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City Proposes New Noise Ordinance

Updated: 06/25/2007 - How loud is too loud? Springs city leaders are considering ways to ease concerns about noise from traffic congestion by setting limits for it.

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Inmates Train Wild Horses For Homeland Security

Updated: 06/26/2007 - Wild horses, prison inmates, and Homeland Security. Its a strange combination but its a partnership with a purpose. Its all part of "Noble Mustang," a new program that will patrol Montana's northern border with Canada using horses.

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Bus Taking Family Home From Reunion Crashes

Posted: 06/25/2007 - A hospital official says 66 people were injured, four critically, in the wreck on Interstate 65, about 20 miles east of Bowling Green, Ky.

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Blind Athlete Competes In Triathlon

Updated: 06/25/2007 - A local cancer survivor is defying all odds. Seven years after being diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor and given a bleak chance of surviving, 12-year-old Garrett Rush-Miller is not only celebrating life, he's competing in triathlons.

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Pregnant Woman Found Dead

Posted: 06/24/2007 - In Ohio, a former classmate of the man suspected of murdering a pregnant woman has been arrested on an obstruction of justice charge.

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Gas Prices Dropping

Posted: 06/24/2007 - The Lundberg Survey says the average price of gasoline across the country dropped about eleven cents over the last two weeks.

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Fire Near Lake Tahoe Destroys Homes

Updated: 06/25/2007 - In Northern California, a wind-driven forest fire in the popular resort area of Lake Tahoe has destroyed several homes and forced a thousand people to evacuate.

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8-Year-Old Killed in Hit & Run

Posted: 06/24/2007 - Police in Westminster are looking for the hit-and-run driver who crashed into two young brothers on a go-cart, killing one of them and sending the other to Children's Hospital.

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Drug Bust On West Side Of Colorado Springs

Posted: 06/24/2007 - Police raid a house on the west side of Colorado Springs and reportedly find thousands of dollars worth of drugs and arrest three people. Cops say 47 grams of cocaine, 55 grams of marijuana, nearly 7 grams of meth and $4,700 in cash were discovered Saturday night on the 2800 block of West Pike's Peak Avenue.

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Intel Appeals Denial of Aid

Posted: 06/24/2007 - Intel officials are warning Colorado Springs employees that they don't expect to win an appeal of a decision denying laid-off workers certain federal aid.

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Ozone Alert Issued For Front Range

Updated: 06/24/2007 - For the first time this summer, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment has issued an Ozone Advisory for Colorado Springs and the rest of the Front Range.

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City Shuts Down Penrose Fountain

Posted: 06/22/2007 - Just two weeks after the opening of the Julie Penrose Fountain at America The Beautiful Park, the city has drained the water.

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Firework Rules & Safety

Updated: 06/22/2007 - The Fourth of July to many is about celebrating Independence Day and blowing off cool fireworks. But, what are the rules when it comes to firecrackers?

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KK's Creatures: Bearded Dragons

Posted: 06/22/2007 - You might think dragons are fairytale creatures reserved for story books with castles and knights, but at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, dragons are alive and well.

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Suspected Sex Offender Banned From Library

Updated: 06/22/2007 - A registered sex offender banned from a Colorado Springs library last summer is suspected of returning to the site and using a library computer to upload child pornography.

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State Raises Fees For Park Passes

Updated: 06/22/2007 - It'll cost more to visit state parks, and to register snowmobiles and off-highway vehicles in Colorado, beginning this fall.

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Wildfire Destroys Homes

Posted: 06/22/2007 - Firefighters say a grass fire in Mesa in western Colorado has destroyed three homes.

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CU Professor Drowns In Mexico

Updated: 06/22/2007 - A University of Colorado professor who was an expert on radiation effects on Rocky Flats workers has drowned in Mexico.

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