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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinOctober 10, 20167min287

His cockpit instruments locked onto a control tower, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner fired a GPS-controlled missile without enemy fighters detecting his presence. A minute later, the missile struck its target. Gardner turned his F-35 Lightning II jet back home and safely landed on a U.S. Navy carrier to cheers and applause. While Gardner did not actually fly the next generation stealth fighter - he sat in a demonstration cockpit at Ball Aerospace's Westminster facility on Monday, Oct. 10 - the experience was appreciated by the Republican lawmaker.


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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinOctober 10, 20164min249

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Pueblo on Wednesday, her first trip to Colorado since Aug. 3. According to The Pueblo Chieftain, officials with the Clinton campaign said Clinton's appearance is tied to a public voter registration event, where Clinton will urge supporters to make sure they’re registered to vote.