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Banking CEO's Testify About Use of Bailout Funds

Posted: 02/11/2009 - Eight major baking CEO’s are testifying about how they are using federal bailout money they received last year. The panel appeared before the House Financial Services Committee in Washington today.

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Flight 1549 Crew Gets Laughs on ‘Letterman’

Posted: 02/11/2009 - The hero pilot who safely ditched his crippled airliner on the Hudson River has talked to the President, the Mayor of New York and now, David Letterman.

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City Council Candidates Discuss Issues

Posted: 02/11/2009 - City Council candidates introduced themselves and their stance on local issues during a forum hosted by the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce.

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Mesa State to Offer Free Tax Preperation

Posted: 02/11/2009 - If you don’t want to do your own taxes this year and don’t feel like paying someone to do it for you, you may have another option.

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Bankers: Bailout Funds Helped, Repayment Coming

Posted: 02/11/2009 - Several CEO’s at major banks that received emergency capital from the federal government last fall say they made more loans as a result of the infusions. And they are vowing to pay back the taxpayer money over time.

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Tornado Kills 8 in Southern Oklahoma

Posted: 02/11/2009 - A large, violent tornado ripped through a southern Oklahoma town late Tuesday evening, killing eight people and injuring dozens of others, authorities said. Severe weather also caused damage and power outages in metro oklahoma city and western Texas.

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CDOT: Trains on Plains Equals $1.5b In Benefits

Posted: 02/11/2009 - A Colorado Department of Transportation study says moving freight trains away from the Denver-to-Pueblo corridor and onto the eastern plains could have up to $1.5 billion in benefits over 19 years.

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Court Considers Ownership Of Historic Church

Posted: 02/11/2009 - Attorneys for a breakaway Episcopal parish in Colorado Springs say the parish has operated since its inception as a corporation separate from the Episcopal church and its vestry is therefore the sole owner of the historic church and its property.

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Rifle Officials, Residents Fight Back Against Proposed Prison Closure

Posted: 02/10/2009 - As part of his plan to cut roughly $1 billion from the state's budget, Governor Bill Ritter announced he wants to close the correctional facility in Rifle. But Tuesday night, nearly 300 city officials and residents teamed up to send a message to state leaders that closing the prison is a bad idea.

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