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Survey-Tested, Kid-Approved

Updated: 06/21/2004 - What's the best place to live for your kids? Move to Des Moines, Iowa or Spokane, Washington. They get an "A+" for being kid-friendly.

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Close Call

Updated: 06/20/2004 - It was a close call for a state trooper whose car was hit after he responded to an accident.

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Hire and Hire

Updated: 06/19/2004 - Colorado seems to have received the memo an economic rebound is in the works.

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Self Defense Needed

Updated: 06/19/2004 - The U.S. Olympic Committee is facing a lawsuit. And it's not who you think it might be.

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West Nile Watch

Updated: 06/19/2004 - With all the rain in recent days, public health workers urge homeowners to check their property for any standing water.

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Family Values Under Fire

Updated: 06/19/2004 - A District 11 school board member has withdrawn a proposed resolution which sparked a family values controversy.

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AFA Pool to Close

Updated: 06/18/2004 - The Air Force Academy announced it is closing its outdoor swimming pool, just days after an 11 News Investigation revealed thousands of gallons of water are going down the drain daily.

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Tornado Damage

Updated: 06/18/2004 - A Bent County family is picking up the pieces of their home after a tornado destroyed it on Wednesday.

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Unemployment Rate Drops

Updated: 06/18/2004 - Colorado's unemployment rate dipped below five percent last month, the second month in a row of year to year job gains.

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Self Sentenced to Life in Prison

Updated: 06/18/2004 - The ten-year-old son of a Colorado Springs woman murdered last year says he wanted the chance to speak his mind before a judge sentenced his mother's killer.

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Vice President Cheney in Denver

Updated: 06/18/2004 - Vice President Dick Cheney is touting the Bush administration's record on economic policy and the war on terror.

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"Survivor" Tryouts

Updated: 06/18/2004 - "Survivor" hopefuls lined up at Park Meadows Mall in Douglas County for a chance to be on the next installment of the CBS reality series.

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West Nile Virus Concerns

Updated: 06/18/2004 - With all this damp weather, health officials say it will create the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes.

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Rain, Lightning and Even Hail

Updated: 06/18/2004 - More stormy weather on Thursday had Colorado residents keeping an eye on the sky.

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"Lynn's Law"

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Relatives of those killed in crimes are praising a new state law that requires people convicted of violent crimes to serve at least 75% of their sentence.

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AFA Response to Swimming Pool Waste Complaints

Updated: 06/18/2004 - Colonel Jim Riggins, the man who overseas maintenance of the Air Force Academy's outdoor swimming pool, talked about claims that it is leaking thousands of gallons of water every day.

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Stormy Tuesday

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Tornadoes, hail and heavy rain hit parts of Colorado on Tuesday afternoon.

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Hoffman Under Fire

Colorado Buffaloes

Updated: 06/15/2004 - University of Colorado president, Elizabeth Hoffman is under fire for saying a word normally considered insulting, can be used as a term of endearment.

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Helen Hunt Elementary Fire

Updated: 06/17/2004 - A fire breaks out at a Colorado Springs elementary school, but the fire is not all firefighters had to contend with.

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Planes in Flight

Updated: 06/15/2004 - The Air Force Academy resumes flights, after having many of its aircraft grounded over safety concerns more than two months ago.

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Wal-Mart Shooter Caught

Updated: 06/17/2004 - Police in Oklahoma arrest a man wanted in the fatal shooting of a Colorado Springs teen during a confrontation in a Wal-Mart store.

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New U.S.O.C. Board

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Former baseball commissioner and California gubernatorial candidate Peter Ueberroth has been appointed chairman of the U-S Olympic Committee's new board of directors.

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Costly Leak at the Air Force Academy

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Colorado is facing another summer of drought, and residents are forced to water their lawns under tight watering restrictions. But, one place in Colorado Springs is wasting as much as 16,000 gallons a day.

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