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Churchill Report Delayed

Updated: 03/14/2005 - A panel's report that may conclude whether the University of Colorado has grounds to fire a tenured ethnic studies professor is NOT finished, and may not be ready for another two weeks.

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Fort Carson Court Martial

Updated: 03/14/2005 - A jury of seven Army officers has been seated at Fort Carson in the trial of a captain accused of assaulting Iraqi civilians.

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Winter Weather Headaches on I-25

Winter Traffic

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Wintry weather is suspected of being partly to blame for a 60-to-70-vehicle crash that shut down a portion of Interstate 25 in southern Colorado this morning.

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Court Martial

Updated: 03/13/2005 - Another court martial hearing has been set for a member of the Mountain Post.

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Passenger Ban

Updated: 03/13/2005 - The state legislature is one step closer to approving a bill that would protect teenagers in a car.

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Machine Inspection

Updated: 03/13/2005 - State lawmakers will get a briefing on problems that have arisen from the state's $200 million welfare computer system.

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Fair Treatment?

Updated: 03/13/2005 - Are African-Americans getting adequate attention from CU officials when it comes to incidents of racism? The NAACP says "no".

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A Cut Above the Rest

Updated: 03/13/2005 - A little man on a great cause, setting him a cut above the rest.

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Project Green Light?

Updated: 03/12/2005 - Wal-Mart gets a hesitant thumbs up in Woodland Park.

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Super Slab Me?

Updated: 03/12/2005 - Anger and frustration! Emotions are running high in Pueblo County.

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Stalled Negotiations

Updated: 03/12/2005 - The investigation into Ward Churchill's future could take longer than the planned 30 days.

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The Replacements

Updated: 03/12/2005 - The search is on to replace C.U. President Elizabeth Hoffman who resigned earlier this week.

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Budget Fix?

Updated: 03/12/2005 - The state's senators are trying to convince Governor Owens to support their budget fix. It would allow voters to have more influence on how long the legislature could hold on to extra tax revenues.

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Gas and Go

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Prices at the pump are now topping over two-dollars a gallon. The rise in price is spurring something called a gas and dash.

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Protests Remain Peaceful

Updated: 03/12/2005 - Peaceful and without any problems. That's how the protests in front of Palmer High School ended this morning.

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Reopening

Updated: 03/11/2005 - The ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs will reopen its doors next month, after a three-month break to firm up its plans and finances.

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Possible Buyout Talks Stalled

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Negotiations on a possible buyout for CU professor Ward Churchill have broken off.

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Woodland Park Wal-Mart: No Decision Yet

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Woodland Park City Planners met late into the night -- and into the morning hearing the pro's and cons of a Wal-Mart in the community.

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Telluride To Dedicate Ebersol Trail

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Telluride Ski Resort is naming a trail after Teddy Ebersol -- the 14-year-old son of N-B-C Sports executive Dick Ebersol and actress Susan Saint James who died in a plane crash in November.

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Professors Under Fire

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Three teachers at state universities face questions about their futures over comments they allegedly made, according to the professors or school officials.

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Some Fight Keg Bill

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Liquor stores and the beer industry are fighting a legislative proposal to put identification tags on beer kegs.

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D-N-A Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders.

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Authorities say a D-N-A match between a cigarette butt found in Chicago, and a man who committed suicide in Wisconsin, has convinced police that an electrician named Bart Ross was a killer

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Colorado In Running For Plane Plant

Updated: 03/09/2005 - A Colorado company that said last year it planned to build a new airplane factory in Albuquerque, New Mexico is apparently having second thoughts.

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Board Moves to Replace Hoffman

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The University of Colorado Board of Regents is acting quickly to begin the search for a replacement of C-U President Elizabeth Hoffman, who announced her resignation two days ago.

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