On February 18th, 1930, a 24-year-old Kansas farmhand-turned-astronomer made a discovery that forever changed our understanding of the Solar System. On that evening, Clyde Tombaugh, who had grown up on family farms in Illinois and Kansas, discovered Pluto. Tombaugh’s discovery nearly doubled the size of the known solar system overnight.
State Supreme Court ruling could attract better doctors to Western Slope
Colorado Needle Exchanges Grow To Meet Demand
School Vouchers for religious schools ruled unconstitutional
Parents arrested in Minnesota after infants death in Parachute
Editor's Note: A story in this broadcast reported at least 18 states have laws that permit needle exchanges. That is incorrect. At least 17 states and the District of Colombia have laws that permit needle exchanges.
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