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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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571st Air Ambulance Sendoff

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Members of this Fort Carson unit are preparing for re-deployment to Iraq. And it won't be easy---during their first tour of duty, they lost 2 helicopters and 7 fellow soldiers.

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Denver Post Banned From Fort Carson

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Reporters from The Denver Post are being denied access to Fort Carson as a result of one of the newspaper's articles.

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Convicted Rapist Going Back to Jail

Updated: 12/09/2004 - A La Junta man convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl in 1998 faces a possible sentence of life in prison after being found guilty of attacking a woman last year.

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Suthers Nominated to Replace Salazar

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Gov. Bill Owens has nominated Republican U.S. Attorney John Suthers to replace outgoing Attorney General Ken Salazar.

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Apartment Complex Fire

Updated: 12/08/2004 - On Wednesday morning, fire damaged several units at the Lincoln Springs Apartments.

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Court Martial Delayed

Posted: 12/08/2004 - A Fort Carson soldier accused of manslaughter in the death of an Iraqi civilian is objecting to a delay in his court martial.

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Alcohol Poisoning Death

Updated: 12/08/2004 - A Florence High student has died of alcohol poisoning.

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AFA Report Reaction

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Some Air Force Academy cadets who say they were raped at the school aren't pleased with the results of the latest investigation into the scandal.

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Pearl Harbor Anniversary

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Those who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor are honoring their fellow servicemen who gave their lives that day. The annual Pearl Harbor Survivors Ceremony took place Tuesday morning at the Air Force Academy's Cemetary.

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Fort Carson Deployment

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Soldiers from the 43rd Area Support Group at Fort Carson are scheduled to deploy starting Wednesday.

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 12/07/2004 - A former Fort Carson soldier accused of killing a Taco Bell worker in Colorado Springs last year has pleaded guilty in 4 felony cases.

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Student's Death Investigated

Updated: 12/07/2004 - The Douglas County High School in Castle Rock was locked down for about an hour Tuesday after the body of a 17-year-old student was found in the parking lot.

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Air Force Academy Investigation

Updated: 12/08/2004 - An investigation by the Department of Defense's inspector general criticizes the leadership of the Air Force Academy for not addressing its sexual assault problems.

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DUI Crackdown

Updated: 12/06/2004 - A warning for people who drink, then get behind the wheel. Monday, the state launches its annual crackdown on drunk drivers.

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When Pigs Fly

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Frontier Airlines will change its tail logo when pigs fly. The Denver-based airline was lured to serve Little Rock, Arkansas, this fall by a proposal to put a wild hog on its plane's rudder.

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Toxic Colorado

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Power plants and mining operations dominate a new government list of polluted sites around Colorado. Every year, the Environmental Protection Agency requires companies to report releases of waste or materials containing any of the 582 chemicals it considers toxic.

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Casino Highway

Updated: 12/06/2004 - The fight for gamblers between Central City and Black Hawk isn't dying down. Central City recently raised its own money and built a highway connecting it directly to Interstate 70 so visitors don't have to drive through Black Hawk first. Now Black Hawk has put up $150 million to excavate two tunnels connecting state Highway 119 with the interstate.

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Salazar Stepping Down

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Democratic Attorney General Ken Salazar says he'll resign on January fourth. That's after he'll be sworn in as a U.S. Senator.

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