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Millions of Magnetic Toys Recalled

Posted: 03/17/2008 - Toy distributor Mega Brands has recalled about 2.4 million Chinese-made toys. Tiny magnets could fall out and be swallowed or inhaled by children and possibly kill them.

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Payment Plan Announced for Stimulus Rebate Checks

Updated: 03/20/2008 - Economic stimulus checks will be showing up in mailboxes and bank accounts starting May 2, 2008, depending on the last two numbers of a taxpayer's social security number.

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Man Shot After Five-Hour Standoff At Hospital

Updated: 03/17/2008 - Police spokeswoman Sarah Huntley says 32-year-old Terrance Baughman is in surgery after being shot in the chest. It wasn't immediately clear what led officers to fire.

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'Blunt Force Trauma' Kills 2-Month-Old Baby

Updated: 03/17/2008 - Authorities say Preston James Cheever was taken to Memorial Hospital on Friday evening. Police were notified that the boy was unconscious and not breathing.

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JPMorgan Buying Bear Stears For $2 Per Share

Updated: 03/16/2008 - Wall Street received word Sunday that JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reached an agreement to acquire wounded investment bank Bear Stearns Cos for $2 per share.

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U.S. and China Investigating 19 Heparin Deaths

Updated: 03/16/2008 - China and the United States are working together to investigate the blood-thinner heparin, which has been linked to 19 American deaths, China's food and drug administration said Sunday.

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Hay Fever Season Has Begun

Updated: 03/17/2008 - Itchy eyes, stuffy nose and sneezing may explain how you felt this past week, and could be how you feel for the next six weeks.

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Ethanol Plant to be Built in Lamar

Posted: 03/16/2008 - Colorado is getting a new ethanol plant as businesses seek to take advantage of increased demand with gasoline prices setting records.

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Peace Marchers Allowed In Parade

Updated: 03/16/2008 - Last year, they were kicked out of the St. Patrick's Day parade in downtown Colorado Springs and seven members of the Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission were arrested. This year, the group was allowed to march in the parade, and while things remained peaceful, their message was still not received well by everyone.

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Air Force Pilot Dies in F-16 Crash

Updated: 03/16/2008 - The Air Force says the student pilot of an F-16 fighter jet died when his plane crashed in western Arizona.

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Attempted Murder Arrest

Updated: 03/17/2008 - A Colorado Springs man is behind bars after allegedly trying to kill his girlfriend.

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Crane Collapse Kills 4 in New York

Updated: 03/17/2008 - In New York, at least four people are dead after a giant crane at least 15 stories tall toppled over at a construction site and smashed into a block of residential buildings.

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Doctor Under Investigation for Medicare Fraud

Posted: 03/15/2008 - A ceremony to kick off an affordable health care program was canceled after organizers learned the physician they planned to work with is awaiting trial for Medicare fraud.

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Tornado Touches Down in Atlanta

Updated: 03/17/2008 - The National Weather Service is confirming that it was a tornado that struck downtown Atlanta Friday night.

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GM Recalls Select Buick Regal & Pontiac Grand Prix Sedans

Posted: 03/14/2008 - General Motors Corp. says it is recalling more than 207,000 Buick Regal and Pontiac Grand Prix sedans because they can develop oil leaks that can cause fires. GM says the cars are safe to drive, but drivers should not park them in garages or carports.

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United Airlines, Continental Increase Fares

Posted: 03/14/2008 - It's getting even more expensive to fly. United Airlines has announced that it's boosting ticket prices by as much as $50 round trip in order to deal with rising fuel costs.

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