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Humpty Dumpty Statue Stolen

Updated: 07/22/2003 - A recent addition to the "Art on the Streets" program disappears, and now police need your help in finding it.

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Rampart Reservoir "Looks" Full

Water Restrictions

Posted: 07/21/2003 - Looks may be deceiving, according to Colorado Springs Utilities. We're still in the middle of a tough drought, even though one local water storage facility is nearly full to capacity.

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Police Officer Wanted

Updated: 07/20/2003 - A Denver police officer involved in the deadly shooting of a mentally disabled 15 year old boy, is wanted in another state.

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Xeriscaping on a Budget

Water Conservation

Updated: 07/20/2003 - With Colorado's drought making conservation a top priority, Xeriscaping is becoming a more popular war to garden.

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Missing Amonium Nitrate

Updated: 07/20/2003 - Federal officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are still trying to determine what happened to nearly 1,100 pounds of amonium nitrate in two states, including Colorado.

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Mesa Verde Reopening

Updated: 07/20/2003 - Visitors will be able to return to Mesa Verde National Park Monday, as fire crews continue working to put out several fires burning there.

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Pueblo Sobriety Checkpoint

Drinking and Driving

Updated: 07/19/2003 - The second of three sobriety checkpoints this summer was conducted in Pueblo Friday night.

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Homicide Suspect

Updated: 07/19/2003 - Colorado Springs Police have a suspect in the city's latest homicide.

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Deputies Shoot Suspects

Updated: 07/19/2003 - For the first time in several years, El Paso County Sheriff's deputies are forced to shoot two suspects.

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Deadly Fire Ruled Arson

Updated: 07/18/2003 - A house fire that killed three small Colorado Springs childen is now being ruled arson.

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Ammonium Nitrate

Updated: 07/18/2003 - More than 1,100 pounds of ammonium nitrate have been stolen from Colorado and California in the past few days.

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Wildfire Hurts Tourism

Updated: 07/18/2003 - A wildfire in southwestern Colorado is causing fears of a shortened tourist season.

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Stolen Amonium Nitrate

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Law enforcement agencies across the country are on alert for the potential of more amonium nitrate burglaries.

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Decision on Friday

Kobe Bryant

Updated: 07/17/2003 - The Eagle County district attorney in Colorado says he will announce tomorrow whether charges will be filed against Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant.

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Gov. Owens Mother Dies

Updated: 07/17/2003 - June Keefe Owens, the mother of Governor Bill Owens, has died after suffering a stroke. She was 86.

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Bear Attack Update

Updated: 07/17/2003 - Rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park have closed more areas to visitors as they search for a black bear that attacked two campers.

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Pacifier Scare

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A Peyton family had a real scare when little Dawson started choking on an Evenflo pacifier. Now the Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating.

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Seniors: Safe to Drive?

Updated: 07/17/2003 - A deadly accident in California this week raises questions about the safety of seniors who get behind the wheel. In this special report, we look at this difficult decision for older drivers---is there an age when you're simply "too old to drive?"

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Health Watch: Hip Pain

Updated: 03/08/2007 - A new technique could help people who suffer from hip pain.

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Body Found

Updated: 07/16/2003 - A decomposing body is found in the crawl space of a vacant Colorado Springs home.

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Wildfire Fears

Updated: 07/16/2003 - Small fire near Monument quickly knocked down, but worries many people.

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