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3:25pm

Fri September 20, 2013

1:01pm

Fri September 20, 2013
Tech History Found

Apple Co-Founder's Old Mouse Dug Up in Aspen

The Apple LISA Computer
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A crew from the National Geographic Channel show “Diggers” says they have unearthed a time capsule in Aspen containing a piece of tech history – a mouse to Apple’s LISA computer placed by Steve Jobs.

The time capsule was buried on the grounds of the Aspen Institute as part of the 1983 International Design Conference according to a release from the National Geographic Channel.  

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3:27pm

Thu September 19, 2013
Mountain Edition

Mountain Edition - September 19th, 2013

Floodwaters in the Front Range are receding and the number of missing people is going down. Residents of flood-ravaged towns are returning home. We’ll bring you an update on the floods and let you know how you can help. Some from the Roaring Fork Valley have been helping Front Range residents get back on their feet and seeing just how devastating flooding can be. The state’s climatologist says what’s strange about last week’s weather is its pattern. Simultaneous, powerful rain storms hit multiple Front Range areas at one time. Also today, men are still making more money than women in Colorado – we’ll break down the numbers, county by county. And finally, imagine flying 80 miles an hour down Aspen Mountain on skis. One Aspen ski racer could be an international champion, if she can land a spot with the Olympic team.

9:46am

Thu September 19, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - The History of KAJX Part 2

The History of KAJX - Part 2

Interviews with Sy Coleman, Michael Stranahan and Andrea Young.

11:22am

Wed September 18, 2013
The Valley

Women Still Earning Less Than Men in the Roaring Fork Valley

A new study shows the wage gap between men and women is greater in Garfield County compared to Pitkin County.
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Men are making more money than women working in the Roaring Fork Valley. But, the differences vary depending on the county. A new report shows a woman earns 80-cents for every dollar a man makes in Colorado. 

In Pitkin County, on average, a man earns $54,000 a year compared to $47,000 for a woman. In Garfield County, the disparity is greater. A man earns $50,000 annually, compared to a woman’s earnings of $37,000.

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