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Iraq Deadline

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Saddam Hussein has 48 hours to get out -- or Iraq will see an invasion led by the United States.

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Bush Tells Saddam to Go by Wednesday

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Edging to the brink of war, President Bush gave Saddam Hussein until Wednesday to leave his country and told Americans that military confrontation will ultimately make them safer.

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Symphony Name Change

Updated: 03/17/2003 - The Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra will soon be known by another name.

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Possible Pueblo Recall Election

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Two Pueblo city council members are facing a recall election, if one group gets their way.

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Teen Survives DUI Accident

Updated: 03/17/2003 - A Pueblo teenager is in critical condition after her car was hit by a drunk driver.

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Ice Palace Inn Essay Contest

Updated: 03/17/2003 - An historic Colorado bed and breakfast is up for sale for a bargain price. But, it also requires some writing.

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Possible Homicide Investigation

Fire

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Springs Police are investigation the suspicious deaths of two people found inside a burning townhome.

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Gondola Transportation

Updated: 03/16/2003 - Several Colorado ski towns are considering expanding the use of gondolas as a mode of around town transportation.

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Snow on the Way

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Colorado could be in for a very large snowstorm.

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Internet Funerals

Updated: 03/17/2003 - An innovative funeral home in Colorado is offering an alternative to traveling cross-country to pay your final respects to loved ones.

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Pro-Troop Rally

Updated: 03/15/2003 - A Colorado Springs high school student organized a rally in support of our troops.

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Rape Investigations

Updated: 03/15/2003 - The Air Force Academy is sending home letters to cadets' parents assuring them that all perpetrators of sexual assaults will be punished.

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West Nile Testing

Updated: 03/15/2003 - This year, state health officials say people will have to pay to be tested for West Nile Virus.

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Enforcing Ski Pass Fraud

Updated: 03/15/2003 - Colorado's ski resorts are cracking down on the use of fraudulent ski passes on their mountains.

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St. Baldrick's Day

Saint Patrick's Day

Updated: 03/14/2003 - It's a hair raising experience in Colorado Springs, as people go bald for St. Baldrick's Day and a good cause.

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Auto Insurance Reform Bill Fails

Updated: 03/14/2003 - A State House committee has killed the second of two auto insurance reform bills introduced in the legislature this year.

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Ski Industry Numbers Up

Updated: 03/14/2003 - As the ski season in Colorado begins to wind down, numbers say that industry numbers are ahead of last year's results.

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Investigation

Death Investigation

Updated: 03/13/2003 - The treatment center where a teenager died earlier this week revamped its procedures four years ago after restraining injuries drew the attention of state human services workers.

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Symphony Shuts Down

Updated: 03/13/2003 - The 75-year-old Colorado Springs Symphony has played its final note.

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ConAgra Investigation

Updated: 03/13/2003 - Democratic lawmakers in Washington are calling for an investigation of ConAgra Beef.

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Ocean Journey Exhibits

Updated: 03/13/2003 - Visitors to Denver's Ocean Journey aquarium could oon find two popular exhibits missing.

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Health Care Bill

Updated: 03/13/2003 - Colorado House lawmakers have approved a resolution recognizing the difficulties of residents who can't afford health insurance.

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