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Bears Not Hibernating

Updated: 12/27/2002 - At least two bears in Colorado aren't hibernating yet this year.

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Think Tank Organized

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Governor Owens and his advisers are setting up a think tank to study Colorado issues.

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Year End Tax Savings

Updated: 12/27/2002 - The Internal Revenue Service has some ideas on how to save money on your taxes.

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Qwest Downgraded

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Moody's Investors Services has downgraded Qwest Capital Funding's debt.

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Christmas Pardon

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Gov. Bill Owens pardoned a 71-year-old grandfather on Christmas Eve so he could go hunting with his grandson.

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Medical Records Stolen

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Thousands of military personnel and their families could become the victims of identity theft.

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Church Burglary

Updated: 12/27/2002 - Thieves ransack a Colorado Springs church during one of the holiest times of the year.

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Bilingual Education

Updated: 12/26/2002 - Republican lawmaker from Fountain plans to introduce a bill that would abolish bilingual education.

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Plane Crash

Updated: 12/26/2002 - Two people were killed in an Akron plane crash.

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Tree Recycling

Updated: 12/26/2002 - We have some alternative uses for your cut Christmas Tree.

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Christmas Far From Home

Updated: 12/24/2002 - Families who stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Colorado Springs spend this holiday season away from their loved ones.

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Last Minute Shopping

Updated: 12/24/2002 - Southern Colorado procrastinators hit the malls before closing time Tuesday. But nationwide, the numbers are not encouraging.

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Big Holiday Prize

Updated: 12/24/2002 - Coloradans are snapping up Powerball tickets, in hopes of winning the $280 million jackpot.

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Holiday Meals

Updated: 12/24/2002 - The Salvation Army is providing free, hot meals for those in need on Christmas Day.

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Overtime Pay

Updated: 12/24/2002 - About two dozen veteran firefighters who spent months battling wildfires across the West this summer have been ordered to return thousands of dollars in overtime pay.

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No Call List

Updated: 12/24/2002 - Two state lawmakers who wrote the popular telemarketing “do not call” law said they will try to expand it next session.

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Holiday Email

Updated: 12/24/2002 - Send a message to American men and women who are serving overseas this holiday season.

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Skier Incentive Program Ends

Updated: 12/23/2002 - Vail and Keystone resorts have backed off from programs designed to give skiers incentives for carpooling.

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Qwest Long Distance

Updated: 12/23/2002 - Denver based telecommunication company Qwest Communications Incorporated got the federal go-ahead to provide long distance in nine states.

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New DNA Analysis

Updated: 12/23/2002 - Scientists at the University of Denver have developed a way to test DNA that could help find murder suspects more quickly.

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Bridge Demolished

Updated: 12/23/2002 - Transportation workers demolish I-25 bridge over Tejon Street.

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Colorado Loses Jobs

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Updated: 12/23/2002 - For the first time in more than 50 years, Colorado has lost jobs due to the recent recession.

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