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Thornton Will Try to Build Water Pipeline Over County Objection
The city of Thornton said it will use its status as a utility to force construction of a water pipeline. (Colorado Sun)
CU Proposes Tuition Increases
The state’s flagship university will seek to increase tuition, especially for science majors. (Denver Post)
Space Force, CU in Partnership
The U.S. Space Force and CU-Boulder will work together to encourage a flow of talent into space-related professions. (Boulder Daily Camera)
George Floyd Murderer to be Sentenced Today
A judge in Minnesota will sentence Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted of killing George Floyd, this afternoon. (New York Times)
Huge Death Toll in Miami Condo Collapse
At least 150 people are missing in the aftermath of a condominium tower disaster in Florida. (Washington Post)
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