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Redistricting Debate Angers Democrats

Updated: 05/11/2003 - A closer look at newly drawn congressional district boundaries in Colorado is leading to even more outrage among Democrats.

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Fight the Bite Colorado

Updated: 05/11/2003 - The El Paso County Health Department is taking steps to educate the public about West Nile Virus this summer.

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Fort Carson Soldiers Killed

Helicopter Crash

Updated: 05/11/2003 - Three soldiers killed in a helicopter crash in Iraq were stationed out of Fort Carson here in Colorado Springs.

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Conservation Quest

Updated: 05/10/2003 - Colorado Springs Utilities is helping residents learn more about water efficient lawns, to help conserve this summer.

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Easing Water Restrictions

Updated: 05/10/2003 - Another southern Colorado town is easing up its water restrictions for the summer.

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Redistricting Lawsuit

Updated: 05/10/2003 - State Democrats have filed a lawsuit disputing a measure to redraw Colorado's congressional districts.

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Aron Ralston Out of Hospital

Updated: 05/10/2003 - The Colorado climber who amputated his own arm after he was pinned by a boulder is out of the the hospital.

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Relay For Life

Updated: 05/09/2003 - The American Cancer Society is gearing up for its annual fundraiser, which provides money for cancer research and awareness.

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Severe Weather

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Violent weather hit the Denver metro area Thursday morning with two tornadoes being spotted near the Denver International Airport.

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AFA Sex Investigation

Updated: 05/09/2003 - An Air Force Academy cadet says the school's culture leaves underclassmen feeling that older cadets have absolute power.

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TV Helicopter Crash

Updated: 05/09/2003 - One person suffered minor injuries after a helicopter leased by a Denver television station crashed south of Denver International Airport.

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Amputee Climber

Updated: 05/09/2003 - An Aspen man says the immediate damage done to his arm when a boulder fell on him made the limb unrecoverable.

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DJs Back on Air

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Two Springs radio personalities will return to air, after suspended for playing non-stop Dixie Chicks.

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Memorial

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Memorial service held for Fort Carson soldier killed in Iraq.

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Cadet Faces Hearing

Updated: 05/07/2003 - Article 32 hearing held for Air Force Academy cadet accused of sexual misconduct.

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Reporting Sexual Assaults

Updated: 05/08/2003 - Under proposed bill, Air Force, Army, and Navy academies would have to report to Congress on how sexual assault reports are handled.

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Free Concert for Military Families

Updated: 05/06/2003 - Country superstar Tim McGraw is coming to Fort Carson for a free show for area military personnel and their families.

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Charles Wingate Investigation

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A councilman in Colorado Springs who already is facing up to 16 years in prison if convicted of embezzlement and forgery now is facing more counts -- after authorities accused 34-year-old Charles Wingate of pawning city-owned equipment.

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Chicken Salad Recall

Posted: 05/06/2003 - About 400 pounds of chicken salad recalled for possible listeria contamination has been recovered.

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CSAP Reading Scores

Reading Tests

Updated: 05/07/2003 - The results are in for third graders' reading achievement scores on the state standardized tests.

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Deejays Protest Boycott

Updated: 05/05/2003 - Two Colorado Springs deejays are protesting their stations boycott of the Dixie Chicks.

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