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Meth Bill Killed

Updated: 02/04/2004 - Drugs used to manufacture methamphetamine won't be regulated after all.

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Firefighter Killed

Updated: 02/04/2004 - The Penrose Volunteer Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of its own. On Tuesday night, a car struck and killed Michael Lynch while he was working on an accident scene during snowy weather.

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Teller County Murder/Suicide

Updated: 02/05/2004 - Teller County sheriff's deputies are investigating an apparent murder suicide.

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Less Funding for Mustard Gas Cleanup

Updated: 02/03/2004 - President Bush's tight budget could delay the cleanup of mustard gas at the Pueblo Chemical Depot by up to a year.

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Code Enforcement vs. Religion

Updated: 02/03/2004 - When do a person's religious and cultural beliefs take priority over a city ordinance? That's the question at the heart of a controversy between a Colorado Springs woman, her neighbors and the city.

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Soldier Killed in Iraq

Updated: 02/03/2004 - The Defense Department has announced the death of a soldier with Colorado ties. Authorities say 20 year old Private First Class Armando Soriano of Houston died Sunday in Haditha, Iraq.

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Kobe Bryant Hearing

Updated: 02/03/2004 - On Tuesday, defense lawyers urged a judge in Eagle to bar from evidence a statement by LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant, that was recorded without his knowledge. But prosecutors say investigators did nothing wrong.

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Energy Assistance

Updated: 02/03/2004 - With utility bills on the rise, more Southern Coloradans are looking for financial help to keep their gas, electric and heat turned on.

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Russian Roulette Death

Updated: 02/01/2004 - Colorado Springs police are investigating what could be the first Russian roulette death in El Paso County since 1995.

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Independent Investigation

Updated: 02/01/2004 - More than half of the state's congressional representatives are asking for answers in the war against Iraq.

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Meth Clean-Up

Updated: 02/01/2004 - New laws could be introduced that would outline clean-up procedures for meth labs found in homes or apartments.

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Cold Medicine Bill

Updated: 02/01/2004 - Colorado's lawmakers will discuss a bill that could make it tougher for meth manufacturers to buy their ingredients.

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Deadly Weapons?

Updated: 02/01/2004 - Several other states in the country are following Colorado's discussions over dangerous dogs.

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Light Snowfall

Updated: 01/31/2004 - A light snow fell on Southern Colorado and brought along some cold temperatures.

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Trailer Fire

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Two people are burned out of their home during a morning fire. The residents of the home got out safely but there are lingering questions about the cause.

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Financial Fight

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Money problems are now turning into legal problems for El Paso County.

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Senator Miles?

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell is looking for a third term with the Senate but a local educator is looking to take the seat from him.

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Popular School

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Colorado College seems to be the place to be for this year's high school seniors.

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Free Antiviruses

Updated: 01/30/2004 - If you are having troubles with computer viruses, there is help...

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Redistricting

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Attorney General Ken Salazar has asked the U-S Supreme Court to turn down a Republican request to temporarily block a congressional redistricting plan.

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No Senate Repeat for Hart?

Updated: 01/28/2004 - A top Democratic Party official says former U.S. Senator Gary Hart probably won't run for the Senate this year.

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New Pool Technology at the YMCA

Updated: 01/28/2004 - The swimming pool at the downtown Colorado Springs YMCA could be safer for you and your family---thanks to the installation of some new technology.

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New D-60 Deputy Superintendent

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Pueblo's School District 60 has a new deputy superintendent. Dr. Edwards Fuentes replaces John Musso, who left the district in August to take a job in Washington D.C.

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Pueblo Goodwill Recovering From Arson

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Pueblo police are still looking for an arsonist. Back in November, a fire destroyed about $30,000 in donated items at the city’s Goodwill Store.

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New Hospital Proposed for Colorado Springs

Updated: 01/29/2004 - Plans are underway to build a new hospital on the city's north side, near the intersection of Union Boulevard and Briargate Parkway.

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