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Eminent Domain

Updated: 09/19/2004 - The possible expansion of an El Paso County road means a tough decision for some Black Forest residents: sell part of their land to the county or face a court battle and maybe lose it anyway?

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Hot Issue

Updated: 09/19/2004 - A move to lower the state's drinking age has become a hot issue for the Senate race after the possible alcohol-related death at CU and a confirmed death at CSU.

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Name-Word Association

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Image seems to be everything in this year's Senate race.

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Pay As You Go?

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Pay as you go may not be such a foreign concept for Colorado Springs residents in the near future.

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Death Investigation

Updated: 09/18/2004 - The national head of the fraternity involved in the latest death of a college student is in the state.

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Waste Management

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Construction will begin soon on a plant that will destroy mustard gas stored at the Pueblo chemical depot.

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Remembering the Fallen

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Making the ultimate sacrifice, the men and women who died in the line of duty are honored at the Fallen Firefighter Memorial observance.

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Meat Recall

Updated: 09/18/2004 - More than 1,000 lbs. of pork processed at an Iowa packing plant is being recalled because a microchip could be embedded in the meat.

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Memo to John Kerry: Back Off!

Updated: 09/18/2004 - After stops in Boulder and Pueblo, independent Presidential candidate Ralph Nader is took shots against his two rivals and told Democratic candidate John Kerry to "back off".

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Court Martial Hearing Wraps Up

Updated: 09/16/2004 - Final arguments were heard Thursday in the case of an Air Force Academy football player accused of using illegal steroids.

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AFA Grad Killed in Iraq

Updated: 09/16/2004 - A 1989 Air Force Academy graduate died Sept. 14 while supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Maj. Kevin Shea was killed during enemy action in the Al Anbar Province.

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Grand Jury Report on Columbine

Updated: 09/16/2004 - A grand jury says it's troubled by notes and files that are still missing from the investigation of the Columbine shootings. But it says it can't issue any indictments.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 09/15/2004 - Jury selection enters its third day today in the trial of a Colorado man accused of killing a Massachusetts teenager.

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The Costs of Prosecuting Kobe Bryant

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Prosecutors in the Kobe Bryant case spent nearly $398,000 from last July through August 31st, the day before charges against the NBA superstar were dropped.

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Private Prison Concerns

Updated: 09/14/2004 - The nation's largest operator of private prisons says its jails are more secure than government facilities.

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President Bush Visits Colorado

Updated: 09/14/2004 - President Bush told a crowd at Coors Amphitheater in Greenwood Village Tuesday morning that Colorado's economy is getting better, and he stressed his administration's record on health care.

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Kerry Plans Colorado Visit

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry has had Colorado in his sights, even though it's Republican-leaning.

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President Bush's Remarks

Updated: 09/14/2004 - Read all of President Bush's remarks from his Victory 2004 Rally in Greenwood Village.

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Presidential Visit

Updated: 09/13/2004 - President Bush is set to visit Colorado for a rally Tuesday morning at Coors Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village.

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New National Park in Colorado

Updated: 09/13/2004 - More than 100,000 acres of towering sand dunes, snow-capped mountains and high desert are now the Great Sand Dunes National Park and the Baca National Wildlife Refuge.

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Trial Begins

Updated: 09/12/2004 - The murder trial for a Colorado College graduate is set to begin Monday.

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Fightin' Words

Updated: 09/12/2004 - The war over words begins. Senate candidates Ken Salazar and Pete Coors battled and called each other names in their first debate in Grand Junction Saturday night.

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