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Highway 115 Renamed Near Fort Carson

Updated: 05/27/2004 - Highway 115 along Fort Carson was literally the “Road to Vietnam” for thousands of soldiers during one of the toughest times in American history. So it was only appropriate that that stretch of road be renamed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway.

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Fort Carson Unveils War Memorial

Updated: 05/27/2004 - A towering granite memorial now pays tribute to some of Fort Carson's fallen heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Kobe Bryant Back in Court

Updated: 05/27/2004 - In an Eagle County courtroom on Thursday, Kobe Bryant's attorneys said DNA from two men could prove that his alleged victim lied about her sex life.

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CU Coach Reinstated

Updated: 05/27/2004 - The University of Colorado has reinstated suspended football coach Gary Barnett, and made it clear that no one will lose their jobs because of the school's football recruiting scandal.

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Auto Insurance Investigation

Posted: 05/26/2004 - It's been nearly a year since Colorado's car insurance laws changed. But are you really saving money? In this 11 News Investigation, Jeff Marcu looks at your real insurance savings, and where else your money may be going.

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Torch Run for Special Olympians

Updated: 05/25/2004 - Runners are making their way through Southern Colorado as they carry the "Flame of Hope" for this year's Summer Games.

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3rd ACR Soldiers Honored

Updated: 05/25/2004 - It's "Cavalry Week" at Fort Carson, as the military pays tribute to the men and women of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment.

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Fort Carson Soldiers May Face Reprimands

Updated: 05/25/2004 - Four Fort Carson soldiers could be reprimanded for their treatment of Iraqi prisoners. And others are facing questioning after two prisoners died.

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"Lacy's Law" Now on the Books

Updated: 05/25/2004 - It's now a felony to impersonate a police officer in Colorado. "Lacy's Law" is named for a UNC student who was kidnapped and murdered last year.

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A Soldier's Diary: SGT Ivan Planko

Updated: 05/25/2004 - A Fort Carson soldier talks about his mission in Iraq, and the heartbreak of missing his little girl's big moments in life.

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Job Market Outlook

Updated: 05/25/2004 - The national economy appears to be rebounding, and it's bringing Colorado's with it.

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Boone Fire House Project

Updated: 05/25/2004 - A southern Colorado volunteer fire department will soon have a new place to call home, thanks to the state, and some hard working prison inmates.

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Police Impersonation Bill

Updated: 05/25/2004 - Gov. Owens will sign legislation Tuesday morning, to make impersonating a police officer carry a much stiffer penalty.

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Church Vs. State

Updated: 05/24/2004 - A Colorado Springs church reached an audience of thousands Sunday night.

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Violent Faculty

Updated: 05/24/2004 - An assistant professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder has been charged with attempted second degree murder in the beating of his wife.

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Contender

Updated: 05/23/2004 - Despite what can be seen as an upset, Ken Salazar says he's still the Democrats' man in the run for Capitol Hill.

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Good News, Bad News

Updated: 05/24/2004 - There's good news and bad news when it comes to the job market.

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Uprooting

Updated: 05/24/2004 - Right now, they are pests but soon they might be reduced to a pile of sticks.

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Maximum Sentence

Updated: 05/22/2004 - A convicted murderer will spend more than 50 years in prison.

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Race for Capitol Hill

Updated: 05/22/2004 - Mike Miles is now the favored candidate in the Democratic race to take Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell's soon-to-be-open U.S. Senate seat.

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Laid to Rest

Updated: 05/22/2004 - The Evergreen family killed in last week's girder collapse on I-70 is laid to rest in New Jersey.

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The Church Strikes Back

Updated: 05/22/2004 - The church is fighting back in Massachusetts' legalization of gay marriages and the battleground is right here in Colorado Springs.

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Help Wanted

Updated: 05/22/2004 - Army contractor Halliburton Corporation is in Colorado Springs recruiting people to work for a year in the world's most dangerous places.

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Cold Case File: Lieutenant C.C. Benefiel

Posted: 05/21/2004 - On November 16, 1990, a member of the El Paso County Sheriff's Department is found shot to death in her home. Now, 14 years later, the murder of C.C. Benefiel remains unsolved. More in this Cold Case File.

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Drug Raid

Posted: 05/21/2004 - Authorities from several agencies raid an Ellicott home where a Murder Suicide took place two years ago.

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