Updated: 10/15/2004 - New outdoor watering restrictions take effect Friday for Colorado Springs Utilities customers.
Updated: 10/15/2004 - Pull out your skis and snowboards---the ski season has begun in Colorado! Loveland Ski Area opened on Friday.
Updated: 10/15/2004 - Secretary of State Donetta Davidson won't appoint a special prosecutor to investigate voter registration fraud.
Updated: 10/13/2004 - Growth in Colorado's public schools is slowingdown.
Updated: 10/13/2004 - A bill before Congress would change the retirement rule for the Air Force Academy superintendent.
Updated: 10/13/2004 - The stepfather of Lynn Gordon Bailey Junior says the University of Colorado needs to get control of the fraternity system.
Updated: 10/13/2004 - State Congressman Mike Merrifield is criticizing Republicans for a mass mailing that labels him a lawbreaker.
Updated: 10/13/2004 - Colorado Secretary of State Donetta Davidson says the state Attorney General's office isn't investigating cases of voter fraud quickly enough.
Updated: 10/12/2004 - A Massachusetts jury resumes deliberations in the murder trial of a Colorado man accused of killing a teenager last year.
Updated: 10/12/2004 - Negotiations resume Tuesday between union grocery workers and three major grocery chains.
Updated: 10/12/2004 - Read President Bush's entire comments made during his visit to Colorado Springs on Tuesday morning.
Updated: 10/11/2004 - Fraternities at Colorado State University will soon look a lot different.
Updated: 10/11/2004 - Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer will likely be fined five thousand dollars for wearing a sticker on his helmet honoring former teammate Pat Tillman.
Updated: 10/10/2004 - A decision is expected soon on a set of new voting rules that one group calls "unconstitutional".
Updated: 10/10/2004 - More than 6000 felons and parolees have registered to vote in Colorado although they are ineligible.
Updated: 10/10/2004 - The state seems to be a hot spot for the race for the White House.
Updated: 10/09/2004 - A Colorado Springs man suffers non life-threatening injuries after being hit head-on by a train.
Updated: 10/09/2004 - Want a flu shot? Get ready to take out a second mortgage.
Updated: 10/09/2004 - It's been a little more than a week since the state's new computer system issued it's first set of welfare benefits. But bugs in the program continue to cause huge problems, especially for those dependent on Medicaid.