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Family Of Man Killed By Police Will Receive $900,000

Posted: 12/18/2007 - The family of a 64-year-old man who was shot to death by a police officer who apparently mistook a soda can for a gun will receive $900,000 in a settlement approved by the Denver City Council last night.

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Colorado Voting Machines Decertified

Posted: 12/18/2007 - Makers of the electronic voting machines are scrambling to come up with solutions or decide whether to appeal Colorado's top election officials decertifying the devices for use in some of the state's largest counties.

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Residents Challenge Freeze On Property Tax Rates

Posted: 12/14/2007 - Mesa County commissioners and others have filed a lawsuit challenging the state's freeze on property-tax rates that were expected to fall, saying the measure qualifies as a tax increase that voters must approve under state law.

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Plan to Control Elk Population

Updated: 12/12/2007 - The National Park Service has finalized a plan to control elk herds that are overgrazing in Rocky Mountain National Park. As early as 2009, Park Service employees and authorized agents will be permitted to kill up to 200 elk every year to control the size of the herd.

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Apartment Vacancy Rates Down

Updated: 12/12/2007 - The Colorado Division of Housing says apartment vacancy rates in Colorado fell to 5.7 percent in the third quarter of 2007, with rates in western Colorado as low as 1.2 percent.

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Ritter Spokesman: Agent's Allegations About Database 'Ridiculous'

Posted: 12/06/2007 - A spokesman for Democratic Governor Bill Ritter is calling a federal immigration agent's claims "ridiculous." Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent Cory Voorhis says he is being singled out for allegedly using a restricted federal database to support GOP gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez's campaign.

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Frontier Airlines Cutting 100 Jobs

Posted: 12/06/2007 - Frontier Airlines is the latest carrier to scale back to deal with rising fuel costs. The Denver-based airline says it's cutting about 100 people, trimming plans for growth in available seat miles and evaluating the size of its fleet.

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Governor Ritter Plans To Announce School Reform Proposals

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Governor Bill Ritter says he will announce a set of education reforms affecting schools from kindergarten through high school today, hours after the release of the state's annual School Accountability Reports.

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Company To Reopen Historic Climax Molybdenum Mine

Posted: 12/05/2007 - One of the world's biggest copper mining companies says it will spend 500 million dollars to reopen the historic Climax molybdenum mine high in the Rockies southwest of Denver.

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Possible Court Martial for A.F. Officer

Updated: 12/04/2007 - A noncommissioned Air Force officer could face a court-martial over allegations that he secretly videotaped female co-workers while they undressed or used a breast milk pump.

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Denver Among Tops In Nation's Metro Areas In Walkability

Posted: 12/04/2007 - A new study finds young professionals are the force behind more walkable communities. The report, by the Brookings Institution, ranks the Washington, D.C., region first among the country's major metropolitan areas in the number of "walkable places" per capita.

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