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Egypt Resort Blasts

Posted: 04/25/2006 - Police in Egypt have arrested three people in connection with yesterday's triple bomb attack at a beach resort. There's no information yet about who the suspects are, or if they have ties to any international terror groups.

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Aruba-Missing Teen

Posted: 04/25/2006 - His lawyer says a 19 year old man released in the Natalee Holloway case has "no relevant information" about her disappearance.

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Colorado Weather

Posted: 04/25/2006 - Colorado 133 remains closed near the Paonia Reservoir Dam this morning after a rockslide dumped an estimated one thousand tons of rock, mud and debris across the road.

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Missing Toucans

Posted: 04/25/2006 - Cheyenne Mountain Zoo officials are searching for two green Aracari toucans that disappeared over the weekend -- and they think humans may be to blame.

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Echostar-Channel

Posted: 04/25/2006 - The owners of The Dish Network and cable channel OLN now have a multiyear agreement that restores the NHL carrier to subscribers of the nation's second-largest satellite television provider just in time for the hockey playoffs.

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Plague-Pets

Posted: 04/25/2006 - State health officials say the plague has been detected in animals in six Colorado counties, including in ten cats that may have been infected through hunting and eating infected rodents.

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Arson and Burglary at a Local Church

Posted: 04/24/2006 - A local church leader calls three attacks in the last month on his place of worship anti-Christian. The third happened overnight when police say someone broke into St. Francis Episcopal Church, stealing a computer, a bass guitar and other smaller items.

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Saving at the Fuel Pump

Posted: 04/24/2006 - It's happening again. A gallon of gas is getting close to three dollars or more, depending on what octane you're buying. Economists say prices won't be going down anytime soon, so cutting your costs for fuel will be up to you. Experts say drivers can save some big bucks if they break some bad habits.

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Case Of The Missing Zoo Birds

Posted: 04/24/2006 - Two birds are still missing from the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and zookeepers are losing hope they are still alive.

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Flight Diverted

Posted: 04/24/2006 - A court appearance for the man accused of causing a plane to make an unscheduled landing in Denver is being postponed until at least tomorrow.

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Oil Prices

Posted: 04/24/2006 - Crude oil prices have fallen a bit today. Light, sweet crude for June delivery fell 55 cents to 74 dollars, 62 cents a barrel in Asian electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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Fatal Cosmix Accident

Updated: 04/24/2006 - The cosmix project along I-25 turns deadly. Officials say a construction worker was killed last night while working on the new bridge near Nevada.

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Distracted Drivers

Updated: 04/23/2006 - Using cameras to record automobile drivers' every move, a federal study found that nearly 80 percent of crashes involved people who were distracted or drowsy within seconds of impact.

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Child Shoots Brother

Updated: 04/23/2006 - Pueblo police say a three-year-old boy accidentally shot his five-year-old brother in the left arm.

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Fatal Canoe Accident

Updated: 04/23/2006 - A 22-year-old Colorado Springs man drowned and his brother was injured when their canoe capsized in Skagway Reservoir near Victor.

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Cadet Falls 200 Feet On Hike

Posted: 04/22/2006 - An air force academy cadet is in critical condition after falling 200 feet while hiking Eagle Peek Saturday afternoon. Academy officials say Cadet 3rd Class Tom Avolio was hiking the mountain with 2 other cadets, when he fell and sustained serious injuries.

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Camp Fire Safety

Updated: 04/22/2006 - It doesn't take long for a camp fire to get out of control, especially with these dry conditions. It is important to know the proper way to start and put out a campfire. The U.S. Forest Service working to make sure campers know the proper techniques.

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Vehicular Assault Arrest

Updated: 04/23/2006 - A 21-year-old man is in jail in Pueblo after allegedly crashing into a group of four while drunk, critically injuring three of them.

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Flight Diverted to DIA

Updated: 04/22/2006 - Passengers aboard a United Airlines jetliner diverted to Denver are grateful to fellow passengers and three Secret Service agents for overpowering a passenger who tried to open a door while in flight.

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Boy Charged With Pellet Gun Assault

Updated: 04/21/2006 - 14-year-old Chris Brookins says he can still feel the sting of pellet wounds on his body after he says a classmate attacked him with a battery-operated fully automatic pellet gun Friday Morning. According to police, the attack happened at 7:55 in front of Carmel Middle school.

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Colorado #1 For Foreclosures

Updated: 04/21/2006 - In the month of March Colorado climbed to the top of the list of home foreclosures. The state as a whole nearly tripled the national average.

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Fire Danger in Pike National Forest

Updated: 04/22/2006 - The Pikes Peak Ranger District is warning about dangerously dry conditions in the Pike National Forest. So far, there are no fire restrictions in the forest yet, but that could be changing as early next week.

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