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Colo. reviews whether drillers used diesel fuel

Posted: 02/01/2011 - The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is reviewing whether companies have injected fluids containing diesel fuel into the ground to help extract oil and gas in Colorado.

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Encana wants to drill outside Battlement Mesa

Posted: 01/31/2011 - The Encana gas drilling company has applied for state permits to put a new well pad just outside the Battlement Mesa community in Garfield County.

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Colo. lawmakers face spending standoff

Posted: 01/31/2011 - This may not bode well for bipartisanship in Colorado's state budget - Democrats and Republicans can't even agree how much they have available to spend next year.

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Colo. joins 4 states in defending marriage law

Posted: 01/31/2011 - Colorado has joined four other states in defending a federal law that defines marriage as being a union only between one man and one woman when it comes to getting federal benefits.

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Report: Immigration law not enforced consistently

Posted: 01/31/2011 - A new report says illegal immigrants who commit even minor offenses are being turned over to federal authorities for deportation by local law enforcement. However, other agencies are focused on deporting more violent criminals.

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Rescue of woman on Longs Peak takes 15 hours

Posted: 01/30/2011 - A University of Colorado-Boulder student who slid about 200 feet down an icy slope on Longs Peak spent 15 hours on the mountain as rangers and rescuers worked to safely get her out.

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Group offers to fund school children's breakfasts

Updated: 01/30/2011 - A coalition of faith-based groups in Colorado Springs has offered to contribute the $124,229 needed to continue breakfasts for needy school children if the Colorado legislature can't find the money.

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RTD, police enforcing right of way for buses

Posted: 01/28/2011 - The Regional Transportation District and state and Denver law enforcement agencies are teaming up to enforce a state law requiring drivers to yield to buses.

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Senate panel to investigate lawmaker's behavior

Posted: 01/28/2011 - A Colorado Senate committee will be appointed to investigate the behavior of a state representative a witness says made “boisterous noise and a lot of hand gestures” during a discussion about redistricting in the Senate after adjournment.

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