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State Water Crisis

Updated: 04/22/2005 - A Senate committee will decide if the state has enough money to pay for a plan that would create a new framework for water negotiations all over Colorado.

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Fort Carson Soldier Wounded

Updated: 04/22/2005 - The top enlisted man of Fort Carson's Third Armored Cavalry Regiment was wounded in the attack that killed one of his soldiers last weekend.

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Comcast/Time-Warner To Buy Adelphia

Updated: 04/22/2005 - The fate of the scandal-plagued, bankrupt cable television company Adelphia Communications Corporation is one step closer to resolution.

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Super Slab Legislation

Updated: 04/22/2005 - State lawmakers are considering placing some limits on private toll roads -- including the "Super Slab."

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Secret Service Invesitages Visit

Updated: 04/22/2005 - The Secret Service is investigating whether a man who removed three people from a President Bush town hall event last month broke the law by impersonating one of its agents.

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Fountain Man Killed In Chopper Attack

Updated: 04/22/2005 - A former El Paso County sheriff's deputy is among the six American contractors killed when insurgent missile fire downed a commercial helicopter outside of Baghdad, Iraq.

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New Bankruptcy Law

Updated: 04/20/2005 - President Bush signs the biggest rewrite of U-S bankruptcy law in a quarter-century, saying it'll restore fairness to a system that's been widely abused.

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University Marijuana Penalties

Updated: 04/20/2005 - A majority of students at Colorado's two largest university's who voted in favor of easing penalties for smoking pot won't be getting what they want.

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CU Recruiting Scandal

Posted: 04/20/2005 - Incoming University of Colorado president Hank Brown says he will review the investigations and lawsuits surrounding the football recruiting scandal to ensure nobody other than a handful of football players were involved.

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Fort Carson Soldiers Killed

Updated: 04/20/2005 - Three Fort Carson soldiers died in an attack on a base in Ramadi, Iraq.

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Chemical Weapons Destruction on Track

Updated: 04/19/2005 - A Defense Department official has decided against moving chemical weapons from stockpiles in Colorado and Kentucky. Instead, the agency will move forward with plans to build plants to destroy munitions at the sites.

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Alcohol Bill

Updated: 04/19/2005 - People convicted of giving alcohol to minors would lose their drivers' licenses for six months under a bill moving through the Colorado Legislature.

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Drugs Taken From Target Stores

Updated: 04/18/2005 - Target stores in Colorado and across the country are about to pull cold medicines from regular shelves -- and sell them only from pharmacy counters.

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State Budget Issue Will be Decided by Voters

Updated: 04/18/2005 - After years of wrangling, lawmakers agreed today to ask voters to give up more than three (B) billion dollars in surplus tax refunds over five years to pull the state out of its budget crisis.

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Fair Pay?

Updated: 04/17/2005 - Should children of illegal immigrants be getting a break in tuition at the state's colleges and universities? That's the debate members of the House Appropriations Committee are taking up.

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G.O.P. AWOL

Updated: 04/17/2005 - On the job, but not at the job...

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Where's the Rest?

Updated: 04/17/2005 - If your tax refund isn't quite what you expected, you could be the victim of a new law.

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Image is Everything

Updated: 04/17/2005 - It's been a rough road for the University of Colorado. And now, image is everything.

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Beyond the Call of Duty

Updated: 04/17/2005 - He's been on the job for 30 years but it hasn't slowed down Colorado Springs Police Chief Luis Velez.

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Focused Attacks

Updated: 04/16/2005 - They're out to get him. U.S. Senator Ken Salazar will be the target of Focus on the Family.

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Short Staffed

Updated: 04/16/2005 - State lawmakers are concerned about the shortage of National Guard members. Several are on overseas missions, leaving behind depleted units.

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