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Summer DUI Enforcement Begins

Updated: 05/28/2007 - This weekend marks the beginning of what is usually the deadliest time of year on our highways. 38-percent of fatal alcohol-related crashes in Colorado occur in the summer months.

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Cops Say Don't Leave Valuables In The Car

Posted: 05/27/2007 - A beautiful holiday weekend with warm summer-like weather means many are outside enjoying it, but cops say crooks see it as an opportunity to strike. A parking lot full of cars is a gold-mine for the bad guys, police say. Blodgett Park is just one of the areas that's had numerous break-ins, but the problem is happening at parks and trailheads around the city.

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College President Resigns

Posted: 05/27/2007 - The interim president of Pueblo Community College is resigning. Marjorie Villani also turned in her resignation from her position as executive vice president Friday.

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Marijuana Photos in Yearbook

Posted: 05/27/2007 - Students at Conifer High School got a big surprise when they opened their yearbooks.

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Missing Mass

Posted: 05/27/2007 - Some members of the congregation of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Pueblo were missing from Mass Sunday morning.

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Police Up Patrols This Holiday Weekend

Updated: 05/26/2007 - The Colorado State Patrol is cracking down this holiday weekend. They've upped patrols in an effort to reach their goal of having zero vehicular fatalities on area roadways.

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Episcopal Split

Posted: 05/26/2007 - Leaders of a breakaway Episcopal parish in Colorado Springs say the congregation has ratified the vestry's decision in March to leave the Episcopal Church.

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Marine Killed Had Colorado Ties

Posted: 05/26/2007 - A Marine killed Saturday in Iraq had ties to Fort Collins. The family of 26-year-old Sergeant Nicholas Walsh says he was killed in enemy fire in Fallujah.

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Painting With Ketchup and Fries

Updated: 05/26/2007 - An artist from Old Colorado City is gaining national attention for his unique style of painting. Jason Baalman paints portraits using only ketchup and French-fries.

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Disaster Dollars For Blizzard Victims

Posted: 05/26/2007 - Colorado ranchers hit by back-to-back blizzards are in line to share some of the three billion dollars in disaster aid attached to an Iraq war funding bill signed by President Bush last night.

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Copper Theft Arrests

Posted: 05/26/2007 - Two Colorado Springs men found with copper wire allegedly stuffed in their backpacks and canvas bags have been jailed on suspicion of theft.

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School Threat Hotline

Posted: 05/26/2007 - A Colorado statewide school threat safety line set up two years has been buzzing since the Virginia Tech massacre.

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Fire Destroys Foster Care Family's Home

Updated: 05/26/2007 - A Falcon family is homeless after fire gutted their home Friday afternoon. No one was hurt, but home owner Jeff Ward says, the house was more than a home to his family, it had been a sanctuary to many children.

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Memorial Day Travel

Posted: 05/26/2007 - Gasoline prices remained a few cents below recent highs in most of Colorado as the Memorial Day weekend moved into full gear.

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Cheney Delivers Call To Arms

Posted: 05/26/2007 - Now it's their turn to lead U.S. troops in the war on terror. That's what Vice President Cheney has told the 978 graduates of the U.S. Military Academy.

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Springs Utilities Improves Wastewater System

Updated: 05/25/2007 - Colorado Springs Utilities is working to decrease the chances of another sewage spill into area creeks. The utility company is stabilizing the west bank of Fountain Creek, near the confluence with Sand Creek, to protect a 54" diameter wastewater pipe that runs along Fountain Creek.

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Joyride Kills Teenage Boy

Updated: 05/25/2007 - One teenage boy is dead and three others are in serious condition after a joyride went terribly wrong on Thursday night in Canon City.

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Fatal Accident Kills Canon City Teen

Updated: 05/25/2007 - A Canon City teenager is killed after the car he was riding in crashed into a home. It happened last night just after 10:00 p.m. on Riverside Avenue near Plum Street.

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A Farewell to the Dancing Cadet

Updated: 05/25/2007 - Two years ago, KKTV first introduced you to an Air Force Academy cadet who has all the right moves. He'll graduate Wednesday known by a worldwide audience.

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The Cost of Search and Rescue

Updated: 05/25/2007 - In the last month we've seen numerous cases of hikers being rescued when they get into trouble, but now the question, who's paying for these sometimes costly missions?

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Be On The Lookout For Wildlife

Updated: 05/24/2007 - A warning from the Division of Wildlife to be on the lookout. As the weather warms up bears, mountain lions and other wildlife are heading to lower elevations to find food.

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Fallen Heroes' Names Put On Memorial

Updated: 05/24/2007 - Remembered for their heroism and honored for their bravery, 30 soldiers who lost their lives in 2006 serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom are remembered this morning at Fort Carson. Their names are now etched upon stone walls of a memorial that remembers all Colorado heroes who’ve died in the past 4 years. "We honor our brave warriors by never forgetting them. We honor them by never taking them for granted, and honor them by keeping their spirits alive," Major General Robert Mixon, the Commander of Fort Carson says.

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High Tech Parking Meters Hit Colorado Springs

Updated: 05/24/2007 - Drivers parking in one area of downtown Colorado Springs on Wednesday got a bit of a gift from the city, no parking tickets. The exception was made for one day only as a way to promote a new parking system called Easy Park. It allows drivers to use cards instead of coins.

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