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Victim Forgives Her Brother for Stabbing Her

Updated: 02/08/2006 - A Colorado Springs woman is still recovering from 13 stab wounds all over her body. But, she says she’s forgiven the man who stabbed her. She says her brother, Jereme Lamberth, stabbed her. He’s now wanted for attempted first degree murder.

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Major Drug Bust in Colorado Springs

Updated: 02/08/2006 - Law enforcement officials across the country busted a major drug organization Wednesday in Colorado Springs, after nearly two years of work.

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Middle School Classes Moved to High School

Posted: 02/08/2006 - Because of the water main break at East Middle School earlier this week, students will go to class at Wasson High School for the rest of the week.

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FedEx Driver Killed In I-25 Crash

Posted: 02/08/2006 - A FedEx driver is dead, and three people are hospitalized, after an early-morning crash along Interstate 25.

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Group Combats Racism On Line

Posted: 02/07/2006 - The Anti-Defamation League launched the "Racist Skinhead Project" this week. The Web site will track and bring attention to racist activity by state and region with the goal of ending it.

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Sick at School

Updated: 02/07/2006 - It's the season for sick days. And if you've kept your kids home from school ... You're not alone.

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Delays on Highway 115

Posted: 02/07/2006 - Your commute this week could be a little more difficult.

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Veterans for Congress

Posted: 02/07/2006 - An unprecedented number of former soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines are running for Congress this year.

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Sen. Salazar Endorses Ritter for Governor

Posted: 02/07/2006 - Senator Ken Salazar has endorsed fellow Democrat Bill Ritter, and former Denver district attorney, in the Colorad governor's race.

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Inflation Rising

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Wages and benefits rose by 3-point-1 percent in 2005, but inflation rose even more.

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Top 25 Most Dangerous Intersections

Updated: 02/07/2006 - Most drivers in Colorado Springs know that Austin Bluffs and Union can be a headache during rush hour or that Academy seems to be accident-prone. Today, Colorado Springs Police released the top 25 most dangerous intersections in the city.

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Colorado Roads Are Some Of The Deadliest When It Comes To Drowsy Driving

Posted: 02/06/2006 - Colorado roads are some of the deadliest in the country when it comes to drowsy drivers behind the wheel, and that can be just as dangerous as driving drunk. The Rocky Mountain News says Colorado is sixth in the nation for fatalities from drowsy driving.

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The Wiretapping Debate

Posted: 02/06/2006 - Is the presidential approved wiretapping program illegal, or is it essential for fighting the war on terror? Colorado Springs residents agree putting a stop to terrorist plots within U.S. borders is essential, but some say since 9-11, government snooping is going too far.

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ID Theft Risk

Posted: 02/06/2006 - Officials say some 700-thousand Coloradans are in danger of having their identities stolen after they chose to put their Social Security numbers on their drivers' licenses.

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Cavalry Museum Closes

Posted: 02/06/2006 - The Third Cavalry Museum closes its doors for the final time Monday afternoon. The museum’s staff will spend the next few months packing for the move to Ft. Hood, Texas.

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Making Your Home More Energy Efficient

Posted: 02/05/2006 - There are a few ways to save a few bucks on your next utility bill and it won’t cost you on arm and a leg to do so.

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Army Set to Use Mules

Posted: 02/05/2006 - Mules are making a comeback in the Army in Wyoming.

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Stabbing Suspect Surrenders after Standoff

Posted: 02/04/2006 - A man suspected of Stabbing a 33-year-old Colorado Springs Man is in custody following a 4 1/2 hour stand off with Police. Detectives say 35-year-old Raymond Eugene Munoz surrendered to police late Saturday afternoon.

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Fort Carson Soldier Killed

Updated: 02/05/2006 - Soldier from the newly reassigned 4th Infantry Division is killed in Iraq.

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Heating Assistance

Posted: 02/04/2006 - More help is on the way for low-income families and seniors faced with rising heating bills.

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Possible Arson Fire in Pueblo

Updated: 02/03/2006 - Pueblo County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a fire they believe was an act of arson.

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