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Fallen Officer's Funeral

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A fellow Denver police officer choked back tears while reading a Bible passage Friday morning, during the funeral service for fallen Detective Donald Young.

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BRAC List Out

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Colorado could gain thousands of military personnel under a Pentagon plan to close bases and overhaul others across the country.

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BRAC Brings Gains For Co. Springs

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Fort Carson will be growing, as will Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases if the Pentagon's BRAC list goes through.

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Good News For United

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Things are looking up for United Airlines -- just days after it reported a huge first-quarter loss, and angered current and former employees by cutting pensions.

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Service Set For Slain Officer

Updated: 05/13/2005 - More than three-thousand people are expected to attend the funeral today for a Denver police detective who was killed over the weekend

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AFA Chaplain Claims She Was Fired

Updated: 05/13/2005 - An Air Force Academy chaplain says she has been fired for speaking up about claims of religious intolerance at the school.

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Train Derailment

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A freight train has derailed near Pueblo. No one is injured, but the clean-up could cause traffic headaches.

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Buffalo Escape Investigation

Updated: 05/11/2005 - The city manager of Colorado Springs has ordered an investigation into the police shooting of five buffalo.

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Pueblo Chemical Depot Funds

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Congress is pushing the Department of Defense to spend money previously set aside for cleaning up chemical weapon stockpiles in Colorado and Kentucky.

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Plane that Caused Evacuation Headed to Air Show

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Relatives and friends of the two men whose plane apparently caused Wednesday's evacuation in Washington say the plane was on its way to an air show in North Carolina.

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Washington D.C. Security Scare

Updated: 05/11/2005 - Military jets fired warning flares, people ran from federal buildings and the White House hit code red --- its highest alert level. Guards shouted, "This is not a drill!"

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Bankruptcy Filings Surge

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Colorado bankruptcy attorneys are seeing a surge in business. They say it's because of legislation passed by Congress recently that will soon make it harder for individuals to wipe their debts clean.

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Sheriff Recall Effort

Updated: 05/10/2005 - Efforts are underway in Crowley County to recall the sheriff, who was acquitted recently on charges stemming from a chemical spill during a drug raid.

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United Airlines Pensions

Updated: 05/10/2005 - A federal bankruptcy judge in Chicago has approved United Airlines' plan to terminate its employees' pension plans -- clearing the way for the largest corporate-pension default in American history.

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Second Star at AFA

Updated: 05/10/2005 - The Pentagon says it wants to promote one of the top commanders at the Air Force Academy.

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Sorority Rush at CU

Updated: 05/09/2005 - The University of Colorado-Boulder has reached a stand-off with its fraternities.

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Cheney in Denver

Updated: 05/09/2005 - Vice President Dick Cheney is in downtown Denver this afternoon, as he visits Colorado for the first time since he and President Bush won a second term in office.

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Bison Killed

Updated: 05/10/2005 - They weren't home on the range, but five buffaloes got to roam -- briefly -- today after escaping from a meatpacking plant.

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Legislative Session Ends

Updated: 05/09/2005 - Colorado lawmakers have killed several contentious measures as they hurried this evening to finish their session two days early.

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Dropping a Dragnet on Street Racers

Updated: 05/07/2005 - They've reached speeds of more than 80 miles per hour, and it's happening on main drags in colorado springs, like Academy and Powers. Police say street racing is growing.

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CSAP Testing Error

Updated: 05/07/2005 - Parents and teachers are still fuming over a decision to throw out hundreds of CSAP test results from schools in colorado springs. They say the system is too strict, and is unfairly punishing students.

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