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Broomfield Jail Expansion Price Tag Lowered

Updated: 08/03/2009 - The company working to expand Broomfield's overcrowded jail told city officials the project will cost $1.2 million less than expected.

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Native Americans Getting Diabetes Curriculum

Posted: 08/02/2009 - DENVER (AP) _ Health officials are trying to stop the high rate of type 2 diabetes among Native Americans by introducing a curriculum about the disease at K-12 classrooms.

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About 1,000 Colo. Jobs Credited to Stimulus So Far

Updated: 08/02/2009 - DENVER (AP) _ Colorado officials say fewer than 1,000 jobs have been created through the stimulus funding that the federal government estimates will ultimately create or save 59,000 state jobs by the end of 2010.

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Judge picking grand jury in carbon monoxide deaths

Posted: 07/31/2009 - A judge has begun selecting a Grand Jury to investigate whether criminal charges should be filed in the carbon monoxide deaths of four people in the Aspen area during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Fundraiser chosen for Colo. Capitol dome repairs

Posted: 07/31/2009 - A nonprofit preservation group says it will lead a fundraising campaign for repairs to the Colorado Capitol's gilded dome, which is suffering from rust, cracks and rot.

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Lawsuit: Inmate at Jefferson County Jail Not a Suicide

Posted: 07/30/2009 - A federal lawsuit claims a Jefferson County inmate found dead in his jail cell with tube socks tied around his neck was killed by another inmate, not by suicide as authorities contend.

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Colorado Springs Officer Killed in Crash

Posted: 07/30/2009 - The driver in a crash that killed an off-duty Colorado Springs police officer has been issued tickets and is due in court September 9.

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College professor tapes guests using bathroom

Updated: 07/31/2009 - Greeley (AP) - A judge has continued the $5,000 bond of a University of Northern Colorado theater professor accused of videotaping people as they used the bathroom in his home.

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Colorado's Water Needs Growing

Updated: 07/30/2009 - A new state study says Colorado will likely use nearly triple the amount of water it currently uses by 2050 due to a growing population and economy and environmental needs.

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