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Amber Alert Canceled

Posted: 03/29/2007 - Two Washington state children who were the subject of an Amber Alert have been found safe near Denver and their father was arrested.

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Arson Dog Key in Prosecution's Case

Posted: 03/29/2007 - Investigators credit an arson dog for helping them build their murder case against a father accused in the burning deaths of three children.

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War Funding Bill

Posted: 03/29/2007 - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says if President Bush doesn't sign the war-funding bill that was passed with a withdrawal timetable attached today, "it's his responsibility."

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Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Investigation

Updated: 03/29/2007 - A White House spokeswoman says Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will have to "speak for himself" in response to the comments from a former aide to a Senate panel Thursday.

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Mother Killed By Tornado, Father and Daughter Injured

Updated: 03/30/2007 - The massive tornado that ripped through the small town of Holly Wednesday night destroyed more than just homes. It took the life of a young mother, and left her family injured, and grieving.

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Red Cross Responds to Holly Tornado

Updated: 03/30/2007 - We want to thank our viewers, for donating more than $7,000. That money was raised in just 2 hours, as Red Cross Volunteers staffed our Call For Action phone lines Thursday afternoon.

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Weather Service Declares Holly Tornado an "EF-3."

Updated: 02/26/2008 - The National Weather Service has officially called the Holly tornado an "EF-3" tornado. Meanwhile, FEMA officials spent Friday touring the ravaged community to determine what sort of federal aid might available.

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911 Tapes Released From Platte Canyon H.S. Shooting

Updated: 03/28/2007 - A Platte Canyon High School teacher frantically talks to 911 dispatchers as a gunman forces her to leave her students behind. That teacher was one of the last to see 16-year-old Emily Keyes alive and now, six months after Duane Morrison took Platte Canyon High School hostage we're hearing how that tragic day unfolded.

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Telephone Scam Targets Colorado Springs

Updated: 03/28/2007 - The next time you pick up the phone, you could be the target of a scam. According to the Better Business Bureau, it's going on right now in Colorado Springs.

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Feeding the Meter Made Easy

Updated: 03/28/2007 - It's a simple exchange: you put some coins in a meter to park curbside downtown Colorado Springs. Some updated technology could make that exchange a little easier.

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Renewable Energy

Updated: 03/28/2007 - Governor Bill Ritter signed a bill Tueday that will require that 20% of the energy provided by large utilities come from renewable sources such as wind and solar power and another measure to build the power lines to deliver it.

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No Water Restrictions Planned This Year

Updated: 03/27/2007 - So far this year officials in Pueblo and El Paso County say there are no water restrictions in sight, but that doesn't mean people should stop trying to conserve water.

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Church Cuts Ties With Diocese

Updated: 03/29/2007 - A Colorado Springs church with more than 2,000 members is cutting ties with its denomination.

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Erie Student Brings a Knife to School

Posted: 03/27/2007 - A ten year old Erie Elementary student has been suspended for two days after he allegedly took a folding knife to school and threatened to kill a classmate.

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School Shooting Report Released

Updated: 03/28/2007 - A gunman who shot and killed a 16-year-old girl after taking over a high school classroom last fall had screamed and waved a handgun at his sobbing hostages, fired once into the air and threatened to blow up the school.

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Storage Unit Fire

Updated: 03/27/2007 - Firefighters were called on scene of a storage unit fire around 9:00 Monday night.

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"Forever" Stamp Unveiled

Updated: 03/26/2007 - Get out your change purse. Starting May 14, the price of stamps will go up 2 cents, meaning, it will cost 41 cents to mail a standard letter. But 41 cents could be the most you'll ever have to pay for letter postage.

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Residents Say Explosions Damaged Their Homes

Updated: 03/27/2007 - Several residents of the Pronghorn Meadows sub division in Colorado Springs say several loud explosions that rocked their neighborhood damaged their homes. They also say El Paso County is responsible.

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School Mourns Over Death Of A Student

Updated: 03/27/2007 - The death of a 16 year old high school student sends shock waves of grief through Pueblo's Youth and Family Academy Charter School.

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Father Stands Trial For Killing Kids

Updated: 03/27/2007 - Three kids were killed four years ago when their house went up in flames. Today, their father stands trial for their murders.

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World War II Hero Dies

Updated: 03/26/2007 - A Colorado native often referred to as a World War Two hero has died at his home in northern Utah. He was part of the famed Tokyo Doolittle Raiders.

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Tanning Bed Bill Killed

Posted: 03/26/2007 - The state House of Representatives has killed a bill that would've barred anyone under the age of 18 from using a tanning bed unless they had a parent or guardian's permission.

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D-11 Full-Day Kindergarten Registration

Posted: 03/26/2007 - Colorado Springs School District 11 will offer free full-day kindergarten in all District 11 elementary schools for school year 2007-2008.

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