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United Contract Concessions

Updated: 04/30/2003 - United Airlines win concessions from employee unions, ensuring billions of dollars in annual savings.

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Deadly Fire Considered Arson

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Sources tell 11 News, a house fire that claimed the lives of three young children is a case of arson.

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Teens Sentenced

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Two teens convicted of starting a wildfire near Bailey last year have been sentenced to probation and community service.

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United Airlines Vote

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Thousands of union employees at United Airlines are scheduled to vote Tuesday on wage concessions.

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Officer Impersonation Bill

Updated: 04/30/2003 - Gov. Owens has signed legislation that will provide tougher penalties for people who impersonate police.

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Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo

Updated: 04/29/2003 - Military families will benefit from the annual western tradition in Colorado Springs.

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Pueblo Chain Gangs

Updated: 04/28/2003 - The chain gangs are back to work in Pueblo, but this year, they're a little different.

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Owens Approves New Prison Funding

Tax System Report

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A bill that puts the state more than $300 million in debt, has received Governor Owens stamp of approval.

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Body Found

Updated: 04/28/2003 - The body of a missing Colorado Springs woman is found near a hiking trail.

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Another Iraqi Leader Captured

Posted: 04/27/2003 - As Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld continues his meetings in the Middle East, U.S. forces find what appears to be evidence of chemical weapons in Iraq.

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One Less SARS Case

Updated: 04/28/2003 - One suspected case of SARS in Colorado tests negative for the respiratory illness.

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Gay Rights Rally

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Gay rights activists gathered at city hall to express their anger at city council's decision to cut same sex benefits for city employees.

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Budget Cuts

Updated: 04/28/2003 - Social services, higher education and public aid are facing steep cuts in a state budget proposal sent to Gov. Owens.

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Personal Security Training

Updated: 04/28/2003 - A new class is being offered in Colorado Springs to teach people how to ward off an attacker, by putting them on the defensive.

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Suspicious Finds in Iraq

Updated: 04/26/2003 - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says U.S. forces will be in Iraq and Afghanistan as long as it takes to stabilize the two countries.

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Rebuilding Camp Shady Brook

Updated: 04/26/2003 - Nearly a year after being almost totally destroyed by wildfire, Camp Shady Brook will soon be up an running again.

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Reforestation

Updated: 04/26/2003 - Volunteers are working to replenish vegetation in the area burned by last year's Coal Seam wildfire near Glenwood Springs.

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Child Death Investigation

Updated: 04/26/2003 - Relatives of a child who died last week as the result of child abuse, say they warned the court his life could be in danger.

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Crime Stoppers Cold Case

Updated: 04/26/2003 - It's been one year since Jocelyn Sandberg was murdered and police still don't have any suspects in her death.

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SARS In Colorado

SARS

Updated: 04/25/2003 - A suspected case of SARS, or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, has turned up in Colorado Springs.

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Investigation of City Owned Computer

Posted: 04/25/2003 - A new investigation is under way into the actions of Colorado Springs City Councilman Charles Wingate, who has been accused of pawning a city-owned computer several times.

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Colorado Strategy for Homeland Security

Homeland Security

Updated: 04/25/2003 - Nearly 20 months since the Sept. 11 terror attacks, Colorado officials say no central agency exists to analyze the terrorist threat and coordinate a response.

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