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Spanking Trial

Posted: 05/02/2006 - A former saleswoman who won a 1.7 million-dollar sexual harassment verdict after being spanked by co-workers is making a TV tour about her case.

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Medical Fat

Posted: 05/02/2006 - Researchers say manipulating an enzyme in the body may someday help people to lose weight.

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Prison Hostage

Posted: 05/02/2006 - A hostage situation at the Arizona State Prison Complex-Tucson has ended peacefully. A male inmate held a female corrections officer hostage in his cell for some six hours before finally surrendering.

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Ambulance Crash

Updated: 05/02/2006 - Boulder authorities say a woman is dead after the car she was driving collided with an ambulance that was responding to a call last night.

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Ebersol Crash

Posted: 05/02/2006 - The National Transportation Safety Board is expected to meet in Washington this morning to consider investigators' findings on the 2004 crash of a charter jet in Colorado that killed the 14 year old son of NBC Sports executive Dick Ebersol.

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Loveland Pass Rollover

Posted: 05/02/2006 - Investigators with the Environmental Protection Agency say a rollover crash near Arapahoe Basin last week that led to a chemical spill won't cause any long-term harm.

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Local Boy Commended As Hero

Posted: 05/01/2006 - It takes great strength and courage to be a hero and one local boy is awarded for just that.

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Thousands Rally in Colorado Springs

Updated: 05/01/2006 - Police estimate about 4,000 people packed into Memorial Park on Monday to rally for immigration rights. It lasted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Male Birth Control Pill

Updated: 05/01/2006 - A birth control pill for men may become a commercial reality within the next few years. And now, experts say that they will not only be effective but reversible.

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Keith Richards Falls Out of a Tree

Posted: 05/01/2006 - Keith Richards is still in a hospital in New Zealand after he fell out of a tree and later got into a jet ski accident.

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Diet Activity Policy

Posted: 05/01/2006 - The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging doctors and parents to take a more active role in fighting childhood obesity.

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Sniper Trial

Posted: 05/01/2006 - Another trial in the 2002 Washington-area sniper shootings is about to start. Jury selection begins Monday in the Maryland trial of convicted sniper John Allen Muhammad.

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Flu Spray

Posted: 05/01/2006 - A new study suggests babies and young kids get significantly more protection from the spray version of the flu vaccine than from shots.

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Cemetery Death

Posted: 05/01/2006 - A 76 year old woman who drove to a cemetery to visit her husband's grave has been killed by her own car.

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Dead Teenager

Posted: 05/01/2006 - Aurora police are investigating the death of a 16 year old boy who was found dead at a friend's apartment yesterday morning after being dropped off by another friend the night before.

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Street Racing Crash

Posted: 05/01/2006 - Grief counselors will be available at Montbello High School today -- days after a 15 year old student there died in what authorities believe was a street-racing crash in Aurora.

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Riverside Cemetery

Posted: 05/01/2006 - Denver's Riverside Cemetery is getting a makeover after 130 years in existence.

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Wolf Creek

Posted: 05/01/2006 - The Forest Service is giving the public until May 15th to comment on plans to replace a lift and add a building at Wolf Creek Ski Area.

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Immigration Rallies in CO

Updated: 05/01/2006 - A rally to support immigrants' rights in downtown Denver is expected to clog streets and may draw at least as many people who attended a march on March 25th.

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Smoking Ban Heats Up

Updated: 05/01/2006 - The state-wide smoking ban heats up just as the law is about to take affect in two months.

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Military Spouses

Posted: 04/30/2006 - A federal program that helps military spouses in Colorado and other states with job training, placement, tuition and child care is in jeopardy.

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High Angle Rescue

Updated: 04/30/2006 - A daring high-angle rescue in Cheyenne Canyon. Officers from the Colorado Springs fire department rappelled over the rocks to help a stranded man down.

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A Day Without An Immigrant

Updated: 04/30/2006 - A day without an Immigrant. Thats the theme for tomorrow's anti-immigration bill rallies across the United States. Immigration organizations are encouraging Immigrants to leave work and boycott all American businesses to prove that Immigrants contribute a lot to the economy.

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CADETS COMPLETE PINNACLE

Updated: 04/29/2006 - Air Force Cadets are one step closer to moving up in the ranks following the conclusion of Pinnacle-- the Academy's Spring training event. Saturday featured Panicle's Line Challenge, which many Cadets consider the most challenging part of the week long event.

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Bear Attacks Man After He Leaves Outhouse

Posted: 04/29/2006 - A 29-year-old man who suffered bruises and possible nerve damage to his neck and shoulder after a bear swatted him says that's the hardest he's ever been hit.

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