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Reversing High Drop Out Rate

Updated: 03/11/2008 - The drop out rate is on the rise among minority men in college. Pikes Peak Community College is trying to curb that nationwide trend by reaching out to those students on campus.

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Too Many Phone Books?

Updated: 03/11/2008 - How many phone books do you have in your house? If you're tired of finding a new one on your doorstep every few months, there is something you can do about it.

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Deadliest Day In Iraq Since January

Updated: 03/11/2008 - The U.S. military says three more soldiers have been killed in Iraq. That brings Monday's death toll for American troops to eight.

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Lamberth Trial Moves to Boulder

Updated: 03/14/2008 - A man convicted of first degree murder for the death of a Colorado Springs police detective will soon have another trial in Boulder. Jeremy Lamberth still has to be tried for the attempted murder of his own sister

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CPR Training Saves Autistic Boy's Life

Updated: 03/11/2008 - It was a life or death situation on a Pueblo school bus. When three faculty members used their first-aid training to save an autistic student who went into a sudden seizure.

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Head Of Military Visits Colorado Springs

Updated: 03/10/2008 - The man who heads up the nation's military says 15 month-long deployments are too long for soldiers. Navy Admiral Mike Mullen made those remarks during a visit touring NORAD/NORTHCOM and Fort Carson Monday.

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Five U.S. Soldiers Killed In Iraq

Updated: 04/14/2008 - The U.S. military says five American soldiers on a foot patrol were killed Monday in a bomb attack in central Baghdad.

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Breast-Feeding Bill Gaining Support

Updated: 03/10/2008 - State lawmakers are again looking at making it easier for mothers to continue breast-feeding when they go back to work.

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Veteran Honored With Soldier's Stone

Updated: 03/09/2008 - For years, a veteran was laid to rest, but without a headstone. Sunday, that soldier was finally recognized as one of America's heroes.

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Drugs Found In Tap Water

Updated: 03/10/2008 - Forty-one-million Americans in twenty-four major metropolitan areas are drinking water with traces of drugs in it. That's according to an Associated Press investigation. What about Southern Colorado's water?

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