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Deadliest Day In Iraq Since January

Updated: 03/11/2008 - The U.S. military says three more soldiers have been killed in Iraq. That brings Monday's death toll for American troops to eight.

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Lamberth Trial Moves to Boulder

Updated: 03/14/2008 - A man convicted of first degree murder for the death of a Colorado Springs police detective will soon have another trial in Boulder. Jeremy Lamberth still has to be tried for the attempted murder of his own sister

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CPR Training Saves Autistic Boy's Life

Updated: 03/11/2008 - It was a life or death situation on a Pueblo school bus. When three faculty members used their first-aid training to save an autistic student who went into a sudden seizure.

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Head Of Military Visits Colorado Springs

Updated: 03/10/2008 - The man who heads up the nation's military says 15 month-long deployments are too long for soldiers. Navy Admiral Mike Mullen made those remarks during a visit touring NORAD/NORTHCOM and Fort Carson Monday.

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Boulder Official: Keep Your Cats Inside

Posted: 03/10/2008 - A Boulder official wants to push an ordinance that would require cat owners to keep their pets inside so they don't kill birds and other animals.

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Ford Recalling 2008 F-Series Trucks

Posted: 03/09/2008 - Ford is recalling about 100,000 of its 2008 F-Series trucks because of an issue with the driver's seat.

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Veteran Honored With Soldier's Stone

Updated: 03/09/2008 - For years, a veteran was laid to rest, but without a headstone. Sunday, that soldier was finally recognized as one of America's heroes.

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World Trade Center Stairs Removed

Updated: 03/09/2008 - A staircase that served as an escape route for thousands of survivors of the World Trade Center attack has been moved.

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Drugs Found In Tap Water

Updated: 03/10/2008 - Forty-one-million Americans in twenty-four major metropolitan areas are drinking water with traces of drugs in it. That's according to an Associated Press investigation. What about Southern Colorado's water?

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Warm Wishes for New Hospital

Updated: 03/09/2008 - The new Penrose Saint Francis Hospital on the east side of Colorado Springs is getting a personal touch from the community.

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Man Brings Sword to Church

Updated: 03/09/2008 - A bit of a scare for some members of a Colorado Springs church Sunday morning. A 38-year-old man reportedly brought a sword into the Holy Apostles Church on North Carefree.

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Church Votes to Charge Missionaries

Updated: 03/09/2008 - Members of the Sangre de Christo parish of the Roman Catholic Church voted Sunday to pursue criminal charges against three Mormon missionaries who allegedly vandalized a shrine and committed sacrilegious acts in the church.

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Two Teens Killed After Denver Nuggets Game

Updated: 03/10/2008 - Northglenn police say two teenage siblings died after the car they were in was struck from behind by another vehicle. The teenagers were identified as 14-year-old Damien Noyes and 13-year-old Angel Noyes, both of Loveland.

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County Wildland Fire Crew Trains For Fire Season

Updated: 03/09/2008 - Fire danger is high right now in southern Colorado. If we don't see some moisture this spring, it could mean a very long season for wildland firefighters. Some fire departments are already gearing up, preparing for the worst.

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Barack Obama Wins Wyoming Caucus

Posted: 03/08/2008 - Barack Obama captured the Wyoming Democratic caucuses Saturday, seizing a bit of momentum in the close, hard-fought race with rival Hillary Rodham Clinton for the party's presidential nomination.

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Pastor Sentenced for Fraud

Updated: 03/08/2008 - The former pastor of a defunct Colorado Springs church has been ordered to pay back $1.4 million after being convicted of securities fraud.

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