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Defense Contract Income

Updated: 04/07/2003 - Colorado is ranked 17th among U.S. states in its volume of Defense Department contracts.

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Hospital Privacy Changes

Updated: 04/07/2003 - Hospitals in Colorado will soon have new policies on patient privacy.

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War Latest

War

Updated: 04/05/2003 - U.S. officials say the move into Baghdad has so far been successful, forcing Iraqi officials out and running into only sporadic opposition.

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Colorado Soldier Killed

Updated: 04/05/2003 - Another Colorado native is among three soldiers killed in an apparent suicide attack in Iraq.

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Ramsey Lawsuit Dismissed

Lawsuit Dismissed

Updated: 04/05/2003 - A Federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against John and Patsy Ramsey saying there is no evidence the two had anything to do with their daughter's 1996 murder.

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Parents Say Changes Won't Help

Updated: 04/05/2003 - Parents of some Air Force cadets say recent changes at the Academy, aimed at changing the culture there are pointless, and may backfire.

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Mom's Crusade

Updated: 04/05/2003 - The mother of a University of Northern Colorado student who was murdered, is pushing for tougher laws against impersonating a police officer.

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Air Force Applications On The Rise

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Despite an ongoing sexual assault investigation and a war in Iraq, the number of people seeking an appointment to the Air Force Academy is on the rise.

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Barton Appeal Denied

Updated: 04/04/2003 - The judge who sentenced Terry Barton on state arson charges has denied a request to remove himself from the case.

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AFA Changes

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Not all Air Force Academy cadets are happy about changes at the academy.

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Anti-Bush Protest

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Dozens of fans walked out of a Pearl Jam concert after lead singer Eddie Vedder impaled a mask of President Bush on a microphone stand.

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Troop Deployment

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Nearly 800 soldiers of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment left Fort Carson Thursday for the Persian.

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Guilty Plea

Updated: 04/04/2003 - Murder suspect Jason Clausen has plead guilty to killing a college student earlier this year.

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Progressive Insurance Expands

Updated: 04/03/2003 - Groundbreaking held to build new building for insurance company. Hundreds of new jobs could come with the expansion.

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Colorado Springs Election

Updated: 04/03/2003 - The election is over, so why is it taking so long to count the votes? KKTV 11 News investigated.

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Messages From Home

Updated: 04/03/2003 - A local company is helping families send voice messages to their loved ones who are serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Colorado Springs City Election

Updated: 04/02/2003 - With nearly all of the votes in, it appears Lionel Rivera is the city's new mayor-elect. Voters also decided six council seats and okayed an extension to keep the TOPS program funded.

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Anti-Hate Rally

Updated: 04/02/2003 - The Black Student Union at Colorado College held an anti-hate rally Tuesday afternoon.

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Troop Deployment

Updated: 04/02/2003 - More troops have been deployed from Fort Carson.

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West Nile Virus

Updated: 04/02/2003 - The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and Pueblo Zoo are vaccinating animals against the West Nile Virus.

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Coloradans in the Line of Fire

Updated: 04/01/2003 - Two Colorado servicemen are recovering after being injured while participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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