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Essay Controversy

Updated: 02/01/2005 - A University of Colorado professor who compared the World Trade Center victims to Nazis skipped his own news conference in Boulder today.

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Amaya Sentenced

Sentencing

Updated: 01/31/2005 - A Lamar woman who allegedly drowned her two children will be committed to the state Mental Health Institute in Pueblo for an indeterminate period.

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For Love of Country

Updated: 01/30/2005 - Iraqi expatriates who live in the United States could cast their vote in their country's elections. There were a handful of polling places around the country and many Iraqis drove hundreds of miles to vote.

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Court Appearance

Updated: 01/30/2005 - A Lamar woman, accused of drowning her 2 young children, is set to appear in court Monday.

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Math Mix-Up

Updated: 01/30/2005 - A bookkeeping mistake means more cash drawn out of the city of Colorado Springs's coffers.

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Job Interview

Updated: 01/30/2005 - The state's next attorney general hopeful will have to face some tough questions of his own.

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Water Works

Updated: 01/30/2005 - A little teamwork between Colorado Springs and Aurora. The 2 cities have agreed to share water obtained by Aurora in a lease of the High Line Ditch water.

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Home from Work

Updated: 01/29/2005 - As a nation gets ready to build itself, those who have had a hand in the rebuilding are now home from work.

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Court Martial

Updated: 01/29/2005 - Yet another court martial for an Air Force Academy Cadet who's been charged of rape.

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Barring Testimony

Updated: 01/29/2005 - University of Colorado attorneys want to seal a deposition from a private investigator who looked into whether the school used alcohol and sex to lure recruits into their football program.

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Needing Spaces

Updated: 01/29/2005 - Cramped quarters for some inmates and now, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office says it may stop housing parole violators to ease overcrowding.

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Open Road

Updated: 01/29/2005 - All set to go. All four lanes of I-70 going through Glenwood Canyon are open more than a week ahead of schedule.

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Pro Rodeo Funding

Updated: 01/27/2005 - The Professional Bull Riders Incorporated is giving 50-thousand dollars to help reopen the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum in Colorado Springs.

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Attempted Abduction

Updated: 01/27/2005 - A Denver woman said she was going to fight -- no matter what the outcome -- when a would-be kidnapper tried to steal her three-month-old son out of her arms.

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Ford Recall

Updated: 01/28/2005 - Ford Motor Company has announced a voluntary recall of nearly 800,000 of its most popular vehicles because of reports of fires under the hoods.

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Change of Command

Updated: 01/28/2005 - Major General Robert Mixon has assumed control and command of the Seventh Infantry Division at Fort Carson -- vowing to ensure that soldiers are ready for the combat they'll face in Iraq.

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Essay Controversy

Updated: 01/27/2005 - A Colorado professor's essay comparing terrorist attack victims to a designer of the Holocaust has prompted one official to distance the school from the man's views.

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State Budget

Updated: 01/26/2005 - Lawmakers have unveiled a much-anticipated plan to bail Colorado out of its budget crisis.

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Bryant Case Moving Forward

Updated: 01/25/2005 - A nasty behind-the-scenes fight is going on in the civil case against Kobe Bryant.

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Fort Carson Armoring Humvees Before Cavalry Returns to Iraq

Updated: 01/25/2005 - Fort Carson mechanics are working overtime to add heavy armor plate, bullet-proof glass and air conditioning to 640 Humvees and trucks before the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment returns to Iraq this spring.

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Colorado Senators Move to Block Pentagon Study

Updated: 01/25/2005 - A bill co-sponsored by Colorado Senators Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar will seek to block funding of a study of shipping chemical munitions from storage facilities in Colorado and other states to sites where destruction systems already are in place.

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Gay Marriage Debate

Updated: 01/24/2005 - Senator Wayne Allard is wasting no time in trying to take advantage of the Republican election victory.

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Johnny Carson Dies

Updated: 01/24/2005 - Long-time "Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson dies at the age of 79.

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