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HEADLINES: Struggling Colorado families can now double their money to buy fresh produce, and help local farmers at the same time. Eric Galatas from Colorado News Connection has the story. For this week's Eye on Crime, KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh takes a look at arrests in Aspen and Carbondale. FEATURE: As Maeve Conran of KGNU reports for our Connecting the Drops series, climate change means spring runoff is coming earlier, and that creates new challenges for farmers. PLUS: RFTA is one of the few transit agencies in the country to offer Bus Rapid Transit in a rural community. CEO Dan Blankenship talks to KDNK's January Jones about ridership numbers.

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