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Pueblo Government Reorganization

Updated: 08/16/2003 - Pueblo voters will be asked to decide whether to consolidate the city and county of Pueblo on this November's ballot.

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Crime Stoppers: Shooting Arrest

Updated: 08/16/2003 - Colorado Springs Police have arrested a second suspect in a deadly shooting July 29th on Lower Gold Camp Road. They are still looking for a third suspect, and they need your help.

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Colorado Mosquitos

Updated: 08/16/2003 - Colorado has a particularly aggressive species of mosquito, which is why the number of human cases of west nile virus have skyrocketed in the state.

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Judge Possibility

Updated: 08/15/2003 - If Kobe Bryant's case goes to trial -- a judge with less than a year on the bench could receive it under a rotating system used to assign cases.

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Pledge of Allegiance Controversy

Updated: 08/15/2003 - A federal judge has issued a temporary restraining or er against a new Colorado law requiring students and teachers to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Naming Rights

Updated: 08/15/2003 - The name of the game is cash. Another debate over name games could be brewing in Denver as the city considers selling the naming rights to a new lecture hall.

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Tomb Marble

Updated: 08/15/2003 - A second block of marble cut at a quarry near here has been deemed unsuitable to replace one cracked at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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Picketers

Updated: 08/15/2003 - Mountain residents are pleading for federal money to help clean up creeks polluted by sand -- scattered by the Colorado Department of Transportation

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Qwest Changes

Updated: 08/15/2003 - Colorado residents who call certain Qwest Wireless customers with different area codes from land line phones won't be able to do so free of charge anymore.

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City Vendetta?

Updated: 08/15/2003 - The Colorado Springs man behind a Taxpayer's Bill of Rights says he's selling his rental properties because he's tired of a city "vendetta'' against him.

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Coors Company Changes

Updated: 08/14/2003 - The board of directors of Golden-based Adolph Coors Company has unanimously approved a proposal to change its state of legal incorporation -- to Delaware.

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Prison Guards get Probation

Updated: 08/13/2003 - Two former federal prison guards who testified in Florence inmate brutality case have been sentenced to probation.

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DIA Testing Automated Baggage Check System

Updated: 08/13/2003 - Denver International is testing a 13 million dollar prototype of what's being called the nation't most advanced automated system for screening checked baggage.

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AFA Investigation

Updated: 08/13/2003 - El Paso County DA's office expect to decide soon whether to pursue a case involving an Air Force Academy cadet accused of sexual assault.

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West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/13/2003 - 32 new cases of West Nile Virus reported in Colorado.

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Neighborhood Speeding

Updated: 08/13/2003 - Colorado Springs city engineers have come up with a solution to neighborhood speeding, in the form of a portable speed hump.

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Council Holsters "Open Carry" Weapons

Updated: 08/12/2003 - In a close vote, Colorado Springs city council members decided to ban weapons that are carried in the open into city buildings. However, they did not rule out properly licensed concealed weapons.

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Racist Fliers

Updated: 08/12/2003 - The FBI says the group National Alliance has sent out racist messages to residents of Eagle.

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ACLU Challenges Pledge Law

Updated: 08/12/2003 - The Colorado ACLU files a lawsuit, claiming a new law is unconstitutional because it requires students to recite the pledge of allegiance.

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Another West Nile Virus Death

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Colorado leads the country in the number of cases of West Nile Virus in humans. Now, another Coloradan has died from the illness.

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Priest Accused of Abuse

Updated: 08/12/2003 - A priest accused of abuse at the Air Force Academy in the 1980s is now facing charges of abuse of a teen in the 1970s.

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Adelphia Trial Moves Forward

Updated: 08/11/2003 - A judge says the founder of Adelphia Communications will be tried along with other men accused of stealing from the bankrupt cable company.

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Remembering Gregory Hines

Updated: 08/10/2003 - The man who directed him in "Jelly's Last Jam'' says Gregory Hines was "the last of a kind of immaculate performer.''

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