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Pinon Canyon

Posted: 01/28/2007 - Commanders at Fort Carson say they want to talk to the public about the Army's proposed expansion of its training site in southeastern Colorado.

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Colorado Springs Crime

Posted: 01/28/2007 - The number of violent crimes reported in Colorado Springs the first half of last year rose 31 percent from the same period in 2005. Although violent crime is up across the country, rates fell in Colorado -- except in Colorado Springs.

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Freezing Child

Posted: 01/28/2007 - A three-year-old girl who wandered away from home and spent a half hour in subzero temperatures will likely lose a fingertip to frostbite.

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State Hospital

Posted: 01/28/2007 - Ground has been broken for a 50 million-dollar addition to the Colorado Mental Health Institute in Pueblo.

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Denver Airport Blizzard

Posted: 01/28/2007 - A preliminary report on how the Denver airport responded to a blizzard last month says the airport wasn't prepared for a storm that big.

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`Make My Day' Law

Updated: 01/28/2007 - Lawmakers are looking at expanding Colorado's "Make My Day" law -- which says people who use deadly force to protect themselves in their homes can't be prosecuted.

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Longer School Days Ahead

Updated: 01/27/2007 - Starting Monday, many Southern Colorado students will have longer school days, to make up for snow days.

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Anti-War Protesters Gather in Pueblo

Updated: 01/27/2007 - Saturday’s rally in Washington DC prompted anti-war demonstrations all across the nation. Hundreds gathered at the capitol in Denver and in southern Colorado protesters came together in pueblo.

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More Snowy Weather

Posted: 01/27/2007 - It's happening again. For the sixth straight weekend, Colorado's Front Range and Eastern Plains are seeing snowfall Saturday morning.

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Smoking Ban in Colorado

Posted: 01/27/2007 - While many tavern owners across Colorado are waiting for a court ruling to clarify the new state smoking ban, others are allowing customers to smoke while they try to prove their bars fit into a legal loophole.

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Free Weight Watchers

Posted: 01/27/2007 - Medicaid recipients across Colorado may soon be able to enlist in the popular weight-loss program Weight Watchers -- for free.

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Accidental Electrocution

Posted: 01/27/2007 - A Grand County man who rigged a live electric wire around a pond to fend off beavers has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after a teenager was electrocuted by the set-up.

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Clicker Shock-Comcast

Posted: 01/27/2007 - About 800-thousand Coloradans soon could face a little clicker shock. Cable TV provider Comcast says it's raising its average cable service rates by about four percent across Colorado. The increase is expected to take effect March first.

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School-Gun

Posted: 01/26/2007 - A Pueblo West Middle School student is being suspended from school after he allegedly brought a gun to the building this week.

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Columbine Depositions

Updated: 01/26/2007 - Depositions by the parents of the Columbine High School gunmen will be kept secret for 25 years under an agreement a federal judge proposed Friday.

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Winter Storms-Agriculture

Posted: 01/26/2007 - Governor (Bill) Ritter's office is reporting the federal government will come to the aid of ranchers in southeastern Colorado hurt by last month's blizzards.

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Dealing With Potholes

Updated: 01/26/2007 - Potholes seem to be everywhere you turn. And local experts gave KKTV some unusual advice to avoid them.

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Suspected Illegal Immigrant to be Deported

Updated: 01/26/2007 - The first of 18 suspects accused of identity-related crimes, following an immigration raid at Greeley's Swift and Company meatpacking plant last month, is agreeing to be deported as part of a plea deal.

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First Degree Murder Charge in Road Rage Case

Posted: 01/26/2007 - Prosecutors say an Arapahoe County jury has sent a strong message to anyone who drives aggressively, with its verdict in a deadly case of road rage.

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Arrest Made in 1964 Civil Rights Murders

Updated: 01/26/2007 - The murders were committed more than 40 years ago. Now an arrest has been made, in one of the last unsolved crimes of the Civil Rights Era.

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Hay Shortage in Southeastern Colorado

Updated: 01/25/2007 - The snow in Southeastern Colorado doesn't seem to be melting, and for ranchers that means buying more hay to feed their cattle. The problem is, there isn't enough to go around.

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CDOT Warns Against Wildlife On Roadways

Updated: 01/25/2007 - The unusually harsh winter conditions that we've been having this year are forcing wildlife to move to lower ground to look for food, and it's causing major problems on many highways.

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