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Satellite Stalking

Updated: 02/13/2005 - A local man is arrested for stalking his wife after using a GPS satellite system to track her.

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Crackdown

Updated: 02/13/2005 - The DMV is going on the offensive, trying to fight fraud that was uncovered after 3 of its employees were accused of selling licenses illegally.

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Limited Freedom?

Updated: 02/13/2005 - What's said in the state's college lecture halls and classrooms may soon be protected by lawmakers. But it could still be subject to scrutiny by other faculty members.

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Give and Take

Updated: 02/12/2005 - A debate at the state capitol over how much money lawmakers can receive in gifts to run their offices.

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Skier Death

Updated: 02/12/2005 - A 55 year-old Missouri man died Saturday after skiing into a tree on an intermediate trail at Beaver Creek Resort.

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Welfare Welfare

Updated: 02/12/2005 - The problem may be worse than first thought for the state's welfare agency.

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Spending Outside the Bounds?

Updated: 02/12/2005 - A report by the Rocky Mountain News shows the University of Colorado spent half a million dollars at liquor establishments in the past 5 years.

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No Purchase Policy

Updated: 02/12/2005 - Colorado State University says they plan to announce a new policy that prohibits the use of state money to buy alcohol.

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Air Force Academy Applications Drop

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Several military colleges are seeing fewer applications this year -- a drop that may be related to the war in Iraq.

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Professor Controversy

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater says Ward Churchill will be allowed to speak there next month. But he has set some strict conditions for the University of Colorado professor who likened September eleventh victims to a notorious Nazi.

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Homeland Security

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Some state lawmakers are complaining that Governor Owens is keeping them in the dark about homeland security plans. The criticism comes after they saw a report suggesting Colorado isn't properly prepared for terrorism.

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Soldier Death Hoax

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The investigation into a woman who admitted she made up a story about her soldier husband getting killed in Iraq now includes federal authorities.

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Chemical Depot

Updated: 02/09/2005 - Colorado Senators Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar are calling on the Defense Department to start work on a plant to destroy to destroy munitions at the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

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State Building Problems

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A state property official says Colorado had to spend more than one (M) million dollars this year to fix leaky roofs, failing generators and asbestos contamination. And State Architect Larry Friedberg says lawmakers will have to spend 396 (M) million dollars more over the next five years for emergency repairs to state buildings.

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Tenure Legislation

Updated: 02/09/2005 - Governor Bill Owens says it might be time for the state to take over the responsibility of setting tenure policy for university professors.

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Wal-Mart and Unions

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A spokesman for workers trying to start a union at a Loveland Wal-Mart say a company decision to close a store in Canada shows the Colorado workers could have a tough time.

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Worst Intersections

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Springs Police Department releases a list of the top accident locations in the city for 2004.

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Flight Quarantined

Posted: 02/09/2005 - Passengers on a Frontier Airlines flight from Philadelphia were quarantined for at least an hour and a half Tuesday night at Denver International Airport after a woman became ill.

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Defense Budget Windfall for Co. Springs

Updated: 02/09/2005 - The Defense Department has asked for 118 (m) million dollars for construction projects in Colorado, including 98 (m) million dollars for military bases in Colorado Springs.

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Pueblo Jail to Expand

Posted: 02/09/2005 - The overcrowded Pueblo County jail will soon get some much needed space to house inmates.

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Professor Speaks

Updated: 02/09/2005 - No apologies. No backing down. No resignation. Ward Churchill says he will fight to keep his job as Ethics Professor at the University of Colorado.

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Murder-Suicide In Pueblo

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A Pueblo woman is dead this morning following a deadly shooting Tuesday. Police say it may have been a "merc" killing.

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Suthers Sworn In

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Former U-S Attorney John Suthers was sworn in as Colorado's new Republican attorney general Tuesday.

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Sunday Liquor Sales

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Opposition from liquor store owners is causing lawmakers to rethink a bill that would open the door to liquor sales on Sunday.

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