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Ward Replacement Search

Updated: 03/03/2003 - The USOC is looking for a temporary replacement for Lloyd Ward as the committee's CEO, until a permanent one can be found.

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Water Restrictions Eased

Updated: 03/03/2003 - The recent snowfall is helping to ease water restrictions for Pueblo residents.

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All Breed Dog Rescue

Updated: 03/02/2003 - All Breed Dog Rescue is currently caring for six dogs and puppies that are a big expense.

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Updated: 03/02/2003 - One Colorado Springs woman has come up with a way to keep the voice of parents being deployed in the military close to their children.

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Ward Resigns

Updated: 03/01/2003 - USOC CEO, Lloyd Ward resigned today, amid accusations of ethics violations.

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Child Home Safe

Amber Alert

Updated: 03/01/2003 - A Black Forest toddler is home safe today after being gone with his babysitter for nearly a day.

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AFA Rape Investigation

Sexual Assaults

Updated: 03/01/2003 - A rape crisis clinic that says it dealt with several women who claimed they were raped at the Air Force Academy.

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Van Crash Blamed on Driver

Updated: 03/01/2003 - The U.S. Forest Service says a van crash that killed five firefighters last summer, was the fault of the driver.

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U.S.O.C. Inquiry Continues

Updated: 02/28/2003 - Senators Ben Nighthorse Campbell and Ted Stevens visited Colorado Springs Friday, to continue an inquiry into alleged wrongdoings at the U.S.O.C.

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Death Penalty

Death Penalty Debate

Updated: 02/27/2003 - An inmate who killed a corrections officer has been given the death penalty.

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College Funding

College Costs

Updated: 02/27/2003 - The way Colorado pays for its residents to go to college could change under a measure unveiled today at the statehouse.

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Keg ID Bill Killed

Updated: 02/27/2003 - The House State Affairs Committee today killed a bill that would have identified and penalized adults who illegally purchase kegs of beer for teens.

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Remembering Mister Rogers

Updated: 02/27/2003 - One of the most beloved children's television hosts has passed away. Now, children of all ages are remembering their "neighbor."

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U.S. to Lower Terror Level to Yellow

Terrorism Threats

Updated: 02/27/2003 - The national terror alert will be lowered from orange to yellow, administration officials said Thursday, suggesting the threat of a terrorist attack on U.S. soil has eased somewhat.

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Standoff Ends

Updated: 02/27/2003 - Standoff in the Springs ended with suicide.

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 02/26/2003 - A former Palmer High School student admits to masterminding triple murder near Guffey.

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Hayman Fire Crash

Updated: 02/26/2003 - A woman who was driving a van that crashed and killed five of her fellow firefighters is sentenced.

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Qwest Stock

Updated: 02/26/2003 - A stock rating company is warning investors not to buy shares of Qwest Communications.

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Horses Rescued

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Updated: 02/28/2003 - Thirteen starving horses are being treated at a farm in Black Forest. Dozens more were rescued, and now volunteers and donations are needed to nurse these animals back to health.

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