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Hoffman Under Fire

Colorado Buffaloes

Updated: 06/15/2004 - University of Colorado president, Elizabeth Hoffman is under fire for saying a word normally considered insulting, can be used as a term of endearment.

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Helen Hunt Elementary Fire

Updated: 06/17/2004 - A fire breaks out at a Colorado Springs elementary school, but the fire is not all firefighters had to contend with.

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Planes in Flight

Updated: 06/15/2004 - The Air Force Academy resumes flights, after having many of its aircraft grounded over safety concerns more than two months ago.

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Wal-Mart Shooter Caught

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Police in Oklahoma arrest a man wanted in the fatal shooting of a Colorado Springs teen during a confrontation in a Wal-Mart store.

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New U.S.O.C. Board

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Former baseball commissioner and California gubernatorial candidate Peter Ueberroth has been appointed chairman of the U-S Olympic Committee's new board of directors.

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Costly Leak at the Air Force Academy

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Colorado is facing another summer of drought, and residents are forced to water their lawns under tight watering restrictions. But, one place in Colorado Springs is wasting as much as 16,000 gallons a day.

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Rising Dairy Prices= Rising Bagel Prices

Posted: 06/14/2004 - As the price of dairy products continues to rise, so too does the price of foods containing such products, including your morning bagel.

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England Article 32 Hearing

Updated: 06/14/2004 - A military court hearing begins June 22nd for an Army private accused of abusing prisoners in Iraq.

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Arson?

Updated: 06/13/2004 - The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is trying to determine what happened in an early morning fire that destroyed part of a home.

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Wanted

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Police are still looking for the man who shot and killed a teen at a Wal-Mart store early Saturday morning.

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Salvation Army Sex Assault

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Testimony began from a 16-year-old boy accusing a Salvation Army employee of molestation.

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Crash Victim

Updated: 06/13/2004 - The pilot killed in Saturday's plane crash at Pueblo Memorial Airport has been identified.

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Supporting Stem Cell Research

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Three Colorado government leaders are lending their names in support of federal funding for stem cell research.

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In-Store Shooting

Updated: 06/13/2004 - An early morning shooting inside a Wal-Mart leaves one teenager dead, and police are looking for the shooter.

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Plane Crash

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Federal Aviation Administration investigators are looking into a plane crash that killed one man Saturday morning.

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Equal Opportunity

Updated: 06/13/2004 - The newest freshman class at the Air Force Academy may be the most diverse in the school's history.

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A Church Divided

Updated: 06/13/2004 - U.S. Catholic bishops will meet Monday in Englewood to discuss several issues plaguing the Church.

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Spanning 75 Years

Updated: 06/13/2004 - For 75 years, it's stretched high above and across the Arkansas River, the Royal Gorge in Canon City.

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Memories of President Reagan

Updated: 06/11/2004 - A Colorado Springs man has some interesting memories of President Ronald Reagan. While in the Marines, Kevin Patterson worked in the White House as a social aide.

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A Final Farewell to President Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Former President Ronald Reagan was honored on Friday with a state funeral at the National Cathedral. The ceremony was a dignified salute to a beloved leader, known as "The Great Communicator."

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Grand Jury Hears Testimony

Updated: 06/11/2004 - A grand jury looking into the University of Colorado's recruiting scandal heard from an aide who is accused of giving $2,000 to an escort service. But he claims the money wasn't used to buy sex for football recruits.

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Guilty Verdict in Murder Case

Updated: 06/11/2004 - After deliberating for 7 hours, a jury finds Daniel Self guilty of murdering Leah Gee. The pregnant woman's family says she was trying to turn her life around after battling drug abuse.

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West Nile Virus Detected

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Colorado health officials have confirmed the first two human cases of West Nile Virus this season.

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