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Copper Crimes

Posted: 04/28/2006 - There has been a dramatic increase in business burglaries here in Southern Colorado. What they're stealing however, might surprise you. Scrap metals are the new target.

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Patients Worry About Mumps

Posted: 04/28/2006 - Many Southern Coloradans have a lot of questions for their doctors after hearing about the mumps outbreak in the Midwest.

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Rodeo Accident Kills Teen

Posted: 04/28/2006 - Services are pending for a 17-year-old senior at Douglas County High School, critically injured during a rodeo accident in Byers.

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Future of FREX Uncertain

Updated: 04/28/2006 - In the midst of escalating gas prices, the future of one popular transportation alternative is up in the air. According to Colorado Springs Transportation officials, The Front Range Express, or FREX, is set to to stop its service from Fountain to Denver unless its able to gain 1 million dollars to operate.

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Plans for National Day of Action

Posted: 04/27/2006 - Immigration reform supporters across Colorado and the nation are getting rallies organized for Monday, May 1.

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Baby Chicks At Doherty High School

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Flocks of baby chicks and a goose are showing up at Doherty High School after brought them to school.

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Train Sparks Fire

Updated: 04/27/2006 - A wildfire sparks in southern Colorado Springs when a train passed through using its breaks. It happened just before noon, just east of the intersection of Royer and Las Vegas Street.

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Captain Ian Weikel Remembered

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Captain Ian Weikel died April 18 in Iraq. Hundreds of people gathered Wednesday to celebrate his life.

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Reports of Flasher in Northern Springs

Updated: 04/26/2006 - Colorado Spring police issue a community alert, after reports of a man exposing himself, and making sexually explicit gestures to at least two children on their way to school this morning.

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Train Crash Charges

Posted: 04/26/2006 - A Texas teenager who lost his mother and two siblings in a deadly crash almost two weeks ago has been charged in connection with that accident.

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School Bus Crashes into House

Posted: 04/26/2006 - Authorities at say 17 people are being transported to area hospitals after a Denver school bus carrying 24 middle school students crashed into a house this afternoon.

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Parking Meter Rates On The Rise?

Posted: 04/25/2006 - It's time for change... Parking change. Tuesday, the City Parking Administration and Downtown Partnership outlined their proposal to increase parking fees to Colorado Springs City Council members.

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Patching Up City Potholes

Updated: 04/25/2006 - Many of us drivers get irritated with one thing on the roads: potholes, but the city is trying to change that during a week-long “Operation Pothole”.

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Arson and Burglary at a Local Church

Posted: 04/24/2006 - A local church leader calls three attacks in the last month on his place of worship anti-Christian. The third happened overnight when police say someone broke into St. Francis Episcopal Church, stealing a computer, a bass guitar and other smaller items.

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Saving at the Fuel Pump

Posted: 04/24/2006 - It's happening again. A gallon of gas is getting close to three dollars or more, depending on what octane you're buying. Economists say prices won't be going down anytime soon, so cutting your costs for fuel will be up to you. Experts say drivers can save some big bucks if they break some bad habits.

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Case Of The Missing Zoo Birds

Posted: 04/24/2006 - Two birds are still missing from the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and zookeepers are losing hope they are still alive.

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Distracted Drivers

Updated: 04/23/2006 - Using cameras to record automobile drivers' every move, a federal study found that nearly 80 percent of crashes involved people who were distracted or drowsy within seconds of impact.

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Child Shoots Brother

Updated: 04/23/2006 - Pueblo police say a three-year-old boy accidentally shot his five-year-old brother in the left arm.

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Fatal Canoe Accident

Updated: 04/23/2006 - A 22-year-old Colorado Springs man drowned and his brother was injured when their canoe capsized in Skagway Reservoir near Victor.

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Cadet Falls 200 Feet On Hike

Posted: 04/22/2006 - An air force academy cadet is in critical condition after falling 200 feet while hiking Eagle Peek Saturday afternoon. Academy officials say Cadet 3rd Class Tom Avolio was hiking the mountain with 2 other cadets, when he fell and sustained serious injuries.

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Camp Fire Safety

Updated: 04/22/2006 - It doesn't take long for a camp fire to get out of control, especially with these dry conditions. It is important to know the proper way to start and put out a campfire. The U.S. Forest Service working to make sure campers know the proper techniques.

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