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New Bishop

Updated: 01/01/2004 - The Epsicopal Diocese of Colorado has a new leader.

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DUI Crackdowns

Updated: 01/01/2004 - Some Colorado drivers could kick off 2004 with a major blemish on their driving records.

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Kids' Resolutions for 2004

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Even the little ones understand the need to "better ourselves" by making some New Year's resolutions!

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2003 - The Year of SPAM

Updated: 02/01/2006 - If you're tired of all those unsolicited messages showing up in your e-mail inbox, you may be encouraged to hear about a new federal law tackling SPAM. However, it might not be a total cure.

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Glitter Ball Helps Bring in 2004

Updated: 12/31/2003 - For the first time ever, Colorado Springs will ring in the New Year with a big ball drop, just like in Times Square.

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Man Sentenced in Dog Attack

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Three dogs attacked a little girl in Colorado Springs this summer. Now, the dogs' owner faces two years of probation.

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Casualty

Updated: 12/31/2003 - A soldier whose parents live in the Birmingham, Alabama suburb of Irondale has died in Iraq.

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Charges Dropped

Updated: 12/30/2003 - The Army has dropped a dereliction of duty charge against a Fort Carson soldier, but his military career is still in limbo.

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Deadly Fire

Fatal Fire

Updated: 12/30/2003 - Crews plan to begin dismantling what remains of a burned-out apartment building in Glendale today to search for more victims.

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Smoking Ban

Updated: 12/30/2003 - The city of Grand Junction will join a growing list of cities nationwide when a smoking ban takes effect on Thursday.

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Drug Testing

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Sprint champion Kelli White is among seven American athletes the U.S. Olympic Committee says flunked drug tests this summer.

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Four Babies---All at Once!

Updated: 12/29/2003 - A new mom and dad in Colorado Springs have their hands full, with two sets of identical twins!

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Pueblo Anti-Graffiti Effort

Updated: 12/29/2003 - A group of Pueblo parents says the end of its graffiti removal program will hurt the city. But city officials say graffiti removal will continue without the Concerned Parents of Pueblo.

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Flu Numbers Continue to Drop

Updated: 12/30/2003 - The number of confirmed flu cases in Colorado this season has now grown to more than 11,000. But state health officials say the epidemic is definitely slowing down.

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Painting a War

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Her wrinkled hands paint straight from her heart which Irma Bracken creates paintings, honoring the men and women in Iraq.

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Smoking Ban

Updated: 12/27/2003 - Authorities in Pueblo are cracking down on people violating the city's smoking ban.

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Mad Cow Scare

Updated: 12/29/2003 - Health officials are starting to connect the dots on how the first cow infected with mad cow disease entered the United States.

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Return Delayed

Updated: 12/27/2003 - Friends and family of Fort Carson soldiers scheduled to return from Iraq this weekend will have to wait a little longer.

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Help for Immigrant Students?

Updated: 12/27/2003 - The state legislature is considering a bill that would make it easier for undocumented students to become legal residents.

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Bargain-Hunters Hit the Malls

Updated: 12/26/2003 - Now that the gifts are unwrapped, hundreds of bargain-hunters were back at the malls and stores early Friday. Their mission: to take advantage of the post-Christmas sales!

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Apartment Fire

Updated: 12/26/2003 - A fire Friday morning forces a couple from their apartment.

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