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Rita Evacuees Return Home

Updated: 09/25/2005 - People are returning to Texas cities evacuated ahead of Hurricane Rita.

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Bear Attack

Updated: 09/23/2005 - State wildlife officials say an 85-year-old Colorado Springs woman is lucky to have only minor injuries after a bear attack.

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TABOR Debate Frustration

Updated: 09/22/2005 - More disagreement today at the state Capitol over proposals to loosen the state's strict tax-and-spending limits.

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Pueblo Prosecutor Arrested in Aspen

Updated: 09/21/2005 - Police in Aspen say a prosecutor from Pueblo was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

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New Jobs

Updated: 09/21/2005 - That's because most of the work on missile defense projects in the contract will be done there.

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Rita as Bad as Katrina?

Updated: 09/21/2005 - Colorado State University's Dr. William Gray is predicting that Hurricane Rita could end up as the next-to-worst storm in the country's history, second only to Hurricane Katrina.

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Voter Registration Issues

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Software problems are expected to delay the launch of new voter registration systems in Colorado.

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More Accusations Against Former Catholic Teacher

Updated: 09/20/2005 - A former Catholic high school teacher already accused of sexually assaulting Colorado students in the 1960s is now accused of abusing a student in Missouri.

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Jobs Available for Hurricane Evacuees

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Vail Resorts is waiting to hear whether any of the 7,000 Harrah's Casino employees uprooted by Hurricane Katrina want to work at a ski area this winter.

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Governor Owens Defends President Bush

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Governor Bill Owens is defending President Bush's handling of Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath, saying Bush had no power to send federal troops in to Louisiana without a request from that state's Democratic governor, Kathleen Blanco.

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New Ski Area?

Updated: 09/18/2005 - A man in Custer County is seeking permission from county officials to open a ski area near Bishop's Castle.

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Fallen Firefighter Memorial

Updated: 09/17/2005 - Hundreds of people from all over the United States and Canada are in Colorado Springs to pay tribute to the fallen firefighters they loved.

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Natural Gas Prices

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Sharply rising natural gas prices are raising fresh worries for thousands of households over winter heating bills.

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Air Force Urges Promotion of Gen. Johnny Weida

Updated: 09/14/2005 - The head of the Air Force is urging the Senate Armed Services Committee to promote Brigadier General Johnny Weida -- who was accused of mixing religion with official duties as the Number Three commander at the Air Force Academy.

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Diocese of Pueblo Sued

Updated: 09/14/2005 - Two men who attended a Catholic high school in Colorado have sued the Diocese of Pueblo, claiming a teacher drugged and sexually assaulted them some 40 years ago.

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Ski Areas Celebrating Snow

Updated: 09/14/2005 - Light snow fell today in parts of the south-central Colorado mountains, the first widespread snow of the season.

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Pueblo Casino Debate

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Pueblo city officials are interested in a proposal by Oklahoma Indian tribes to build a $100 million casino and hotel -- but not necessarily sold on it.

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