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Wet Slab Avalanches


Posted: 02/28/2006 - With temperatures reaching 70 degrees and beyond in many parts of the state today, there were at least five wet slab avalanches.

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Local Man Misses Mardi Gras

Posted: 02/28/2006 - When you meet Nat Smith, it’s apparent, the Big Easy runs in his blood. “New Orleans is my mother, my father, my brother, my sister, my lover, my best friend.” But he had to leave his best friend behind and never look back after Hurricane Katrina hit.

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High Fire Danger

Updated: 03/01/2006 - Many southern Coloradans enjoyed today's warm and breezy weather, but the U.S. Forest Service is concerned about wildfires.

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Soldiers Transition Home

Updated: 03/01/2006 - Most of Fort Carson's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment soldiers are back in Colorado Springs, so their families are getting used to being back under the same roof.

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The Procession Honoring Detective Jensen

Updated: 02/27/2006 - Right after the funeral, Detective Jensen was honored with a long-standing tradition for those killed in the line of duty. A procession of police cars flooded the streets, traveling from New Life Church to the Police Operations Center.

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Remembering a Hero

Updated: 02/27/2006 - See the streaming video of the funeral of Colorado Springs Police Detective Jared Jensen.

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Troops Return Home

Updated: 02/26/2006 - It is home sweet home for more troops as about 280 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment soldiers arrived early Sunday morning. They were deployed for about a year. For one family, having their daughter overseas for 12 months was just one of the challenges they faced.

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Remembering Detective Jared Jensen

Updated: 02/26/2006 - Southern Colorado continues to mourn the loss of Colorado Springs Police Officer Jared Jensen. A wake and visitation is set to begin Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Saint Patricks Catholic Church. A memorial service will be held Monday for the slain Colorado Springs police detective. Both are open to the public.

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Pueblo Man Dies in Four-Car Accident

Posted: 02/26/2006 - Pueblo police say a 19-year-old man was killed when his car drifted into the opposite lane, hit another car and triggered a four-car pile-up.

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Gold Camp Hiking Trail Open

Posted: 02/25/2006 - Good news for hikers this weekend. Upper Gold Camp Road is open again nearly two weeks after someone started fire in Tunnel 3, forcing investigators to close the popular trail. The bad news is, investigators still don't know who lit the fire at Tunnel 3.

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Puppy Football Death

Updated: 02/25/2006 - A tiny puppy, just weeks old, has died after authorities say it was tossed around like a football by two Colorado teenagers.

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Police Chief Mourns

Posted: 02/24/2006 - Colorado Springs Police Chief Luis Velez says as soon as he heard about the shooting, he went to Memorial Hospital, so he could be there when Detective Jared Jensen's family arrived.

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Owens Visits Soldiers

Posted: 02/24/2006 - The Associated Press has learned that Governor (Bill) Owens is in the midst of a surprise visit to Iraq to meet with Colorado National Guard soldiers.

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Most Coloradans Want to Protect Roadless Areas

Posted: 02/24/2006 - A task force set up to determine what to do with roadless areas around Colorado met today in Denver, where Mayor John Hickenlooper told members that the wild country helps drive the state economy.

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Detective's Death Shakes Local Law Enforcement; Counseling Is Available

Updated: 02/23/2006 - The police are seen as some of the strongest and toughest, but Detective Jensen's death has shaken the Colorado Springs Police Department and all our local law enforcement agencies. Each one is feeling the grief and anguish amongst the unspoken bond of brotherhood.

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Three Die in Colorado Plane Crash

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Authorities say three people are dead after a plane crash near Austin, northeast of Delta in western Colorado.

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Winter Sports and Helmets

Ski Helmets

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Winter sports can be dangerous, even for experienced athletes. That's why helmets are required for alpine skiers and snowboarders in the Olympics.

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