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Housing Recovery In The Metro Area Looking Up

The real estate market is heating up in Colorado as rental vacancies continue to be hard to come by in the Denver metro area. But have we reached complete housing market recovery? Good Question.


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Civil Unions Issue Will Be Back On The Fast Track Next Session

The matter of civil unions in Colorado will be back on the fast track now that Democrats have taken control of the legislature.


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Right Or Wrong, The Fiscal Cliff Is A Deep Drop-Off

As we approach Thanksgiving and members of Congress travel over the river and through the woods, they may find themselves emerging from the woods at the edge of the cliff.


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The Price Of One Vote In Colorado

This year’s presidential campaign is setting new records.


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Reasearchers Look At Possible Hurricane-Slowing Options

As the damage estimates from Hurricane Sandy start to ring up in billions, the experts will again wonder, could it have been stopped — or maybe just taken down a notch or two.


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Good Question: How Do Abductions Happen?

The sad case involving Jessica Ridgeway has parents worried and people stunned and shaking their heads in disbelief.


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Child Safety: Denver Expert Sounds Off On What Parents Should Know

With the disturbing Jessica Ridgeway case weighing heavily on the minds of many across the Denver metro area this week, parents are probably feeling unsure of what to say to their children.


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4G In Denver Among The Best

Ask anyone how their cellphone works and you’ll probably get an earful. Cell companies are constantly working on improving networks, but there are still gaps. And now they’re touting new 4G service. So CBS4’s Alan Gionet wondered, what is 4G?


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Mudslinging Not About To Go Away

The election is nine weeks away, and we can expect to see even more campaign ads. There’s a good chance many more will be negative ads. That made CBS4’s Alan Gionet wonder “How negative is too negative?”


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Physician Drug Use Not Uncommon

The Department of Regulatory Agencies said Dr. Stephen Stein has admitted to drug use. While the reported use of drugs may have isolated him, he was not alone in the medical profession with addiction problems.


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