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Junk E-Mail 'Spam King' Arrested

Updated: 05/31/2007 - Feds said computer users will notice decrease in junk e-mail after Wednesday's arrest of Robery Soloway.

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CSU Forecaster: 9 hurricanes, 5 of them intense

Updated: 02/26/2008 - Colorado State University hurricane researcher William Gray's revised forecast issued Thursday calls for nine hurricanes this season, five of them becoming intense.

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National Spelling Bee Favorite O-U-T

Updated: 05/31/2007 - Samir Patel, who has been consumed with the dream of winning the national spelling title for the last five years, bowed out Thursday in the fifth round when he tripped up on the word "clevis."

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Pueblo Depot Officials Proceed With Plans

Posted: 05/31/2007 - Officials at the Pueblo Chemical Depot are moving ahead with plans to treat a hazardous mustard agent waste on-site even though the chemicals could end up being shipped elsewhere.

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Vigil Held for Murder Victim

Updated: 05/31/2007 - Family and friends gathered Wednesday night to remember a 20-year-old who was murdered Monday night. Police say Anthony Michael Grimaldo was hit in the back by a bullet, intended for someone else.

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Not Many Homes Carry Flood Insurance

Updated: 05/31/2007 - Floods are the number one natural disaster in the United States, yet most homeowners are not covered by flood insurance. The City of Pueblo hopes to do something about that in their community.

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Air Force Academy Graduation

Updated: 05/30/2007 - 977 cadets are now 2nd lieutenants. One by one they marched in. Their anxious families crowded the stands. "I'm so proud and happy," said one mother. It's the day parents and cadets had been counting down to.

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977 Cadets Receive Diplomas, Warnings

Updated: 05/30/2007 - Defense Secretary Robert Gates warned graduating cadets at the Air Force Academy Wednesday that the whole world will be watching as they fight the war on terror and they must always do the right thing.

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Frontier Awaiting Federal OK For Regional Service

Updated: 05/30/2007 - Frontier Airlines is waiting for federal approval before it can begin rolling out a new regional turboprop service. Airline spokesman Joe Hodas said they're hoping to release the identities of the cities soon.

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Hail, Rain Pummel Front Range

Posted: 05/29/2007 - Severe weather is impacting much of Colorado Tuesday afternoon, with severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado watches in effect along the Front Range throughout the evening.

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Colorado State Patrol Will Enforce Immigration Laws

Updated: 05/29/2007 - The state patrol said today the troopers will do "limited immigration law enforcement" under an agreement with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

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Ritter Signs Key Bills In Western Colorado

Posted: 05/29/2007 - Governor Bill Ritter is in western Colorado Tuesday to sign a dozen measures into law. One of those bills is a major overhaul of energy regulation to give public health, wildlife and the environment a higher priority.

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Family Mourns Murder of 20-Year-Old

Updated: 07/04/2007 - 18-year-old John Rangel has been arrested in connection with the shooting of 20-year-old Anthony "Michael" Grimaldo.

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Police Investigate Memorial Day Murder

Updated: 05/29/2007 - A deadly shooting near Memorial Park and now, police are trying to figure out what happened. Cops say a young man was shot at a liquor store on South Hancock after a rap concert got over at the park. SWAT Team had apparently been patrolling the area Monday night; police say some of those at the concert were gang members.

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Local Man Leads Purity Ball

Updated: 05/29/2007 - It's a phenomenon sweeping dance floors across the nation, all in the name of purity. Randy Wilson of Colorado Springs, started The Purity Ball in 1998, which has since caught on in 48 states and several countries.

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Fallen Pueblo Soldier Honored

Updated: 05/29/2007 - It was a much more personal Memorial Day for the family of Sergeant Blake Harris of Pueblo. It was the first since he was killed in Iraq in March.

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Bolder Boulder Death

Posted: 05/28/2007 - A man in his 60s collapsed and died while participating in the Bolder Boulder. It's the first time in the race's 29-year history a participant has died.

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Summer DUI Enforcement Begins

Updated: 05/28/2007 - This weekend marks the beginning of what is usually the deadliest time of year on our highways. 38-percent of fatal alcohol-related crashes in Colorado occur in the summer months.

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Cops Say Don't Leave Valuables In The Car

Posted: 05/27/2007 - A beautiful holiday weekend with warm summer-like weather means many are outside enjoying it, but cops say crooks see it as an opportunity to strike. A parking lot full of cars is a gold-mine for the bad guys, police say. Blodgett Park is just one of the areas that's had numerous break-ins, but the problem is happening at parks and trailheads around the city.

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College President Resigns

Posted: 05/27/2007 - The interim president of Pueblo Community College is resigning. Marjorie Villani also turned in her resignation from her position as executive vice president Friday.

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