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Jobless Claims Jump Unexpectedly To 7-Year High

Posted: 11/13/2008 - The government says that the number of newly laid-off individuals seeking unemployment benefits jumped more than expected last week to a seven-year high.

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Driver Killed In Ice Cream Shop Accident Had Meth

Posted: 11/07/2008 - An attorney for an illegal immigrant facing vehicular homicide charges in an accident that killed three says a toxicology report shows the other driver had meth in her system, bolstering his argument that those charges be dropped.

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Voters Nix Tax Proposals on Lengthy Ballot

Posted: 11/06/2008 - Colorado voters said no to tinkering with taxes and defining when human life begins in this year's election. But they did back a proposal opening the door to round-the-clock gambling.

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Denver RTD Tells Property Owners It Needs Their Land

Posted: 11/03/2008 - Denver's Regional Transportation District is notifying 180 property owners that it will need some or all of their land to build the first portion of the multibillion Fastracks project.

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Naked Pumpkin Runners Ticketed

Posted: 11/03/2008 - Boulder police ticketed about a dozen people running naked on the street while sporting freshly gutted pumpkins on their heads as part of an annual Halloween event.

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Lab May Lose Accreditation to Test Voting Machines

Posted: 10/30/2008 - The Federal Election Assistance Commission plans to suspend Systest Laboratories' accreditation to test voting machines, but officials say the action won't affect equipment used in next week's elections.

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Judge Weighs Lawsuit over Purged Colorado Voters

Posted: 10/30/2008 - Lawyers on both sides of a voter registration lawsuit are trying to reach an agreement this evening on how to ensure that people wrongly removed from voter rolls can vote on Election Day.

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Obama to Return to Colorado

Posted: 10/29/2008 - Democratic Presidential Nominee Barack Obama will return to Colorado on the 1st.

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Neighbors, HOA Take Political Sign Battle to Court

Updated: 10/27/2008 - A Grand Junction neighborhood is in a political scuffle over political signs. A man says his homeowner's association went too far in tearing down campaign materials in his yard. Now he and the HOA are taking their fight to court.

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