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Cigarette Tax

Updated: 09/12/2004 - Backers of a measure to raise the state's cigarette tax say they've received nearly $1.5 million in contributions.

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Hot Wheels

Updated: 09/12/2004 - Sales of new vehicles are expected to decline about 2 percent this year in Colorado but one segment of the market is hot.

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Trickle Down

Updated: 09/12/2004 - Next time you try to fill up, you won't need as many pennies.

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Fatal Fire

Updated: 09/11/2004 - A fire at the Lynmar Apartments in Colorado Springs kills an elderly woman.

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Domestic Violence

Updated: 09/11/2004 - A veteran deputy with Pueblo County Sheriffs is arrested and charged with domestic violence.

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Children Found

Updated: 09/11/2004 - Two southern Clorado children are safe after the man accused of kidnapping them is found in Mexico.

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Cash Crunch

Updated: 09/11/2004 - Several of Colorado's school districts are tugging at the state's purse strings for more than one billion dollars in funding.

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Fight Another Day

Updated: 09/11/2004 - Colorado grocery store workers have voted to extend their current contract until October 16th and delay a strike.

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Supermarket Negotiations

Updated: 09/10/2004 - A strike by Colorado grocery workers at Safeway, King Soopers and Albertsons apparently won't happen at midnight Saturday.

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Fraternity House Death

Updated: 09/10/2004 - An estimated 400 people showed up at a Nebraska church this morning to pay respects to a 19-year-old friend and relative found dead in Colorado last weekend.

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Car Surfing Accident

Updated: 09/10/2004 - A juvenile female has been charged with car theft in connection with a ``car surfing'' accident that put a teenage girl in the hospital.

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Fatal Accident

Updated: 09/10/2004 - The teenage driver in a crash that killed a 16-year-old LaSalle boy will face a charge of careless driving causing death.

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Suspicious Envelope

Updated: 09/10/2004 - Authorities in Denver are holding onto a suspicious letter addressed to the governor of Colorado, until postal inspectors in Nevada decide what to do with it.

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AFA Grad Killed

Updated: 09/09/2004 - The Defense Department says 29-year-old Air Force Captain John Boria died Monday from injuries he received in an all-terrain vehicle accident in Doha, Qatar.

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Prosecutor Talks About Bryant Case

Updated: 09/09/2004 - One of the prosecutors in the Kobe Bryant case says the NBA star admitted that he put his hand on his accuser's neck and bent her over a chair to have sex with her.

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Colorado's Ski Resorts

Updated: 09/09/2004 - Colorado has once again come out on top in the annual Ski Magazine reader survey.

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Christian Magazine Buys Newspaper Ad

Updated: 09/09/2004 - A Christian magazine upset about conservative religious support for President Bush is taking its message to Colorado Springs.

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Death Row Inmate's Case

Updated: 09/09/2004 - A man sitting on death row for killing four people at a pizza restaurant has had his conviction and sentence in a separate case reinstated.

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Bryant Case

Updated: 09/08/2004 - One of the prosecutors in the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case is speaking out -- now that a judge's gag order no longer applies.

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Traffic Congestion

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Traffic congestion in Colorado Springs is the worst in the country -- when it comes to ``small'' U.S. cities.

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Computer Problems

Updated: 09/08/2004 - A multi-million-dollar computer system designed to deal with food stamps, Medicare and other state benefits is apparently performing a lot more ``illegal operations'' than actual work.

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Court Martial Delayed

Updated: 09/09/2004 - A court martial has been put off until next week for an Air Force Academy football player accused of illegal steroid use.

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Goat Controversy at Fort Carson

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Goats will be sedated, injured and then killed in an upcoming training exercise at Fort Carson.

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Article 32 Hearing Waived

Updated: 09/07/2004 - A military hearing has been canceled for a Fort Carson soldier accused of shoving a civilian into the Tigris River in Iraq. First Lieutenant Jack Saville waived his right to an Article 32 hearing Tuesday.

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