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Fish Passage Planned For Colorado Creek

Posted: 11/09/2008 - Biologists are working on a ramp for fish to help them migrate through South Boulder Creek the way they did before the creek was dammed.

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Motor Home Destroyed In Fire

Updated: 11/10/2008 - A fire burns dangerously close to a house, and destroys a family's motor home.

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Ski Shops Increasing Rental Inventory

Posted: 11/09/2008 - Colorado ski-rental shops are expanding their inventory and making easier for vacationers to rent equipment amid increasing airline baggage fees.

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Missionaries Shooting Trial Begins Monday

Posted: 11/09/2008 - The trial for a man accused of killing one Mormon missionary and wounding another from Colorado is scheduled to begin Monday in Chesapeake.

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Casinos Hope New Bet Limits Will Fix Their Slump

Posted: 11/09/2008 - Colorado Casinos are coming off their worst economic year in the state's 17-year gambling history, but owners are hoping a voter-approved amendment will put them out of their slump by expanding the hours and games they offer.

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Father Overcome By Emotion In Child Murder Case

Posted: 11/09/2008 - A Denver father overcome by the burning death of his son had to be restrained when the child's mother and boyfriend appeared in court to face murder charges.

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CU Wants Vending Machines To Help Fund Tuition

Updated: 11/09/2008 - University of Colorado faculty want more money from campus vending machines to be invested in the scholarship fund the school has for their dependents.

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Truck Pulled From Quail Lake; No Injuries

Updated: 11/08/2008 - Most anglers dream about catching the big one, but normally with a fishing pole. A tow truck hooked a decent size catch in Quail Lake on the southwest side of Colorado Springs. It pulled up a red Chevy short bed pickup.

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Russian Navy: Sub Accident Kills More Than 20

Posted: 11/08/2008 - The Russian navy says an accident aboard one of its nuclear-powered submarines on a test run in the Pacific Ocean has killed more than 20 people.

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E. Coli Sickens Colorado Children

Posted: 11/07/2008 - Health officials say eight children sickened in an E. coli outbreak in the Evergreen area may have been infected through exposure to elk droppings while playing outside.

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Remains Found Beneath Construction Site

Updated: 11/09/2008 - A crew working on a parking garage project about a mile and half from the State Capitol uncovered remains from one of Denver's first cemeteries.

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Dino Bones: Behind Closed Doors

Updated: 11/08/2008 - From a newly discovered fossil, to a masterpiece for everyone to see, that's the job of Paleontologist Mike Triebold. You may not recognize his face, but chances are, you've seen his place of work.

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Judge Denies Request for Mistrial

Updated: 11/07/2008 - The defense made the request because an ATF agent involved in the case is now claiming he had some inaccurate information.

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Deadly Railroad Crossing In Rocky Ford

Updated: 11/10/2008 - Five people have been killed in a little more than 4-months. All were hit by trains while driving across the exact same railroad crossing in Rocky Ford. Three were killed on Friday night and the other two were killed this past July.

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Colorado Voters Reject Affirmative Action Ban

Updated: 11/07/2008 - Colorado voters have rejected a proposal to ban state affirmative action programs, becoming the first state to say no to a ballot measure that has been passed in four other states.

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