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20-year-old dies in Colo avalanche

Posted: 03/11/2010 - The identity of a 20-year-old backcountry snowboarder who died in an avalanche near Loveland Pass is expected to be released Thursday.

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PETA offers to replace Colorado Springs trash cans

Posted: 03/11/2010 - The animal rights group PETA is offering to help cash-strapped Colorado Springs by paying to put trash cans back in parks, if the cans carry an anti-meat slogan and a picture of a woman in a lettuce bikini.

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Ex-TSA worker accused of trying to damage computer

Posted: 03/10/2010 - A former Transportation Security Administration employee in Colorado has been charged with trying to sabotage a computer that contained a database for screening potential terrorists.

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Bebb-Jones extradition hearing decision pushed to April

Posted: 03/10/2010 - A British newspaper is reporting that a former Grand Junction man arrested for the murder of his wife in 1997 won't find out if he's going to be extradited back to the U.S. until next month.

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New technology keeping residents in the know during rock slide, other emergencies

Posted: 03/10/2010 - Authorities say when an incident like the rock slide on Interstate 70 happens, getting information quickly to the public is vital. The Garfield County Sheriff's Office says a new technology helped them alert more than 1,500 county residents that the Interstate was shut down long before the morning news Monday.

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Free HIV testing in Montrose

Posted: 03/10/2010 - The Montrose Health Department wants to make sure you are safe in all aspects of your life, and that's why they are starting to offer free HIV testing.

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Colorado may ban promotions by elected officials

Posted: 03/09/2010 - A Colorado senator says the state's top elected officials are wasting thousands of dollars on official brochures and ads promoting themselves and he wants to stop it.

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Archbishop defends decision on lesbians' children

Posted: 03/09/2010 - The Archbishop of Denver is defending a decision by a Catholic school in Colorado not to allow two children to continue as students because their parents are a lesbian couple.

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Artifact cases will proceed despite source's death

Posted: 03/08/2010 - Federal prosecutors in Utah say that despite the death of an undercover informant they'll move ahead with cases against more than 20 people charged after a long-running artifacts looting investigation.

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