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Fort Carson Prepares for More Troop Juggling

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Major General Robert Mixon has his hands full. He's been in charge of Fort Carson for just six months and he's now facing an influx of troops and personnel that could swell Fort Carson to more than 22,000 people if the Pentagon's base overhaul plan is approved.

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Student Newspaper Article Raises Eyebrows

Updated: 05/17/2005 - An article in a student newspaper at Wasson High School has some wondering if the district should keep a closer eye on the content.

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No Immunity

Updated: 05/16/2005 - An officer expected to be charged with giving illegal orders to kill Iraqis won't get immunity if he testifies for another soldier accused of murder.

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Wind Industry Meeting

Updated: 05/16/2005 - With gas prices rising and new technology available, wind energy producers gathered in Denver this week say this could be a landmark year for the industry.

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Chemical Depot Money

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Wayne A bill soon to be debated by the U.S. Senate includes funding for destroying chemical weapons stored in Pueblo.

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Possible Dismissal

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A tenured University of Colorado professor facing possible dismissal after being accused of plagiarism and lying about his American Indian ethnicity is vehemently denying those charges.

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Murder Suspect Arrested In Pueblo

Updated: 05/15/2005 - A Los Angeles man was arrested in a Pueblo restaurant on charges of murder and making terrorist threats.

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Four Killed In Ouray Plane Crash

Updated: 05/15/2005 - Four people on a single-engine Cessna 210 airplane were killed when the plane crashed near 13-thousand-492-foot Mt. Whitehouse.

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Pueblo Train Wreck

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A Pueblo intersection is expected to remain closed for several days after several rail cars filled with grain jumped their tracks early Friday morning.

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Manhunt Continues

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The seach for the man suspected of shooting 2 Denver police officers continues.

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Fallen Officer's Funeral

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A fellow Denver police officer choked back tears while reading a Bible passage Friday morning, during the funeral service for fallen Detective Donald Young.

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BRAC List Out

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Colorado could gain thousands of military personnel under a Pentagon plan to close bases and overhaul others across the country.

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Good News For United

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Things are looking up for United Airlines -- just days after it reported a huge first-quarter loss, and angered current and former employees by cutting pensions.

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Service Set For Slain Officer

Updated: 05/13/2005 - More than three-thousand people are expected to attend the funeral today for a Denver police detective who was killed over the weekend

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AFA Chaplain Claims She Was Fired

Updated: 05/13/2005 - An Air Force Academy chaplain says she has been fired for speaking up about claims of religious intolerance at the school.

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Train Derailment

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A freight train has derailed near Pueblo. No one is injured, but the clean-up could cause traffic headaches.

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Buffalo Escape Investigation

Updated: 05/11/2005 - The city manager of Colorado Springs has ordered an investigation into the police shooting of five buffalo.

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Pueblo Chemical Depot Funds

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Congress is pushing the Department of Defense to spend money previously set aside for cleaning up chemical weapon stockpiles in Colorado and Kentucky.

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Plane that Caused Evacuation Headed to Air Show

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Relatives and friends of the two men whose plane apparently caused Wednesday's evacuation in Washington say the plane was on its way to an air show in North Carolina.

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Washington D.C. Security Scare

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Military jets fired warning flares, people ran from federal buildings and the White House hit code red --- its highest alert level. Guards shouted, "This is not a drill!"

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Bankruptcy Filings Surge

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Colorado bankruptcy attorneys are seeing a surge in business. They say it's because of legislation passed by Congress recently that will soon make it harder for individuals to wipe their debts clean.

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