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Major Beef

Updated: 01/22/2005 - The country's ranchers and cattlemen have a major beef with plans to open the border to Canadian cattle imports.

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Contract Negotiations

Updated: 01/22/2005 - Is there finally an end to the labor disagreement between the state's 3 largest supermarket chains and their employees?

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Officer Impersonation

Updated: 01/20/2005 - The practice of criminals posing as police officers is hardly a new phenomenon, but authorities say it's becoming disturbingly common in the United States.

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Presidential Inauguration

Updated: 01/20/2005 - President Bush along with FirstLady Laura Bush, and their twin daughters, began the morning of his second inauguration worshipping at St. Johns Episcopal Church.

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Protests

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Several hundred people gathered outside the State Capitol today to protest the inauguration of President Bush for a second term.

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Salazar Brothers

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Brothers Ken and John Salazar joined other members of Congress on the platform in front of the Capitol as President Bush was sworn today for a second term.

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President Bush Sworn-In

Updated: 01/20/2005 - President Bush has officially begun his second term in office -- with a pledge to bring liberty and freedom "to the darkest corners of the world."

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CU Alcohol Incident

Updated: 01/19/2005 - A University of Colorado sorority has been put on probation after pledges were given alcohol during a sleepover.

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Parental Notification

Updated: 01/19/2005 - A new survey of teens in Colorado and 32 other states suggests parental notification laws won't curb underage sex.

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Pueblo Chemical Depot

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Colorado's two senators say the Pentagon still plans to neutralize chemical weapons stored at the Pueblo Chemical Depot.

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Inauguration Security

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Police in Washington, D.C. have begun closing off streets, as part of the security steps being taken for President Bush's inauguration Thursday.

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Colorado Soldier Killed

Updated: 01/19/2005 - The Colorado Senate paused Wednesday for a moment of silence to honor a Cortez soldier who was killed in Iraq by a bomb.

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Grass Fire Burning Northwest of Arvada

Updated: 01/18/2005 - Firefighters from several area departments have beaten back a grass fire that was threatening several homes northwest of Arvada.

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COSMIX Set to Begin

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Colorado Springs' largest highway construction project starts this summer.

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Xcel Seeks Rate Increase

Updated: 01/18/2005 - X-cel Energy is seeking another price increase -- this time on electricity generated by its wind farms.

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Budget Debate

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Governor Owens is sidestepping a potentially thorny fight with his own party.

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Guilty

Updated: 01/16/2005 - Yet another steroid case at the Air Force Academy and this one ends with a guilty verdict.

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Death on the Slopes

Updated: 01/16/2005 - One more tragedy on the slopes of Colorado. An out-of-state teenager was killed Sunday while skiing.

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Hunger Strike

Updated: 01/16/2005 - They are committing acts of protest with their mouths and stomachs.

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Tough Job

Updated: 01/16/2005 - Overworked and difficult working conditions. That's the challenges facing a number of sheriffs departments along the Front Range.

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Freebies

Updated: 01/16/2005 - It pays to be a public official. Figures reported by the state's elected officials show they received several hundred thousand dollars in cash and gifts last year.

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Prisoner Abuse Sentence

Updated: 01/15/2005 - Army Specialist Charles Graner gets a 10-year sentence for Iraqi prisoner abuse.

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