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United Deal

Updated: 12/14/2004 - United Airlines and its pilots' union announced Tuesday that they've reached a tentative agreement on a new contract. The agreement makes the pilots the first of United's four big unions to come to initial terms on the latest round of cuts at the bankrupt airline.

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Iraqi Death Investigation

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A military judge at Fort Hood, Texas, has approved a request to exhume the body of an alleged Iraqi drowning victim prosecutors say was killed after being pushed into a river by troops based at Fort Carson.

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DHS Blames Workers

Updated: 12/14/2004 - The head of the state Human Services Department is blaming county workers for problems with Colorado's new welfare computer system. Marva Hammons made the comment while testifying during a lawsuit. She says county workers are "computer illiterate". And she says that has caused many of the delays related to the Colorado Benefits Management Sysytem.

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CU Chancellor Steps Down

Updated: 12/14/2004 - University of Colorado Boulder campus Chancellor Richard Byyny is changing jobs within the C.U. system following eight sometimes tumultuous years in the job.

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Meteor Shower

Updated: 12/13/2004 - If you're willing to bundle up and get away from the lights of the city around midnight Monday night, you could be in for a spectacular show.

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Lawsuit Dropped

Updated: 12/13/2004 - One of three federal lawsuits at the center of the University of Colorado football recruiting scandal has been dropped. In a written statement, the 21-year-old says she is withdrawing her lawsuit with "great reluctance."

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CSU Student Death

Updated: 12/13/2004 - New information in the case of a Colorado State University student found dead over the weekend. Police say 20 year old Bennett Bertoli had been ticketed in the past, for an alcohol violation. His body was found Saturday morning in a house near the CSU campus.

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Official Misconduct

Updated: 12/13/2004 - A 14-year law enforcement veteran has quit, after police found pictures of a half-naked man. Charles "Chip" Broshous was charged with official misconduct, and given 2 years probation. The charges relate to an incident back in July.

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Jury Recommends Execution for Peterson

Updated: 12/13/2004 - A jury in Redwood City, California, has decided that Scott Peterson should be executed for killing his wife, Laci, and her fetus.

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Another Student Death

Updated: 12/12/2004 - Another student is dead at a Colorado university and drinking may have been a factor in this one as well.

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Accident Waiting to Happen?

Updated: 12/12/2004 - Was it an accident waiting to happen? Federal aviation records indicate "yes".

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Pulled From the Markets?

Updated: 12/12/2004 - It's making money but it could still shut down. Rumors say Albertson's may close its 61 stores in the state because it's trailing King Soopers, Safeway, and Wal-Mart Supercenters in market share.

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Payout

Updated: 12/12/2004 - Sixty-six Coloradans who've been wronged by lawyers will receive a surprise stocking stuffer: cash.

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Love Lost, Love Found?

Updated: 12/12/2004 - If you've been looking for love in all the wrong places, there's one more place to check. But a warning: your search is going to be made for TV.

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Too Young to Die

Updated: 12/11/2004 - Friends and family turned out to remember a teenager whose life was cut short.

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Plague Fatality

Updated: 12/11/2004 - A 66 year-old man is the first person to die from the Bubonic plague in 5 years.

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Victims Identified

Updated: 12/11/2004 - The victims of a plane crash that happened Friday night in Douglas County are now identified.

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No Icing

Updated: 12/11/2004 - As the investigation into last month's plane crash in Montrose continues, the NTSB has ruled out at least one possible cause: icing.

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Less Give, More Take

Updated: 12/11/2004 - No need to go to Charles Dickens to find a Scrooge. You can find them on your home turf.

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New Jobs Coming to Pueblo

Updated: 12/10/2004 - An offshoot of financial services giant Dun and Bradstreet is adding an office and more than 300 new jobs in Pueblo.

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Fort Carson Lifts Newspaper Ban

Updated: 12/10/2004 - Fort Carson has lifted its restrictions on The Denver Post after speaking with the newspaper's editor.

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Roommates in D.C.

Posted: 12/10/2004 - Brothers Ken and John Salazar will room together when they go to Washington next month. The two Democrats have rented an apartment together.

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AFA Basketball Player Reinstated

Updated: 12/10/2004 - The Air Force Academy has reinstated a basketball player suspended for his alleged role in a cheating incident.

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Teen Death

Updated: 12/10/2004 - An adult and eleven minors may be charged in last week's alcohol poisoning death of a high school senior in Florence.

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Snow in the Mountains

Updated: 12/09/2004 - More than a foot of snow had fallen in some areas of the central and northern mountains by midday Thursday.

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