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NTSB: Signal light worked at site of train crash

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Federal investigators say a signal light at the site of a deadly train collision in Los Angeles worked normally and there were no obstructions that would have prevented the engineer from seeing the red light.

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More Charges For Man In Triple-Fatal Crash

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Prosecutors have filed nine additional charges against a man accused in a two-vehicle crash in Aurora that killed three people -- including a 3-year-old boy in an ice cream shop.

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Prosecutors: Nacchio's Conviction Should Be Upheld

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Federal prosecutors say an appeals court should affirm former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio's insider trading convictions. They argue in a new court filing that the exclusion of an expert defense witness did not deprive Nacchio of a fair trial.

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Middle School Coach Enters Plea

Updated: 09/15/2008 - A former middle school girls basketball coach has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor harassment charge in Colorado Springs.

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Muslim Workers Walk Off Job At Nebraska Swift Plant

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Five-hundred Muslim workers walked off the job Monday at a Nebraska meatpacking plant after they say they were denied time to pray during the Muslim observance of Ramadan.

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Obama: GOP Financial Policies To Blame For Financial Crisis

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Democrat Barack Obama told several thousand supporters in Grand Junction and in Pueblo that Republican financial policies are to blame for today's financial worries as investment bank Lehman Brothers declares bankruptcy and markets plummet.

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Bush Says Economy Strong Enough To Handle Turmoil

Updated: 09/15/2008 - While expressing sympathy for those caught in the Lehman Brothers-Merrill Lynch fallout, President Bush says federal policymakers will focus on "the health of the financial system as a whole."

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Thousands In Shelters After Ike

Updated: 09/15/2008 - It may be a while before Texans who fled the fury of Hurricane Ike will be able to go home again.

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Poll: Public Strongly Opposes More Presidential Power

Posted: 09/15/2008 - A new poll says two out of three Americans are strongly opposed to expanding the president's powers at the expense of Congress or the courts, even if it would improve national security or the economy.

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Salazar Says Obama Champion Of Rural Americans

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar says it's significant that Barack Obama's first visits to Colorado since the Democratic National Convention will be to the more rural parts of the state.

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Cell Phone Texts May Figure Into Train Collision

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Federal investigators say they will seek the cell phone records of two teenagers and a train engineer as they probe whether text messages factored into a fiery commuter train crash that killed 25 in Southern California.

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A Royal Triumph, Broncos Beat Chargers

Posted: 09/14/2008 - Broncos coach Mike Shanahan went for the 2-point conversion with 29 seconds left and Jay Cutler hit rookie Eddie Royal over the middle to give the Denver Broncos a 39-38 win over the stunned San Diego Chargers today.

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NORTHCOM Helps In Ike Rescue Efforts

Posted: 09/14/2008 - The state of Texas is calling the response to Hurricane Ike the largest search and recovery operation to date. U.S. Northern Command, located here in Colorado Springs, is helping in those efforts.

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