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Water Rescues

Updated: 06/21/2005 - A wild afternoon of severe weather made roadways dangerous in Colorado Springs. Flash flooding stranded dozens of drivers and pushed rescue crews into action.

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AFA Religion Report Due Wednesday

Updated: 06/21/2005 - The Pentagon says it'll release tomorrow in Washington the results of its investigation into allegations of religious intolerance at the Air Force Academy.

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Massive Rock Slide

Updated: 06/21/2005 - A 200-ton rock slide spilled onto a mountain highway near Golden Tuesday afternoon, injuring a truck driver and closing the roadway.

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Air Force Academy Criticism Defeated in Congress

Updated: 06/20/2005 - After a heated debate Monday, members of Congress rejected a Democratic measure condemning the Air Force Academy for allowing religious proselytizing at the school.

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Heat Wave Causing Problems

Updated: 06/20/2005 - Despite some evening thunderstorms, a weeklong heat wave is threatening to increase the risk of wildfire danger across Colorado.

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New Strategy

Updated: 06/20/2005 - There's been a change in the legal strategy of the rape counselor who's refusing to hand over records to a military court.

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New Forest Fire Research Center

Updated: 06/19/2005 - A new regional forest fire research center at Colorado State University will study how to restore forests after wildfires.

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Fatal Rafting Accident

Updated: 06/19/2005 - Two men who died on a commercial rafting trip on the upper Animas River have been identified as a guide from Durango and a tourist from Texas.

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Garden of the Gods Improvements

Updated: 06/19/2005 - The nonprofit Rocky Mountain Field Institute is hoping to raise money for work needed at the Garden of the Gods.

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Air Force Academy Superintendent Leaving

Updated: 06/19/2005 - Air Force Academy Superintendent John Rosa is resigning to become the president of his alma mater, The Citadel in South Carolina.

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Chemical Depot Spending Cap

Updated: 06/18/2005 - U-S senators from Colorado and Kentucky are asking defense officials to remove what they say are unreasonable spending caps for projects to destroy chemical weapons.

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Attempted Kidnapping

Updated: 06/18/2005 - Colorado Springs Police are investigating an attempted kidnapping.

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Digging A Grave

Updated: 06/17/2005 - Investigators are trying to figure out what led to a bizarre incident in Pueblo.

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Marijuana Use in Boulder

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Boulder and Boston lead the nation in marijuana use according to a government study released today.

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Bier Appeal Denied

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Lawyers for a rape counselor at odds with the Air Force say they're ready to take her case to the Supreme Court.

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Contractor Speaks Out

Updated: 06/16/2005 - A military contractor from Colorado Springs held captive by US forces in Iraq is speaking out.

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New Roads

Updated: 06/16/2005 - The state is promising to build one billion dollars worth of roads if voters allow the government to keep more money this fall.

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Bier Case

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Lawyers for the Air Force today asked Denver's federal appeals court to stay out of the case of a counselor who's refusing to turn over the records of an alleged rape victim.

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Highway Funding

Updated: 06/15/2005 - The state is promising to build one billion dollars worth of roads if voters allow the government to keep more money this fall.

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AFA Religion Report

Updated: 06/15/2005 - A report on allegations of religious intolerance at the Air Force Academy is expected to be released next week.

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Oldest Person in Colorado Dies at 111

Updated: 06/15/2005 - People who knew Mamie Ann Legg say they'll remember her as someone who loved to share, not only stories and songs, but also her secret to a long life.

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CSU Board Approves Tuition Hike

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Colorado State University students had better brace for a tuition hike. The school's governing board approved a tuition increase of 15 percent Wednesday for most in-state students, and six percent for out-of-state scholars.

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Homicide

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Colorado Springs police are investigating what they say is an early morning homicide.

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