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Solving the Garage Door Mystery

Updated: 05/09/2007 - You pull up to your house and your garage door opener doesn't work. The problem could be frequency interference, and there is a solution.

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Copper Stolen from City Streetlights

Updated: 05/09/2007 - Nearly $20,000 worth of goods vanish in eastern Colorado Springs. The item missing: thousands of feet of copper wire, ripped from streetlights along Powers Boulevard.

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Mysterious Death Update

Updated: 05/09/2007 - A man wanted for questioning turns himself in on Tuesday, according to the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.

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Military Spouse Appreciation

Updated: 05/08/2007 - Some much needed time out for local military wives. Pampered, primped and refreshed. These women get a little bit back on Tuesday for the sacrifices they make.

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Getting Ready For Fire Season

Updated: 05/08/2007 - Thanks to above average snowfall this year it looks like fire season in Colorado may be happening about a month later than usual.

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Six Figure Officer

Posted: 05/08/2007 - A Longmont police sergeant earned $112,700 dollars last year, almost making him one of the city's top ten highest paid employees.

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Police Looking at 1999 Cold Case

Updated: 05/08/2007 - Beaten, strangled and left under a stairwell at a Memorial hospital, that’s how Jennifer Watkins died nearly 8 years ago. Her murder is still a mystery and her killer is still on the loose. We open this cold case file from November 1999.Video

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Accused Cop Killer Won't Face Death

Posted: 05/07/2007 - An accused cop killer will not face the dealth penalty. Prosecutors made the announcement Monday in court. Jereme Lamberth is charged with first degree murder, accused of gunning down Detective Jared Jensen in February of 2006.

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Levee Breaks In Pueblo Along Fountain Creek

Updated: 05/08/2007 - A levee has given way along Fountain Creek in Pueblo. The water is beginning to recede after crews opened up a second breach. Dillon Road has reopened after being closed for several hours. Video

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Returning Home to Disaster

Updated: 05/07/2007 - People in Kansas are getting to return home for the first time since Friday when a twister practically flattened their town.Video

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Deadly Weekend for U.S. Forces

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Roadside bombs killed eight American soldiers in separate attacks Sunday in Diyala province and Baghdad. A car bomb claimed 30 more lives in a wholesale food market in a part of the Iraqi capital where sectarian tensions are on the rise.Video

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114 Feared Dead in Plane Crash

Posted: 05/06/2007 - A rescue convoy has reached the crash site of a Kenya Airways jetliner that went down in west Africa early Saturday with 114 people aboard.

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60 L.A. Cops off the Streets

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The Los Angeles police chief says up to 60 members of the city's elite Metropolitan Division are no longer on the street.

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Easing Immunization Anxiety

Posted: 05/06/2007 - A new study suggests parents can ease their child's anxiety about immunizations by telling a joke, reading a book or bringing a favorite toy from home.

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Youth Volunteers

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Some critics may say teenagers are lazy and self-centered, but teachers, charitable organizations and community leaders disagree. They say America is full of amazing young people who volunteer hundreds of hours each year.

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Tornado Rebuilding Effort Hampered

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The governor of Kansas says the rebuilding effort in tornado-ravaged Greensburg likely will be hampered because some much-needed equipment is in Iraq.

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A-Basin Still Open

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Two of last three ski areas closing Sunday. Loveland and Echo Park Mountain both have fresh snow on their closing day.

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Higher Fees at National Parks

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Entrance fees are due to rise at national parks over the next three summers -- though park superintendents could recommend that the increases be rescinded if enough people protest.

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Pit Bull Ban

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the pit bull ban in Aurora.

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Intruder Throws Pie at Priest

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Parishioners at Grace Church & St. Stephen's say a man barged into the sanctuary Sunday, and threw a pie at Father Donald Armstrong.Video

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Gas Prices Reach Record High

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Motorists are already reeling from rising gasoline prices. Now, it's time for more sticker shock. Video

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