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Death on the Slopes

Updated: 01/01/2005 - Another person has died on the slopes in the state.

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Political Agenda

Updated: 01/01/2005 - His way or the highway. Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson is targeting 6 Senators who are up for re-election in 2006.

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Infant Screenings

Updated: 01/01/2005 - The state's health department wants to make sure your child is healthy right from the very beginning.

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Special Delivery

Updated: 01/01/2005 - A little early but just in time to ring in the new year.

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Treecycling

Updated: 01/01/2005 - Before you toss out that Christmas tree, you do have a kinder, greener way to get rid of it.

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More Deployments for Fort Carson Soldiers

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Another 100 or so Fort Carson-based soldiers were set to leave Colorado starting Thursday in a deployment to the U.S. Central Command's area of responsibility.

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More Laser Beam Incidents

Updated: 12/31/2004 - It's happened six times over the last four days. Now, the FBI is investigating how laser beams have been directed into the cockpits of commercial airliners.

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Animals Rescued

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Humane society officials have seized 39 emaciated horses and cattle from a ranch in Rush.

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Salazar Begins Next Chapter

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Ken Salazar is getting ready to leave office as Colorado attorney general for his new job as the state's new U.S. senator.

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Leone Named Acting U.S. Attorney

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Assistant U.S. attorney William Leone has been named acting U.S. attorney for Colorado, after John Suthers takes the state attorney general job.

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Wintry Weather in Western Colorado

Updated: 04/09/2005 - State transportation officials are warning drivers to be prepared for major delays in western Colorado.

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Democrats Propose New Health Plan

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Senate Democrats are pushing a new health care agenda -- which includes requiring children to register their immunizations, encouraging schools to fight childhood obesity and establishing a preferred drug list.

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Green Lights at Airport

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Federal officials are investigating reports from two pilots who say bright lights were aimed from the ground into their cockpits as they headed into the Colorado Springs Airport.

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Therapy for Soldiers

Updated: 12/29/2004 - New research and experts say the psychological toll from the war in Iraq is climbing because of the severe stress of fighting a deadly insurgency.

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Residents Jump to Escape Flames

Updated: 12/29/2004 - A Colorado Springs mother and her grown son are doing well, despite having to jump out of a second-story window to escape an apartment fire.

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Republican Party Fight

Updated: 12/29/2004 - El Paso County's Republican chairman wants 13 party officials to resign. That's because they publicly supported a write-in candidate over Republican Douglas Bruce in the November election.

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Nuggets Fire Head Coach

Updated: 04/09/2005 - Jeff Bzdelik is out after yet another disappointing loss, and his assistant, Michael Cooper, takes over.

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AFA Sexual Assault Reports

Updated: 12/28/2004 - The Pentagon's internal watchdog says a system that allows rape victims at the Air Force Academy to seek help confidentially won't stop the problem of sexual assault there.

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Fort Carson Deployment

Updated: 12/29/2004 - More Fort Carson Soldiers are deploying to the Middle East in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. About 180 soldiers from the 360th Transportation Company and the 43rd Area Support Group deployed Tuesday.

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Grimes' Sentence Reduced

Updated: 12/28/2004 - A teenager who actually slit the throat of his best friend won't spend any more time behind bars than the leader of a cultlike group who ordered the boy and his grandparents killed.

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Tsunami Warning System

Updated: 12/27/2004 - Waverly Person of the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden says the death toll in parts of Asia could have been less if there were tidal gauges in the Indian Ocean.

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Columbine Survivor Honored

Updated: 12/27/2004 - A 22-year-old survivor of the Columbine High School massacre will celebrate the new year, and her ongoing recovery, at the Rose Parade in California.

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Fire Investigation

Updated: 12/27/2004 - Colorado Springs fire investigators have pinpointed the cause of a fire at a town home on the city’s southeast side.

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Charitable Donations

Updated: 12/27/2004 - Secretary of State Donetta Davidson is listing the charitable solicitors who were naughty and nice during the past year, including some organizations that charged charities more than they raised.

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