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Landowners' Rights

Updated: 03/30/2005 - A measure designed to give landowners more say about oil and gas drilling on their property has died in a state House committee.

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Lower Drug Prices

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Colorado lawmakers are considering joining other states in a drug-buying pool to negotiate better prices on prescription drugs for Medicaid patients.

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New AFA Class

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy have started formal religious sensitivity training.

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High School Threats

Updated: 03/30/2005 - After two weeks of rumored hit lists and possible school shootings, police decided to patrol Woodland Park High School to ease the minds of students.

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Fort Carson Hearing

Updated: 03/30/2005 - A military hearing has resumed for 3 Fort Carson soldiers accused in the suffocation death of an Iraqi military official.

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Statewide Smoking Ban Bill Introduced

Updated: 03/29/2005 - A state senator from Denver is moving ahead with a proposal to ban smoking in bars and restaurants across Colorado despite some opposition at the state Capitol.

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Emergency Contraception Bill

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Governor Bill Owens could face a tough choice when he decides whether to sign a bill that would force hospitals to tell rape victims about emergency contraception.

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Soldiers Cleared

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Army commanders have rejected the recommendation of military investigators and decided NOT to charge eleven soldiers in the death of an Iraqi military official.

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State Supreme Court Ruling

Updated: 03/29/2005 - It's a major victory for energy companies doing business in Colorado.

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Internet Sex Arrest

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Man arrested for allegedly soliciting sex from children on the internet...

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Teen Driver Bill

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Getting a note from a parent won't get new teen drivers off the hook under a bill being considered at the state Capitol.

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Secret Service To Investigate Bush Visit Flap

Updated: 03/29/2005 - The U-S Secret Service is investigating claims that three people were removed from President Bush's town hall meeting on Social Security last week after being singled out because of a bumper sticker on their car.

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Death Penalty Thrown Out

Updated: 03/29/2005 - A juror, who used the Bible during deliberations in a murder trial, leading to a killer's death sentence being thrown out, says she thought she was doing the right thing.

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One Coloradan Missing In Quake

Updated: 03/29/2005 - One Colorado volunteer is OK, but searchers are still looking for another following yesterday's massive earthquake in South Asia.

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Head-On Collision

Updated: 03/27/2005 - A head-on collision in Colorado Springs kills 2 people but this one isn't car versus car. It's car versus apartments.

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Online, In Public

Updated: 03/27/2005 - The right to know versus the right to privacy. A controversial bill regarding convicted sex offenders is making its way through the state legislature.

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Passengers Prohibited

Updated: 03/27/2005 - It could be the end of teens driving other teens.

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Emergency Call

Updated: 03/26/2005 - A 911 call from last week's explosion of a hotel in Western Colorado has been released.

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Not Welcome

Updated: 03/26/2005 - No red carpet treatment from Colorado Springs for members of Westboro Baptist Church who plan to return for another anti-gay protest.

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Blunt Statement

Posted: 03/26/2005 - Mistaken priorities? Students from CU and CSU and an activist group question drug policy enforcement at the state's 2 schools.

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Bacterial Infection

Updated: 03/26/2005 - A scare at Colorado State University. A student has been hospitalized with a form of bacterial meningitis.

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Contract Negotiations

Updated: 03/26/2005 - It's finally over. Workers at Safeway grocery stores accepted a new 4-year contract Saturday, ending several months of bitter negotiations between unionized workers and one of Colorado's largest grocers.

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Bill Writing

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Colorado lawmakers estimate that at least half of the major bills pending this year have been written by lobbyists and political consultants, people who work on behalf of corporations, state agencies or constituencies like organized labor.

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