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Man ticketed after marijuana water system floods

Updated: 12/06/2011 - A Boulder man has been charged with prohibited acts of marijuana after the watering system he set up in his condo for his medical marijuana plants flooded his neighbor's downstairs apartment.

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Police dispute drinking allegation at Hooters

Updated: 03/05/2012 - Colorado Springs police are disputing allegations that they misled a judge about officers drinking alcohol at Hooters during a bar investigation.

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Judge refuses to suppress Bruce statements

Updated: 12/06/2011 - Anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce will have another day in court on his motions to dismiss a case against him or move it to Colorado Springs.

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Colorado Immigrant Rights Groups Oppose Crackdown

Updated: 12/06/2011 - Colorado immigrant rights groups are demanding changes to a report that recommends softening the Department of Homeland Security's controversial effort to identify illegal immigrants.

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Colorado Water Agreement Held Up By Disputes

Posted: 09/19/2011 - Colorado water providers say a dispute over two water resources is holding up an agreement that would resolve most of the issues that have strained relations between water providers on both sides of the Continental Divide.

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GOP Calls For Investigation Of Obama Ad

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Republican Party officials say they want a Congressional ethics investigation into an ad that features President Barack Obama's house speech.

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Colorado Senators Go To Bat For Potatoes

Updated: 09/19/2011 - Colorado Senators are going to bat for the State's Potato Industry as the Obama Administration wrangles over school food standards.

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Colorado Treasurer Suing Pension Board

Updated: 09/19/2011 - State Treasurer Walker Stapleton says he will file a lawsuit against the State Pension Fund Board after he was denied financial information.

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Gas Prices Dropping

Posted: 08/15/2011 - Gas Prices are really dropping. The Lundberg Survey says the average U.S. price is down nine cents a gallon over the past three weeks.

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Loggers Allowed To Remove Beetle Killed Trees

Updated: 07/11/2011 - RED FEATHER LAKES, COLO. (AP) -- The U.S. Forest Service is allowing logging contractors to cut down beetle-killed trees, taking over tree removal and thinning projects.

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