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Concealed Weapons Bill

Posted: 03/20/2007 - A measure barring Colorado residents from getting concealed weapons permits from other states is moving along. The House Judiciary Committee approved it Tuesday and sent it to the full House for debate.

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Seat Belt Bill Headed To The House - Update

Updated: 03/21/2007 - The House Transportation and Energy Committee passed a measure Tuesday afternoon that they believe will save lives, reduce the cost of health care, and qualify Colorado to receive millions in federal transportation and safety grants.

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Lawmakers Calling For Attorney General to Step Down

Updated: 03/20/2007 - Colorado Republican Representative Tom Tancredo Tuesday joined a number of other lawmakers in calling for the resignation of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, citing what he calls "leadership failures" on illegal immigration -- more than the firing of eight U.S. attorneys.

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Blood Drive To Benefit Wounded Soldiers

Updated: 03/20/2007 - The Air Force Academy and Fort Carson are hosting a blood drive March 19th-23rd to support wounded soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Mother Arrested For Sexual Assault on Father

Updated: 03/19/2007 - A Louisville woman is arrested, and accused of having children with a teenager. Police say the father was only 13 years old when the couple's first child was conceived, and DNA tests prove he is the father.

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Mouse In Chips

Updated: 03/19/2007 - Frito-Lay says a mouse probably chewed its way into a bag of chips.

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Soldier's Father Proud of Son

Updated: 03/19/2007 - On the 4th anniversary of the war in Iraq, nationwide, today is marked with protest. For a Southern Colorado father, it's marked with pride.

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Pet Food Recall

Updated: 03/19/2007 - A warning for pet owners, after a major pet food maker recalled 60 million cans and pouches of cat and dog food. The food is being blamed for at least ten pet deaths.

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Qwest-Nacchio Trial

Updated: 03/20/2007 - A federal judge today will continue searching for 12 jurors and six alternates for the insider trading trial of former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio.

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Iraq: 4 Years Later

Updated: 03/19/2007 - In 2003, the U.S. roared into Iraq with "Shock and Awe". Now, after four years of fighting, American soldiers are still rolling into Baghdad.

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Protesters Mark War Anniversary

Updated: 03/18/2007 - Four years ago this week, the U.S. invaded Iraq. Today, about a hundred gathered at Acacia Park to mark the anniversary with a protest.

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Peace Activists Injured at Parade

Updated: 03/17/2007 - Two women, 65 and 67-years-old, suffered minor injuries after they say police used unnecessary force, when asking them to leave the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday.

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Dog Food Recall

Posted: 03/17/2007 - Pet owners are worried that the pet food in their cupboards could be deadly after millions of containers of dog and cat food sold at major retailers across North America were recalled.

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Bison Escapes in Lakewood

Updated: 03/17/2007 - A pet buffalo has been put down after it escaped today in Lakewood.

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Peace Marchers Arrested at St. Patrick's Day Parade

Updated: 03/17/2007 - Saturday’s St. Patrick's day parade in downtown Colorado Springs turned bad for some parade participants and spectators when a group of peace marchers were arrested.

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Boulder Man Apologizes for Wild Goose Chase

Posted: 03/17/2007 - A 21-year-old Boulder man has apologized for sending hundreds of volunteers on an expensive and dangerous search in Eldorado Canyon State park for a friend who had run away to avoid returning to his Marine unit.

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Murdered Woman's Family Problems Not Passed On

Posted: 03/17/2007 - Although police visited the Lafayette home of Linda Damm at least six times in the year before she was allegedly murdered, county social services was never informed of the problems they found.

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Wild Bison Return to Colorado

Posted: 03/17/2007 - After more than a century's absence, the wild bison who used to thunder across the prairie in their millions, have returned to Colorado's Front Range in full view of Denver's skyline.

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More Troops Headed to Iraq

Updated: 03/17/2007 - As Democrats in Congress fight to bring U.S. troops home, the situation in Iraq seems to only be getting worse. Word Friday that the top Commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, has requested up to 3-thousand additional forces to support the latest U.S. offensive.

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Pueblo Soldier Laid To Rest

Updated: 03/16/2007 - Harris was a lifelong resident of Pueblo, and a 2002 graduate of South High School. He is survived by his wife and high school sweat heart Joanna and their two year old son, Jonah.

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Fort Carson Soldier Killed in Iraq

Updated: 03/16/2007 - The Department of Defense says 22 year old Sergeant Robert M. Carr of Warren, Ohio, died Mar. 13 in Baghdad. He was killed when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle.

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Casino Smoking Ban Could Be Extinguished

Posted: 03/16/2007 - A bill to extend the state's smoking ban to casinos is in trouble. Members of the Senate said Friday that gamblers should be allowed to continue smoking as long as people in cigar bars and at Denver International Airport's smoking lounge are allowed to light up.

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