper celebrated their first anniversary in Alaska. While beachcombing they spied a champagne bottle with a note in it. It had been tossed into the sea by a couple on their honeymoon. When Cooper tracked them down, she discovered they were still happily married.

5:27am

Mon August 22, 2011
Around the Nation

Chicago Judge Officiates Inmate's Wedding

Tharvin Benitez was standing in a Chicago courtroom in handcuffs and orange prison fatigues. Benitez was before a judge facing 30 years in prison on drug charges. His girlfriend was expecting a baby, and he asked the judge to please officiate the wedding before she delivered.

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