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No Questions Asked?

Updated: 05/01/2005 - Will the state's courts go back to a "no questions asked" policy for their juries? That's what's being reviewed in a case at the state supreme court on Monday.

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Early Exit? Fat Chance

Updated: 05/01/2005 - The chances of getting out early? Pretty much gone for state lawmakers.

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Joining Forces?

Updated: 05/01/2005 - A plan to join forces could be in the works for flight attendants of Denver-based carrier Frontier Airlines.

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Body Found

Updated: 04/30/2005 - Colorado Springs Police are investigating a woman's death on the southwest side of town.

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Done Deal

Updated: 04/30/2005 - It's a done deal! Negotiations with the state's Albertson's employees and the grocery chain are over with a new contract.

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Help Wanted

Updated: 04/30/2005 - Plenty of jobs but not enough workers. All because not enough work permits are available to go around.

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Outbreak

Updated: 04/30/2005 - Health officials are blaming a New Mexico poultry hatchery for an outbreak of salmonella in Colorado and 4 other states.

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United Strikes?

Updated: 04/29/2005 - United Airlines' flight attendants union says it'll stage intermittent strikes if the company goes ahead with a plan to terminate traditional employee pensions.

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Snow Tortoise

Updated: 04/29/2005 - There's a new idea to help keep drivers safe during bad weather. It may make your commute a little slower, but it could save your life.

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Next Governor?

Updated: 04/29/2005 - Republican Congressman Bob Beauprez is making it clear he'll run for governor next year, but he says a formal announcement is probably a few months away.

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AFA Lawsuit?

Updated: 04/29/2005 - A national group that monitors the separation of church and state says it may sue the Air Force Academy.

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Ludlow Memorial

Updated: 04/29/2005 - The Ludlow Massacre memorial is finally being restored 90-years after the masscare near Trinidad.

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Convention Center In Limbo

Updated: 04/29/2005 - Colorado Springs won't be getting a new downtown convention center anytime soon.

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Sen. Salazar Clarifies Focus Comments

Updated: 04/28/2005 - In an interview with 11 News on Tuesday, Senator Salazar used the term Anti-Christ in reference to Focus on the Family.

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Another Messy Commute

Updated: 04/29/2005 - Rain, sleet, snow and fog have combined with cold temperatures to create a dangerous mix of weather across much of Colorado.

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NFL Steroid Hearing

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A House committee chair says the National Football League's steroid testing policy is "tough" -- but Tom Davis says "it's not perfect."

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Fake Military Death Notifications

Updated: 04/27/2005 - The F.B.I. and the U.S Attorneys office have been asked to look into a situation that has put some military families in Colorado on edge. Some families are receiving phone calls from people who are making bogus claims about the death of a loved one serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.

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Denver Bank Bomb Scare

Updated: 04/27/2005 - Denver's bomb squad has destroyed a box allegedly containing an explosive device -- carried into a downtown branch of KeyBank Wednesday morning.

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Terror Attack Increase

Updated: 04/27/2005 - Terror attacks worldwide more than tripled last year, according to government figures released today by a senior House Democrat.

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White House Security Alert

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A security alert at the White House Wednesday morning sent armed officers running across the grounds and prompted aides to usher President Bush out of the Oval Office.

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Friends React to Murder/Suicide

Updated: 04/27/2005 - When Julie Rifkin shot and killed her two boys and herself early Sunday morning, many people were sad, surprised and confused.

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Lawmakers Put Off Tax Credit Work

Updated: 04/26/2005 - Governor Owens and legislative leaders are postponing all legislation on tax credits until November.

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Former Fraternity Members Sentenced

Updated: 04/26/2005 - Five former members of the Chi Psi fraternity at the University of Colorado have pleaded guilty to providing alcohol to a minor, following the drinking death of an 18-year-old pledge from Dallas last fall.

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Anti-Super Slab Bill

Updated: 04/26/2005 - A bill that could prevent a private toll road from being built on the Eastern Plains is headed to the state Senate for a vote.

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Soldier Rejects Plea Deal

Updated: 04/26/2005 - A Fort Carson-based soldier backed out of a plea deal Tuesday and pleaded not guilty to killing an Iraqi civilian while searching for insurgents in Iraq who'd attacked a U.S. base north of Baghdad.

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