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West Nile Virus Hits El Paso County

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Updated: 07/21/2004 - Health officials in El Paso County have confirmed their first human case of West Nile virus this year.

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Double Shooting

Updated: 07/21/2004 - A Colorado Springs man calls police, saying he came home to find his roomates, a mother and young daughter, shot to death. Now, Colorado Springs Police are investigating the shootings as suspicious.

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Olympic Security

Updated: 07/21/2004 - Greek law enforcement authorities say foreign leaders and dignitaries attending the upcoming Olympic games can bring their own armed guards.

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Prison Riot in Crowley County

Updated: 07/21/2004 - Prison officials fight to end a riot at the Crowley County Correctional Facility for several hours, after hundreds of inmates began fighting and lighting fires Tuesday night.

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Hispanic Newspaper

Updated: 07/20/2004 - The publisher of The Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News is considering a weekly publication aimed at Hispanics.

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Ft. Carson Baby Boom

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Thousands of Fort Carson soldiers have returned home from Iraq since February.

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Fire Investigation

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Colorado Republican Senator Wayne Allard has asked federal authorities to investigate three suspicious fires that have broken out in Greeley within the past week.

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President Clinton Visit

Updated: 07/20/2004 - People stood in line for hours, and some even flew in from out of state, for the chance to see former President Clinton in person.

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Fountain Murder Investigated

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Police in Texas think the body of a woman found near Fountain last week could be the latest victim in a string of truck stop murders happening all over the country. Now investigators want to talk to George Hammond, Jr. about the case.

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Phony Checks Circulated

Updated: 07/19/2004 - Pueblo Police officers are on the lookout for fake payroll checks that look like they’re from Pueblo Community College.

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Rain Washes Out West Nile Virus Attack

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Measures taken to reduce the risk of West Nile virus will now have to be "redone," after last week's heavy rainfall.

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Trouble for Democratic Candidate's Brother

Updated: 07/20/2004 - A Colorado judge has ordered the younger brother of Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards to stand trial Nov. 29 on multiple counts listed in a 10-year-old warrant.

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Bryant Pre-Trial Hearing

Updated: 07/19/2004 - NBA star Kobe Bryant was back in an Eagle County courtroom Monday to wrap up some final issues before his criminal trial begins next month. That includes whether court documents should be posted on the Internet, and if cameras should be allowed in the room during the trial.

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Unions & Divisions

Updated: 07/19/2004 - Even though Colorado isn't recognizing gay marriages legally, many same-sex couples are still being united.

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Decisions, Decisions

Updated: 07/18/2004 - The trial of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant* continues Monday and several key issues are at stake.

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EMT Oversight

Updated: 07/18/2004 - The head of Colorado's health department says he wants sweeping changes in the state's ability to oversee emergency medical technicians.

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State of Emergency

Updated: 07/18/2004 - Teller County remains in a state of emergency Sunday night after Friday's flooding.

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Blazing Trails

Updated: 07/18/2004 - You can hike to the top of Pikes Peak but how about all the way around it?

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State of Emergency

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Heavy raining the past 24 hours are causing serious damage. Teller County has declared a state of emergency because of all the flooding.

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Back Home

Updated: 07/17/2004 - The four-year-old boy hit and dragged by a car in Colorado Springs is now home.

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Crackdown

Updated: 07/17/2004 - It’s a busy times for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency this Olympic year.

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Starting Point

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Democratic White House contender John Kerry will start off his cross-country bus trip soon, and his first stop is right here in Colorado.

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Wanted

Updated: 07/17/2004 - Vice-Presidential candidate John Edward's younger brother is wanted in Colorado for a drunk-driving case.

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Charges Dropped

Updated: 07/16/2004 - The Army has closed the punitive case against a Fort Carson soldier once charged with cowardice.

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