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Beauprez rounds out GOP governor primary

Former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez has been certified to Republican primary ballots for governor.

Contact High Concerns in Pueblo

Contact high concerns in Pueblo

Officers getting high from marijuana.

It's a big concern for the Chief of Police in Pueblo. He's worried about officers getting a contact high.

Video: Llama on the loose at Trinidad State Junior College

A llama ran loose on the campus of Trinidad State Junior College on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.

South Korean ferry sinks, rescuers

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What caused South Korean ferry to sink?

As divers searched frigid waters off South Korea in low visibility, hoping to save hundreds of passengers, a dominant theory emerged about how the ferry sank on Wednesday.

Ex-county employee arrested in welfare fraud case?

A woman who was trained to spot welfare fraud as an employee of the Mesa County Department of Human Services has been arrested after she was accused of defrauding the agency of welfare program funds totaling nearly $13,000.

Adams State University

Plea entered in ASU explosive device case

A 21-year-old Adams State University student has pleaded no contest to felony possession of explosives and reckless endangerment after an explosive device was discovered on the Adams State University campus last October.

Crimetracker Generic 2013

Cañon City woman accused of holding underage drinking party

A woman in Canon City is facing charges after police cited 24 juveniles and 12 adults between 18 and 21 for being at a party where alcohol was allegedly given to minors.

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Republican convention scouts visit Denver

Denver is putting out the welcome mat for a group from the Republican National Committee on the first of six visits to potential hosts for the party's national convention in 2016.

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DA's Most Wanted Photos

Help KRDO Newschannel 13 and the 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office capture southern Colorado's "Most Wanted" criminals.

Counting out money

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What things cost in America: 1914 and 2014

The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent in March, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics said increases in the shelter and food costs accounted for most of the rise. See how much things like homes, cars and milk cost in 1914 compared to today's prices.

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