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Air Tanker Training

Posted: 04/27/2006 - Military pilots training or renewing their certification to fly firefighting missions in C-130 planes will practice over federal forest lands in Wyoming and Colorado next month.

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Captain Ian Weikel Remembered

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Captain Ian Weikel died April 18 in Iraq. Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday to celebrate his life.

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Reports of Flasher in Northern Springs

Updated: 04/26/2006 - Colorado Spring police issue a community alert, after reports of a man exposing himself, and making sexually explicit gestures to at least two children on their way to school this morning.

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Train Crash Charges

Posted: 04/26/2006 - A Texas teenager who lost his mother and two siblings in a deadly crash almost two weeks ago has been charged in connection with that accident.

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School Bus Crashes into House

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Authorities at say 17 people are being transported to area hospitals after a Denver school bus carrying 24 middle school students crashed into a house this afternoon.

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Tardiness Study

Posted: 04/26/2006 - A new survey by CareerBuilder.com finds that as many as 13 percent of American workers show up late at least once a week and that 25 percent are tardy at least once a month.

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Uninsured Americans

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Some working age Americans may be losing touch with health insurance.

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White House-Snow

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Republican officials say Fox News commentator Tony Snow will be named White House press secretary today.

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Remembering Chernobyl

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Ukraine's parliament has opened a special session dedicated to the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear plant 20 years ago today. Hundreds of people are gathered in Chernobyl. They're about ten miles from the plant where Reactor Number Four exploded in the pre-dawn hours of April 26, 1986.

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Another Explosion-Egypt

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Two suicide bombers have blown themselves up just outside a multi-national peacekeeping base in Egypt's Sinai peninsula.

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Mountain Lion Attack

Posted: 04/26/2006 - The Colorado Division of Wildlife says a necropsy on a mountain lion doesn't prove whether it was the animal that attacked a seven year old boy near Boulder, but officials remain confident they killed the right animal.

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Bike Tours

Posted: 04/26/2006 - The Colorado State Patrol won't cap the number of riders in bicycling events and races in the state at 2,500.

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Police Body Armor

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Pueblo officials say the city will be reimbursed $100,000 for faulty body armor it bought for police officers.

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Flight Diverted Court

Posted: 04/26/2006 - An arrest affidavit says a 36 year old man who allegedly tried to open an emergency door during a United Airlines flight between Chicago and Sacramento, California, told passengers he had a phone inside of him that was a bomb ready to explode.

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Parking Meter Rates On The Rise?

Posted: 04/25/2006 - It's time for change... Parking change. Tuesday, the City Parking Administration and Downtown Partnership outlined their proposal to increase parking fees to Colorado Springs City Council members.

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Patching Up City Potholes

Updated: 04/25/2006 - Many of us drivers get irritated with one thing on the roads: potholes, but the city is trying to change that during a week-long “Operation Pothole”.

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Iran-Nuclear

Posted: 04/25/2006 - The tension over Iran's nuclear ambitions isn't easing. Tehran's top nuclear negotiator says his country will halt all cooperation with the UN nuclear watchdog if the Security Council imposes sanctions.

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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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