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    Probe: El Paso County sheriff took favors

    COLORADO SPRINGS | El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa offered an endorsement to a candidate for sheriff in exchange for personal favors, mishandled internal affairs investigations and had inappropriate relationships with three women in the department, an independent investigator said Thursday. Ray…

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    Gov. Christie campaigning for Beauprez in Colorado

    COLORADO SPRINGS | Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez continued a line of attack against Gov. John Hickenlooper centering on public safety Thursday, this time with the help of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Christie, considered a possible presidential contender, made his fourth…

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    Poll: Economy, other issues overshadow abortion

    DENVER  | As a season of campaigning enters its final, intense weekend, a new Associated Press-GfK poll illustrates the challenge ahead for candidates and their allies trying to rally voters around traditional wedge issues such as abortion and gay marriage.…

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    Maine nurse defies Ebola quarantine with bike ride

    FORT KENT, Maine. | Practically daring Maine health authorities to go to court to have her confined, nurse Kaci Hickox went out on a bike ride Thursday in defiance of the state’s voluntary quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola…

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    APNewsBreak: Medicare bought meds for dead people

    WASHINGTON | Call it drugs for the departed: Medicare’s prescription program kept paying for costly medications even after patients were dead. The problem was traced back to a head-scratching bureaucratic rule that’s now getting a second look. A report coming out Friday…

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    Cherokee Trail shop class changes saws for lasers

    AURORA |With a few key strokes and the help of some cutting-edge machinery, there is little students at Cherokee Trail High School can’t make. The school’s fabrication laboratory — known as the “fab lab” — is home to a 3-D…

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    Aurora is ground war zero for intense battle for voters

    AURORA | Colorado voters have had two weeks now to cast their ballot in this fall’s midterm elections, while some have already voted, the majority are either waiting, or won’t vote at all this year. “Which is unfortunate, but it’s…

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    Gov. Christie campaigning for Beauprez in Colorado

    COLORADO SPRINGS | Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez continued a line of attack against Gov. John Hickenlooper centering on public safety Thursday, this time with the help of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Christie, considered a possible presidential contender, made his fourth…

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    Teenage girl hit by car in Aurora dies

    AURORA |Aurora police say a teenage girl who was hit by a car while she crossed the street with her younger brother earlier this week has died. The girl, whose name and age have not been released, was struck near the…

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    Heightened DUI enforcement underway statewide

    DENVER | Law enforcement agencies across Colorado are increasing DUI enforcement during the Halloween weekend. The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol, along with police across the state, say they’ll be on heightened alert for drivers under the…

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    QUIDNUNC: Walkin’ the talkin’ to Pueblo

    QUID HAS HEARD that the only way to get away from these elections is by going on a five-day walk to Pueblo. Or by climbing into a tin foil balloon and sailing across the plains. Or asking voters to just…

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    PERRY: For want of a mail ballot, Dems will lose the election

    I’ll get right to it. The Democrats handed the Colorado election this year to the Republicans. No, it has nothing to do with Mark Udall voting the Democratic agenda the same as Cory Gardner toes the GOP line, which is…

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    DUPUY: Decriminalize Poverty; End the War on Drugs

    Conspiracy theories are easy to make up. They all follow the same formula: An omnipotent force wills it, everybody is in on it, it takes place perfectly and no one else will tell you this. Throw in some cherry-picked numerical…

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    REAGAN: Profile or die

    We all know what an act of Islamic terrorism is — except for our lame duck-in-chief, that is. Now the Canadians know it, too. On Wednesday one of their fellow citizens who had just converted to Islam and wanted to…

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    PERRY: People are all the same even a world apart in Pakistan

    As an American journalist, the chances are best that I will leave this world because of heart disease, cancer or stroke, probably in about 30 years. My journalist colleagues Salman Yousafzai and Azam Khan face a much more violent end…


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    MacKinnon scores twice, Avs beat Islanders 5-0

    DENVER | Nathan MacKinnon finally found his shooting touch on a night when his goalie turned back everything. Just what the frustrated MacKinnon needed. Same goes for Semyon Varlamov, a hard-luck loser in his last few starts. MacKinnon scored his first…

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    Patriots defense preps to slow Broncos’ Manning

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. | Devin McCourty won’t allow himself to get caught up in Peyton Manning’s pre-snap antics on Sunday. New England’s Pro Bowl safety can’t afford to. He’ll end up losing. “I would say the chess game is pretty one-sided.…

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    Chevy makes the best of exec’s nervous speech

    DETROIT  | Shortly before 9 a.m. on the day after the worst night of his life, Rikk Wilde got the phone call from his big boss at General Motors. Yes, he committed a nationally televised, major-league blooper while presenting pickup…

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    Bumgarner a throwback to pre-pitch count era

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. | Madison Bumgarner is a throwback to the days before pampering and pitch counts. Tall, with droopy hair and the look of a gunslinger, he strung together a sequence of World Series performances seldom seen since the games…

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    A second book for Hamilton _ this time, recipes

    NEW YORK  | “I can’t believe I have to say this,” Gabrielle Hamilton admonishes us in an asparagus recipe, “but please arrange with all the tips facing the same direction. Not in a chaotic jumble.” And when you’re making her…

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    Making the most of a make-ahead turkey gravy

    For the home cook, Thanksgiving can be the most stressful day of the year. The crux of the problem is not only the extravagant length of the menu, but the need to serve every dish piping hot at exactly the…

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    Going inside Tyler Florence’s ‘Test Kitchen’

    If you think of Tyler Florence as the cook next door, the guy you can count on for classics like burgers and onion rings, you may be surprised by his latest effort, “Tyler Florence: Inside the Test Kitchen.” This time,…

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    Alicia Silverstone talks about a plant-based diet

    MIAMI | Alicia Silverstone may have made her acting mark as a “Clueless” valley girl, but these days she’d rather be known as someone so very clued in about diet and health. It was more than 16 years ago that Silverstone…

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    A do-ahead cornmeal biscuit to sop up your gravy

    These rich cornmeal biscuits aren’t just an easy and delicious way to have fresh bread at the Thanksgiving table. They also let you get a jump on your dinner prep. The biscuits can be prepared up to the point of…

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