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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Updated: 12/08/2003 - Survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack watched World War II era planes fly over in the annual memorial ceremony at the Air Force Academy cemetery.

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Flu Victim Comes Home

Updated: 12/08/2003 - One of the smallest victims of the flu, 20-month old Dezmond Huckabay, died Wednesday. His twin brother, Diego, was also infected and was very ill ... spending several days at Denver's Children's Hospital. Yesterday, little Diego came home.

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Bittersweet Homecoming

Updated: 12/08/2003 - Instead of a happy homecoming, Alvin Beaumont came home to mourn the death of his son, Jeremy.

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Superintendent Investigation

Updated: 12/08/2003 - The superintendent of School District 60 in Pueblo faces accusations she misused tax dollars.

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Road Problems

Updated: 12/08/2003 - It's not just drivers who are frustrated about construction on one of the state's busiest highways.

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Festival of Lights

Updated: 12/06/2003 - The 19th annual Festival of Lights Parade marched through downtown Colorado Springs.

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Cadet Testimonies

Updated: 12/06/2003 - Cadets who have been victims of sexual assault at the Air Force Academy will testify before the U.S. Senate.

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Dog Attack Laws

Updated: 12/06/2003 - State lawmakers are trying to change a law that protects the owners of dogs that bite people after a woman was mauled to death by 3 pitbulls last weekend in Elbert County.

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Fort Carson Renovations

Updated: 12/06/2003 - New family housing at Fort Carson will soon be built and some renovated thanks to the hiring of a new contractor.

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Bad Fairy Tales

Updated: 12/06/2003 - Mirror, mirror, on the wall ... Who's the fairest of them all? Depends on who you ask according to a new study.

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United Airlines Settlement

Updated: 12/05/2003 - The government says it has reached an agreement with United Airlines over it's treatment of passengers with disabilities.

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Dogs Not Rabid

Updated: 12/05/2003 - Officials say three pit bulls that killed a woman last weekend in Elbert County did not have rabies.

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Child Death

Updated: 12/05/2003 - Another southern Colorado child has died, and health officials say they suspect the flu.

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Flu Epidemic

Updated: 12/05/2003 - Because of the severity of this year's flu epidemic, vaccine is in short supply. Now, health officials are looking to target people at high risk for fatality from the virus.

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Grand Prix Future

Updated: 12/05/2003 - Denver's Annual Grand Prix race may have run its final lap, thanks to financial problems involving the event's owner.

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Dog Mauling

Updated: 12/05/2003 - The attorney for a woman whose pit bulls killed a woman last weekend says they're not the same dogs that attacked another woman.

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Airport Expansion

Updated: 12/05/2003 - It could cost as much as $77.3 million to expand the state's largest airport for a Denver-based carrier.

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Discrimination Lawsuit

Updated: 12/05/2003 - A lawsuit that accused the U.S. Postal Service of discriminating against injured workers has been settled for millions of dollars.

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Two More Flu Deaths

Updated: 12/04/2003 - The State Health Department believes a student at Emerson-Edison School in Colorado Springs and a child in Pueblo are the state's latest flu victims.

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"Texas Seven" Suspects Speak

Updated: 12/03/2003 - The daring escape from a Texas prison three years ago was worth it, two of the "Texas Seven" fugitives say.

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President Signs Forest Legislation

Updated: 12/03/2003 - The Healthy Forest Restoration Act clears the way for removal of timber that could fuel forest fires.

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Flu Epidemic

Updated: 12/04/2003 - To handle the volume of calls coming in to the El Paso County Health Department, there are now two hotlines set up to provide information about flu clinics.

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School Vouchers "Unconstitutional"

Updated: 12/04/2003 - A judge has ruled Colorado's fledgling school voucher law unconstitutional, saying it illegally removes local control over education.

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2003 School Ratings

Updated: 12/04/2003 - Overall, Colorado's schools show great improvement, based on last year's CSAP test scores. In Harrison District 2, the scores are reason to be extremely happy.

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Flu Deaths

Posted: 12/02/2003 - The state health department says a total of five children have now died of the flu.

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