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No Tolerance Laws Show Some Flexibility

Updated: 02/14/2009 - A 17-year-old Aurora student faced expulsion Friday for accidentally bring a fake rifle to school. A rifle she used in her young marines drill team but bringing a fake weapon to school violates the zero tolerance policy. "State law is pretty clear about what is a mandatory expulsion or mandatory suspension,"says, Jeff Kirtland with School District 51.

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Red Cross Looking For Real Heroes

Updated: 02/13/2009 - The Red Cross is looking for Real Heroes to nominate in our community. If you know someone who has made a difference this year, nominate them to get the recognition they deserve.

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Gregg says he couldn’t support Obama 100 percent

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Republican Sen. Judd Gregg says he pulled out for the job of Commerce Secretary because he felt uncomfortable being unable to support president Barack Obama 100 percent of the time.

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Drill Team Leader May Get Expulsion Verdict Friday

Posted: 02/13/2009 - A 17-year-old Drill Team Commander for the Young Marines may learn Friday whether she’ll be expelled for having the team’s mock rifles in her SUV in the school parking lot.

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Midyette Child Abuse Case Goes To Jury

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Closing arguments have concluded in the Denver trial of Alex Midyette, who is accused of fatal child abuse in the death of his 11-week old son.

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Yes Still Coming to Denver? No.

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Concert promoter Live Nation says the classic rock band Yes has canceled all concert dates through Feb. 24 because of an unspecified medical emergency.

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No Charges Filed In 1968 Denver Slaying

Posted: 02/13/2009 - A woman arrested last week in connection with a 1968 slaying at a Denver bar has been released from an Ohio jail for lack of evidence.

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Colorado Has $1.6b Road Wish List

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Colorado has developed a list of $1.6 billion worth of highway projects to potentially be funded with the expected Federal Stimulus Package.

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Bill Requiring Jail For Sex Offenders Kept Alive

Posted: 02/13/2009 - The House Judiciary Committee has rejected a proposal that would have required mandatory jail time for sex offenders, citing the $140 million price tag the first five years.

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Jury Selection Under Way In Robert Ray Trial

Posted: 02/13/2009 - Jury selection is again under way in Arapahoe County in a trial stemming from the 2005 shootings deaths of two people, one of whom authorities say witnessed an earlier slaying.

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Local Vet Visits Down

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Many in the Grand Junction area have been cutting back on the health of their little ones, and it's not their children. Many area clinics are seeing big drops in daily visits and warns that trying to save now can end up costing much more later.

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Mesa County Library Hosts, "One Book, One Mesa County"

Updated: 02/12/2009 - The Mesa County Library kicked off its community book club project this morning. It's been hosting one book, one mesa county for five years.. Officials are asking people to come by and pick up a free copy of the book, read it and leave it anywhere around town.

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Demolition Starts at Mesa State College

Updated: 02/12/2009 - Crews are tearing down Mesa State's first student center. They're working on a replacement for the old building. Students and faculty gathered to watch the event.

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