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E. Coli Outbreak At VA Boy Scout Camp

Posted: 08/02/2008 - Public health officials have confirmed 15 cases of E. coli among dozens of people sickened after attending a popular Boy Scout camp in Virginia.

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Man Presumed Dead In Big Thompson Flood Is Alive

Posted: 08/02/2008 - A man believed to have died in the Big Thompson flood has been found living in Oklahoma. Sixty-three-year-old Darrell Johnson didn't know he had been counted among the 144 people who died in the flood on July 31st, 1976. He found out when a Big Thompson Canyon resident who suspected he might have survived tracked him down.

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Wildfire In Huerfano County

Updated: 08/02/2008 - Crews are fighting a wildfire in Huerfano County, which has burned approximately 65 acres.

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Teresa's Place Opens In Pueblo

Updated: 08/01/2008 - This week, an important new service has opened up in Pueblo. Teresa's Place will provide a safe haven for families with a history of domestic violence.

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Eastern El Paso County Wildfire 100% Contained

Updated: 08/02/2008 - A wildfire that burned in eastern El Paso County is 100% contained, and evacuees have been allowed to return to their homes. County officials say three homes, four unoccupied mobile homes and ten outbuildings burned down during Fridays wild grass fire.

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Tape: Boy Who Died Was Desperate For A Drink

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Prosecutors have played a voice mail for jurors saying a 7-year-old Denver boy who died of starvation and dehydration had threatened to kill his guardians if they didn't give him a drink.

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Anthrax Scientist Commits Suicide As FBI Closes In

Updated: 08/01/2008 - A top U.S. biodefense researcher whose brother says was being aggressively pursued by the FBI in connection with a series of anthrax mailings after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks apparently committed suicide.

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Solar Eclipse Sweeps Across Earth

Updated: 08/01/2008 - Friday provided an early-bird special for eager stargazers. A total solar eclipse swept across the Earth, beginning in Canada's northern territories and ending in China.

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Fatal Motorcycle Crash In The Springs

Updated: 08/02/2008 - Colorado Springs police confirm that one person is dead and two more people are in the hospital after a motorcycle hit a small car just after midnight on the east side of town. The driver of the car reportedly ran away from the scene.

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Phoenix Lander Confirms Ice In Martian Soil

Posted: 07/31/2008 - The Phoenix spacecraft has tasted Martian water for the first time. The robot heated up ice in one of its instruments earlier this week. Scientists say the chemical test confirms the presence of ice near the Martian north pole.

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NY Man Arrested In Baby Food Poison Video Threats

Posted: 07/31/2008 - Gerber and the government say it was all just an Internet hoax. A New York man who allegedly claimed in videos that he had poisoned millions of bottles of baby food has been jailed.

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Local Peacekeepers Get DNC Duty

Updated: 08/01/2008 - They don't wear a badge, but six members of the El Paso County sheriff's staff are taking their skills from county detail to the city streets of Denver.

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Thieves Stealing Gas From Cars

Updated: 07/31/2008 - When the door to her gas tank was open one morning, Jo Ann Salazar knew something was wrong. She was right.

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Possible Kidnapping in Security

Updated: 08/01/2008 - The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is investigating a possible kidnapping in Security.

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Caddy Gives Gift of Life

Updated: 07/31/2008 - A Colorado Springs man playing in his first ever U.S. Senior Open was the first one to tee off Thursday at the Broadmoor. And for Dave Delich it was a family affair.

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Gator Bites Off Boys Arm

Posted: 07/31/2008 - Doctors in New Orleans say it's unlikely a boy whose left arm was bitten off by an alligator Wednesday will regain full use of it.

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