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Video: Morning News Update

Topping the news this morning, Molly Look has returned home. Along with housing, real estate prices and parking in downtown Steamboat Springs, growth in Routt County is having a significant impact on health-related services. If the owners of Mother's Deli of Steamboat Springs don't accept an offer from the city for a 21-day liquor license suspension by noon today, the city will hold its first show cause hearing in 15 years. Brought to you by Coleman Cook and Sharon Pace-Ward of Colorado Group Realty in Steamboat Springs.


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