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Hurricane Dean Falls To Category 2

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Hours after making landfall with Category 5 winds on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Hurricane Dean has calmed into a Category 2 storm.

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Colorado Springs Call Center Adds 400 Jobs

Posted: 08/21/2007 - Call center operator PRC says it plans to add 400 workers to its 550 person call center in Colorado Springs by the end of the year.

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Two Arrested In Overnight Stabbing

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Colorado Springs police have two people in custody after an overnight stabbing at an apartment complex.

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Man Involved In Double Murder Is Free

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Jeron Grant, 27, was convicted as an accessory to the 1997 Valentine's Day murders of Scott Hawrysiak and Andrew Westbay.

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Northcom Prepares For Hurricane Dean

Updated: 08/21/2007 - Hurricane Dean continues to cause quite a stir, including for folks in Colorado Springs. Homeland defense experts at U.S. Northern Command at Peterson Air Force Base are over-preparing, just in case.

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Colorado National Guard Troops Return Home

Updated: 08/20/2007 - After spending the last year fighting in Iraq, about 400 Colorado National Guard troops are home. The troops are part of the 2nd Battalion, 135th Aviation Regiment.

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Home Invasion In Pueblo Turns Deadly

Updated: 08/20/2007 - An early morning home invasion left one man dead. Police looking are for four suspects. Pueblo Police said the robbery turned into the murder of 27-year-old Eric Ortiz on the east side of town.

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Young Child Drowns In Local Hotel Pool

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Colorado Springs Police were called out to the Drury Inn, located at 8155 N. Academy Boulevard, regarding a 5-year-old child drowning at the pool.

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Police Search for Robbery Suspect

Posted: 08/19/2007 - Westminster police are still looking for a second suspect in an armed robbery of a fast food restaurant.

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Mom Who Drowned 2 Kids Seeks Increase In Privileges

Updated: 08/20/2007 - A woman who said she drowned her two children in a bathtub after receiving a sign from a spider is seeking permission to leave a state mental hospital's grounds under staff supervision.

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Lightning Strike Victim Talks About His Recovery

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Thunderstorms are almost an everyday occurrence in the Pike's Peak region this time of year and while getting struck is somewhat rare, it still happens to people every year.

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Red Cross Volunteers Go South To Help Out With Hurricane Dean

Updated: 08/19/2007 - Hurricane Dean may be a category five monster, packing winds of 155 miles an hour by the time it hits Jamaica in the next 24 hours, forecasters said. The storm's forecasted route shows Dean sweeping over the U.S. Gulf Coast next week. Two local volunteers from the Red Cross are already heading south to help out.

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Dam Recommended for Fountain Creek

Posted: 08/18/2007 - The Army Corps of Engineers is recommending that a dam be considered to control flooding risk along Fountain Creek.

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Massive Amounts of Bullets Being Used for Training

Posted: 08/18/2007 - Troops training for and fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan are firing more than 1 billion bullets a year. That's contributing to ammunition shortages hitting police agencies nationwide and preventing some officers from training with the weapons they carry on patrol.

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