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Levee Breaks In Pueblo Along Fountain Creek

Updated: 05/08/2007 - A levee has given way along Fountain Creek in Pueblo. The water is beginning to recede after crews opened up a second breach. Dillon Road has reopened after being closed for several hours. Video

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Returning Home to Disaster

Updated: 05/07/2007 - People in Kansas are getting to return home for the first time since Friday when a twister practically flattened their town.Video

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Deadly Weekend for U.S. Forces

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Roadside bombs killed eight American soldiers in separate attacks Sunday in Diyala province and Baghdad. A car bomb claimed 30 more lives in a wholesale food market in a part of the Iraqi capital where sectarian tensions are on the rise.Video

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114 Feared Dead in Plane Crash

Posted: 05/06/2007 - A rescue convoy has reached the crash site of a Kenya Airways jetliner that went down in west Africa early Saturday with 114 people aboard.

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60 L.A. Cops off the Streets

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The Los Angeles police chief says up to 60 members of the city's elite Metropolitan Division are no longer on the street.

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Easing Immunization Anxiety

Posted: 05/06/2007 - A new study suggests parents can ease their child's anxiety about immunizations by telling a joke, reading a book or bringing a favorite toy from home.

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Youth Volunteers

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Some critics may say teenagers are lazy and self-centered, but teachers, charitable organizations and community leaders disagree. They say America is full of amazing young people who volunteer hundreds of hours each year.

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Tornado Rebuilding Effort Hampered

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The governor of Kansas says the rebuilding effort in tornado-ravaged Greensburg likely will be hampered because some much-needed equipment is in Iraq.

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A-Basin Still Open

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Two of last three ski areas closing Sunday. Loveland and Echo Park Mountain both have fresh snow on their closing day.

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Higher Fees at National Parks

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Entrance fees are due to rise at national parks over the next three summers -- though park superintendents could recommend that the increases be rescinded if enough people protest.

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Pit Bull Ban

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the pit bull ban in Aurora.

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Intruder Throws Pie at Priest

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Parishioners at Grace Church & St. Stephen's say a man barged into the sanctuary Sunday, and threw a pie at Father Donald Armstrong.Video

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Gas Prices Reach Record High

Updated: 05/07/2007 - Motorists are already reeling from rising gasoline prices. Now, it's time for more sticker shock. Video

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Ski Season Comes to an End

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Two more Colorado ski resorts are closing this weekend. Loveland and Echo Park Mountain both have fresh snow on their closing day.

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Pit-Bull Ban Lawsuit

Posted: 05/06/2007 - The Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the pit bull ban in Aurora.

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Internet Graduation

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Half a world away from Denver, Army Captain Joel Parker sat in a military camp outside Baghdad and watched his graduation ceremony from Regis University via the Internet Saturday.

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National Park Fees

Posted: 05/06/2007 - Entrance fees are due to rise at national parks over the next three summers -- though park superintendents could recommend that the increases be rescinded if enough people protest.

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Grandma Robbed At Gunpoint

Posted: 05/06/2007 - A 73-year-old grandma is robbed at gunpoint. The woman was walking out to her car with a friend after eating dinner at Captain D’s Restaurant off of North Academy and Galley when she says a man demanded her purse.

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Severe Weather Hits The Front Range

Updated: 05/05/2007 - It was definitely a crazy Saturday as far as weather is concerned in Southern Colorado, we saw a mixture of rain, hail, lightning, snow and even sunshine.

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Death Toll Climbs in Kansas

Updated: 05/07/2007 - The tornado death toll in southwest Kansas continues to rise, with emergency officials now reporting at least nine deaths.

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CO Legislature Ends

Posted: 05/05/2007 - Democrats in charge at the Statehouse say they saved the state 75-thousand dollars by wrapping up the legislative session five days early.

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Prom Postponed

Posted: 05/05/2007 - Officials in La Jara have postponed the high school's prom because of security concerns.

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Tornado Warnings Issued

Posted: 05/05/2007 - The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for central Logan and northeastern Yuma counties Saturday afternoon.

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