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Council Holsters "Open Carry" Weapons

Updated: 08/12/2003 - In a close vote, Colorado Springs city council members decided to ban weapons that are carried in the open into city buildings. However, they did not rule out properly licensed concealed weapons.

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Racist Fliers

Updated: 08/12/2003 - The FBI says the group National Alliance has sent out racist messages to residents of Eagle.

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ACLU Challenges Pledge Law

Updated: 08/12/2003 - The Colorado ACLU files a lawsuit, claiming a new law is unconstitutional because it requires students to recite the pledge of allegiance.

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Another West Nile Virus Death

Updated: 08/12/2003 - Colorado leads the country in the number of cases of West Nile Virus in humans. Now, another Coloradan has died from the illness.

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Priest Accused of Abuse

Updated: 08/12/2003 - A priest accused of abuse at the Air Force Academy in the 1980s is now facing charges of abuse of a teen in the 1970s.

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Adelphia Trial Moves Forward

Updated: 08/11/2003 - A judge says the founder of Adelphia Communications will be tried along with other men accused of stealing from the bankrupt cable company.

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West Nile Death

Updated: 08/12/2003 - America's death toll from West Nile virus has risen to eight so far this year.

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Coors Field Escalator Tests

Updated: 08/09/2003 - Two Coors Field escalators will be tested this week, after July 2nd accident.

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Oil and Gas Drilling in Colorado

Posted: 08/09/2003 - The Bush administration has directed federal land managers to remove obstacles to oil and gas development in parts of five Rocky Mountain states.

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West Nile Precautions

Updated: 08/09/2003 - Colorado State Fair offering some protection from West Nile virus to visitors.

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West Nile Cases

West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/09/2003 - Health officials warn people to wear insect repellent, as West Nile cases rise.

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Child Abuse Sentence

Child Abuse Sentence

Updated: 08/09/2003 - Ellicott woman sentenced to 64 years in prison for torturing her 6 year old son.

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Rabies Case in Colorado

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Health officials say a puppy in northeast Colorado tested positive for the illness.

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Fort Carson Training

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Members of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team are training to replace soldiers in Iraq who are set to leave military service.

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FOX "Edited" Kobe Bryant's Speech

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Network decided his comment was not "suited" to accepting his award during the Teen Choice Awards.

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Colorado Springs Takes on Mosquitoes

Updated: 08/08/2003 - Health officials say the Old North End of the city is a hotbed for insects that may carry the West Nile Virus. On Friday, they made plans to eliminate some of them.

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Bryant Hearing Televised?

Updated: 08/07/2003 - Court TV asks that a camera be allowed in the courtroom when NBA star Kobe Bryant appears before the judge in October.

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"Mystery" Illness Hits Colorado

Updated: 08/07/2003 - It may have some of the same symptoms as West Nile Virus. But health officials say this illness is different.

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Living With Mountain Lions

Updated: 08/08/2003 - A recent sighting on the west side of Colorado Springs has left neighbors a little nervous.

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State Fair Takes Aim at Mosquitoes

Updated: 08/08/2003 - With the fair starting in just a matter of days, workers are busy trying to reduce the risk of West Nile virus for visitors and animals.

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Bubonic Plague

Updated: 08/07/2003 - Fleas from Prairie Dog Colonies in El Paso county test positive for Bubonic Plague.

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West Nile Virus Deaths

Updated: 08/06/2003 - West Nile virus claims three more victims. Two of them are from Pueblo County.

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