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Columbia Shuttle Tragedy

Updated: 02/02/2003 - Government officials are working with NASA to piece together yesterday's Columbia tragedy.

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Jail Expansion

Posted: 02/02/2003 - A controversial expansion of the El Paso County Jail is going ahead, despite being voted down, and rejected by the Justice Department.

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Neglect Investigation

Updated: 02/02/2003 - Denver investigators are still trying to determine how a 13 year old girl living in a home with dead animals was overlooked by social services.

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Arson Investigation?

Updated: 02/02/2003 - Pueblo Police are investigating a suspicious fire and possible explosion at a home which led to one woman's death.

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CU Graduate Dies

Updated: 02/02/2003 - Colorado is again mourning one of its own in the latest shuttle disaster.

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Smoking Ban Controversy

Updated: 02/01/2003 - Pueblo residents and business owners are fighting to overturn the recently imposed smoking ban in the city.

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Record Low Snow Fall

Updated: 02/01/2003 - Record high temperatures and record low snowfall in Denver is worrying Coloradans.

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NASA Detected Heat Spike in Shuttle

Updated: 02/03/2003 - NASA engineers settled into their long, joyless task of figuring out how space shuttle Columbia broke apart, saying conditions in the shuttle's final minutes point to a possible problem with its critical heat-protection tiles.

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Columbia's Crew

Updated: 02/01/2003 - Seven people were on board the space shuttle when it exploded Saturday.

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Colorado Project on Board Columbia

Updated: 02/01/2003 - School of Mines research project was one of 80 experiements completed by the shuttle crew before Saturday's accident.

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Space Shuttle Columbia Explodes

Updated: 02/01/2003 - The spacecraft was minutes away from landing when it exploded over Texas, killing all seven people on board.

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Farmers Worried About Drought

Updated: 01/31/2003 - By this time of the year, farmers in the Arkansas Valley should be preparing their fields for the growing season.

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Conviction Overturned

Updated: 01/31/2003 - A Colorado Springs woman convicted of child abuse resulting in death will get a new trial.

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Consumer Recalls

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Some Cooper Lighting 500-watt halogen bulbs and Zenith large-screen televisions have been recalled.

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Nigerian Email Scam

Updated: 01/31/2003 - There's a new email scam that you need to watch out for.

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Do Not Call Lawsuit

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Telemarketers have filed a lawsuit in federal court in Denver to keep the Federal Trade Commission from creating a nationwide Do-Not-Call' list of people who would be off-limits to telephone solicitors.

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School Budget Reform

Updated: 01/31/2003 - State lawmakers have introduced a package of school budget reforms to prevent financial crises like the ones now gripping two Colorado districts.

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Lacy Miller Case

Updated: 01/31/2003 - A Larimer County District judge has continued a motion to unseal affidavits in the murder of a university student.

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Troops to Fort Carson

Updated: 01/29/2003 - 2,100 National Guard and Reserve Soldiers coming to Southern Colorado.

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Bilingual Education

Posted: 01/29/2003 - Bilingual Education bill killed in state house committee.

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