Mon February 25, 2013

How Will The Sequester Play Out On Main Street, Colorado?

Could looming federal budget cuts spur uncertainty in consumer spending and reduce local sales tax revenues?
nateOne Creative Commons


Wed January 16, 2013
Losing Our Religion

After Tragedy, Nonbelievers Find Other Ways To Cope

Originally published on Wed January 16, 2013 11:34 am

Carol Fiore's husband, Eric, died after the plane he was test-piloting crashed in Wichita, Kan., 12 years ago. An atheist, Carol felt no comfort when religious people told her Eric was in a better place.
Barbara Bradley Hagerty NPR

The Mile High Gliding facility at the Boulder Airport in Colorado is one of Carol Fiore's favorite haunts. And it's a perfect day for flying: clear, breezy and with a gorgeous view of the Rocky Mountains.

Fiore used to fly gliders regularly, but a few years ago she stopped. Flying them had become painful.

"I felt, in a way, that I was searching for something that wasn't there," Fiore says. "I was looking for that laughter and that incredible time that I had flying with Eric, and he wasn't in the plane with me. I was by myself."

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Thu December 13, 2012


Wed October 3, 2012

Northern Colorado Crime Lab One Step Closer to Reality

Grace Hood KUNC

Northern Colorado officials broke ground today on a $4 million regional crime lab that will examine forensic evidence for the region. The aim is to expedite the time it takes to process samples—and create efficiencies.

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Wed September 5, 2012

Loveland, NASA Officials Approach Liftoff with Business Initiative

Tracy Ireland with Loveland-based Vergent Products does some last minute computer work to configure his company's booth at the Innovation and Technology Showcase.
Grace Hood KUNC

How do you turn space technology into earth-bound products for businesses and consumers? That's the question Loveland business leaders and NASA officials batted around today during the Innovation and Technology Showcase, designed to explore so-called “technology transfers”.

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