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Colorado Family Returns Home With Son From China After Computer Glitch Delay

A Highlands Ranch couple says their family is complete now that they’ve returned home with their adopted son from China. A computer glitch at the State Department delayed their return.


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Computer Glitch Causing Passport, Visa Backlog For Colorado Families

A computer glitch at the U.S. State Department is causing a backlog for people trying to get passports and visas.


A 3-D plastic gun can be printed off the Internet. (credit: CBS)

3-D Printing Technology Can Make Undetectable Guns

There’s no background check and no waiting in line, just a few clicks of the mouse and you’re off to target practice. New 3-D printing technology allows for a person to build completely plastic guns that are undetectable by almost any security system.


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Dunham’s ‘Southland’ Finally Has Its U.S. Premiere

It is a 60-year-old ballet about America, by an American, that has never been seen in the United States. Katherine Dunham’s “Southland” finally has its premiere this weekend thanks to the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theater.


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Government Web Site Makes Passport Processing Quick, Easy

As summer travel season approaches, many people are looking into getting or renewing their passport. One Metro Area woman wants to warn others, don’t pay for a service that you can ultimately do yourself.


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U.S., United Nations Helped Aurora Man Now Accused Of Terrorism

A man from Uzbekistan that the United States and the United Nations helped relocate to Colorado now faces a terrorism charge.


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Shuttered Colorado Women’s Prison Finds New Life

A southern Colorado town worried about the closing of a state prison there next year could look to a nearby facility for hope.


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