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Wind Whips Through Southern Colorado

Updated: 06/07/2007 - The winds have been whipping non-stop Wednesday and have left a mark across Southern Colorado. A tree limb snapped from a tree in Rich McKeown's lawn. "It's at least as big as a small tree. The individual limb is 20 feet long or even 30 feet long." 40 mile an hour wind gusts have been tearing through McKeown's neighborhood. Just down the street from him, a tree is broken in half.

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German Man Tries To Jump On Popemobile

Posted: 06/06/2007 - A Vatican spokesman says a man who tried to jump into Pope Benedict's uncovered popemobile today showed signs of "mental imbalance."

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Judge Seeks $54 Million For Lost Pants

Posted: 06/06/2007 - A judge in Washington, D.C., who had been seeking $67 million from a dry cleaner that lost his pants has decided that's too much money for a pair of pants.

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El Paso County Facing '08 Budget Shortfall

Posted: 06/06/2007 - El Paso County is facing a projected $7.5 million budget shortfall next year, and one official blames a combination of population growth, tax cuts and inflation.

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Andrew Speaker Testifies, Could Leave Isolation

Updated: 06/06/2007 - The Atlanta lawyer quarantined with tuberculosis has told Congress that health officials told him that he "was not a threat to anyone" before he left for Europe.

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Staying Safe Near Rivers and Creeks

Updated: 06/06/2007 - With all the rain we've been getting, Colorado's creeks and rivers are running fuller and faster creating greater risks. Two years ago, three boys took a chance with the Arkansas River. "All of us went into the water and current took us." Christian Milberger says it happened so fast.

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Lightning Victim Returns Home

Updated: 06/06/2007 - The construction worker who was struck by lightning Saturday night is finally home from the hospital. 11 News spoke exclusively with the man Tuesday night.

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Summer Cone Zone Safety

Updated: 06/05/2007 - The summer travel season is here which means more cars and more construction on our roads. This year the Colorado Department of Transportation is stepping up their cone zone safety program.

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Police Arrest Gunman On UCCS Campus

Updated: 06/05/2007 - A scare for students at UCCS Tuesday afternoon after they received an email saying there was a gunman on campus.

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Care and Share Opens Doors To Southern Colorado

Updated: 06/05/2007 - A bigger and better food bank, called Care and Share has opened in Pueblo. That means more Southern Colorado families will have meals on their tables at night.

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FTC Will Fight Whole Foods-Wild Oats Merger

Posted: 06/05/2007 - Boulder-based natural foods grocer Wild Oats Market Incorporated says federal regulators will file a lawsuit to prevent its acquisition by competitor Whole Foods Market Incorporated.

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TB Patient Gets Good News Regarding Condition

Updated: 06/05/2007 - Hospital officials in Denver say a third test on a man quarantined with a dangerous strain of tuberculosis has come back negative for the presence of TB bacteria.

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Allard Wants Tougher Green Card Rules

Posted: 06/05/2007 - The U.S. Senate is preparing to vote on a Republican proposal that would make it harder for millions of illegal immigrants to get green cards.

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Va. Tech Reopening Norris Hall

Posted: 06/05/2007 - The building where a Virginia Tech student fatally shot 30 people before taking his own life is reopening this month.

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