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  1. Attorney general awaiting new evidence

    The state's top prosecutor said Wednesday he would consider reopening a criminal investigation into the University of Colorado's sex-and-alcohol recruiting scandal if he finds any new evidence that would hold up in court.

    Story | Conversation | March 02, 2005
  2. Attorneys contend report suppressed

    Attorneys for the woman whose lawsuit sparked the University of Colorado recruiting scandal want an accountant who reviewed the school's finances to testify on the woman's behalf.

    Story | Conversation | November 24, 2004
  3. Scandal could bring criminal indictments

    A state grand jury Thursday wrapped up its investigation into the sex-and-alcohol recruiting scandal in Colorado's football program. There was no immediate word on whether the panel handed up any criminal indictments.

    Story | Conversation | August 19, 2004
  4. Barnett declines comment on closed-door testimony

    Colorado football coach Gary Barnett testified for four hours before a statewide grand jury Friday as part of an investigation into the program's recruiting practices.

    Story | Conversation | July 30, 2004
  5. More than half-dozen give testimony

    More than a half-dozen University of Colorado football players appeared Friday before a grand jury investigating the program's sordid recruiting scandal.

    Story | Conversation | July 02, 2004
  6. Colorado footing large bill for probe

    The University of Colorado has racked up $813,416 in expenses relating to investigations into its football recruiting program.

    Story | Conversation | June 30, 2004
  7. University has also hired lawyers to probe

    Some members of the panel investigating the University of Colorado recruiting scandal expressed frustration Wednesday about the panel's mission, particularly in light of a little-known internal university probe with broader powers.

    Story | Conversation | April 07, 2004
  8. Gov. Owens appoints AG as special prosecutor

    Gov. Bill Owens appointed Colorado's attorney general Friday as a special prosecutor who will investigate the recruiting scandal at the University of Colorado, saying he wanted "no whitewash and no excuses."

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2004
  9. Investigator in scandal under fire for remark

    One of the two women leading an investigation into the University of Colorado's recruiting scandal said Monday she won't resign after suggesting that women put themselves at risk of rape by attending alcohol-fueled sex parties.

    Story | Conversation | February 09, 2004
  10. Commission must respond by April 30

    The University of Colorado chose two former lawmakers Friday to head a commission that will spend the next three months investigating whether the school's football program enticed recruits with alcohol-fueled sex parties that may have led to rape.

    Story | Conversation | February 06, 2004
  11. Plans for legislative investigation delayed

    The University of Colorado president has agreed to form an independent commission to look in into allegations that the school uses sex to recruit football players, lawmakers said Monday.

    Story | Conversation | February 02, 2004
  12. Hoffman wants Legislature to stay out

    University of Colorado President Betsy Hoffman urged the Legislature to leave the investigation of the school's football recruiting scandal to university officials, and asked regents to give her the authority to set up a special investigative committe

    Story | Conversation | January 31, 2004