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Pueblo County Tests High For Radon

Updated: 09/10/2008 - According to the Pueblo City-County health department, every Pueblo household should check their homes for the odorless, colorless radon gas by purchasing a radon test kit.

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Fort Carson Hosts Emergency Drill

Updated: 09/10/2008 - The nation has come together as Hurricane Ike makes its way to shore. A massive drill that took place at Fort Carson Wednesday keeps in mind a national disaster can happen anywhere at any time.

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Father Of JonBenet Ramsey Says He Forgives Media

Posted: 09/10/2008 - John Ramsey says he's forgiven the news media for the "cyberspace lynching" he and his wife endured until prosecutors in Colorado cleared them in the 1996 killing of their 6-year-old daughter, JonBenet.

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Hazmat Called In For Fear Of Asbestos

Posted: 09/10/2008 - The incident took place at the Pueblo Wastewater Treatment Plant, where work release people came across some old insulation that could possibly have some asbestos.

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Utilities Rates To Rise

Updated: 09/10/2008 - There are things you can do now to keep that bill from going up too much.

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Gov. Ritter Orders Flags Lowered To Mark Sept. 11

Posted: 09/10/2008 - Gov. Bill Ritter has issued an order for U.S. and Colorado flags at all state buildings to be lowered to half-staff Thursday to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

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Crocs Sued After Child's Foot Hurt In Escalator

Updated: 09/10/2008 - The family of a child whose foot was hurt in an accident at the Atlanta airport is suing Crocs Incorporated, saying the Colorado-based footwear company failed to put safety features in the soft-soled shoes.

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Ike Gains Strength Over Gulf, Aims For Texas

Updated: 09/10/2008 - Hurricane Ike is still a Category one storm with winds near 85 miles-per-hour, but it's starting to gain strength as it moves away from Cuba.

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Muslim Workers Lunch Break Talks Break Down

Posted: 09/10/2008 - Talks at a Greeley meatpacking plant over religious accommodations for Muslim workers have broken down, with some workers saying they will not return to work and may take legal action.

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Comedian Franken Wins Senate Primary

Posted: 09/09/2008 - Comedian Al Franken has won the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Minnesota, setting up a showdown with the Republican incumbent.

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Review Of Police Tactics During RNC Planned

Posted: 09/09/2008 - St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman says former U.S. Attorney Tom Heffelfinger will lead an independent review of law enforcement planning and tactics used during the Republican National Convention.

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Students Forced To Look At Human Waste

Updated: 09/10/2008 - Some 4th and 5th graders in Peyton are exposed to human waste and now some of their parents are livid. The human waste was found in a school bathroom in a paper bag, it was left behind by one of their fellow classmates.

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Girl Scouts Visit KKTV

Updated: 09/09/2008 - Dozens of Daisies, Brownies, Girl Scouts and Cadets filled the KKTV studio Tuesday night.

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Stimulus Checks Boost Child Support

Posted: 09/09/2008 - Deadbeat parents around the country have discovered that their economic stimulus checks from Washington are being intercepted and funneled toward child support agencies.

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Feds Warns Ford Owners About Recalled Vehicles

Updated: 09/09/2008 - The government is urging owners of 5 million recalled Ford vehicles to bring them to dealerships to repair a cruise control switch system that has been tied to engine fires.

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Wisconsin Man Eats 23,000 Big Macs Since 1972

Posted: 09/09/2008 - McDonald's may have found its most loyal fan. Don Gorske of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, says he has eaten 23,000 Big Macs since 1972, and he has no intention of stopping.

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