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Massacre at Virginia Tech

Updated: 04/17/2007 - With 32 deaths, plus the gunman, Monday's shootings at Virginia Tech now rank as the deadliest shooting rampage in U.S. history.

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Girls Booted From Prom for Revealing Dresses

Posted: 04/15/2007 - Dozens of girls were turned away from a prom at a Louisiana high school this weekend because a teacher thought their dresses were too revealing.

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Aspinall Memorial

Updated: 04/15/2007 - A monument has been unveiled to the late, long-time western Colorado congressman, Wayne Aspinall.

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Colorado Legislature Week Ahead

Posted: 04/15/2007 - With less than a month to go in the legislative session, lawmakers appear ready to act on a proposal to change the way the state regulates the booming oil and gas industry.

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Hiker Rescued at Palmer Park

Posted: 04/15/2007 - A woman was plucked off a Palmer Park trail by helicopter after falling 15 feet.

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Hiroshima Survivor In The Springs

Updated: 04/15/2007 - He shares a horrifying tale of survival. Masaru Kawasaki was in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped more than 60 years ago. He's in Colorado Springs and shared his story at Colorado College.

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Locals React to War Funding Debate

Updated: 04/15/2007 - Vice President Dick Cheney says he believes Democratic lawmakers will back down and approve a war spending bill, that does not call for troops to leave Iraq. Here in Southern Colorado, Cheney's bold statement is stirring up mixed reaction.

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Holocaust Remembrance Day

Updated: 04/15/2007 - It's been more than 60 years since the Holocaust. To the few survivors left it remains real and ever present, but for others it may seem like ancient history.

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Church leader rebuts allegations

Posted: 04/15/2007 - The leader of a breakaway Episcopal parish defended himself against allegations of financial misconduct Saturday -- as a theological think tank that he oversees said it was distancing itself from him.

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Overturned Canoe

Posted: 04/15/2007 - A canoe trip on Dowdy Lake turns tragic. Larimer County sheriff's officials say a 35-year-old Greeley man whose canoe overturned on the lake yesterday died after spending more than two hours underwater.

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House Explodes; 1 Man Killed

Posted: 04/15/2007 - Neighbors say Erik Johnson was working on his Centennial home when it exploded, flattening the structure.

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Man falls when Aspen chairlift breaks

Posted: 04/15/2007 - A man fell ten feet when a chairlift on Aspen Mountain broke and tilted towards the ground because of metal fatigue, but was not hurt.

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Deadly Rollover on I-25

Posted: 04/15/2007 - A Jeep rolled on Interstate 25 in Douglas County, claiming the life of the driver.

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Vandal Steals School Bus

Updated: 04/15/2007 - Man drives off in a school bus after surveillance cameras catch him vandalizing 2 Pueblo West schools.

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Prisoner-Mosquito Lawsuit

Posted: 04/14/2007 - Three prisoners serving life sentences in Colorado have taken the term jailhouse lawyer to new heights.

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Wildlife Warnings

Updated: 04/15/2007 - Coloradans soon will have yet another warning system to deal with: animal alerts.

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Colorado Ski Season Comes to a Close

Posted: 04/14/2007 - Another Colorado ski season is nearing an end. Resorts are hoping to at least match if not exceed last year's record numbers.

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Schools Still Close Despite Less Snow

Updated: 04/13/2007 - Despite the fact that the worst of the storm moved to the south, school was still canceled in several area districts Friday.

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Holly Tornado Victim Leaves Hospital

Updated: 04/13/2007 - Bob and Jeannie Eastin are both finally out of the hospital. The tornado that ripped through the town of Holly two weeks ago destroyed their home. The only thing left of the house they once called home was the foundation.

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Listerine for Kids Recalled

Updated: 04/13/2007 - The maker of Listerine is recalling one of its rinses after tests showed it was contaminated with microorganisms. The recall includes 4 million bottles of the recently launched Listerine Agent Cool Blue plaque-detecting rinse, marketed primarily for use by children.

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Longer Military Tours Could Cost Economy

Updated: 04/12/2007 - Right now, there are still about 4,500 Fort Carson soldiers serving overseas. Many of them were supposed to return home in the fall, but their tours are now extended 3 months. This change will affect many businesses and the housing market.

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