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Kobe Bryant Case

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Kobe Bryant tearfully admitted to adultery and nothing else in a nationally televised press conference soon after he was accused of rape.

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Flights Resumed at Air Force Academy

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Forty-five aircraft previously grounded amid safety concerns were cleared for a return to normal flight operations Jan. 17 after Air Force officials regained confidence in the safety of the contract maintenance program and permanent fixes were established for all discrepancies identified.

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New Virus

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Colorado kids have another viral hurdle to handle this eyar. RSV or respiratory synchtial virus is increasing this year among children.

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No Death Penalty

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Opponents of the capital punishment think a decision to spare an accused killer in Colorado Springs could signal changing attitudes in the state.

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Endorsements Cancelled

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Kobe Bryant's sexual assault case has cost him another endorsement.

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Road Work

Updated: 01/19/2004 - You could run into even more construction delays on one of the busiest sections of I-25 this week.

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Run for Office

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Former Colorado Springs city councilwoman Sallie Clark is running for county commissioner in District 3.

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In Memory of Dr. King

Updated: 01/19/2004 - On Monday, the nation will celebrate the day dedicated to, perhaps, the greatest civil rights leader.

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Guard Deployment

Updated: 01/18/2004 - A group of 16 Colorado National Guard members are on their way to Iraq.

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Fort Carson Businesses

Updated: 01/18/2004 - Many stores and offices that cater to Fort Carson soldiers are feeling the penny pinch of their absence.

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Immigrant Rights

Updated: 01/18/2004 - Just days after President Bush's plan to give legal status to foreign workers, one Colorado lawmaker is fighting back.

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Driving Age Proposal

Updated: 01/18/2004 - Teens eager to get behind the wheel might have to wait a little longer.

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Dairy Fire

Updated: 01/17/2004 - A quiet Saturday morning shift at Sinton Dairy became anything but quiet when an explosion shook the plant at about 9:30.

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Toddler Poisoned

Updated: 01/17/2004 - The results of an autopsy of a Pueblo toddler, who was poisoned earlier this week, are in and they indicate he died from drinking a toxic cleaning solution.

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Morning After Pill

Updated: 01/17/2004 - A proposal that requires hospitals to inform rape victims about the morning-after pill is becoming an issue in the state capitol once again.

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Flights Resuming

Updated: 01/17/2004 - What comes down... must go up. Air Force Academy officials say their idle aircraft should be hitting the skies soon.

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Second Season

Updated: 01/17/2004 - Directors of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic hope this season of concerts will keep audiences coming back for more.

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Steel Company & Union Reach Agreement

Updated: 01/16/2004 - The United Steelworkers Union and Oregon Steel have announced a tentative settlement of a labor dispute in Pueblo that began more than six years ago.

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El Paso County Attorney Leaves

Updated: 01/16/2004 - El Paso County Attorney Mike Lucas has left his job after a month-long investigation into alleged nepotism.

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Moving Downtown?

Updated: 01/16/2004 - Colorado Springs business and civic leaders are asking the U.S. Olympic Committee to move its longtime headquarters to help spruce up a downtown development.

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Teens Saves Grandfather From Burning Home

Updated: 01/16/2004 - One Southern Colorado grandfather credits his 14-year-old granddaughter with rescuing him from a fire that destroyed their home.

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Arrest in Colorado Springs' First Homicide

Updated: 01/16/2004 - A police SWAT team captures the suspect in the city's first homicide of 2004. Meantime, a woman who knew the victim says he will be missed.

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Identity Theft Website

Updated: 01/15/2004 - Colorado ranks 11th in the nation for identity theft. On Thursday, Attorney General Ken Salazar unveiled a new way to help protect you.

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Charges Recommended in Deadly Dog Attack

Updated: 01/14/2004 - Sheriff's investigators today recommended two felony charges against owners of three pit bulls that killed an Elbert County horse trainer.

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It's Pothole Season

Updated: 01/14/2004 - Last year, the Colorado Springs City Streets Division received reports of 706 potholes. Crews patched up 657 of them. Now, they're tackling another crop of craters.

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