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Jobs Cut in the Springs

Updated: 05/14/2007 - A California-based insurance company has cut 50 jobs in Colorado Springs since February.

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Sky Sox Employee Injured by Fireworks

Updated: 05/14/2007 - A Sky Sox employee was critically injured Saturday afternoon, after a firework blew up in his face. 47-year-old Rai Henninger was working near the fireworks bunker when a mortar shell exploded.

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Shooting Victim Dies

Posted: 05/12/2007 - Colorado Springs Police say that a man shot in the rear parking lot of Antique Billiards earlier this week, has died as a result of his injuries.

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Local Traffic Backups

Updated: 05/12/2007 - On Saturday, May 12 crews will be putting up 20 girders at the Austin Bluffs Parkway and Union Boulevard future interchange.

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Minority Recruitment at the AFA

Posted: 05/12/2007 - The Pentagon says the Air Force Academy is in no danger of losing its ability to recruit minority candidates to its prep school, despite the possible deletion of legal language making that a priority.

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Caging Grandma Sentenced

Updated: 05/12/2007 - A 62-year-old grandma was sentenced to three years imprisonment for locking her grandson inside a dog kennel every night for three years while she went to work as a jail counselor.

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Blog Accusations: Fire Chief Retires

Posted: 05/12/2007 - Aurora's fire chief has retired after being accused of having an affair with his legal adviser and playing golf during work hours.

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Double Fatal Rollover

Posted: 05/12/2007 - A Jeep carrying seven teens from Conifer High School plunged into a creek in Jefferson County, killing two and injuring three. The State Patrol said the vehicle left the road near Pine Friday afternoon and landed in Elk Creek.

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House-to-House Searches in Iraq

Posted: 05/12/2007 - U.S. and Iraqi troops are conducting joint house-to-house searches looking for three missing members of a U.S. patrol that was attacked today south of Baghdad.

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Extra Graduation Security

Colorado Buffaloes

Updated: 05/11/2007 - Stepped-up security at commencement ceremonies for the University of Colorado Friday, one day after a scare at nearby Boulder High School.

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KK's Creatures: Budgie Buddies

Updated: 06/13/2007 - Here's your chance to get up close and personal with a budgie. A budgie is Australian slang for what Americans call Parakeets.

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War Within: Putting A Face On PTSD

Posted: 05/11/2007 - A suicide devastates the family of a former Fort Carson soldier. They believe the military could have prevented it.

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Wasson Principal Admits Mishandling of Threats

Updated: 05/11/2007 - Wasson High School officials are now admitting they should have told parents and students about threats made against students and teachers at the school earlier this week.

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Car Seat/Carrier Recall

Updated: 05/11/2007 - A recall parents need to know about. Evenflo is recalling nearly half a million "Embrace" car seat/carriers.

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Major Drug Ring Busted In Pueblo

Updated: 05/11/2007 - Its being called a major step in the fight against violent crimes in Southern Colorado. The Pueblo Police Department along with the Drug Enforcement Agency announced the arrest of 28 people in Pueblo and Denver on state drug and weapons charges related to cocaine and meth trafficking.

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Dandelions Spread Like Crazy

Updated: 05/10/2007 - It looks like this weekend is going to be a good one to finally get outside and get some of that yard work done and if you have grass it's likely you also have dandelions. The yellow weed seems to be spreading absolutely everywhere this year.

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Fatal Motorcycle Accident

Updated: 05/10/2007 - A motorcyclist speeding through the streets of downtown Colorado Springs crashes into another car and is killed.

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Drivers Warned of Falling Rocks

Updated: 05/10/2007 - More and more drivers are encountering large boulders along Highway 24, as cold, wet weather has made parts of the canyon unstable.

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Tornado Victims Come To Colorado

Updated: 05/10/2007 - At least 11 people were killed by the twister that ripped through Greensburg, Kansas. It’s a death count the President described as "too many". And those who did escape with their lives have little else. One Kansas family has nowhere to live and came to stay with relatives in Colorado Springs while they decide what to do next.

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