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I-25 Open After Roll Over

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Northbound lanes of Interstate 25 are back open again near Broomfield this afternoon after a double-rollover crash that left one car upside down and another upright in the median.

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Tancredo Cancels Miami Trip

Updated: 12/14/2006 - Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo won't be visiting the city he recently likened to a Third World country.

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Pleas in Vail Arson

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Two people who've admitted helping firebomb Vail Resort in 1998 formally pleaded guilty today to the federal arson charges.

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Senator's Illness Could Cause Power Shift

Updated: 12/14/2006 - The Senate's top Democrat says he's visited colleague Tim Johnson in the hospital, and that the South Dakota senator "really looks good."

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Friendly Fire Injured Springs SWAT K-9

Posted: 12/14/2006 - A new report says "friendly fire" was behind the injuries to a Colorado Springs SWAT officer and police dog as authorities tried to capture a bank robbery suspect.

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Man Accused in Children's Near-Drowning Beaten in Jail

Updated: 12/14/2006 - A Canon City man accused in the near-drowning of three toddlers over the summer is hospitalized with a fractured skull and other injuries after being beaten in the Fremont County Jail, allegedly, by a white supremacist.

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Blind Oppose Changing US Currency

Updated: 12/14/2006 - On November 28th a federal judge ruled the U.S. Treasury Department needed to come up with a new design for paper money that would make it identifiable to the blind by touch. But the Bush administration is appealing the decision and the national federation of the blind stands behind them.

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Background Checks Questioned

Updated: 12/13/2006 - Tuesday’s raid at a Greeley meat packing plant has many talking about how companies can make sure their workers are legal U-S citizens. Business owners say in many cases, they won't know, or can't prove someone is hiding something from them.

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Lost And Found Treasures

Updated: 12/13/2006 - Jackets, gloves and hats-- they might be on your child's wish-list this year, but before you hit the malls, you might want to check the lost and found at your child's school.

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Police Shooting Investigation

Posted: 12/13/2006 - The El Paso County District Attorney has completed an investigation, into an officer-involved shooting last month. A suspect and a police dog were both shot, but survived.

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Immigration Raid at Greeley Meat Packing Plant

Updated: 12/14/2006 - Families from throughout the Weld County area are expected to show up in droves at a social services office Wednesday, following the raid of a Swift and Company meatpacking plant in Greeley.

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Actor Peter Boyle Dies at Age 71

Posted: 12/13/2006 - Actor Peter Boyle, who played the monster in "Young Frankenstein" and the father in "Everybody Loves Raymond" has died.

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Christen, Shakes Recalled

Updated: 12/13/2006 - Nearly 29 thousand people cast their votes, and the decision is, two District 11 school board members are out, and two new faces are in.

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Cops' Families Support Each Other

Updated: 12/12/2006 - The impact of Officer Ken Jordan's death will long be felt by people all over Southern Colorado, especially those who say it could have been their husbands or wives who were shot that night.

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Letters To Santa

Updated: 12/13/2006 - At the North Pole, which happens to be in Cascade, Colorado, Santa Claus is busy receiving thousands of letters from good boys and girls.

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Illegal Immigration Bust

Updated: 12/12/2006 - Immigrations agents have served search warrants at 6 meat-packing plants, including one in Colorado.

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Remembering Officer Ken Jordan

Updated: 12/12/2006 - Almost 33-hundred people gathered Monday to remember the life of officer Ken Jordan...the second Colorado Springs police officer to be killed in the line of duty this year.

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Officer Memorial is Taken Down

Updated: 12/12/2006 - Piece by Piece, Kenneth Jordan's makeshift memorial was torn down. "The community had a chance to grieve and we've had a chance to grieve, we've had a little bit of closure today," said Sgt. Tim Hogan

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Mourners Pay Final Tribute To Jordan

Updated: 12/11/2006 - Before and after Officer Ken Jordan's Memorial Monday, many visited the make-shift memorial on Fountain Boulevard, where Officer Jordan was shot one week before.

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Candle Light Vigil For Lost Loved Ones

Updated: 12/11/2006 - On the eve of officer Ken Jordan's funeral thousands of others gather here in Colorado Springs and around the world to remember all children who have died. It’s a special candle light vigil held worldwide each year on the second Sunday of December.

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