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CMU 20,000 Steering Committee removes support of North Ave. name change

CMU 20,000 said in a letter that the proposal to change the name of North Avenue to University Blvd. has become a distraction to the rest of its efforts.

Police say two young children have died after being stabbed at a home in Colorado Springs.

Hope of the Grand Valley opened up their Christmas applications for the season. The organizations work to struggling families who are making ends meet, but are not receiving any sort of federal assistance.

Most Colorado counties shipped out ballots Monday, in advance of local elections.

Firefighting crews protecting California observatory from fire

Protect your information after the Equifax data breach

Group packs suitcases to help domestic violence victims

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Save money by controlling automatic renewals

Caprock Academy gets grant for new classroom locks

GJFD uses grant to buy new hazmat ID machine

Woman celebrates 105th birthday with family, friends at favorite store

Lincoln Park adds new attraction; aims to get kids outside

Taliban kill 71 people in Afghanistan attacks

Tattoo’s for rescues this Saturday

New TSA checks cause delays, missed flights at GJT

Congress continues to mull over CHIP reauthorization weeks after deadline

Salt Lake City man decorates house with a King Kong display

Kick the habit: Help for quitting smoking

Army Sgt. Bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion, misbehavior

Scientists witness huge cosmic crash, find origins of gold

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