Thu September 6, 2012


Wed September 5, 2012
It's All Politics

Florida, Colorado Voter Purges Net Few Noncitizens, So Far

Originally published on Wed September 5, 2012 4:53 pm

States using a federal immigration database to purge noncitizens from voter lists are starting to get results, which so far include few illegal voters.

In Florida, which was first to gain access to the database after fighting the federal government in court, an initial run of roughly 2,600 names has turned up "several" violators, according to a spokesman for Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner.

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Sun September 2, 2012
Arts & Culture

Author Carrie Vaughn Discusses Why Werewolves Need Their Time in the Spotlight

Our cultural fascination with vampire and werewolf stories is surging right now in books and movies. While vampire characters are explored in-depth, Colorado-based author Carrie Vaughn says werewolves have never gotten their day in the spotlight.

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Wed August 29, 2012

Drought Makes Bear Run-Ins More Common

Originally published on Wed August 29, 2012 4:06 pm



You're listening to ALL THINGS CONSIDERED from NPR News.

Encounters between humans and bears have risen in Western states, especially in Wyoming and Colorado. That's due largely to drought. Bears are traveling longer distances for food because the berries they usually eat have dried up.

As we hear from Aspen Public Radio's Marci Krivonen, hungry bears are turning to dumpsters, kitchen cabinets and refrigerators.

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Wed August 29, 2012

Colorado Delegates Cast Votes for Mitt Romney and Ron Paul

Mitt Romney was officially nominated as the Republican Presidential Candidate at the party’s convention in Tampa on Tuesday. But the vote from Colorado’s 36 delegates was not unanimous.

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