CTV News for Tuesday, April 9, 3013

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Apr 092013
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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On this episode of CTV news weather anchor will give all you need to know about the snow we got Tuesday and how it will affect us later that night and in to the week.  Lena Howland holds the current ASCSU administration accountable for the promises they kept or didn’t keep.  And later we’ll have an exclusive interview with the creators of the Facebook page CSU Confessions.  Kieth Albertson will have a look at how CSU compares with other schools across the nation in the world of sustainability and Ryan Green has your latest sports update.  All this and more here on CTV.

Semi truck explosion causes I-25 closures

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Mar 232013
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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On Saturday morning at approximatly 8:30 am one of the largests accidents this year occured on I-25.  At mile marker 253 by Johson’s Corner a 50 car pile-up and a truck explosion occured.  20 car need to be towed and 11 people have been sent to the Medical Center fo the Rockies in Loveland. The wreckage is estimated to be cleaned up by 5-7 at night.

Final episode of 2012 will tug on your heart-strings!

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Nov 302012
 

Author: CTV Staff

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CTV presents the final episode of 2012, and gets you ready to end the year right.  Anchors Sofie Vukovich and Wayne Stafford both present heart-warming stories about the amazing community we all live in.  Weather with Kelsey McCallister… and the last episode of Celebrity Countdown celebrates the loss of one Twitter account, and the most immature child actors in Hollywood.

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CTV11 prepares you for an epic Fall Break

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Nov 152012
 

Author: Kari Pills

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Thanksgiving Break is almost here and CTV anchors Sophie Vukovich and Wayne Stafford are here to prepare you!  Explore alternative Thanksgivings, and get some tips if you aren’t headed home for the holidays.  Take a look at where the history-making Amendment 64 stands a little over a week after it’s passage.  Celebrity Countdown talks breakups… and not the nice ones.  Weather with Kelsey McCallister and more…

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CTV11 News Thursday November 8, 2012

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Nov 092012
 

Author: Kari Pills

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Senior-anchors Kirsten Swanson and Scott Huston team up for a special super-star edition of CTV!  Melanie Rose and Ryan Green return with another episode of Celebrity Countdown.  Reporter Sofie Vukovich attends the group FACE’s a capella performance.  Wayne Stafford uncovers the Fort Collins Police Department’s new attempt at preventing citizens from listening in on important chatter.  Scott Huston takes a look at the CSU men’s basketball team before the season hits full-throttle.  Kirsten Swanson talks about the special art displayed in the Morgan Library.  Kelsey McCallister tells you when you can expect a return to more seasonal conditions…hint: it’s soon!

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New Jousting Club at Colorado State

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Oct 252012
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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Adding to the list of almost 500 clubs and organizations is the Jousting Club at CSU, approved this October 12th by the SLICE office.  Holding training sessions in Johnstown at the Knight Wind Stables, the club meets ever Wednesday at 4 pm, and gears up to do battle.  CTV reporter Wayne Stafford has the story.

Get your vote in early at Colorado State and more

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Oct 232012
 

Author: Kirsten Swanson

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CTV Reporter Wayne Stafford previews what stories can be found on ctv11news.com and on Channel 11 at 8pm Tuesday night.

The CSU community celebrates the life of beloved statistics professor Carl Richard Gumina. CTV News will feature the support and the memories that the community has. An update on this story can be found here.

CTV Reporter Katie Spencer visited one early polling location that is conveniented located in the Lory Student Center. Her story is up and can be found here.

And CTV Reporter Michael McNulty rode along with a street sweeping crew in Fort Collins as they prepare to do final sweeps in the next few weeks before the snow arrives.
His story is also up and can be found here.

Tune in to CTV News tonight at 8pm on Channel 11 in Fort Collins or on our website, ctv11news.com.

CTV11 News: Thursday October 18, 2012

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Oct 182012
 

Author: Kari Pills

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Top Story: A Fort Collins gas station is robbed and three people are in local hospitals tonight.  Sophie Vukovich visits India Night for some cultural learning.  Wayne Stafford speaks with New York Times Entertainment Correspondent and Staff Editor, Michael Cieply.  Kelsey McCallister brings you the area weather.  Along with Candidate Contrast, an interview with The Echo Chamber and more…

 

The Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, Amendment 64

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Oct 112012
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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Amendment 64 proposes amending the Colorado Constitution to:

Regulate the growth, manufacture, and sale of marijuana in a system of licensed
establishments overseen by state and local governments;

Allow individuals who are 21 years old or older to possess, use, display, purchase,
transport, and transfer—to individuals who are 21 years old or older—one ounce or
less of marijuana;

Allow individuals who are 21 years old or older to possess, grow, process, and
transport up to six marijuana plants, with certain restrictions;

Require the state legislature to enact an excise tax on marijuana sales, of which the
first $40 million in revenue raised annually must be credited to a state fund used for
constructing public schools. The excise tax must be approved by a separate
statewide vote; and

Require the state legislature to enact legislation concerning the growth, processing,
and sale of industrial hemp.

CTV reporter Wayne Stafford takes the story down to the capital and gives an inside look at amendment 64 and the issues revolving around it.

CSU College of Business Connect

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Sep 162012
 

Author: Wayne Stafford

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The College of Business Connect program kicks off at the first home game of the 2012 season at Hughes Stadium.  CTV reporter Wayne Stafford has the story.