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    BREW NEWS: Big bet at Coda, new brews at Copper Kettle

    Derek Mitchell, a server who also works in sales for Coda, is also wagering a tattoo on the big game. Should the Broncos lose, Mitchell is getting a Carolina Panthers tattoo. If the Broncos win, Mike Foster from Triple C is getting a Broncos tattoo.

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    "I think it is important to use all of your experience to your advantage," Manning says. "I think you can always refer back to prior situations and two-minute drives, or a fourth-and-goal from the 2-yard line. The more experience you have, you can use that to help you."

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    New York moves to stop gay conversion therapy for youths

    "Conversion therapy is a hateful and fundamentally flawed practice" that punishes people "for simply being who they are," Cuomo said in a statement.

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    Study explores how black men find success in college

    "I realized if I fail, in some ways, it means that people might take that as either confirmation that other black students will fail, or as a sign that they might fail," said the 21-year-old from Arlington, Virginia.

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    Driven by power outages and savings, towns look to microgrid

    "The town found itself in a vulnerable position when the aging infrastructure would fail," Fleming said, adding that the planned renewable energy switch would cover the town hall, the highway garage, and police and fire departments. A committee has been formed to refine the plan and figure out its costs.

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    UAE says it’s prepared to send ground forces to Syria

    "We have been frustrated at the slow pace of confronting Daesh," Gargash said in response to a question from The Associated Press, using the Arabic acronym for IS.

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    Storms may brew, but in N. Korea pride over new satellite

    "As far as I know, there are few countries in the world that launched their own satellites," said one, Pyongyang resident Ri Hyon Gil. He added that he was proud of both the launch and the news of the H-bomb test because they demonstrate the North's scientific and technological progress.


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    Wagner touts Buckley’s impact at state of base

    Buckley Air Force Base’s economic impact on Aurora inched up in 2015, but still lagged below the $1-billion mark it regularly topped before 2013

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    Q&A: Investors using index funds to try to beat the market

    The industry calls these funds "smart-beta" options. It's a play on the financial term "beta," which measures how volatile an investment is compared with the market.

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    4 questions for the next CEO of Delta Air Lines

    Wall Street analysts expect Bastian to continue running Delta with the same general strategy as Anderson. They did, after all, work side by side on most of the changes.

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    Automakers to recall 5M vehicles for another air bag problem

    "This also means that the safety of the vehicle passengers and operators are in jeopardy and potentially face serious injury or death," another complainant wrote. People filing complaints are not identified in the agency's database.

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    Orders to US factories fell sharply in December

    Factory orders dropped 2.9 percent in December, the fourth decline in the past five months, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. Orders were down 6.6 percent for the full year, marking the first annual fall since 2009, a year when the country was struggling to emerge from the Great Recession.


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    Want easy elegance for an Oscars party? Go with crostini

    While these are very simple to make, they give off more than a slight air of elegance. Passing them to start off an awards party while someone pours some sparkling wine won't actually transport you to the red carpet, but wouldn't you rather be home eating crostini and sipping bubbly anyway? Yeah, me, too.

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    BREW NEWS: Big bet at Coda, new brews at Copper Kettle

    Derek Mitchell, a server who also works in sales for Coda, is also wagering a tattoo on the big game. Should the Broncos lose, Mitchell is getting a Carolina Panthers tattoo. If the Broncos win, Mike Foster from Triple C is getting a Broncos tattoo.

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    The big game’s big burden on Aurora delivery

    For delivery drivers, Super Bowl Sunday — whether the Broncos are playing or not — is always one of the most hectic days on the calendar

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    In Colorado, fears about InBev’s entry into craft beer

    "Everyone that's putting great beers out there and has a story to tell is going to thrive," said Felipe Szpigel, president of The High End, InBev's craft beer line.

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    Food industry looks to Congress as GMO labeling law nears

    The food industry wants Congress to pre-empt Vermont's law and bar mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods before it goes into effect. They argue that GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, are safe and a patchwork of state laws isn't practical. Labeling advocates have been fighting state-by-state to enact the labeling, with the eventual goal of a national standard.

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