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Old Trees to Fall

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Downtown Colorado Springs is about to lose some of its oldest residents. The city plans to cut down 100 to 200 diseased and dying trees.

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Cadet Court Martial

Updated: 07/13/2004 - An Air Force Academy cadet faced a court-martial Tuessday on charges of drug use.

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Trampoline Safety

Updated: 07/13/2004 - One Colorado Springs family learned that trampolines are a great source of summertime fun. But often, kids can get seriously hurt.

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Investigators Look at Class Ring for Clues

Updated: 07/13/2004 - El Paso County Sheriff's investigators hope some distinctive jewelry and a tattoo will help them identify a body found just outside the Fountain city limits.

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Governor Recalls Lawmakers

Updated: 07/13/2004 - The governor has asked Colorado lawmakers to return to the Capitol next month for a summit on the state's financial crisis.

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Amber Alert

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Authorities have cancelled an Amber Alert after an 11-year old Denver girl is found safe.

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Child Death Investigation

Updated: 07/12/2004 - The Arapahoe County coroner's determines a five year old Colorado Springs boy didn't die of external trauma. But, the question remains, how did the child die in his sleep Saturday night.

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Monument WalMart Controversy

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Another WalMart store may be on its way into Monument. But many residents are less than excited about the addition.

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Pueblo Meals on Wheels Cutting Back

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Seniors in Pueblo can no longer count on the Meals on Wheels program to deliver food to them on the weekends.

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Grand Theft Auto

Updated: 07/11/2004 - A wild police pursuit Sunday afternoon involving one of their own vehicles!

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Body Found

Updated: 07/11/2004 - El Paso County Sheriff's officers continue to investigate a body they found Sunday afternoon.

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Sudden Death

Updated: 07/11/2004 - A tragic discovery for a local family Sunday morning.

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Up and Up

Updated: 07/11/2004 - It appears you'll be digging a little deeper in your wallet once the weather gets cold.

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Father's Love

Updated: 07/10/2004 - A father's love. Gut-wrenching testimony by the father of a teenager charged with killing his own grandmother.

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Balancing the Books

Updated: 07/10/2004 - A proposal to balance the state's budget is getting some serious play in Denver.

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Is It Safe to Drink?

Updated: 07/10/2004 - Just when Pueblo residents thought it was safe to start drinking the water, it is.

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So Far, So Good... But...

Updated: 07/10/2004 - Hate the rain? So do the mosquitoes. Which may be the reason why the West Nile Virus hasn't spread so quickly so far this year.

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Grounded

Updated: 07/10/2004 - Mother Nature says "you're grounded" to 3 planes due to fly in Saturday's Air Show.

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Lightning Strike

Updated: 07/09/2004 - A 9-year-old boy struck by lightning during a softball game in Arvada is back home and thankful to be alive.

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Cotter Mill Application Denied

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Colorado state health officials have denied a request from the Cotter Uranium Mill near Canon City to accept radioactive soil from a New Jersey industrial complex.

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Investigation

Posted: 07/09/2004 - Englewood police say an apparent overnight shooting at a light-rail passengers was probably just a prank.

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Abandoned Baby Deaths

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Denver police are investigating the fourth abandoned baby death in two weeks. That has one Colorado Springs child care center seeking change.

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The Mice Move In!

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Mice can be a general nuisance and a genuine health risk, especially when they end up in your home. And for parts of Southern Colorado, this summer, residents are seeing more mice.

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