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CU Drinking Policies

Updated: 01/17/2005 - The decision to make sororities and fraternities wait until spring to recruit members is one part of a strategy that the University of Colorado hopes will transform the school's hard-partying image.

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Marade

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Thousands of people, many carrying signs calling for peace and diversity, marched a two-mile route in Denver to remember Martin Luther King Junior and honor his message of nonviolent change.

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Wind Turbines

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Colorado is one of two states in the running for a plant that would build the nation's largest wind turbines.

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Chemical Weapons Delay

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Colorado Congressman John Salazar wants a Pentagon official to visit Pueblo and answer questions about delays in destroying weapons stockpiled at the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

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Budget Debate

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Governor Owens is sidestepping a potentially thorny fight with his own party.

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Guilty

Updated: 01/16/2005 - Yet another steroid case at the Air Force Academy and this one ends with a guilty verdict.

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Death on the Slopes

Updated: 01/16/2005 - One more tragedy on the slopes of Colorado. An out-of-state teenager was killed Sunday while skiing.

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Hunger Strike

Updated: 01/16/2005 - They are committing acts of protest with their mouths and stomachs.

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Tough Job

Updated: 01/16/2005 - Overworked and difficult working conditions. That's the challenges facing a number of sheriffs departments along the Front Range.

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Freebies

Updated: 01/16/2005 - It pays to be a public official. Figures reported by the state's elected officials show they received several hundred thousand dollars in cash and gifts last year.

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Prisoner Abuse Sentence

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Army Specialist Charles Graner gets a 10-year sentence for Iraqi prisoner abuse.

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Pubelo Weapons Depot

Updated: 01/15/2005 - U.S. Senator Wayne Allard says he plans to meet with Army officials, to ensure continued funding for the decommissioning of weapons held at the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

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Ambulance Accident

Updated: 01/16/2005 - An ambulance rollover in Colorado Springs sends 4 people to the hospital.

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Fraternity House Plans

Updated: 01/15/2005 - A Fort Collins church is looking to turn an empty fraternity house into a community center, following the death of a University of Colorado Student.

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Skier Death

Updated: 01/15/2005 - A 28-year-old Minnesota man died Saturday, in a skiing accident at Vail Mountain.

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Fort Carson Buffer Zone

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Colorado Senator Wayne Allard and Congressman Joel Hefley are backing legislation to create a buffer zone around Fort Carson to protect the Army base's training space.

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Avalanche Danger

Updated: 01/13/2005 - The Colorado Avalanche Center this afternoon renewed a warning against travel in the backcountry.

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State of the State

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Republican Governor Bill Owens today pledged to forge a compromise solution to the state's budget crisis and to work with the Legislature's Democratic majority.

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Casualty

Updated: 01/13/2005 - A 24-year-old soldier whose unit is based at Fort Carson has been killed while serving in Iraq.

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Search

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Crews searching for a snowshoer missing for four days on the ten-thousand-500-foot high Grand Mesa have been unable to find any trace of him since snow fell two days ago.

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Recruiting Aide Indictment

Updated: 01/13/2005 - There was a partial legal victory Thursday for the only person indicted in the University of Colorado football scandal.

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Passenger Identified in Arkansas Plane Crash

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Swift currents in the Arkansas River are hampering the search for a second Colorado resident seen on board a single-engine plane that crashed earlier this week.

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Chemical Weapons Program to Face Cuts

Updated: 01/12/2005 - The Pentagon plans to spend far less than advocates want on disposal of chemical weapons at Army depots in Colorado and Kentucky.

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Deputy Coroner Accused of Stealing

Updated: 01/12/2005 - An El Paso County deputy coroner is accused of stealing and selling prescription drugs collected from the homes of dead people.

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New Legislative Session

Updated: 01/12/2005 - An avalanche of new bills descended on the Legislature Wednesday, ranging from proposals to bar state contractors from sending jobs overseas to increasing the penalties for disposing human waste along roadsides.

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