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WASHINGTON _ Nearly a week old, the partial government shutdown is idling hundreds of thousands of federal workers and beginning to be noticed by citizens who count on varied public services. David Dollard, a Federal Bureau of Prisons employee and chief steward for the American Federation of Government Employees Local 709 union in Colorado, said at least two agency employees lost their homes after the 2013 shutdown suspended their salaries. By Juliet Linderman and Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 1,119 words, photos.
FATAL CRASHES— The Colorado State Patrol and police around the state are cracking down on drivers under the influence as the year draws to a close.
The San Antonio Spurs visit the Denver Nuggets. Game starts at 7 p.m.
BKC--PAC 12 PREVIEW
No. 17 Arizona State enters conference play on a roll as most of Pac-12 missed on early opportunities. The conference could have as few as two NCAA Tournament bids unless a few more teams pick up the pace during the Pac-12 season. By John Marshall. SENT: 916 words, photos.
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