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Massive Beef Recall Linked To Tainted Knife

E. coli

Updated: 01/17/2003 - A meat science expert says an infected knife may have been the source of E. coli contamination that resulted in a massive beef recall last summer.

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State of the State

Updated: 01/17/2003 - Gov. Owens is proposing spending $19 million to stimulate the economy as lawmakers deal with the worst state budget crisis in decades.

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Build-A-Bear Recall

Updated: 01/16/2003 - Build-A-Bear Workshop has announced a recall of "Founding Bear" stuffed bears because of a choking hazard.

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Smoking Ban Suspended

Updated: 01/16/2003 - The Pueblo smoking ban has been lifted temporarily.

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Death Labeled Accidental

Updated: 01/16/2003 - A couple found dead in their Highlands Ranch home are thought to have died accidentally.

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Ski Death

Updated: 01/16/2003 - A worker at Keystone Ski Resort has died after falling from a chairlift.

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"United We Stand" Colorado License Plates

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Colorado motorists may be able to do something to fight terrorism simply by registering their vehicles. Do you know how many license plates Colorado has? View them here!

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Ski Resorts Looking Good!

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Colorado ski areas lead the rest of the West when it comes to great skiing this season.

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Cell Phones on the No Call List?

Updated: 01/15/2003 - Colorado lawmakers are considering a measure that would also block telemarketers from calling on your cell phone.

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Kmart to Close 326 Stores

Updated: 01/14/2003 - Store closings including Colorado Springs and stores from 44 states.

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School Transfers Legislation

Updated: 01/14/2003 - Lawmakers are trying to change the laws that allow high school athletes to switch schools.

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New Gun Legislation

Updated: 01/13/2003 - A measure is moving through the Colorado Statehouse, which would regulate guns in Colorado.

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Mayoral Race Could Get "Nasty"

Updated: 01/14/2003 - Political experts think the race for Colorado Springs mayor could be one of the most negative, and the most expensive, in history.

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Spy Files

Updated: 01/14/2003 - Colorado Springs' police chief defends the use of so-called "spy files."

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Accused "Predator" Arrested

Updated: 01/14/2003 - A Colorado Springs man is in custody after police say he tried to arrange a meeting with a teen over the Internet.

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United Airlines

Updated: 01/14/2003 - United Airlines' parent UAL Corporation says it will allow the trustee of its employee stock ownership plan to sell up to 12.9 million shares of the company's stock.

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USOC Decision

Updated: 01/13/2003 - Lloyd Ward kept his job as head of the U-S Olympic Committee, despite a finding that his attempt to steer business to a company with ties to his brother created the appearance of a conflict of interest.

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Budget Cuts

Updated: 01/13/2003 - Governor Bill Owens lost the first round in the budget-cutting battle.

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Ashcroft Speech

Updated: 01/13/2003 - U-S Attorney General John Ashcroft was in Denver Monday to help faith-based social service providers learn how to deal with the federal government.

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Free Speech Decision

Updated: 01/13/2003 - The father of a Columbine High School massacre victim deplored a U-S Supreme Court decision today that he says effectively allows the school district to censor a memorial on school grounds.

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