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Report Released On School Violence

Updated: 09/07/2007 - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers released a new report Thursday on school and campus safety. The report was compiled by a national task force over the past three months with the help of law enforcement and educational safety experts from all across the country.

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U.S. Troop Levels Edge Toward Record High

Posted: 09/06/2007 - A senior military official says the number of U.S. troops in Iraq has climbed to a record high of 168,000, and is moving toward a peak of 172,000 in the coming weeks.

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Suspected Burglar ID'd After Fatal Fall From 3rd Floor

Posted: 09/06/2007 - A suspected burglar who fell 24 feet to his death after allegedly breaking into a third-floor apartment is being identified as a 28-year-old Boulder man with a long history of arrests.

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DIA May Need More Equipment for Blizzards

Posted: 09/06/2007 - A report commissioned by Denver International Airport says the facility needs multifunction equipment that can plow, sweep and blow snow -- as part of its plan to stay open during heavy storms.

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Pit Bull Put Down After Attack

Updated: 09/07/2007 - A pit bull who bit a Colorado Springs police officer Wednesday afternoon has a history of being a vicious dog.

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Fewer Teens Using Drugs

Updated: 09/07/2007 - The number of teens using drugs in the U.S. is dropping.

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Holiday DUI Arrests

Posted: 09/06/2007 - The Colorado Department of Transportation says preliminary reports show the number of DUI arrests dropped in Colorado during an 18-day DUI crackdown compared to the same time-period last year.

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1 Year Delay For Pinon Canyon Expansion

Posted: 09/06/2007 - The U.S. Senate narrowly approved a measure Thursday requiring the Army to wait a year before deciding whether to push ahead with a controversial expansion of its Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site in southeast Colorado.

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Local Photographer Helps Families of Troops

Updated: 09/07/2007 - It's said a picture is worth a thousand words, but for one very worldly photographer who now calls Colorado Springs home, his pictures are worth much more than words to military families.

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Baby Gets High Dollar Meds

Updated: 09/06/2007 - An update now to a story we brought you on Friday about a Colorado Springs family that's dealing with a deadly disease. A drug that could save their child's life is so expensive their insurance company denied coverage, forcing the family to keep their son in the hospital in order to get treatment.

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Search for Tubers Called Off

Updated: 09/06/2007 - After searching for hours looking for two boys who were spotted struggling on the Arkansas River the search has been called off.

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State Graduation Rate Declines

Posted: 09/05/2007 - The state's high school graduation rate has declined to 74.1 percent from 80.1 percent, but state officials pointed out they were using a new formula.

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Mattel Toy Recall

Updated: 09/05/2007 - Some local parents are starting to worry about the toys their kids play with after this latest recall.

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Search For Missing Aviator Continues

Posted: 09/05/2007 - Rescuers aided by calm winds and clear skies are scanning a vast swath of rugged terrain in California and Nevada in their search for missing adventurer Steve Fossett.

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Amendments Could Prevent Army Expansion

Updated: 09/05/2007 - Colorado Senator Ken Salazar is calling for the Army to slow down plans on expanding Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site. Legislation proposed Wednesday echo a similar amendment passed by the House earlier this year.

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Popcorn Chemical Linked To Lung Ailment

Posted: 09/05/2007 - The nation's largest microwave popcorn maker says it'll change the recipe for its Orville Redenbacher and Act II brands over the next year to remove a flavoring chemical linked to a lung ailment.

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Mysterious Illness at Pueblo County Jail

Updated: 09/06/2007 - Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor says 126 inmates in the county jail are sick with diarrhea and vomiting, and health officials are trying to find the cause.

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Firefighters Teach Middle School Students CPR

Posted: 09/05/2007 - Firefighters from the Colorado Springs Fire Department are teaching Challenger Middle School students life saving skills in an experimental program.

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