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Cyber-crime

Updated: 11/29/2003 - Tis the season to shop online but Colorado police are warning cyber-shoppers to watch out.

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Hynes ... Jr.

Updated: 11/29/2003 - Reporter and achor Jeannette Hynes will no longer just be putting her stories to bed. She'll also be putting her new daughter to bed as well.

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Thanksgiving Volunteers

Updated: 11/27/2003 - 250 turkeys, a mound of mashed potatoes, and plenty of green beans. All cooked by soldiers at Fort Carson and served by Salvation Army volunteers at the annual Thanksgiving Community Holiday Dinner.

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Missing Woman

Updated: 11/27/2003 - Colorado Springs police are looking for a woman who's been missing since Tuesday.

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Marriage Protest

Updated: 11/27/2003 - A Colorado Springs church is putting up a fight to make same-sex marriage legal.

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House Fire

Updated: 11/27/2003 - A Springs family has something to be thankful for today. They were able to escape from their burning home.

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Holiday Sales

Updated: 11/27/2003 - Experts predict holiday sales in the state should be up from last year but not by much.

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Holiday Meals

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Hundreds of families in need turn out for a free meal and a little support from the community.

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Flu Outbreak

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Coloradans are urged to take precautions against a nasty flu outbreak that's already claimed the lives of four children in the state.

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Holiday Travel

Holiday Travel

Updated: 11/26/2003 - So far, it's smooth sailing on the highways and at the airports this Thanksgiving weekend.

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Fort Carson Casualty

Updated: 11/26/2003 - A reservist with the 43rd Area Support Group is the 32nd soldier from the Mountain Post to die in Iraq.

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Pueblo Man Faces Kidnapping Charge

Updated: 11/26/2003 - A Pueblo man is in jail on $50,000 bond for a series of incidents, which ended when he brought guns and knives to a Pueblo West school.

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Benefits Vote Delayed

Updated: 11/25/2003 - The debate to expand health benefits for city workers, which could have included same sex partners, has been put on hold.

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Soldier's Wife Avoids Meeting with President

Updated: 11/25/2003 - The fiance of a soldier killed in Iraq says she skipped a meeting with President Bush because she is angry with the president and ``didn't want to go and be disrespectful.''

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Flu Death

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Another child has died from the flu.

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IRS Arson Sentencing

Updated: 11/25/2003 - A tax protester who set fire to an Internal Revenue Service office in what authorities called an anti-government plot was sentenced today to 33 years in federal prison.

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Toy Safety

Updated: 11/25/2003 - The Colorado Public Interest Research Foundation, or COPIRG, has released its 18th annual toy safety survey.

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Another Fort Carson Casualty

Updated: 11/24/2003 - CPL Gary Coleman got married just two weeks before he deployed to Iraq. He was scheduled to come home for a visit in a matter of days.

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Bush Visit Attracts Protesters

Updated: 11/24/2003 - A small crowd of protesters tried to send their message to President Bush as his motorcade passed by on its way to Fort Carson.

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Starr to Help Track Santa

Updated: 11/24/2003 - Former Beatle Ringo Starr has signed on to help NORAD track Santa Claus this holiday season.

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President Bush Visits Fort Carson

Updated: 11/24/2003 - President Bush delivered an emotional speech designed to rally the troops and show support for families who have lost loved ones in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Presidential Visit

Updated: 11/24/2003 - President Bush will visit Fort Carson on Monday. Some military families will have a chance to sit down and talk with the President about the war and about their lost loved ones.

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Flu Safety

Flu

Updated: 11/23/2003 - The state ranks second behind Texas in most number of flu cases nationwide. With such a serious outbreak, doctors say you can do a few simple things to keep yourself healthy.

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New Children's Hospital

Updated: 11/24/2003 - Colorado Springs parents no longer have to take their kids to Denver to see a doctor now that Memorial Hospital's board has approved spending $280,000 to establish a children's hospital right here in the Springs.

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