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Gas Plot

Posted: 06/19/2006 - A New York senator says a reported al-Qaida plot involving New York's subways and cyanide gas shows how misguided Homeland Security officials are to cut back funds for major cities.

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Internet Drugs

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse says more Web sites are popping up, offering prescription medicines like OxyContin, Vicodin, Xanax and Ritalin.

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Officer Shot: Tribute

Posted: 06/19/2006 - A motorcycle "gang" of sorts for a fallen Colorado Springs police officer. Yesterday, about 430 motorcyclists took part in a memorial ride for 30-year-old Jared Jensen.

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Geothermal Pursuit

Posted: 06/19/2006 - Colorado's state geologist says the state rests on a vast energy reserve -- but he's not talking about coal, oil or natural gas.

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Perfect Attendance

Updated: 06/19/2006 - Bernard "Bernie" Lorino is the Cal Ripken Junior of the Rotary Club. The 92-year-old man has attended a Rotary Club meeting each week for 68 straight years -- even though he splits his time between Texas and Manitou Springs.

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Colorado Springs: Pit Bulls

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The Colorado Springs area appears to be seeing more pit bulls since the breed was banned in Denver and Aurora.

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Wildfire: Costilla County

Updated: 06/19/2006 - The wildfires continue in Colorado. Firefighters are battling a blaze on the north side of La Veta Pass on U.S. 160 in southern Colorado that's grown to almost 800 acres.

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Police Search for Intruder

Updated: 06/19/2006 - Police are looking for a suspect after a woman woke up to find a strange man in her bedroom. It happened early Sunday morning at a home on inspiration drive west of Powers and south Carefree.

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Fire in Costilla County

Posted: 06/18/2006 - A wildfire is burning 200 acres in Costilla County, near La Veta Pass.

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Potbellied Pigs Now Legal In Springs

Updated: 06/17/2006 - A Colorado Springs family is in hog heaven since the city decided it was okay for them to keep their potbellied pig "Miss. Piggy," as a pet. Pigs had been illegal within Colorado Springs city limits for the last 100 years.

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Reservists Return Home

Updated: 06/17/2006 - Four Army Reservists from Southern Colorado made it home on Saturday from a tour in the Middle East. They made it just in time for Fathers Day.

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Tyndall Fire Burns 700 Acres

Updated: 05/07/2007 - The 700-acre "Tyndall Gulch" fire near Westcliffe is now 50-percent contained, three days after a power line ignited a tree. All 100 people who voluntarily left their homes were cleared to return Thursday night.

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Colorado Disaster Plans

Posted: 06/17/2006 - Colorado doesn't have adequate plans for mass evacuations during a disaster and preparations for most other contingencies get only a qualified endorsement.

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Smoking Ban Lawsuit Filed

Updated: 06/16/2006 - The bill is already signed, but now the new law banning smoking in public places in Colorado could be put on hold. Thursday, a smoking-rights coalition and local tavern filed a federal lawsuit seeking to declare the law unconstitutional.

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Columbine Memorial

Updated: 06/17/2006 - A mother whose daughter was killed at Columbine High School in 1999 referred to the "holes in our hearts" at a groundbreaking ceremony for a memorial to the victims.

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Colorado Wine Industry

Posted: 06/15/2006 - Colorado's wine industry, based primarily on the Western Slope, contributed more than 40 million dollars to the state's economy during the 2005 season.

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Record Number of DIA Travelers

Posted: 06/15/2006 - Nearly three-point-83 million travelers helped set a new record at Denver International Airport in April, making it the busiest April ever for Denver's aviation system.

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Marriage Law

Posted: 06/15/2006 - The state Court of Appeals says a 15-year-old girl can enter into a valid common-law marriage in Colorado.

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Honda Recall

Posted: 06/14/2006 - Honda is recalling more than a-half million vehicles to replace a faulty part used in starting an engine. Among the models affected are Odyssey minivans, CRV SUVs and Step Wagon minivans.

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Overnight Shooting

Posted: 06/14/2006 - A man suspected in a deadly shooting early yesterday in Westminster is dead -- apparently of a suicide.

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Colorado Quarter

Posted: 06/14/2006 - Get ready to start spending some "mountain money." Colorado's state quarter will be released today, with Governor Owens and Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper on hand for a ceremony at the state Capitol.

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Owens Threatens Special Session

Updated: 06/14/2006 - Governor Bill Owens says the Colorado Supreme Court acted irresponsibly when it voted 4-2 to keep an immigration measure off the November ballot. Owens says if the court does not reconsider its decision, he'll call for a special session.

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FBI Reports: Crime Lower in Colorado Springs

Updated: 06/14/2006 - The FBI reports violent crimes are on the rise in cities across the nation, but on a city-by-city breakdown, crime rates in Colorado Springs are going down.

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Helmets: To Wear or Not To Wear

Updated: 06/13/2006 - Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is lucky to be alive after his motorcycle crashed into a car yesterday.

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