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Headless Bald Eagle Subject of Press Conference Monday

Updated: 07/14/2009 - BOULDER, COLO. (AP) _ Native American advocates and members of the Oglala Sioux tribe are responding to issues raised when a headless bald eagle used in a religious ceremony was recently found in a Boulder County park.

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USDA Predicts Record Harvest Year for Colorado

Posted: 07/10/2009 - Roggen, Colo. (AP) The U.S. Department of Agriculture says U.S. winter wheat production is expected to be down 18 percent from last year, but plenty of spring rain in colorado could give the state one of its best harvests in years.

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Colorado Lawmaker Calling for New Oil and Gas Regulations

Posted: 07/10/2009 - Denver (AP) Colorado congresswoman Daina degette is moving ahead with her bill to put a widely used oil and gas drilling process under federal oversight, but is also seeking a study to gather more data on the practice.

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16-year-old recovering from West Nile

Updated: 07/08/2009 - The first human case of West Nile virus in Weld County has been reported, it's the second in the state so far.

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Udall, Rep. Salazar back Colo. roadless plan

Posted: 07/08/2009 - Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. John Salazar say Colorado's plan to manage more than 4 million acres of roadless national forests should move forward despite calls for the state to wait for a national policy.

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Feds begin removing artifacts from Utah home

Posted: 07/07/2009 - Federal officials are removing American Indian artifacts from the family home of two Utah women who pleaded guilty to illegally removing the items from public or tribal land.

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El Paso county man kidnapped, then freed in raid

Posted: 07/06/2009 - El Paso County authorities say a man was kidnapped and held for ransom over the weekend but was freed in a raid by sheriff's deputies with help from Colorado Springs police and the FBI.

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Hospital worker held in Hepatitis C investigation

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Federal agents in Colorado have arrested a former surgery technician accused of exposing up to 6,000 people to Hepatitis C by injecting herself with painkillers meant for hospital patients, then filling the used syringes with saline solution.

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Mother, daughter plead guilty in artifacts case

Posted: 07/06/2009 - A mother and daughter have pleaded guilty to several felony charges stemming from a sweeping federal investigation into the theft and illegal trafficking of American Indian artifacts.

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