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Lunch for Life

Updated: 10/16/2008 - When you think of elementary school hot lunch, it's typical to picture tater tots and dinosaur–shaped chicken nuggets, but a new program sponsored by the Children's Health Foundation is looking to change that.

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Two Nurses Facing Neglect Charges

Updated: 10/15/2008 - Two nurses are facing neglect charges after an incident at an assisted living facility in Palisade. Police say an 85–year–old woman was left alone, fell out of her chair and slept in her own vomit and urine six hours before anyone found her.

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Amendment 52 Looks to Allocate Severance Taxes

Updated: 10/15/2008 - If approved by you, the voter, amendment 52 would provide funding for Colorado transportation and dedicate funding to Interstate 70. But one opponent says even though there is a need for funding, this isn't the way to get it.

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MAP: The Path of a Killer

Updated: 10/15/2008 - The Grand Junction Police Department has just released a map that chronicles the timeline and path that Stefan Martin-Urban probably took when he wounded two people and killed two others.

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I-70 Now Back Open Following 3 Car Crash

Updated: 10/16/2008 - Both lanes of westbound Interstate 70 are back open this morning after one lane was closed for more than 7 hours following a three car accident.

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Grand Junction High School Play to Help Former Student

Updated: 10/28/2008 - This past summer, a Grand Junction High School graduate was seriously injured in a car accident, leaving her partially paralyzed. Now, her former classmates are stepping up to help her along the road to recovery.

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Heating Costs Go Up, County Expects More LEAP applications

Posted: 10/14/2008 - Xcel Energy estimates customers across the state will see a 12 percent increase in their heating bills this December. While this may mean bad news for many reeling from a slumping national economy, the government says there are ways to get help.

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Nowhere To Go

Posted: 10/14/2008 - In these tough economic times the homeless rate is going up but funding for the only homeless shelter in town is going down.

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A Look At Referred Measure 3A and 3B

Posted: 10/14/2008 - Measures 3A and 3B on the November Ballot would provided $185 million to District 51 for five new schools, operating costs for the new schools, maintenance costs at current schools and funds to purchase land for future schools.

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DOCUMENT: Search Warrant for Shooter's Car

Updated: 10/14/2008 - As investigators search for reasons why Stefan Martin-Urban opened fire on a group of people, killing two and wounding two, search warrants were issued to search the shooters car and the vicitim's house and car.

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Face-to-Face with a Murderer

Updated: 10/13/2008 - One man came face to face with Stefan Martin–Urban just after he shot four people, but because of the on going police investigation; Richie Hahn hasn't been able to talk about what he saw on Saturday morning. But now he's sitting down with 11 NEWS to share his story.

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State Patrol: Fighting Cats Cause Rollover

Updated: 10/14/2008 - Troopers with the Colorado State Patrol says a woman driving with two cats in her lap rolled her car when the cats started fighting.

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