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Tunnel Ceiling

Posted: 07/11/2006 - A faulty steel tiebar is believed to be the cause of a partial ceiling collapse that dropped a three-ton concrete panel on a car in a highway tunnel in South Boston, killing a woman and injuring the driver.

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Internet Gambling

Posted: 07/11/2006 - The House is set to debate a bill that would clarify existing law by declaring that Internet gambling is illegal.

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Space Shuttle-Duct Tape Works Wonders

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Even in space, duct tape may work wonders. Astronaut Piers Sellers has suggested using some duct tape to fix a safety-jet backpack, after it nearly came loose from him in the middle of his spacewalk yesterday.

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Cat Lady's Body Found

Posted: 07/11/2006 - The remains of an 84-year-old woman have been found in a Delaware house that had been condemned because dozens of ill cats were living there. The remains of Mary Haas were found stuffed in a plastic box in her bedroom.

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CU Ethics

Posted: 07/11/2006 - An Oregon company called EthicsPoint will staff an ethics hot line being set up by the University of Colorado. School officials say the hot line gives employees a way to anonymously report suspected criminal incidents or suspected violations of school policy.

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DUI Crackdown

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Law enforcement agencies cracking down on drunken-driving arrested fewer motorists this Fourth of July weekend despite an extra day of patrols.

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Columbine Memorial Delayed

Posted: 07/11/2006 - Rains this weekend has delayed construction of the Columbine memorial for at least two weeks. Construction is expected to take four to six months after work begins sometime around July 24th.

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Academy Subpoena

Posted: 07/11/2006 - A military rape trial put on hold after a Colorado Springs therapist refused to turn over subpoenaed records of her counseling sessions with the accuser will continue this week.

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Special Session

Posted: 07/11/2006 - State lawmakers are heading home after wrapping up a special session on illegal immigration.

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Days of Nasty Weather

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Colorado Springs and Pueblo already have more rain in the first ten days of July than each city typically gets for the entire month. Residents say they’re ready for a break.

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Police Investigate Sexual Assault

Updated: 07/11/2006 - Police hope someone will recognize 2 people caught on camera leaving a Colorado Springs night club with a sexual assault victim. According to police, the victim left the Eden Nite Club at 1:37 a.m. on May 6 with a women wearing a sombrero and a man in a black leather jacket.

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Tornado Rips Through Pueblo County

Updated: 08/26/2006 - The worst of Sunday’s severe storms pounded Pueblo County...and in several spots a tornado caused serious damages.

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Ditch Playing In Ditches

Posted: 07/09/2006 - An autopsy is scheduled for Monday for the man found dead yesterday in Monument Creek.

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Flooding Destroys Three Homes in Douglas Country

Updated: 07/08/2006 - The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says up to two inches of rain fell overnight near the West Creek Subdivision, and a preliminary survey indicated three homes were lost.

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Boy Accidentally Hanged

Posted: 07/07/2006 - A 6-year-old boy is clinging to life after El Paso County Sheriffs officials say his father found him hanged in his bedroom closet Friday afternoon.

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Rain Won't Do Much For Drought

Updated: 07/07/2006 - The recent rain fall in El Paso County and other areas of southern Colorado will not have a major impact on drought conditions.

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Special Session Update

Posted: 07/07/2006 - Democrats introduced a new plan today that would bar state services to illegal immigrants after a proposal to put the question to voters fell apart.

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Plummer Road Rage

Posted: 07/07/2006 - Prosecutors are offering Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer a plea deal to settle an alleged case of road rage.

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Powell-Released from CO Hospital

Posted: 07/07/2006 - Former Secretary of State Colin Powell was briefly hospitalized in Aspen this morning after falling ill at a restaurant where he was dining with former President Clinton and others Aspen police Sergeant Bill Linn says he spoke with Powell while he was in the hospital under observation.

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Fire Bans Lifted

Posted: 07/07/2006 - After heavy rains this week, federal officials are lifting a fire ban on three million acres of land in southern Colorado, including the Pike-San Isabel National Forest.

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Clinton-Colorado

Posted: 07/07/2006 - Senator Hillary Clinton will be in Denver today and her campaign aides insist the main focus of her trip is to raise money for her New York Senate race.

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Columbine Evidence Made Public

Posted: 07/06/2006 - Nearly 1,000 pages of hand-written, hate-filled diary entries and documents from the columbine killers are now available to be viewed by the public.

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Surprise Guest

Posted: 07/06/2006 - You can imagine the surprise when Springs residents have a caiman alligator inside their home.

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Heavy Rains Close Highway 115

Updated: 07/06/2006 - It could take at least a week to repair a 40-foot section of state Highway 115, washed away by heavy rains in southern Colorado overnight.

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