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Emaciated Horses Rescued

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Six malnourished horses rescued from a farm in Calhan now have a new home and are on their way to recovery. Their owner has been arrested on animal cruelty charges for the third time.

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Kids With Diabetes Bond At Camp

Updated: 01/08/2008 - More than 20 million kids and adults have diabetes in the U.S., and hundreds of kids living with the disease flock to Eagle Lake in Colorado for camp.

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Palmer Lake Faces Water Restrictions

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Less than one week after the Cherokee Metropolitan Water District went off full water restriction, the town of Palmer Lake announces huge cutbacks in watering.

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Springfield Hopes To Land Simpson's Movie Premiere

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Hollywood may be coming to Southern Colorado. At least the people of Springfield hope so. The Simpson's Movie opens nationwide in theaters on July 27, but the site of the big movie premiere has yet to be determined.

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Underage Drinking On The Rise In Colorado

Updated: 07/06/2007 - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says if kids are going to drink, summer is the time they're most likely to do it. And Colorado kids are drinking more than others their age nation wide.

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Ft. Carson Soldier Dies On Fourth Of July

Updated: 07/06/2007 - The Department of Defense says PFC Steven A. Davis died in Baghdad, of wounds he suffered when insurgents attacked his unit with grenades.

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Driver Accused of Hitting Teenagers

Updated: 07/05/2007 - A 44 year old man is behind bars in Pueblo. He's accused of running over two teenagers with his truck and then taking off.

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Trucks, Bushes Catch Fire On Fourth Holiday

Updated: 07/05/2007 - The Fourth of July is always a scramble for firefighters, patrols go all night long and emergency calls come in for hours. It isn't just bushes and trees that catch fire easily. The action started pretty early in the day, thanks to carelessness with fireworks.

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Lake Water Could Irritate Swimmers

Updated: 01/08/2008 - A warning from city officials: a Colorado Springs hot spot for those looking to beat the heat could leave visitors feeling a little irritated.

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Holiday Gas Prices Drop Slightly

Updated: 07/05/2007 - The national average for gas this holiday week is just under $3. Prices have dropped a little over the last couple of weeks, but, is that incentive enough for holiday travelers?

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Americans Celebrate Nation's 231st Birthday

Updated: 07/04/2007 - For most, it will be a day of picnics and fireworks with friends and relatives. Americans on duty in far off places like Iraq and Afghanistan are also celebrating.

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Crooks Stealing Beer Kegs

Updated: 07/04/2007 - Thieves have found a new way to make a quick buck. Many are stealing beer kegs and taking them to scrap yards for easy cash.

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Stay Aware & Stay Safe On The Water

Updated: 07/04/2007 - The Fourth of July is generally one of the busiest days of the year on Southern Colorado lakes. Unfortunately it can also be one of the most dangerous.

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COSMIX Ahead Of Schedule

Updated: 07/03/2007 - Bumper to bumper traffic on I-25 could start to lighten up. That's because northbound and southbound I-25 are three lanes from Fontanero to North Academy.

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Speaker's TB Not As Serious As Once Thought

Posted: 07/03/2007 - A federal health official says Atlanta attorney Andrew Speaker has a less severe form of tuberculosis than health officials previously diagnosed. He is still being treated in Denver.

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Neck Injuries Evaluated In Crash Tests

Updated: 07/03/2007 - Your safety from whiplash or other neck injuries may depend on what vehicle you drive, according to the latest study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

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Local Terror Expert's Take On U.K. Attacks

Updated: 07/03/2007 - After what happened in Glasgow and London, a local terrorism expert says the attacks are just a sign of what's to come. "It's just a matter of time before events like that happen in the U.S." Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Joe Ruffini says he doesn’t think Americans should worry, but we should be vigilant about what’s going on around them.

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Thief Uses Garage Remotes to Get Into Homes

Updated: 07/03/2007 - A warning from Colorado Springs Police after they say a burglar is gaining access into homes by using garage door openers left inside vehicles parked in driveways.

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