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30th Annual Rescue Run

Updated: 01/02/2008 - More than 700 people laced up their shoes New Year's Day for the 30th Annual Rescue Run at Palmer Park.

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Colorado Minimum Wage Goes Up Again

Updated: 01/03/2008 - Starting Tuesday, January 1ST 2008, minimum wage workers will be making an extra 17 cents an hour in Colorado. The new wage for workers is $7.02 an hour from the $6.85 cents an hour last year.

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Iowa Caucuses: Sparring Up to the Last Moment

Posted: 01/01/2008 - After only a little time out to celebrate the New Year, people in Iowa are having the first say in what promises to be the big event of the year: the selection of a new president.

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Flight Diverted for Alleged Sexual Abuse

Posted: 01/01/2008 - The charge is abusive sexual contact against an air traveler accused of groping a female passenger on a flight from Washington to Seattle Sunday.

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Ringing in 2008

Posted: 01/01/2008 - The US rang in the New Year with coast-to-coast celebrations, including the granddaddy of them all in New York's Times Square.

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Snowmobiler Buried by Avalanche

Posted: 01/01/2008 - Grand County sheriff's officials say a snowmobiler buried by an avalanche on Gravel Mountain is being treated for a dislocated shoulder.

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New Laws for 2008

Posted: 01/01/2008 - It's a new year... and with that come new laws.

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1st Baby of the Year

Posted: 01/01/2008 - Colorado's first baby of 2008 was born at Evans Army Hospital on Fort Carson.

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Soldiers Arrive Home In Time For New Year's

Posted: 12/31/2007 - It’s the perfect end to 2007 for many soldiers and their families. About 600 troops from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team are home after serving 15 months in Iraq.

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Misprint Angers Shoppers

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Imagine calling a 1-800 number to order New Year's party trays from a grocery store and getting an adult chat line.

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Update: I-70 Opens After Storm

Updated: 01/01/2008 - The interstate in the mountains west of Denver is open but it's still windy and cold. Interstate 70 reopened in both directions Monday after blowing snow and avalanche danger closed it for nearly 24 hours. About a 60-mile stretch of the highway just west of Denver to Vail was closed, stranding more than 2,000 people.

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Casinos In Cripple Creek Prepare To Go Smoke Free

Updated: 12/30/2007 - Casinos in Cripple Creek were excluded from a state wide smoking ban that took effect a year and a half ago. But all of that changes starting January 1st 2008.

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Broncos 22 Vikings 19, Overtime

Posted: 12/30/2007 - Tavaris Jackson led a fourth-quarter comeback but made a costly fumble that allowed Denver to beat Minnesota 22-19.

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Antique Tin Man Is Stolen

Updated: 12/30/2007 - A knight and shining armor was taken from its owners. It was an antique that sat at the front porch at Kathy and Keith Kerr's house on the 6500 block of Brook Forest Drive.

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Two Pueblo House Fires Overnight

Updated: 12/30/2007 - Two overnight fires in Pueblo damage two houses, just a few miles apart. One of the homes is completely destroyed, leaving a family searching for a place to live.

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More Fort Carson Soldiers Arrive Home

Posted: 12/29/2007 - Saturday was another special day at Fort Carson as about a hundred more soldiers were welcomed home from Iraq. The soldiers with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team have been deployed since October of last year. For some a lot has changed at home while they've been gone.

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Animals Seized

Posted: 12/29/2007 - About 20 animals have been seized from the Animal Angels Horse Rescue ranch in Fort Collins amid concerns about their well-being.

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Trooper Arrested For DUI

Posted: 12/29/2007 - A state trooper faces a charge of driving under the influence while he was off duty earlier this month.

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Very Safe

Posted: 12/28/2007 - A tiger at a San Francisco zoo that killed a teenage boy may have gotten out by jumping over a wall. Witnesses say the victim and his two brothers may have been taunting the animal. That's when they think the tiger jumped the 14-foot wall. As for the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs, the encasements that house their wild animals are all well sealed.

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