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Possible Buyout Talks Stalled

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Negotiations on a possible buyout for CU professor Ward Churchill have broken off.

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Woodland Park Wal-Mart: No Decision Yet

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Woodland Park City Planners met late into the night -- and into the morning hearing the pro's and cons of a Wal-Mart in the community.

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Telluride To Dedicate Ebersol Trail

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Telluride Ski Resort is naming a trail after Teddy Ebersol -- the 14-year-old son of N-B-C Sports executive Dick Ebersol and actress Susan Saint James who died in a plane crash in November.

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Professors Under Fire

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Three teachers at state universities face questions about their futures over comments they allegedly made, according to the professors or school officials.

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Some Fight Keg Bill

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Liquor stores and the beer industry are fighting a legislative proposal to put identification tags on beer kegs.

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D-N-A Links Suspect to Lefkow Murders.

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Authorities say a D-N-A match between a cigarette butt found in Chicago, and a man who committed suicide in Wisconsin, has convinced police that an electrician named Bart Ross was a killer

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Colorado In Running For Plane Plant

Updated: 03/09/2005 - A Colorado company that said last year it planned to build a new airplane factory in Albuquerque, New Mexico is apparently having second thoughts.

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Board Moves to Replace Hoffman

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The University of Colorado Board of Regents is acting quickly to begin the search for a replacement of C-U President Elizabeth Hoffman, who announced her resignation two days ago.

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Pueblo Plane Crash Update

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The pilots of a Circuit City corporate jet say they picked up some ice while flying to Pueblo last month, but were able to shed it using in-flight deicing equipment.

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Former Teacher Sentenced

Updated: 03/08/2005 - A former teacher and tennis coach has been ordered to spend eleven years to life in prison for having a sexual relationship with a former student -- who was underage.

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Professor Review Continues

Updated: 03/08/2005 - University of Colorado officials say their review of the writings of a professor who likened some September eleventh victims to a Nazi bureaucrat probably won't be finished until next Monday.

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West Nile To Return?

Updated: 03/08/2005 - Colorado health officials say the West Nile virus could be back again for another year.

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Voters May Decide Budget Fix

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Colorado Democratic leaders are considering letting voters decide how to solve a 234-(m)-million-dollar budget shortfall -- following two months of debate without a solution.

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Barton Review?

Updated: 03/07/2005 - The Colorado Supreme Court is considering whether to review the 12-year state prison sentence handed down to a woman who started the worst wildfire in Colorado's history.

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Hoffman's Letter To Regents

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Read the full text of Betsy Hoffman's letter to the C-U Board of Regents

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Hoffman Resigns

Updated: 03/07/2005 - University of Colorado President Betsy Hoffman has announced her resignation in a letter to the C-U Board of Regents.

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Lucky Landing

Updated: 03/06/2005 - Take some sunshine and a fair amount of wind and you have the makings for a good day of soaring the skies over Colorado Springs. Mix in a weather change and some quick thinking and you have the makings for an exciting landing somewhere other than the airport.

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Break-In & Shooting

Updated: 03/06/2005 - Pueblo Sheriffs Deputies need your help In finding a man who broke into a home and shot a woman inside.

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On the Defensive

Posted: 03/06/2005 - A tough year for the University of Colorado... And it's also making for a tough time for a former attorney general.

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Playing Politics?

Updated: 03/06/2005 - Congressman Joel Hefley, recently removed as Chairman of the House Ethics Committee, believes the move was politically motivated.

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Class Rules

Updated: 03/06/2005 - All you ever needed to know, you learned in kindergarten. And some state lawmakers agree.

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