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3 Eighth Graders Face Drug Charge

Posted: 03/01/2008 - Three eighth-graders accused of possessing a narcotic painkiller have been charged with possessing a controlled substance. Two girls and a boy from Carmody Middle School in Lakewood were charged after police and school officials found four tablets of Dilaudid in February, prosecutors in Jefferson County said Friday.

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Avalanche Risk

Posted: 03/01/2008 - Yet another snow storm is headed to Colorado's mountains, bringing up to 18 inches of snow. The avalanche risk, already considered considerable in most mountain areas, could increase as the cold air accompanying the snow mixes with the warm air.

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Fatal Accident Near Monument

Posted: 03/01/2008 - One person is killed in an accident near Monument Friday night. Witnesses told the Douglas County Sheriff, a car was driving erratically and fast on Palmer Divide Avenue.

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Red Flag Warning

Updated: 03/01/2008 - Saturday’s warm weather brings the danger of wildfires. Several Southern Colorado counties are on a red flag warning until 6:00 p.m. Saturday night.

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84-Year-Old Pueblo Man Celebrates 21st Birthday

Updated: 03/01/2008 - Imagine only having your birthday come around every four years. Well Feburary 29th in Pueblo, a man born in 1924, didn't need 84 candles for his birthday cake.

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Leap Day Problems for United Airlines

Posted: 02/29/2008 - Passengers using United Airlines' "Easy Check-In" found it anything but that on Leap Day when the automated system failed, resulting in longer lines at its U.S. airport counters.

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Obama Claims Clinton Ad Scares Voters

Updated: 02/29/2008 - Speaking to veterans and their families in Houston, Obama criticized a Clinton campaign ad showing sleeping children and asking who's most qualified to make an emergency national security call in the middle of the night.

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Democrats Campaign In Texas Ahead Of Key Primaries

Updated: 02/29/2008 - Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are holding more campaign rallies in Texas Friday, kicking off the final weekend of campaigning before Tuesday's key Democratic primaries in the Lone Star State and Ohio.

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Ft. Carson Homecoming Delayed For Days

Updated: 04/14/2008 - Fort Carson’s 242nd Ordnance Disposal unit expected a homecoming Monday and every day since. They still aren't back, and their welcome-parties are on the edge of their seats.

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Twenty-Five Percent Of El Paso County's Homeless Are Veterans

Updated: 02/29/2008 - You see them everyday when you drive through downtown, but what you may not know is that one in every four homeless people in El Paso County served our country in the military. They’re veterans who have ended up on the streets after their lives in uniform.

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Pueblo Students Get Custom Lessons

Updated: 02/29/2008 - Imagine being able to track your child's progress in school. Every grade, every missed assignment, every test aced. Right now, a community-led effort in Pueblo City Schools called the "Middle School Promotion," is getting ready to help parents of 8th graders do just that.

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Dogs Doing Time In Prison

Updated: 02/29/2008 - Dogs are doing time. It's part of a program in which prisoners train man's best friend.

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New Life Families Reunite

Updated: 02/28/2008 - For the first time since the deadly shooting at New Life Church, the parents of the gunman and two of his victims are talking about that horrific day.

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Flu Outbreak Closes School

Updated: 02/28/2008 - Another Southern Colorado school is closing its doors because of a flu outbreak. Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning has cancelled classes for Friday.

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