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Wildfire Report

Updated: 04/22/2003 - Last summer's wildfires were the most destructive in state history.

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Horse Rescue

Updated: 04/22/2003 - A judge has ruled 54 neglected horses rescued from a caretaker property in Elbert County can be sold at auction.

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Same Sex Benefits

Updated: 04/22/2003 - The new Springs City Council has voted eight to one to rescind the Same Sex Benefits resolution.

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Soldier Burial

Updated: 04/22/2003 - Longmont, Colorado, native Sergeant First Class Randall Rehn was buried today with full military honors in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

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TABOR Law Controversy

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Colorado lawmakers are looking for more ways to pull the state out of its budget crunch.

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Camp Shady Brook Fire Recovery

Updated: 04/21/2003 - After last year's destructive wildfires, a popular YMCA camp for kids is in need of volunteers to help get it back in shape for the summer.

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Meth Lab Bust

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Colorado Springs Police bust another methamphetamine lab.

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Child Abuse Death

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Pueblo authorities are investigating the death of a toddler. Now, his mother and her boyfriend are in jail, charged in his death.

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Easter Sunday Celebration

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Many people in southern Colorado celebrated Easter with a different kind of ceremony.

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Son in Law Captured

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Two more of the U.S.'s most wanted Iraqi officials is in custody.

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Columbine Anniversary

Updated: 04/21/2003 - The fourth anniversary of the Columbine High School shootings, and it's the first year since the tragedy, there was no public memorial service.

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Watching for SARS

SARS

Updated: 04/21/2003 - Homeland Security officials are closely watching passengers at D.I.A for signs of the respiratory virus SARS.

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Flood Warnings

Updated: 04/20/2003 - State officials are preparing residents in burn areas about the possibility of flash floods.

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POW's Arrive Home

Updated: 04/19/2003 - Seven former prisoners of war arrive back in the U.S.

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Artificial Turf Drought Friendly

Updated: 04/19/2003 - Some Colorado residents are replacing their real grass with artificial turf to help conserve water during the drought.

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Ski Season Ending

Updated: 04/19/2003 - This weekend is the final weekend for many Colorado ski resorts.

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Task Force Expands

Updated: 04/19/2003 - Colorado Springs' Internet Task force is expected to expand it's efforts to keep children safe from sexual predators.

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Construction In Preble's Mouse Habitat

Updated: 04/18/2003 - Construction near Powers Road is interfering with a threatened species, but C-DOT is doing what they can to protect the rare mice.

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Air Force Academy Investigation

Updated: 04/18/2003 - Investigators are apparently having a hard time tracking down alleged victims of sexual assault at the Air Force Academy.

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Same-Sex Benefits

Updated: 04/18/2003 - New Colorado Springs City Council plan to end same-sex benefits to city employees.

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Local Schools Debate Voucher Program

Updated: 04/18/2003 - Students in two Colorado Springs school districts would be allowed to leave their “struggling” schools and attend private or religious schools.

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