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Coloradans Awake To Mountain Snow

Posted: 08/24/2007 - An overnight storm has left a dusting of snow on the high mountain peaks after dumping hail and rain in some parts of Colorado.

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Driver Charged In July Triple-Fatal Crash

Updated: 08/24/2007 - A tow truck driver involved in a multi-car accident in Denver that killed three people is now facing several criminal charges.

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Fallen Soldiers Honored At Fort Carson

Updated: 08/24/2007 - Specialist Justin Blackwell, 27, and 18-year-old Private First Class Jeremy Bohannon were both honored at a Fort Carson memorial Thursday.

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CU Researcher Quarantined For TB

Posted: 08/24/2007 - The University of Colorado says a research associate at the Boulder campus has tested positive for tuberculosis.

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Three Arrested In Canon City Counterfeiting Ring

Updated: 08/23/2007 - Canon City Police have busted a counterfeit ring that spanned throughout southeastern Colorado and even into Kansas. As much as three thousand dollars worth of fake currency possibly was used over the past couple months.

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Ex-Academy Drug Counselor Sentenced To 2 Years

Posted: 08/23/2007 - An Air Force Academy sergeant who formerly led the school's department in charge of drug and alcohol abuse has been sentenced to two years behind bars for wrongful use and distribution of a controlled substance.

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Recalled Baby Carrots Were Sold In Colorado

Posted: 08/23/2007 - Colorado is one of six states where baby carrots were sold that may be contaminated with bacteria that could cause diarrhea, nausea, fever and vomiting.

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Copper Thefts May Cost You

Updated: 08/23/2007 - Copper wires were ripped, stripped, pulled and cut from street lights across Colorado Springs and now, the thefts may cost you on your utility bill. It's costing CSU more than $650,000 to replace the wire in 300 street lights.

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Schools Offer Accident Insurance

Updated: 08/23/2007 - If your child gets injured while at school, either on the playground or on a field trip, you, not the school, may be the one footing the bill.

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Soldiers Saddened By News Of Blackhawk Crash

Updated: 08/23/2007 - The Department of Defense reports mechanical failure brought a U.S. Army Blackhawk down during a night operation near Tikrit, Iraq, killing all 14 soldiers on board. Pilots about to deploy are saddened, but not shaken.

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State Inspectors Overlook Schools

Updated: 08/23/2007 - There's a good chance your child's school never passed a state inspection. That's because it was probably never inspected. Lawmakers are finally stepping in to make a change.

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Train Sets Made In China Recalled

Updated: 08/22/2007 - Another toy recall out of China surfaced Wednesday: a magnetic toy train set made by Johnson Smith Company.

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