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Summer Rafting Outlook

Updated: 05/05/2003 - A new advertising campaign in Colorado aims to get locals back to river rafting after last year's drop in business because of the drought.

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Legislative Session Wrapping Up

Updated: 05/05/2003 - As lawmakers head into the final three days of the Legislative session, they face several key issues.

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Hiker Death

Updated: 05/04/2003 - Medical examiners will perform an autopsy tomorrow on a man who died of an apparent heart attack Saturday while hiking.

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Soldier Memorial

Updated: 05/03/2003 - Friends and family honor a fallen Army soldier in Denver, Saturday.

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AFA Memorial Service

Updated: 05/03/2003 - Hundreds gathered today at the Air Force Academy to honor a graduate who died in Iraq.

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Reservoir Boating Outlook

Updated: 05/03/2003 - Despite lower water levels, Pueblo officials expect a good boating season at Pueblo Reservoir.

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Colorado Dams

Updated: 05/03/2003 - Interior Secretary Gale Norton says dams need to be expanded or new ones built along Colorado's Front Range and other Western urban centers.

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Manhunt Ends

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Local authorities have managed to capture Keith Slocum after he eluded police at least two times.

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Eastbound Cimarron Street Bridge Closed

Updated: 05/02/2003 - The Eastbound Cimarron Street Bridge in Colorado Springs has been shut down because it is no longer structurally sound.

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Fort Carson Soldier Identified

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Private First Class Jesse Givens drowned when a tank plunged into the Euphrates River.

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New Cesar E. Chavez Stamp Unveiled

Updated: 05/06/2003 - The life of late civil rights leader Cesar E. Chavez will be honored tomorrow when a stamp bearing his likeness is unveiled Saturday.

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Fort Carson Soldier Killed in Tank Accident

Updated: 05/02/2003 - A Fort Carson soldier drowned Thursday when a tank plunged into a canal west of Baghdad, and seven others were wounded in a grenade attack, the U.S. military said.

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New Water Wells

Water Conservation

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Colorado Springs utilities began drilling new water wells Thursday to help with Colorado's drought.

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New AFA Sex Investigation

Updated: 05/02/2003 - An Air Force Academy cadet is under investigation for allegedly organizing sex groups via e-mail.

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Fort Carson Soldiers Injured

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Seven members of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment were injured Thursday in a grenade attack on their compound in Iraq.

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Jail Disturbance

Updated: 04/30/2003 - More than 2 dozen El Paso County inmates are moved to other wards after a disturbance.

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Less Airport Screeners

Updated: 04/30/2003 - The Colorado Springs Airport will lose more than 60 security screeners by the end of September.

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Homecoming

Updated: 05/02/2003 - Sixteen F-16s return to Colorado after Iraq mission.

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United Contract Concessions

Updated: 04/30/2003 - United Airlines win concessions from employee unions, ensuring billions of dollars in annual savings.

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Deadly Fire Considered Arson

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Sources tell 11 News, a house fire that claimed the lives of three young children is a case of arson.

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Teens Sentenced

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Two teens convicted of starting a wildfire near Bailey last year have been sentenced to probation and community service.

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United Airlines Vote

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Thousands of union employees at United Airlines are scheduled to vote Tuesday on wage concessions.

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