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Iraq Air Strikes

Updated: 08/27/2007 - U.S. aircraft dropped a 500-pound precision bomb on a house in the Iraqi city of Samarra Sunday.

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Body Found Buried In Gold Mine

Updated: 08/27/2007 - The body of a 36-year-old Craig woman has been found buried deep in a gold mine operated by her husband, who has been arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder.

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Greece Fires

Updated: 08/27/2007 - Greek officials promise to protect ancient Olympic site, threatened by fire.

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Angel Food Ministry

Posted: 08/25/2007 - Angel Food Ministry is a ministry that allows anyone of any income to purchase a week of food for a family of four for $30 a week.

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Hail Causes Headache For Homeowners

Updated: 08/24/2007 - Many roofing companies around Southern Colorado have been getting plenty of calls from homeowners with hail damage.

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Car Crashes into School Playground

Posted: 08/24/2007 - A car crashed into the playground at a Colorado Springs elementary school. School officials say luckily, no kids were there at the time.

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Castle West Firefighters To Receive Award Friday

Posted: 08/24/2007 - Nearly seven months after Castle West Apartments fire, four of the firefighters on the scene will get the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Fire Service Award for Valor.

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Update: Kohl's Shoplifters Caught

Updated: 08/30/2007 - Three alleged shoplifters who tried to run over a security officer at a Kohl's store in Monument have been caught after shoplifting at a Costco store in California.

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Fallen Soldiers Honored At Fort Carson

Updated: 08/24/2007 - Specialist Justin Blackwell, 27, and 18-year-old Private First Class Jeremy Bohannon were both honored at a Fort Carson memorial Thursday.

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CU Researcher Quarantined For TB

Posted: 08/24/2007 - The University of Colorado says a research associate at the Boulder campus has tested positive for tuberculosis.

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Three Arrested In Canon City Counterfeiting Ring

Updated: 08/23/2007 - Canon City Police have busted a counterfeit ring that spanned throughout southeastern Colorado and even into Kansas. As much as three thousand dollars worth of fake currency possibly was used over the past couple months.

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Copper Thefts May Cost You

Updated: 08/23/2007 - Copper wires were ripped, stripped, pulled and cut from street lights across Colorado Springs and now, the thefts may cost you on your utility bill. It's costing CSU more than $650,000 to replace the wire in 300 street lights.

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