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Copper Thefts May Cost You

Updated: 08/23/2007 - Copper wires were ripped, stripped, pulled and cut from street lights across Colorado Springs and now, the thefts may cost you on your utility bill. It's costing CSU more than $650,000 to replace the wire in 300 street lights.

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Schools Offer Accident Insurance

Updated: 08/23/2007 - If your child gets injured while at school, either on the playground or on a field trip, you, not the school, may be the one footing the bill.

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Soldiers Saddened By News Of Blackhawk Crash

Updated: 08/23/2007 - The Department of Defense reports mechanical failure brought a U.S. Army Blackhawk down during a night operation near Tikrit, Iraq, killing all 14 soldiers on board. Pilots about to deploy are saddened, but not shaken.

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State Inspectors Overlook Schools

Updated: 08/23/2007 - There's a good chance your child's school never passed a state inspection. That's because it was probably never inspected. Lawmakers are finally stepping in to make a change.

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Train Sets Made In China Recalled

Updated: 08/22/2007 - Another toy recall out of China surfaced Wednesday: a magnetic toy train set made by Johnson Smith Company.

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Homicide Was Result Of Love Triangle

Updated: 08/23/2007 - One man is behind bars suspected in the shooting death of 42-year-old Mark Lucero. Pueblo Police are still searching for another suspect.

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Movie Star Serenades Mountain Post

Updated: 08/22/2007 - He dropped the movie act and showed his range at a one-night engagement at Fort Carson Tuesday night. Even if the audience wasn't familiar with Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters, they had a night out with a super-star headliner.

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AAA Surveys Distracted Teen Drivers

Updated: 08/22/2007 - Does your teen text and drive? Nearly half of teens across the country admit they do. A look at just how dangerous the habit can be.

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Pueblo Detective Gets Dragged By Car

Updated: 08/22/2007 - A Pueblo detective is recovering after being dragged several feet by a car. Detective Gerald LeRay was about to write out a ticket for possession of marijuana when things got out of control.

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Someone Steals Gas From Red Cross

Updated: 08/22/2007 - One of the Red Cross cars from the Pikes Peak Chapter had their gas hose cut, so gallons of gas could be siphoned. It’s the second time this has happened.

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Police Crack Alleged ID Theft Ring

Updated: 08/22/2007 - Police say thieves were breaking into cars, taking their victims' financial documents, and using that information to shop online. The case may have involved 250 break-ins or more in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and the Denver area.

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Donor Pays Off Elderly Man's Enormous Water Bill

Updated: 08/21/2007 - A Colorado Springs man's $1,195 water bill has been flushed. Les Cole received the enormous bill after his toilet malfunctioned and ran continuously while he was out of town for two months.

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Damaged Space Shuttle Endeavour Lands In Florida

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Space shuttle Endeavour has safely returned to Earth, ending nearly two weeks of concern that centered on a deep gouge in the shuttle's belly and an early homecoming prompted by a hurricane.

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Hurricane Dean Falls To Category 2

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Hours after making landfall with Category 5 winds on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Hurricane Dean has calmed into a Category 2 storm.

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Colorado Springs Call Center Adds 400 Jobs

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Call center operator PRC says it plans to add 400 workers to its 550 person call center in Colorado Springs by the end of the year.

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Two Arrested In Overnight Stabbing

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Colorado Springs police have two people in custody after an overnight stabbing at an apartment complex.

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Man Involved In Double Murder Is Free

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Jeron Grant, 27, was convicted as an accessory to the 1997 Valentine's Day murders of Scott Hawrysiak and Andrew Westbay.

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Northcom Prepares For Hurricane Dean

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Hurricane Dean continues to cause quite a stir, including for folks in Colorado Springs. Homeland defense experts at U.S. Northern Command at Peterson Air Force Base are over-preparing, just in case.

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Colorado National Guard Troops Return Home

Updated: 08/20/2007 - After spending the last year fighting in Iraq, about 400 Colorado National Guard troops are home. The troops are part of the 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment.

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Home Invasion In Pueblo Turns Deadly

Updated: 08/20/2007 - An early morning home invasion left one man dead. Police looking are for four suspects. Pueblo Police said the robbery turned into the murder of 27-year-old Eric Ortiz on the east side of town.

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Young Child Drowns In Local Hotel Pool

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Colorado Springs Police were called out to the Drury Inn, located at 8155 N. Academy Boulevard, regarding a 5-year-old child drowning at the pool.

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