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Fort Carson Soldiers Injured

Updated: 07/03/2003 - Six members of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment are hurt when their convoy came under hostile fire, according to a military spokesperson in Iraq.

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Escalator Accident

Updated: 07/03/2003 - An accident involving one of the escalators at Coors Field in Denver sends dozens of people to the hospital.

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Wildfire Danger

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 07/03/2003 - Lots of rain this spring means there's plenty of fuel now for summer wildfires.

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Arapahoe Basin Closing

Updated: 07/02/2003 - The Arapahoe Basin ski area closed for the season Wednesday, with hot weather spoiling plans to stay open until July 4.

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Tax Amnesty

Updated: 07/03/2003 - The window of opportunity for thousands of Colorado tax cheaters has closed, but not before thousands took advantage of it.

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Roche Controversy

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Women’s groups are working to keep Air Force Secretary James Roche from becoming the new Army secretary.

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Sex Scandal

Updated: 07/02/2003 - An Air Force Academy cadet accused of raping a female cadet in a dorm room last fall will face a court-martial.

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Guards Ask for Release

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Three former Florence prison guards, accused of attacking inmates, ask a judge, to release them from jail until their sentencing.

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Colorado's Auto Insurance Changes

Updated: 07/02/2003 - The state's auto insurance system will experience "growing pains," according to Gov. Bill Owens.

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Pioneers Museum Heats Up

Updated: 07/01/2003 - Because of a broken air conditioner, the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum will cut back on its hours of operation.

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Man Mauled by Tigers

Updated: 06/30/2003 - A man is mauled by two tigers as he entered their cage to feed them at a local big cats sanctuary.

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4th of July Travel

Air Travel

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Airlines are warning travelers to arrive at airports extra early if they're traveling for the holiday.

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BBQ Tips

Updated: 06/30/2003 - Many people like to barbeque on the 4th of July, but how do you know how to find the best meat, and the best way to prepare it? 11 News has some tips.

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Fourth of July Fireworks

Updated: 07/02/2003 - Click here for a list of local fireworks displays for the 4th.

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Middle East Road to Peace

Updated: 06/29/2003 - Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement has joined a truce already agreed to by terrorist organizations Hamas and Islamis Jihad.

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Katherine Hepburn Dies

Updated: 06/29/2003 - The legendary actress Katherine Hepburn has died at the age of 96.

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Gay Pride Day

Updated: 06/29/2003 - Thousands of people gathered Sunday at the Springs' Acacia Park to celebrate gay pride day.

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Counties Issuing Driver's Licenses

Updated: 06/29/2003 - Some Colorado counties are now renewing driver's licenses after the state had to shut down some of the Deparment of Motor Vehicles offices.

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Losing Water Supply

Updated: 06/29/2003 - One water advocacy group in Colorado says the state is losing water storage space because of structural damage at more than 100 of the state's dams.

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Not Endangered

Updated: 06/28/2003 - Wildlife officials have rejected a proposal to give the Canada lynx an endangered species designation.

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Round-a-bout Troubles

Roundabout

Updated: 06/28/2003 - Roundabouts are causing some problems for drivers in Colorado Springs because many people aren't sure how they're supposed to work.

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