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Inmate Impotence Drugs

Updated: 06/14/2005 - State officials say that Colorado's Medicaid program spent two-thousand dollars supplying Viagra and other impotence drugs to five registered sex offenders.

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Fort Carson Soldier Killed

Updated: 06/13/2005 - Military officials say one of the soldiers killed over the weekend in Iraq was from a Fort Carson unit.

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Michael Jackson Found Not Guilty on All Charges

Updated: 06/13/2005 - A jury acquitted Michael Jackson on Monday of molesting a 13-year-old cancer survivor at his Neverland ranch, vindicating the pop star who insisted he was the victim of mother-and-son con artists and a prosecutor with a vendetta.

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Scholarship Fund Set Up

Updated: 06/13/2005 - A scholarship fund has been set up for Staff Sergeant Justin Vasquez, the soldier who was killed in Iraq earlier this month.

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Cold Weather

Updated: 06/12/2005 - A severe thunderstorm dropped quarter-sized hail today near Lamar as it moved over southeast Colorado.

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No Arrest

Updated: 06/11/2005 - The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked the military, at least temporarily, from arresting a civilian counselor, who has refused to turn over records of sessions with a former Air Force Academy cadet who says she was raped.

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Rosa to The Citadel?

Updated: 06/11/2005 - Air Force Academy Superintendent Lieutenant General John Rosa Junior is among six finalists to become the next president of The Citadel.

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Skier Visits Up

Updated: 06/10/2005 - Vail Resorts Incorporated is reporting that skier visits rose by more than eight percent in the third quarter but net income dipped because of real estate-associated costs.

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Appeal Filed

Appeal Filed

Updated: 06/10/2005 - A counselor facing arrest for refusing military lawyers' requests for records of her sessions with a former Air Force Academy cadet who says she was raped is asking another court for help.

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"Survivor" Auditions

Updated: 06/09/2005 - Interested in spending time in a remote location with little food, shelter or privacy?

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Churchill Files Lawsuit

Updated: 06/09/2005 - University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has filed an academic-fraud complaint against a professor who has accused Churchill of misconduct.

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Acting Treasurer Named

Updated: 06/09/2005 - State Senator Mark Hillman was sworn in today as acting state treasurer

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Suspect Charged

Updated: 06/10/2005 - The suspect in the slaying of a Denver police officer will be charged with second-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder -- charges that carry up to 96 years in prison.

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Baby Left in Dumpster - Sentencing

Updated: 06/08/2005 - A woman who pleaded guilty to reduced charges in the death of her newborn son is learning her sentence.

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Colorado Springs Marine Found Dead

Updated: 06/08/2005 - A Colorado Springs native and active member of the U.S. Marine Corps is dead, but military officials and Georgia police aren't saying yet how he died.

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Air Force Academy Religious Investigation

Updated: 06/08/2005 - An independent group is now reviewing the religious climate at the Air Force Academy amid allegations of religious intolerance at the school.

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Counselor Arrest Warrant

Updated: 06/08/2005 - A Colorado Springs therapist will fight to stay out of jail in an emergency hearing in federal court today.

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Cosmic Ray Observatory

Updated: 06/07/2005 - Southeastern Colorado is being chosen as the home of a new cosmic ray observatory, which will cover parts of at least three counties when fully built.

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Extradition Issues

Updated: 06/06/2005 - Now that the suspect in the killing of a Denver police officer is in custody in Mexico, Denver authorities are considering their options in what is likely to be a difficult extradition process.

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'Super Slab' Toll Road Bills

Updated: 06/06/2005 - Governor Owens has vetoed two bills Monday designed to put limits on a proposed private toll highway along much of the Front Range.

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Medical Marijuana

Updated: 06/06/2005 - Colorado residents who use marijuana legally under a state medical program can be prosecuted by federal authorities. That's according to a ruling Monday morning by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Officials Don't Like Tuition Hike

Updated: 06/06/2005 - State officials, including Govenor Bill Owens, have blasted a decision by the University of Colorado Board of Regents to raise tuition for in-state students by 28 percent.

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Ludlow Memorial

Posted: 06/06/2005 - A memorial to the Ludlow Massacre of 1914 has been restored.

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