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Pueblo Jail to Expand

Posted: 02/09/2005 - The overcrowded Pueblo County jail will soon get some much needed space to house inmates.

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Professor Speaks

Updated: 02/09/2005 - No apologies. No backing down. No resignation. Ward Churchill says he will fight to keep his job as Ethics Professor at the University of Colorado.

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Murder-Suicide In Pueblo

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A Pueblo woman is dead this morning following a deadly shooting Tuesday. Police say it may have been a "merc" killing.

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Suthers Sworn In

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Former U-S Attorney John Suthers was sworn in as Colorado's new Republican attorney general Tuesday.

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Sunday Liquor Sales

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Opposition from liquor store owners is causing lawmakers to rethink a bill that would open the door to liquor sales on Sunday.

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Life Saver

Updated: 02/06/2005 - A local police officer is a hero for the day.

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Chairlift Accident

Updated: 02/06/2005 - Another accident on the slopes... This one involving a chairlift...

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Pay As You Go

Updated: 02/06/2005 - Plans for another toll road are picking up speed with state lawmakers

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Price Pumped

Updated: 02/06/2005 - High crude oil prices and increased seasonal demand are leading to higher gas prices.

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Total Recall

Updated: 02/06/2005 - Another huge setback for one of Detroit's giants.

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Freedom of Speech?

Updated: 02/05/2005 - Top state and University of Colorado officials want other comments made by professor Ward Churchill to be put in a review. That review will determine whether he'll keep his job.

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Fraternity Summons

Updated: 02/05/2005 - Twelve brothers of a CU fraternity will have their day in court for the drinking death of Lynn Gordon Bailey.

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Liquid Dis-Courage

Updated: 02/05/2005 - The death of several college students in the state... plus a Democratic state legislature... is giving life to a series of alcohol bills.

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Plans on Hold

Updated: 02/05/2005 - The Defense Department is taking heat from the state's representatives.

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Levels Down

Updated: 02/05/2005 - After a strong start in the new year, the state's snowpack levels are now down and make up about 110 percent of average.

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Missing Woman Found

Updated: 02/03/2005 - The search for a Woodland Park woman missing for five days has come to an end.

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Crowley County Sheriff Recall

Updated: 02/03/2005 - A campaign is under way to try to recall the Crowley County sheriff -- who faces four felony charges. Sheriff Jeff Keyes is accused of spilling contaminated waste during a drug arrest and then lying about it to health officials.

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Immigrant Guide

Updated: 02/03/2005 - State education department officials plan to repost an edited version of a controversial guide for immigrants on its Web site.

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Obesity Program Proposal

Updated: 02/03/2005 - Some severely overweight Medicaid patients would be able to get help losing weight under a proposal being considered at the state Capitol.

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Professor Controversy

Updated: 02/03/2005 - The University of Colorado regents are launching a review of the writings and speeches of professor Ward Churchill to determine if there are grounds to fire him.

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Spanish Guide Pulled

Updated: 02/02/2005 - A Spanish-language guide for new immigrants is no longer available on a state Web site, after critics said it encouraged illegal immigrants to take advantage of government benefits and get jobs.

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Focus on the Family Investigation

Updated: 02/02/2005 - A watchdog group has asked the IRS to investigate the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family.

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Professor's 911 Comments

Updated: 02/02/2005 - Colorado's governor has told the University of Colorado president that a controversial professor who compared terrorist attack victims to Nazis should be fired.

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Gay-Straight Alliance

Updated: 02/02/2005 - U.S. District Court Judge Richard Matsch hears arguments, on a request to order Palmer High School to recognize a club that includes gay students.

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Troops Prepare

Updated: 02/02/2005 - Troops in the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Carson are getting ready to head to Iraq.

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