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Denver Light Rail Shooting

Updated: 03/26/2007 - Denver police are investigating the Sunday morning shooting of three out-of-state college students at a light rail station.

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Officials Identify Toxin in Recalled Pet Food

Updated: 03/25/2007 - Exactly one week after Menu Foods recalled 60 million packages of cat and dog food, officials say they have found a toxin that may have tainted the pet food.

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Snow Mold

Posted: 03/24/2007 - The long periods of cold and snow along the Front Range has left many lawns with snow mold.

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Farm Disaster Money

Posted: 03/24/2007 - A farm disaster aid proposal is moving forward in Congress. A Senate committee in Washington has approved more than four billion-dollars for farmers and ranchers who have suffered losses due to last winter's blizzards.

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Double Fatal Accident-Update

Posted: 03/24/2007 - The former Lafayette policeman accused of killing two teens had an extensive arrest record in recent years.

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Spring Storm

Posted: 03/24/2007 - The National Weather Service says up to 15 inches of snow could fall today in higher areas from Steamboat Springs to Breckenridge.

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D-11 Denies Claims of Abuse

Posted: 03/23/2007 - District 11 denies claims of abuse and mistreatment to special education students at Will Rogers Elementary

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Concert Tour for Fallen Fort Carson Soldier

Posted: 03/23/2007 - A sister of a fallen Fort Carson soldier is traveling America in honor of her brother. She hopes to play her own music in all 50 states and Friday night she was in Colorado Springs.

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Murder By Fire Trial Starts Monday

Posted: 03/23/2007 - The Colorado Springs man accused of setting fire to his home while his three children were sleeping inside will finally go to trial.

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Kidnapping Verdict

Updated: 03/23/2007 - A man accused of kidnapping an El Paso County Sheriff's deputy at gunpoint has been found guilty of all charges against him.

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Pinon Canyon

Updated: 03/23/2007 - State lawmakers have passed a bill they hope will stop the Army from enlarging its Pinon Canyon training area at the expense of private property owners.

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Cheap Gas

Updated: 03/23/2007 - A cheap gas bill is on the way to the governor that would allow supermarkets to offer cut-rate gas.

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2 Teens Killed

Updated: 03/23/2007 - 2 Mesa State students were killed Thursday night when an SUV speeding out of control rammed their car from behind.

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Reward Offered For Capture Of Thieves

Updated: 03/23/2007 - The owners of one Colorado Springs business are not going to let the theft of nearly $100,000 worth of equipment slow them down.

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Springs Utilities Tests Waterways

Posted: 03/22/2007 - If you see what looks like green sludge floating in your neighborhood creek don't panic. It's all just a test Colorado Springs Utilities is conducting in case of an emergency.

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Norad Change of Command

Updated: 03/23/2007 - He's part of the reason you can sleep safely at night. The commander of NORAD and U. S. Northern Command is now stepping down and taking over another command.

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Girl Gets Mauled By Dog

Posted: 03/22/2007 - An 8 year old Pueblo girl is mauled by a vicious dog right across the street from her home.

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East Middle School Closing

Updated: 03/22/2007 - District 11 school board members voted to close East Middle School after the current school year.

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Small Town Finally Gets Cell Phone Service

Updated: 03/22/2007 - A small town just outside of Cripple Creek had no cell phone service until now. We take you to the town of Victor where calls for help were finally answered.

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Unusually Warm Temperatures Causes Concern

Updated: 03/22/2007 - So far it's been an unusually warm March and with above average temperatures in the mountains Colorado's snow-pack is melting fast.

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D-11 Could Fund Full Time Kindergarten

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Beginning next year, nearly every kindergarten class in School District 11 could be full time at no charge to parents.

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Former Utilities Employee Suspected of ID Theft

Updated: 03/21/2007 - There will be some bad news in the mail for some Colorado Springs Utilities customers. CSU is letting those people know their personal information was stolen by a former employee.

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Pueblo Teacher Accused Of Providing Alcohol To Students

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Amanda Tilley, a language arts teacher at Pueblo South High School has been placed on paid administrative leave along with a security guard for allegedly providing alcohol to minors.

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