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Speeding Fines

Updated: 10/18/2003 - Colorado Springs is reducing its budget with higher speeding fines.

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Opening Night

Updated: 10/18/2003 - After 6 months of uncertainty, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic opened to a full house. Like many symphonies across the country, the Springs Symphony Orchestra went bankrupt earlier this year. But now, they're back at the Pikes Peak Center.

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Red Rock Canyon Park

Updated: 10/18/2003 - This morning some Springs residents got a sneak preview of Red Rock Canyon Park.

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Colorado Catholics Celebrate Pope's 25th Anniversary

Updated: 10/16/2003 - On Thursday, Pope John Paul II observed his 25th year as leader of the Catholic Church. Many followers in Colorado Springs say, despite failing health, they believe his message still gets stronger.

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Heroes Honored

Updated: 10/16/2003 - The Colorado Springs Police Department recognizes local military members and police officers for their efforts "above and beyond" the call of duty. That includes Sgt. Richard Reisler, an officer who saved a kidnapping victim.

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New Defensive Missile System

Homeland Security

Updated: 10/16/2003 - A new defensive missile system is nearly ready to go. At the controls---a newly activated brigade based at Peterson AFB and Cheyenne Mountain.

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Olympic Doping Scandal

Updated: 10/16/2003 - The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, based in Colorado Springs, has uncovered a widespread conspiracy involving coaches, chemists and track athletes who tested positive for steroid use.

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Preliminary Hearing

Updated: 10/16/2003 - Preliminary hearing wraps up in Kobe Bryant case. Decision on trial may come by Monday.

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AMBER Alert Help

Updated: 10/16/2003 - State law enforcement officials hope computer equipment will speed up AMBER Alert process.

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Soldier Identified

Updated: 10/16/2003 - Fort Carson soldier who drowned in Euphrates River in Iraq is identified.

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Smoking Bans

Updated: 10/16/2003 - Broomfield joins list of communities with smoking ban in public buildings.

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Colorado State Fair

Updated: 10/16/2003 - State Fair could lose several days next year.

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Health Insurance

Updated: 10/14/2003 - The state is going to stop enrolling new patients in a health insurance program for poor children.

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Lawsuit

Updated: 10/15/2003 - The fired personnel director of the Pueblo City-County Library has filed a $1 million lawsuit.

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Medicinal Marijuana

Updated: 10/14/2003 - The Supreme Court cleared the way today for state laws allowing sick patients to smoke marijuana if a doctor says they should.

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Kobe Bryant Case

Updated: 10/15/2003 - The judge in the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case has received high marks from legal analysts.

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Casualty

Updated: 10/15/2003 - Central Command says a 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment soldier was found dead in Iraq's Euphrates River late Monday.

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Columbus Day Protests

Updated: 10/13/2003 - Celebrations are met with protests at Columbus Day ceremonies in Pueblo.

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Kobe Bryant Case

Updated: 10/13/2003 - A defense lawyer observing the pre-trial hearing for Kobe Bryant in Eagle County says the judge is trying to give both sides time to state their cases.

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Speeding Tickets Increase

Updated: 10/13/2003 - Lower speeding limits in Colorado Springs neighborhoods are increasing the number of tickets issued by city police.

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No Extra Parking

Updated: 10/12/2003 - Vail is backtracking on a proposed plan to offer more parking to skiiers and snowboarders this season.

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Flu Clinics

Updated: 10/12/2003 - Memorial Hospital is holding flu clinics for the month of October. Some locations and a phone number for more information will be provided

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