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Meter Readers A Target For Aggressive Dogs

Posted: 06/29/2007 - As our summertime temperatures rise so do the number of dog bites. Colorado Springs Utilities meter readers seem to be a favorite target for aggressive dogs. In the past few years dozens of meter readers have been treated for dog bites.

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First Human Case of West Nile for 2007

Posted: 06/29/2007 - Health officials say a northeast Colorado resident has contracted West Nile virus, the first human case in the state his year.

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Fox that Attacked Girl Killed

Posted: 06/29/2007 - Denver Animal Control staff have killed a fox suspected of attacking a two-year-old girl.

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Soldiers Offered LASIK

Posted: 06/29/2007 - The Army is offering active duty soldiers at Fort Carson laser or photo-refractive surgery.

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Update: Cherokee Water Lifts Ban

Updated: 06/30/2007 - The "Stage 4" watering restrictions will be lifted Saturday morning, and replaced with more lenient restrictions.

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Update: Benoit Death Wikipedia Mystery

Updated: 06/29/2007 - A user of the Web site Wikipedia has confessed to making edits to pro wrestler Chris Benoit's profile mentioning the death of Benoit's wife, before authorities had found her body.

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Waiting For The iPhone

Updated: 06/29/2007 - One Colorado Springs man is going all night to be the first to get his hands on the latest in cell phone technology, but has to wait until Friday at 6 p.m.

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Family With Quadruplets Faces Foreclosure

Updated: 06/29/2007 - Brett and Wendy Stanislao were shocked the day they found out they were having quadruplets. That was a year and half ago. Now, they are dealing with another big blow. And this time, it's not a happy one.

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Where Were The Sirens?

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Many viewers have a burning question about Wednesday's tornado warnings. Where were the sirens?

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Cleaning Up The Tornado's Mess

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Thousands of trees are uprooted or blown over after the tornado left a path of destruction across 200 acres outside of Woodland Park. Cleaning up the mess in the Pike National Forest could take months, according to the U.S. Forest Service. "They estimated between 2-3 thousand trees that were blown over or pushed down," Brent Botts with the U.S. Forest Service says.

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Air Force Academy Inducts 1,300 New Cadets

Posted: 06/28/2007 - More than 9,000 students applied this year for one of the 1,300 coveted spots, and this year's class has the largest percentage of women entering basic cadet training in academy history.

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Blown Down Trees Easy Target For Beetles

Posted: 06/27/2007 - Hundreds of acres trees in the San Isabel Forest southwest of Pueblo were leveled three weeks ago by strong winds. However, the loss of trees may only be the start of a bigger problem.

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Tornadoes Touch Down In Teller County

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Severe weather hit Colorado again Wednesday afternoon, spawning funnel clouds and at least one tornado in Teller County, and heavy rains elsewhere.

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Man Charged With Murder In Deadly Stabbing

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Colorado Springs Police have identified the victim in a stabbing death Wednesday morning. 11 News was there as the suspect, Earl Frederick Mayes, was caught by police. Video

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