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German Consulate Watching Lamberth Case

Updated: 03/28/2006 - Representatives from the German Consulate's office have met with Jereme Lamberth, the man accused of killing Colorado Springs Police Detective Jared Jensen.

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Colorado Springs Shooting

Updated: 03/29/2006 - An early morning shooting on the east side of Colorado Springs sends one man to the hospital.

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Jail Escapee Caught

Posted: 03/29/2006 - Authorities in Pueblo have caught the man who escaped from the Pueblo County Jail on Sunday.

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Greeting Card Graveyard

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Some were sent away for being too profane, others for making snide comments at inopportune times. Now the greeting cards that never made it to the stores hang solemnly on a wall at Hallmark Cards in Kansas City.

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Sniper Trial

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad wants to be his own lawyer at his upcoming trial in Maryland. He's asking a judge to let him represent himself in his trial for a string of six killings in 2002.

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Oregon Family Vanishes Again

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Two members of the family which was lost for two weeks in their snowbound RV have vanished again, with warrants out for their arrest.

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France Job Protests

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Workers across France are taking part in a nationwide strike against a new youth jobs law, causing flight cancellations and snarling commuter train traffic. Thousands are expected to take to the streets in about 200 protests throughout the country, or just stay home.

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Expensive Burger

Posted: 03/28/2006 - This fast food bill was a real whopper. A man was charged more than $4300 after placing his food order at a Burger King in California last week.

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Rocky Flats Museum

Posted: 03/28/2006 - A rancher and developer is donating 1.4 acres near the former Rocky Flats plant for the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum. Museum board member Charles Church McKay recently donated the land, which is located between Golden and Boulder east of Colorado 93.

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Accused Cop Killer Is a German Citizen

Posted: 03/28/2006 - The attorney of a man accused of fatally shooting a police officer says his client met with a member of the German consulate office. Defense attorney Bill Martinez says the office is taking an interest in the case because Jereme Lamberth, who has also used the last name Schweinhardt, is a German citizen.

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Loneliness and Blood Pressure Link

Posted: 03/28/2006 - Added to things like heredity and diet, loneliness might contribute to high blood pressure in people over 50.

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Accused Cop Killer Back In Court

Posted: 03/27/2006 - Accused cop killer Jereme Lamberth was back in court Monday afternoon. He faces first degree murder for allegedly gunning down Detective Jared Jensen on February 22nd.

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A Special Trip to Wheel of Fortune

Posted: 03/27/2006 - Wheel of Fortune is one Southern Colorado girl's favorite half-hour of TV. Meagan Reid has severe disabilities, but she keeps clapping as the wheel keeps spinning.

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Water Restrictions May Be Lifted

Posted: 03/27/2006 - Colorado Springs Utilities says they probably won't recommend water restrictions this year.

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Rollover Heros

Updated: 03/27/2006 - Several good Samaritans jumped into action today when a car went out of control today just east of Powers. It happened about 8:30 this morning. State Troopers say the crash sent the car flying.

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More Pain at the Pump

Posted: 03/27/2006 - More pain at the pump. The Lundberg Survey says retail gas prices across the country climbed an average of nearly 15 cents in the past two weeks.

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Pastor Slain

Posted: 03/27/2006 - The preacher's wife accused of killing her husband is scheduled for an initial court appearance today in Tennessee. A friend says Mary Winkler told her she is "sorry for everything she had done." Pam Killingsworth says Winkler never said why her husband was shot.

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Moussaoui Case

Posted: 03/27/2006 - Zacarias Moussaoui could testify soon at his sentencing trial being held near Washington. The only man charged in the U.S. for the 9-11 attacks has reaffirmed he still intends to tell his story in his own words.

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Fitness and Cancer

Posted: 03/27/2006 - A new study suggests that weightlifting may improve breast cancer survivors' outlook on life.

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Biotech Bacon- Could it be True?

Posted: 03/27/2006 - Is it the key to heart-friendly bacon? Geneticists have mixed DNA from a microscopic worm and pigs to produce swine with significant amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, the kind believed to stave off heart disease.

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Fort Carson DUI Rates

Updated: 03/27/2006 - The average monthly number of drunken driving arrests at Fort Carson is higher than Army posts with more soldiers.

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TIVO Patent

Posted: 03/27/2006 - A court case beginning this week in Texas will pit TiVo against Englewood, Colorado-based satellite-TV giant EchoStar Communications.

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