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More Snow for Areas Hit by Blizzard

Updated: 03/24/2003 - More snow is falling Monday for parts of the state that are still trying to dig out from last week's blizzard.

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Terry Barton Begins Serving Time

Updated: 03/24/2003 - The woman convicted for starting the Hayman wildfire is now at a federal facility in Texas. Meantime, federal prosecutors file an appeal in her case.

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Flag Sales Soar

Updated: 03/24/2003 - A local mail order flag company is seeing a huge increase in sales since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Churches Pray for Peace

Updated: 03/24/2003 - Local churches are praying for as the U.S. led war in Iraq continues.

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Mental Health in War

Updated: 03/22/2003 - Mental health workers in Colorado report a jump in people seeking psycological help since the war with Iraq began.

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Colorado Springs Graduate in War

Updated: 03/22/2003 - A Colorado Springs graduate was among the first U.S. Navy missile controllers to launch a strike on Bagdad.

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Air Force Academy Investigation

Updated: 03/22/2003 - The El Paso County District Attorney is reviewing one of the alleged rapes at the Air Force Academy at the request of the victim.

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Support Group Forming for War Families

Updated: 03/21/2003 - A Pueblo West woman is organizing a group for parents and siblings of those serving during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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Gas Prices

Gas Prices

Updated: 03/21/2003 - War in Iraq does not seem to be having a serious impact on the prices at the gas pumps.

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Drought Buster?

Updated: 03/21/2003 - This week's snow is not enough to ease upcoming watering restrictions for Colorado Springs, according to Colorado Springs Utilities.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 03/21/2003 - S. Rothschild & Co. Inc. is recalling girls' winter jackets, Comarco Inc. is recalling power adapters and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is recalling Woody dolls.

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D-60 Emergency Preparations

Updated: 03/20/2003 - District 60 schools in Pueblo are trying to make sure they're prepared for any type of biological or chemical attack that could affect students.

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OPEC Will Boost Production

Updated: 03/20/2003 - After meeting today in Austria, OPEC members say they will make up any oil shortfall resulting from the war in Iraq.

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America At War

War

Updated: 03/20/2003 - U.S. officials report the first allied casualties.

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USOC Turmoil

Updated: 03/20/2003 - U.S. Olympic officials say additional duties interfere with Olympic training.

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War Plans

Updated: 03/18/2003 - The people of Baghdad are preparing to defend themselves.

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Heightened Security for Colorado Springs

Updated: 03/18/2003 - Because of the nation's tightened security measures, you'll need to take along identification when you visit city buildings.

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March Blizzard: Road Conditions

Updated: 03/21/2003 - Colorado is slowly "defrosting" from this week's big blizzard. But even though it's Spring, we're still not at the end of our wintry weather.

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Iraq Deadline

Updated: 03/17/2003 - Saddam Hussein has 48 hours to get out -- or Iraq will see an invasion led by the United States.

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Symphony Name Change

Updated: 03/17/2003 - The Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra will soon be known by another name.

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