Drought brings crop disaster, higher grocery prices to Colorado

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The recent rain that has fallen in Colorado hasn't been enough to reverse the damage done by too much hot, dry weather.

We have a crop disaster in Colorado. Farmers are getting hit hard because some of their crops aren't getting enough water to survive.

In addition, it will impact how much we all pay for some products at the grocery story.

The details are in the two video clips. Greg Nieto has the story about the crop disaster, and Jim Hooley explains the grocery prices angle.

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