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Pueblo Standoff

Updated: 01/08/2005 - A standoff in Pueblo ends in gunfire. It happened Saturday morning near the intersection of Orman and Cleveland in the city’s Aberdeen neighborhood.

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"Religious" Colorado Springs?

Updated: 01/08/2005 - Despite long having a reputation as being a hotbed of Christian conservatism and "moral values," statistics seem to indicate Colorado Springs is surprisingly secular.

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Fort Carson Soldier Sentenced

Updated: 01/08/2005 - A military jury has sentenced a Fort Carson soldier to six months in prison for ordering soldiers to force Iraqis into the Tigris River at gunpoint.

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More Snow in the Mountains

Updated: 04/09/2005 - It's snowing hard this weekend in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado and parts of the central mountains as well.

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Updated: 01/07/2005 - A 14-pound pearl believed to be the largest in the world is at the center of a wrongful death lawsuit over the contract killing of a woman in 1975.

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Academy Policy Change

Updated: 01/07/2005 - An Air Force Academy policy change designed to encourage woman to report sexual assaults without fear of being punished has been stopped.

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Cadets to March in Inauguration Parade

Updated: 01/07/2005 - An Air Force Academy cadet squadron will march in President Bush's inauguration parade in Washington later this month.

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Air Force Investigation

Updated: 01/07/2005 - The former top military lawyer for the Air Force has been accused of inappropriate contact with female subordinates -- including kissing.

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Missing Teenager

Updated: 01/07/2005 - Missing Teen Found In Denver

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Amaya "Fooling" the System?

Updated: 01/06/2005 - A 34-year-old woman charged with drowning her two children may be fooling the justice system. That's the feeling of the grandmother of one of the children.

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Healthy Living? Try Colorado Springs!

Updated: 01/06/2005 - Colorado Springs and Denver are among the fittest cities in the nation, according to a leading men's magazine.

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D-20 to Skip NAEP Testing

Updated: 01/06/2005 - Academy School District 20 will give up more than $524,000 dollars in federal grant money because officials have refused to take part in a national testing program.

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Green Laser Lights

Updated: 01/06/2005 - As federal law enforcement agencies investigate a series of incidents involving laser beams and aircraft in Colorado Springs and elsewhere, pilots say they're being kept out of the loop.

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Delay in Court-Martial

Updated: 01/06/2005 - Closing arguments have been delayed in the court-martial of a Fort Carson soldier accused in the alleged drowning death of an Iraqi civilian last year.

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Sen. Campbell's Future

Updated: 01/06/2005 - Colorado's retired GOP senator plans to join a commercial law firm in Washington, D.C. following his 17 years as a lawmaker on Capitol Hill.

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Prison Gang Indictments

Updated: 01/05/2005 - Prosecutors have filed murder, assault and racketeering charges against a white supremacist prison gang called "Colorado's Aryan Brotherhood."

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Coloradan Still Missing After Tsunamis

Updated: 01/05/2005 - DU student Nicole Weissberg hasn't been heard from since an earthquake triggered the tsunamis December 26th. Her boyfriend still believes she is alive, even though he was unable to find her when he traveled to Thailand.

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Green Laser Incidents

Updated: 01/05/2005 - A lawyer for the New Jersey man accused of aiming a laser beam at an aircraft says her client was just "looking at stars." But investigators looking into reports of laser beams hitting cockpits in Colorado Springs and elsewhere say he's "foolhardy and negligent."

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Iraqi Abuse Court-Martial

Updated: 01/05/2005 - Military prosecutors in Fort Hood, Texas rested their case Wednesday in the court-martial of a Fort Carson soldier charged in connection with an alleged drowning in Iraq.

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Snowy Wednesday

Updated: 01/05/2005 - Commuters skidded to work on icy roads and dozens of schools closed for the day Wednesday as a powerful winter storm brought rain, snow and freezing wind to Colorado.

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Rodeo Hall of Fame Closing

Updated: 01/04/2005 - The ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs has officially closed -- while board members decide what to do with it.

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College Graduation Rates

Updated: 01/04/2005 - A new report card from the state says only about half of Colorado students who enroll in a four-year college go on to graduate. And just one in five who enter a community college go on to earn an associate's degree or certificate according to the review.

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Tsunami Aid

Updated: 01/04/2005 - One of the nationwide grocery chains mired in a tense contract dispute with unionized workers in Colorado is extending a hand of generosity -- to survivors, and to relatives of people killed in the tsunamis.

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Court Martial

Updated: 01/04/2005 - An Army investigator today testified government officials never saw the body of an Iraqi civilian who allegedly drowned in the Tigris River

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Deadly High School Stabbing

Updated: 01/04/2005 - A student is dead after being stabbed during a fight in a Denver Public Schools cafeteria.

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