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Tracking Santa

Updated: 12/22/2003 - The first man to track Santa for NORAD talks about that very first phone call.

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Tough Times for Charities

Updated: 12/22/2003 - The Better Business Bureau and the Red Cross are both consolidating their Pueblo and Colorado Springs offices.

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Owens Spends Federal Funds

Updated: 12/22/2003 - The governor allocated $111.3 million for transportation projects and help for state community projects and heating assistance.

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Flu's Decline Continues

Updated: 12/23/2003 - New numbers released on Monday show the state's flu cases continue to decrease in number. But some health officials say we could still be hit hard in a few weeks.

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Columbine Victim Struggling to Move On

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Nearly five years after the Columbine shootings, the family of one student wounded in the attacks is still struggling, financially and emotionally.

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Flu Cases

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Officials say the flu is slowing down in El Paso County.

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Cold Front

Updated: 12/21/2003 - Winter weather is moving into Colorado, bringing snow from the San Juan Mountains to the Eastern Plains.

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Academy Closes to Visitors

Updated: 12/21/2003 - In response to heightened national security conditions, the U.S. Air Force Academy is now closed to visitors.

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Terror Alert

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Gov. Owens said it appears Colorado is not specifically mentioned in the intelligence that led the federal government to elevate the terror threat to orange.

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More Vaccines

Updated: 12/20/2003 - Just as the disease may be tapering off, the state has acquired some more relief.

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Drug Trafficker Caught

Scales of Justice

Updated: 12/20/2003 - A reputed drug trafficker, who fled to Mexico in 1998 after killing a man in Pueblo County, is convicted and sentenced in a Mexican court.

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Allard in 2008?

Updated: 12/20/2003 - Could it be Senator Wayne Allard is seeking re-election?

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Bush Approval Rating

Updated: 12/20/2003 - President Bush is planning to run for re-election and a recent poll shows most Coloradons would like to see him back in office.

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Food Bank Shortage

Updated: 12/20/2003 - Millions of people will gather around the dinner table this Christmas and get their fill of sumptuous dishes and holiday treats. But for one local food bank, it's a completely different story. The shelves are empty because donations are low this year.

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Suspect Tries to Run Over Officer

Updated: 12/19/2003 - A routine traffic stop for a motorcycle officer in Colorado Springs ends with a chase and a manhunt. Now, police need your help to find the suspect.

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Kobe Bryant-Back in Court

Updated: 12/19/2003 - In a day-long hearing, the NBA star's attorneys and prosecutors wrangle over several issues, including the medical history of Bryant's accuser.

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Investigators Won't Give Up

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Nearly 10 months after a deadly fire that claimed the lives of three young children, Colorado Springs fire investigators are still looking for answers.

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More Vaccine Coming to Colorado

Updated: 12/19/2003 - The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says it has obtained 2,280 more doses of flu vaccine.

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Allard Considering Retirement?

Updated: 12/19/2003 - The Republican senator has said he will step down after serving two terms, but he did leave himself an "out."

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Elderly Neglect

Updated: 12/19/2003 - A man accused of starving his 80-year-old father and leaving him covered in waste has been arrested.

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Medical Policy Reforms

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Gov. Owens is ordering a review of privacy laws in after a former nurse was arrested in an East Coast hospital murder case.

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Michael Jackson Charged

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Michael Jackson has been formally charged with repeatedly molesting a cancer-stricken boy.

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Busy Day for Postal Carriers

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Wednesday marked the busiest day of the year for the men and women who carry mail in the United States.

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