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Neighborhood Protesters Could Face Sign Limits, Have To Keep Moving

Posted: 02/26/2008 - State lawmakers are considering putting some restrictions on protests in residential neighborhoods. Lately abortion opponents have been protesting outside the homes of contractors building a new Planned Parenthood clinic in Denver.

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Missing Skiers Found

Posted: 02/25/2008 - Two cross-country skiers who failed to return as scheduled have made it safely to a campground after heavy snow forced them to spend a night under trees.

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Traffic Delays Expected On I-25

Updated: 02/25/2008 - One Northbound Lane Closed on I-25 for road work, between Ray Nixon Road and Fountain. Officials say to plan for delays.

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Study Investigates Dangers of Ethanol Products

Updated: 02/24/2008 - Colorado State University researchers, following up on a study in Kansas, are trying to determine whether ethanol byproducts are too dangerous to be used as cattle feed.

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War Vet Denied Care After Complaints

Posted: 02/24/2008 - A veteran who narrowly escaped death at Pearl Harbor has been denied hospitalization at the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home because his family complained about his treatment during previous stays.

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COSTCO Sneak Peak Draws Major Crowds

Posted: 02/20/2008 - The grand opening is Wednesday, but Tuesday night the Springs' first COSTCO virtually shut down the area near Powers and Barnes. A limited opening attracted about 500 hundred avid and excited shoppers.

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