Colorado

5:54am

Tue August 7, 2012
The Two-Way

Psychiatrist Contacted Police About Aurora Shooting Suspect, Media Report

Originally published on Tue August 7, 2012 10:54 am

James Holmes, who's accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58.
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11:53am

Fri August 3, 2012
Politics

Mitt Romney Talks Middle Class in Colorado

Screencap from Mitt Romney’s campaign speech in Golden, Colorado on August 2nd.
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Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney answered critics on Thursday outlining his plan for a stronger middle class. President Obama has been attacking Romney for failing to offer a concrete plan to help middle class America.

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11:14am

Fri August 3, 2012
The Two-Way

After Aurora Shooting, A Couple Decides To Finish Watching 'Dark Knight'

Originally published on Fri August 3, 2012 11:23 am

The Century 16 movie theatre is seen from a memorial setup across the street in Aurora, Colorado.
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Jacqueline Keavney Lader and Don Lader survived the Aurora shooting. But the day after, the military couple did something courageous: They returned to an area theater to finish watching the latest Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises.

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9:11am

Fri August 3, 2012
The Two-Way

Stories Of The Aurora Victims: Thinking Of Alex Teves, 'You Smile'

Originally published on Fri August 3, 2012 9:40 am

In Aurora, Colo., last week, among the memorials to victims of the shooting was one for Alex Teves. It includes a photo of him with girlfriend Amanda Lindgren. Teves protected her with his body.
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3:30am

Fri August 3, 2012
Presidential Race

Back From Abroad, Romney Hits The Road In Colo.

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

With his much-publicized foreign trip behind him, Mitt Romney traveled yesterday to the swing state of Colorado. He huddled with Republican governors who he praised on him in Aspen, where he also held a fundraiser. The Republican candidate began his trip at a rally in the Denver suburb of Golden, which is where NPR's Brian Naylor begins his report.

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