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Settlement Accepted In Voter Registration Suit

Updated: 10/30/2008 - A federal judge Wednesday night accepted an agreement in a lawsuit that could potentially allow thousands of people listed as ineligible to vote to cast provisional ballots with special protections on Election Day.

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4, Including Baby, Shot Overnight In Pueblo

Updated: 11/03/2008 - Neighbors say the baby had wounds to the back and the back of the neck. She was hit with 14 pellets and her injuries are considered life-threatening. She was airlifted to Memorial Hospital.

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Extended Fire Season Flares Up In El Paso County

Updated: 10/29/2008 - A startling reminder for some El Paso County residents Wednesday as 30 acres burned southeast of Colorado Springs. Fire danger is high even as we move into the cooler months of the year.

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Health Department Vaccinations At Risk

Updated: 10/30/2008 - The El Paso County Health Department vaccinates thousands of people every year. If ballot Initiative 1A doesn't pass, not as many shots will be given out, potentially putting our community at risk. But opponents have argued all along that it's simply a bad time for a one-cent sales tax increase.

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Springs Airport Expects Dip In Traffic In 2009

Updated: 10/29/2008 - The Colorado Springs Airport expects passenger traffic to dip to a 15-year low next year. With airlines cutting flights to cope with high fuel costs, the airport is forecasting a 1.6 percent drop in traffic next year to slightly more than 1 million passengers. That's the fewest since 791,045 passengers boarded departing flights in 1994.

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Study: Fewer Heart Attacks In Fall, More In Spring

Posted: 10/29/2008 - Swedish researchers looked at 20 years of records and discovered that the number of heart attacks drops on the Monday after clocks were set back an hour. They say it may be because people got an extra hour of sleep.

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Democrats Dominate Early Voting In Key States

Posted: 10/29/2008 - Election and party officials say Democrats have been outnumbering early-voting Republicans in Iowa, North Carolina, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada.

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Grassfire Near Yoder Under Control

Updated: 10/29/2008 - The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says the half-acre fire that was burning in southeast El Paso County has been extinguished.

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Students Learn Compassion From Columbine Victim

Updated: 10/29/2008 - Rachel Scott was the first student to be killed in the Columbine shootings in Littleton, Colorado. Now, her journal writings are used to teach students compassion and kindness.

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Obama Airs 30 Minute Advertisement

Updated: 10/29/2008 - In addition to today's 30-minute infomercial, Barack Obama will be airing a new 30-second TV ad that gets in a few shots at John McCain.

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AP EXCLUSIVE: Obama Ahead Or Tied In 8 Key States

Posted: 10/29/2008 - The AP-GfK polls show Obama leading John McCain in four states President Bush won in 2004. Obama is essentially tied with McCain in two other so-called "red" states.

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Michelle Obama Comes To Colorado Springs

Updated: 10/29/2008 - Time until the election is dwindling and there are only seven days until America decides who will be the next president. Michelle Obama carried her husband's campaign back to Colorado Springs, urging supporters to vote, and to do it early.

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