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Valentine's Day Slayings

Posted: 03/22/2006 - A man who told police he shot two teenage boys at random to "get something off my chest" was recommended for release from prison. 26 year old Jeron Grant an accomplice were charged in the 1997 Valentine's Day deaths of 13 year old Andrew Westbay and 15 year old Scott Hawrysiak

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Prescription Drugs

Posted: 03/22/2006 - Drug companies and organized labor groups are throwing their support behind legislation that would discount prescription drugs for some half a million Coloradans.

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Bills propose stiffer Teen Driving Laws

Posted: 03/21/2006 - The rules of the road could soon be a little stiffer for teen drivers if some state law makers get their way. Two new laws would enforce stiffer penalties for teens who commit driving violations, including mandatory driving school.

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Apartment Fire in Colorado Springs

Posted: 03/21/2006 - A call to an apartment fire leads investigators to a man's body Tuesday afternoon in Colorado Springs

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Child Pornography Arrest

Updated: 03/21/2006 - Police say they put a sex offender behind bars after a year long investigation. Julius Lehosky faces at least 40 counts of having child pornography and distributing it. He's posted bond and is back out in the community.

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Time Off for Parents

Posted: 03/21/2006 - A bill in the Colorado State Legislature could force companies to give their employees more time off.

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Tornado Scale Changes

Posted: 03/21/2006 - Meteorologists are making some changes to the way they look at tornado damage.

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The President Holds News Conference

Posted: 03/21/2006 - After facing some of the lowest poll numbers of his presidency, President Bush held his second news conference of the year.

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Spring Weather

Posted: 03/21/2006 - Nasty weather pummels the Midwest after making a brief appearance here in Southern Colorado.

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Missile Launch

Updated: 03/21/2006 - Pakistan has successfully test-fired a cruise missile Tuesday. The missile has the ability to carry a nuclear warhead and hit targets within a 310 mile range.

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Australia Cyclone Larry

Posted: 03/21/2006 - A big barbecue in the Australian town devastated by a category-five cyclone Monday.

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Gas Prices

Posted: 03/21/2006 - The average retail price of gasoline soared by almost 14 cents a gallon last week, rising above $2.50 a gallon for the first time since late October.

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Fake Driver

Posted: 03/21/2006 - An online auction for Tillie, the mannequin that one commuter used to drive on the high-occupancy vehicle lanes, was temporarily pulled over.

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Teen Drivers

Posted: 03/21/2006 - State lawmakers are looking at more measures to get tough on teen drivers this year.

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Searching For Runaways

Updated: 03/20/2006 - It's an alarming statistic… Colorado Springs Police say there were nearly 1,200 reported runaways last year. And they tell parents, if you don't think you're kid is at risk, think again. Runaways happen all the time. “All socio-economic backgrounds have problems and issues with running away,” Sergeant Tim Stankey with the Springs Police said.

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Academy Drug Charges

Posted: 03/20/2006 - A court martial is scheduled to begin for an Air Force Academy cadet facing a drug charge.

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Car into Tree

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Icy road conditions forces one vehicle into a tree in Colorado Springs.

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Colorado Snow Storm

Updated: 03/20/2006 - A strong storm will leaving the state by Monday evening, but not before it wreaks havoc for commuters this morning on the first day of spring.

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Library Cat Retires

Posted: 03/19/2006 - Alamosa's Southern Peaks Public Library is retiring its cat.

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More Jobs in Western Colorado

Posted: 03/19/2006 - The number of available jobs in an eleven-county western Colorado area has more than doubled in the past year.

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Funeral Buffer Zone

Posted: 03/19/2006 - More than 2,300 U.S. troops have died since the war in Iraq began 3 years ago. One controversial group has been protesting the funerals of fallen heroes. So now, state representatives are introducing a bill on Tuesday that would force protestors to maintain a certain distance from funerals.

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Assignment Iraq: Mail Call

Updated: 05/25/2006 - It’s been three years since troops deployed to Iraq and now, communications between soldiers and their friends and family is getting progressively better.

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Fort Carson Soldier Death

Posted: 03/18/2006 - A Special Forces soldier dies at Fort Carson during physical training.

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