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Columbine Victim Lawsuit

Updated: 06/28/2003 - The parents of a teenage boy shot and killed at Columbine High School in 1999 have filed suit against a former sheriff's deputy for telling them a SWAT Team member shot their son.

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Canada Lynx Not "Endangered"

Updated: 06/27/2003 - They're making a modest comeback here in Colorado, environmentalists fear the big cats are still in trouble.

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National "Do Not Call" List

Updated: 06/27/2003 - With the new national "Do Not Call" list, do Coloradans need to sign up again? The answer is no.

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Mel Gibson in Colorado Springs

Updated: 06/27/2003 - The popular movie star met with area religious leaders this week to discuss his latest project.

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Fireworks and Forests

Updated: 06/26/2003 - Over the Fourth of July weekend, law enforcement officers will be out looking for illegal fireworks in Colorado National Forests.

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New Class Arrives at AFA

Updated: 06/26/2003 - The Air Force Academy's Class of 2007 arrives on campus to face some changes.

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Nuggets Pick Anthony

Updated: 06/26/2003 - As expected, the Denver Nuggets select Syracuse standout Carmelo Anthony as their first-round draft pick.

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Where are the Bears?

Updated: 06/26/2003 - More vegetation means fewer bears in Colorado Springs this year.

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U.S.O.C. Leaving?

Updated: 06/25/2003 - Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell says he'll fight to keep the U-S Olympic Committee headquarters in Colorado Springs.

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Settlement

Updated: 06/25/2003 - A New Mexico company has paid a $30,000 fine in Colorado to settle a dispute over so-called payday loans.

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Philharmonic Donations Needed

Updated: 06/25/2003 - Four organizations are providing funding to the newly formed Colorado Springs Philharmonic, but there is a catch.

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Bankruptcy Record

Updated: 06/25/2003 - The number of bankruptcies in the state is headed for the second record year in a row.

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Verdict

Updated: 06/25/2003 - A federal jury in Denver has reached a verdict in the case against seven former guards accused of beating inmates at a federal prison near Florence.

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Water Restrictions

Water Restrictions

Updated: 06/25/2003 - Colorado Springs City Council has voted eight to one to lift two drought-related bans.

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Pueblo Prison Debate

Updated: 06/23/2003 - A public hearing in Pueblo is aimed at determing whether private land will be annexed to build a new prison.

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AFA Investigation: Independent Committee

Updated: 06/23/2003 - An independent committee on capitol hill has begun it's investigation into the allegations of sexual assault mishandling at the Air Force Academy.

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Bug Detectors

Updated: 06/23/2003 - There are ways to find out if a hidden camera is spying on you!

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Man Arrested for "Taping" Renters

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Police say a Colorado Springs man is arrested for using hidden video cameras to tape women who rented rooms in his home.

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Starr Kempf Statues

Posted: 06/22/2003 - The famous Starr Kempf sculptures, forced out of Colorado Springs, are in New Mexico, awaiting a permanent home.

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Ludlow Massacre Memorial

Updated: 06/22/2003 - The annual memorial service to honor those who died at the Ludlow massacre will go on, even as police investigate the destruction of two of the commemorative statues.

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Wildfire Danger

Updated: 06/22/2003 - Despite increased moisture this year, parts of Colorado could still be facing an above average fire season.

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No More Smoking

Updated: 06/22/2003 - Soon people won't be allowed to smoke on the Memorial Hospital campus.

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Wolf Rescue Reopens

Updated: 06/22/2003 - A wolf rescue center is open again after being destroyed by last year's Hayman Fire.

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