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The beat goes on for 81-year-old musician Leo Samora

- Associated Press

If there is such a thing as a rock star for the Pueblo senior set, his name is Leo Samora. At 81, and 40 years into his musical performance career, Samora is as busy as he ever was, performing as often as three times a week at assisted living facilities throughout the city.

Getting kids interested in fruits, vegetables

- Associated Press

When a farmer offered her a bag of baby carrots at the Greeley Farmers Market, 3-and-a-half-year-old Elizabeth Shaw wasn't interested. Her father, Jon, offered her a tiny, ripe tomato, but she turned her head. It wasn't until he flashed a bright orange bell pepper and knelt to the little girl's level that Elizabeth's curiosity peaked. Her big brown eyes widened and her little fingers carefully reached out toward the vegetable, as if it might bite.

Veterans with PTSD praise audio-therapy results

- Associated Press

On March 23, 1994, as it made its approach to Pope Air Force Base in North Carolina, the nose of an F-16 clipped the right rear elevator of a C-130 in mid-air. Although the stricken transport managed to circle around for a safe landing, the jet fighter crew had to eject as their doomed plane, on full afterburner, hurtled toward the base.

Professional works to teach students more about farms

- Associated Press

On a steamy day in July, nearly one dozen teachers file into a room at the Moville Community Center. This particular day of their summer "vacation" is filled with talk about corn, soybeans, wind power soil structure.

FILE -  In this Aug. 5, 2011 file photo provided by Jan Nebozenko, iron worker Gary Russo stands at the microphone during a short break from helping to build the Second Avenue Subway in New York. The karaoke-loving ironworker who briefly became a New York sensation for his serenades from a subway construction site has been found dead, two months after he disappeared from his Queens neighborhood, police said Friday, Aug. 28, 2015. (Jan Nebozenko via AP, File)

Police: Construction crooner found dead in apparent suicide

- Associated Press

A karaoke-loving ironworker who briefly became a New York sensation for his serenades from a subway construction site has been found dead in an apparent suicide, a month after he disappeared from his Queens neighborhood, police said Friday.

The quiet man of Boston's art scene

- Associated Press

For more than 200 years, a massive oil painting of the martyred St. Stephen hung over an altar of a London church designed by Christopher Wren, even surviving World War II bombings.

In this Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015 photo, Allison Stahl carries a basket of clothing to her car as firefighters walk past on their way to establish a hose line in Essex, Mont. The area was evacuated Thursday afternoon in the face of the growing Sheep Fire threatening the community at the southern edge of Glacier National Park. (Aaric Bryan/The Daily Inter Lake via AP)

Firefighters move to protect Essex after town emptied

- Associated Press

Firefighters cut down trees and turned on sprinklers Friday after authorities emptied the community of Essex and turned back traffic where a wildfire had spread close to a highway along the southern edge of Glacier National Park.

Wynn earns key state approval for Boston-area casino

- Associated Press

Wynn Resorts won a key state approval for its Boston-area casino late Friday, bringing the $1.7 billion project billed as the state's largest single private development another step closer to finally breaking ground.

Latin Builders Association rompe con Trump

- Associated Press

La Latin Builders Association de Miami, que se considera el mayor grupo hispano del sector de la construcción, se ha alejado de Donald Trump por sus estridentes pronunciamientos en materia de inmigración.