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Scaling Mt. Everest

Updated: 06/01/2003 - A group of Coloradans reached the top of Mount Everest a day after the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of the world's highest mountain.

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Sex Assault Investigation

Updated: 06/01/2003 - The Air Force Academy says reports of sexual assault aren't confidential, and experts say that will discourage victims from coming forward.

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Updated: 06/01/2003 - Residents living near Gore Creek in Vail are undergoing mandatory evacuations tonight as authorities brace for more flooding.

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Big Cat Rescue

Updated: 06/02/2003 - A local cat shelter needs your help.

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Murder Sentence

Updated: 05/31/2003 - A man will spend 72 years in prison for his involvement in a gang shooting that killed a teenager.

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New Colorado Roads?

Updated: 05/31/2003 - Miles of historic trails and old cattle routes in national parks and wilderness areas could be claimed as roadways under new Colorado rules.

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Flood Danger

Updated: 05/31/2003 - A string of hot days has local emergency personnel on the lookout in north central Colorado. Officials are watching under bridges for debris build-up that could cause flooding.

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Cathedral Renovation Complete

Updated: 05/31/2003 - Catholics are celebrating the renovation of one of Colorado Springs' most sacred buildings.

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Updated: 05/31/2003 - Health officials have a new test for SARS, and doctors say suspected cases of the respiratory virus in Colorado have stalled at eleven.

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U.S. Drops Terror Alert Level

Terrorism Alert Lowered

Updated: 05/30/2003 - The Bush administration dropped the federal terrorism alert level one step, to yellow.

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Construction Accident

Updated: 05/30/2003 - One worker is dead, two others injured, when a wall collapsed at a construction site on Colorado Springs' east side.

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Stagnant Water Ordinance Proposed

Updated: 05/30/2003 - The Manitou Springs City Council is considering an ordinance that could fine residents that leave water standing on their property.

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Colorado Man Has Hantavirus

Updated: 01/08/2008 - For the second time this year, a Colorado resident has contracted the hantavirus.

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Air Force Academy Graduation

Updated: 05/28/2003 - Cadets at the Air Force Academy tossed their caps in the air and the Thunderbirds screamed overhead during their graduation ceremony today.

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Roy Retires

Updated: 04/09/2005 - Colorado's Patrick Roy says he did everything he could to be the best.

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Soldier Identified

Updated: 05/29/2003 - The Department of Defense says a Canon City man was among the soldiers killed during a skirmish in Iraq.

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Pueblo Spending Limits

Updated: 05/29/2003 - A Pueblo group representing several nonprofit agencies is working on a measure to exempt the city and county from spending limits.

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Open Space Purchase

Updated: 05/27/2003 - More open space will soon be available in Southern Colorado.

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Water Pipeline

Updated: 05/27/2003 - The city of Colorado Springs wants to build a 45-mile pipeline to the Arkansas River that could double water supplies.

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Fort Carson Casualties

Updated: 05/27/2003 - A total of three Fort Carson soldiers with the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment have been killed this week. That includes Major Mathew Schram of Wisconsin.

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I-80 Reopens

Updated: 05/26/2003 - Interstate 80 in Nebraska is open again after a bridge collapse closed the highway for much of the weekend.

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