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Welcome Home

Posted: 04/10/2004 - Two big "welcome home's" are in order for Fort Carson soldiers returning from Iraq.

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Bronze Stars

Updated: 04/10/2004 - Bronze stars go out to 2 soldiers at Fort Carson.

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Firefighter Thief

Updated: 04/10/2004 - A San Isabel volunteer firefighter and Vietnam veteran will have to serve one year of probation and pay a $500 fine for stealing fire equipment in California.

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Skiing Laws

Updated: 04/10/2004 - Skiiers in Colorado may soon have to follow different laws for the first time in 25 years.

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Snow Preparations

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Spring storms can leave some homeowners scrambling to protect flowers and trees.

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Medicinal Marijuana Battle

Updated: 04/09/2004 - The Justice Department is asking that contempt charges be dropped against officers who confiscated medicinal marijuana from a Hayden man and then refused a judge's order to give it back.

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Hayman Burn Area Rehabilitation

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Forest officials are planting native tree seedlings in parts of the area devastated by the 138-thousand-acre Hayman fire south of Denver two years ago.

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Homecomings

Updated: 04/09/2004 - About 350 Army Reserve soldiers from Colorado are expected to be returning home this weekend after spending nearly a year in Kuwait and Iraq.

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Academy Aircraft Inspections

Updated: 04/08/2004 - A team of Air Force engineers and equipment specialists started configuration control inspections of the USAFA aircraft fleet on Wednesday.

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Officer Involved Shooting Justifiable

Updated: 04/08/2004 - The Colorado Springs District Attorney's office rules a shooting involving a Springs police officer was justified.

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Interstate 70 Reopens

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Most of the lanes of Interstate 70 are reopen after a rock slide closed the interstate early Thursday morning.

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Scam Alert

Updated: 04/08/2004 - A Colorado Springs woman wants to warn others about a scam that tries to exploit their religious beliefs and promises pennies from heaven.

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Iraq Violence

Updated: 04/07/2004 - U.S. officials say no civilians died when the military bombed a mosque compound during a battle in Fallujah, Iraq, today.

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Internment Camp Survivor

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Bill Hosokawa was only 20 when he was ordered to take his family to an internment camp in Wyoming. The reason--he was Japanese American and the country was in the midst of World War II.

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Students Get Connected!

Updated: 04/06/2004 - A virtual school is gaining in popularity around Colorado. And because it receives public money, parents don't have to pay for classroom materials.

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Eckerd Stores to Close

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Less than two months after opening three new stores in Southern Colorado, Eckerd Drug stores are closing their doors.

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Republicans Support Schaffer

Updated: 04/05/2004 - State Republican leaders are throwing their support behind former Congressman Bob Schaffer -- after Monday's announcement that real estate magnate Dave Liniger has dropped out of the race to replace GOP Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell.

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Avoiding Bear "Encounters"

Updated: 04/05/2004 - It's about time for bears to start waking up again. The Colorado Division of Wildlife has already received a few calls about sightings.

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Boating Safety Reminders

Updated: 04/05/2004 - The death of a Falcon teenager at John Martin Reservoir serves as a reminder about the importance of boating safety and obeying the laws.

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