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Offering a Helping Paw

Updated: 05/18/2004 - A Florence police officer, shot and paralyzed in the line of duty, gets special gift from an inmate. The man, serving life in prison, spent six months to specially train a service dog for him.

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Dog Bite Insurance

Updated: 05/18/2004 - This week is national dog bite prevention week, and a recent report shows, dog attacks are on the rise in Colorado Springs.

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C.U. Commission Report

Updated: 05/18/2004 - According to the findings of an independent investigative panel, University of Colorado football players did use alcohol and sex to lure recruits. But, the report also says, while the school did not encourage the behavior, it also didn't do much to stop it.

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Hate Groups in Colorado

Updated: 05/18/2004 - A new report concludes seven hate groups were active in Colorado last year. They are believed to be responsible for at least 21 incidents.

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A Soldier's Diary: SSG Edward Bowers

Posted: 05/17/2004 - Staff Sergeant Edward Bowers says he could easily tell which Iraqis wanted American soldiers there, and which did not. Nora Seibert has another chapter in our series of special reports, A Soldier's Diary.

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More Spring Storms

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Rain showers and even some severe weather hit parts of Southern Colorado Monday afternoon.

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Arson Investigation

Updated: 05/17/2004 - A fire destroys thousands of dollars worth of traffic signals in Pueblo and investigators say it was arson.

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C.U. Panel Final Report

Colorado Buffaloes

Updated: 05/17/2004 - As the independent panel investigating the football recruiting scandal at the University of Colorado hands its final report over to the board of regents, the mothers of three players are asking Governor Owens to apologize for a comment he made during a television news interview.

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Denver Girder Collapse

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Investigators looking into this weekend's bridge collapse say they received warning a girder was shifting about an hour before the accident that killed three people.

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No Fast Food Lawsuits

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Governor Owens signs legislation making it illegal for people to sue fast food companies for weight gain or other afflictions.

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Midday News Update

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Here are the top news headlines in Colorado for Monday, May 17, 2004.

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Bridge Collapse Aftermath

Updated: 05/17/2004 - National Transportation Safety Board investigators met Sunday with Jefferson County officials.

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Report Due

Updated: 05/17/2004 - The panel formed to investigate the University of Colorado's recruiting scandal will hand over its findings Monday.

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Academy Cheating

Updated: 05/17/2004 - The Superintendent of the Air Force Academy, Lieutenant General John Rosa, says better precautions should have been taken to prevent cheating.

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First Words

Updated: 05/17/2004 - The parents of Columbine shooter Dylan Klebold speak out in public for the first time since the 1999 massacre.

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Thanks, Teach

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Just about everyone has a favorite teacher, the one who inspired each of us early in life.

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Bridge Collapse

Road Closed

Updated: 05/15/2004 - Three people are dead after a portion of a bridge over Interstate 70 collapses.

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Homicide

Updated: 05/15/2004 - Colorado Springs Police investigate the city's 8th homicide of the year.

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Academy Attitude Adjustment

Updated: 05/15/2004 - A top leader at the Air Force Academy says it could take 8 to 10 years to change negative attitudes surrounding the Academy's sexual assault scandal.

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Greece or Bust

Updated: 05/15/2004 - U.S. Olympic teams will pack their bags for Greece this summer.

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Medicine Mix-Up

Updated: 05/15/2004 - A warning for parents who have recently given their kids cold medicine.

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Cold Case: Detective Sergeant Donald Laabs

Posted: 05/14/2004 - In the history of the Manitou Springs Police Department, only one officer has been killed in the line of duty---Detective Sergeant Donald Laabs. And to this day, his murder remains unsolved.

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Catholic Church Beliefs vs. Politics

Updated: 05/14/2004 - Colorado Springs Diocese Bishop MIchael Sheridan says Catholics who vote for politicians with certain beliefs should not receive communion until they recant. Read his entire statement here.

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Buzz Off Clothing

Updated: 05/14/2004 - There's a new way to get rid of those pesky mosquitoes.

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