D-day on Omaha Beach 60 years ago, the largest sea, land, and air assault in history and the turning point in World War II. It's something we read about in history books but a few men and women, still alive today, experienced it first hand.
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That gas money isn't stretching as far as it used to.
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A big legal hurt for one of the drivers in Friday's street-racing accident.
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State budget writers warn more spending cuts are on their way as the deficit keeps growing.
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A Denver Post review says a state board who oversees doctors usually lets mistake-prone physicians off with no more than a slap on the wrist.
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The Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs says it just keeps outgrowing itself.
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A scene of twisted metal Frriday night as five teenagers lose control of their vehicles while illegally street-racing.
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The state's gay rights activists and opponents believe homosexual marriages will be a hot button issue in this year's elections.
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Perhaps, it's time to issue Vice President Dick Cheney a frequent visitor's pass.
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Love the state fair? You may soon be able to help out by doing your taxes.
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You could hear the cheering of donut fans all the way in Colorado Springs as the Donut Mill in Woodland Park opened its doors for the first time in nearly seven months.
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Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell is considering serving on a new volunteer board for the United States Olympic Committee.
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The Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs is about to undergo the biggest renovation project in the city in more than ten years.
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On snowy days, it's the postal carriers who still have to make sure the mail gets through.
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Southern Colorado commuters battled some heavy, wet snow Friday morning.
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Gas prices are going up, and by this summer, we could see $2 per gallon when we fuel up.
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Pueblo county commissioners have banned the open carrying of weapons on county property.
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Colorado Republican, and veteran Senator, Ben Nighthorse Campbell is calling it quits.
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A company called Divine Scents now uses a paper shredder to help job applicants keep their personal information safe.
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A Pueblo man is now charged with murdering his mother and stepfather.
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After a five day work stoppage at the El Paso County Coroner's Office, autopsies have resumed.
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If you're on the Colorado No Call list, you're supposed to be protected. But a local senior says she is still being bothered by telemarketers. So she made a Call For Action.
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The first handful of witnesses have shown up in Eagle to testify about the sexual past of Kobe Bryant's accuser.
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Some U.S. soldiers in Iraq won’t be coming home as soon as they thought. The army is expanding its stop-loss policy. That means deployed soldiers, whose time in the army is up, will have to stay a little longer.
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Colorado Springs police made three arrests Tuesday in connection with the Bronze Tree Apartment shooting death over the weekend.
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