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Connected Colorado - A joint program created in cooperation with cities, counties and towns in the Denver area.

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From a lantern festival to a global heritage festival to a very cool corn maze to celebrate the beautiful fall season. We have some great festivals and community events for you to enjoy, on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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Small businesses, large businesses and transportation projects. They're creating jobs and improving community. We're focusing on economic development on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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All across our state urban farms are thriving and these neighborhood gardens are growing a lot more than food, they're growing community. Urban agriculture and healthy living on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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The legalization of marijuana in Colorado, how are the laws being implemented? What's working, what's not working? We'll take a look on this next edition of Connected Colorado.

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Recycling, neighborhood and local food programs, and renewable energy all helping us to become more sustainable. That's coming up on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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Saving lives is job one for our community 911 call centers. We'll learn about this vital service and get tips on how you can help keep you and your family safe. Plus the most dangerous rolling gun battle in the history of the Denver Police Department. On this edition of Connected Colorado.

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A big exciting year for Colorado as five new FasTracks projects are opening this year. All this and more as we look at the state of transportation on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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On this edition of Connected Colorado we’ll look at some exciting happenings around the state, from a new, sustainable urban farm in Lakewood, to a spelling bee for seniors in Arvada; from some student pilots in Aurora, to a behind the scenes look at our State Capitol and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

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From the fun of children's theater, to preventing bullying in school, to some local students preparing an experiment for the international space station. With these stories and more, this edition of Connected Colorado is all about kids.

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Hiking, biking, golf, concerts, eating and much more. We'll take a look at some great activities and events for your summer on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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From a special story of father and son heroes of the Aurora Fire Department, to building brighter communities in Arvada and Denver, to a 57 year old woman of iron in boulder. With these inspiring stories and more on this edition of Connected Colorado, it's from the heart.

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From splashing around with some four legged friends, to Star the wonder dog, to rescuing horses. On this edition of Connected Colorado it's all about the animals.

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From a very busy regional airport, to a summer camp for kids and adults with disabilities. From a non-traditional fashion show, to a unique look at a new high speed chair lift. Just a sampling of the great programming on your local municipal tv station. We'll learn about these and much more on this edition of Connected Colorado.

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This month on Connected Colorado, enjoy the state’s vibrant arts and cultural scene as we look at public art projects at DIA, Broomfield and Durango. Also celebrate the 100th Anniversary of a little red schoolhouse-turned arts center in Greenwood Village, and we’ll visit Lone Tree, which has one of the state’s newest arts centers. Plus a new addition to Aurora’s History Museum is being added to house a lovingly-restored abandoned trolley trailer.

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Looking for things to do this summer? Help celebrate the 101st Anniversary of Denver Mountain Parks, go golfing at some great courses in Lakewood, enjoy a unique sand sculpture event in Arvada, attend a championship bike race and concert in Littleton, and learn about helping others, through pinwheels, in Broomfield!

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The metro area makes up about half of our state's population. You may drive by, or even through, these metro area cities all the time. But what do you really know about them? From north, south, east, west and in between, we'll get to know some of these communities in-depth and uncover some hidden treasures!

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This month, Connected Colorado looks at saving blighted city landscapes through urban redevelopment. This creates jobs and revitalizes our downtowns, our neighborhoods and our economy. It also prevents urban decay, and urban sprawl. Learn what tools cities use for urban renewal, and take a look at some of our area's redevelopment projects.

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Nothing brings people together like a community festival. There are many fun and unique festivals all around the state, all around the year. We'll take a look, on Connected Colorado.

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It's time to spring forward and get outside and enjoy some great open spaces and trails! We'll show you Two Ponds in Arvada, which is the smallest National Wildlife Refuge in the country, plus the brand new Metzger Farm Open Space, and some great bike trails in Lakewood. It's also time for planting, so we'll learn about an urban agriculture program in Wheat Ridge. We'll also visit the fascinating Butterfly Pavilion, on Connected Colorado.

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From reusing vacant land and old buildings for local farming, to xeriscaping, Earth Day for kids, and coexisting with coyotes... it's all a part of being sustainable. Learn more on this episode of Connected Colorado.

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Water - it's something a lot of people probably take for granted, until it's not there! But what really goes in to getting water into your faucet, and how can we ensure we've got a safe, clean water supply, as our state expects huge growth in the coming years? We'll look at water conservation and quality, and ensuring water supplies for the future on this edition of Connected Colorado.