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Man and Dog Reunited After Two Years

Updated: 03/19/2009 - For the last two weeks Champ, a 7-year-old Husky, has been cooling his paws at the Mesa County Animal Shelter. Animal Services says he was brought in as a stray. Nobody came to claim him so they got on the case.

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Proposed ban on drop-side cribs

Posted: 03/19/2009 - Infant deaths, injuries and a series of recalls have prompted crib makers to propose a ban on drop–side cribs.

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Ex-Bush official to AP: many at Gitmo are innocent

Updated: 03/19/2009 - A former Bush Administration official says many Guantanamo detainees are innocent, and have been held only because U.S. officials hoped they would know something important.

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AT&T to sell iPhone without contract for $599

Posted: 03/19/2009 - AT&T Inc. is going to start selling iPhones without requiring a two-year contract, but they will cost $400 more than those sold with contracts.

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Chrysler: Fiat may assume 35 pct of debt to govt

Posted: 03/19/2009 - Chrysler says that if its proposed alliance with automaker fiat spa goes through, the Italian automaker would be responsible for 35 percent of Chrysler's debt to the U.S. government. Chrysler LLC is living off $4 billion in U.S. government loans and it seeking another $5 billion.

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Obama defends Leno appearance

Posted: 03/19/2009 - President Barack Obama is defending his appearance on Jay Leno's late-night talk show.

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Wiesenthal Center pursues new tack in Nazi hunt

Updated: 03/19/2009 - The Simon Wiesenthal Center says it has filed a lawsuit asking Berlin prosecutors to open an investigation to determine if the family or attorneys of the world's most-wanted Nazi war criminal have been lying about whether he was dead or alive.

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Rare wines hidden from Nazis sold at UK auction

Posted: 03/19/2009 - A British auction house says it has sold a stash of rare wines hidden away during the German occupation of the Channel Islands in World War II for 50,000 pounds (nearly $70,000).

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Ski helmet law mulled after Richardson death

Posted: 03/19/2009 - Quebec is considering making helmets mandatory on ski slopes following the death of actress Natasha Richardson and after doctors tried to persuade the province's Sports Minister to do it.

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Colo house approves benefits during labor lockouts

Posted: 03/19/2009 - Denver (AP) - The Colorado house has approved a bill that would allow workers who are locked out by employers during labor disputes to collect unemployment benefits.

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Gang Activity Meeting Tonight

Updated: 03/19/2009 - Tonight the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is hosting the first of several informational meetings designed to help parents recognize the signs their teen might be involved in gang activity.

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Senate passes wilderness bill

Posted: 03/19/2009 - The senate has passed a long-delayed bill to set aside more than 2 million acres in nine states as protected wilderness. The 77-20 vote sends the bill to the house, where final legislative approval could come as early as next week.

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Colo. Unsure When Education Stimulus Will be Spent

Posted: 03/19/2009 - State officials say Colorado will get an estimated $1 billion in school funding from the federal stimulus package. The state also has a chance to compete for another $400 million or more to pay for school reforms.

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