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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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Redistricting in Colorado

Posted: 02/21/2006 - The U-S Supreme Court has revived a Republican attempt to redraw congressional boundaries in Colorado.

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Troops Come Home In Droves

Updated: 02/21/2006 - Fort Carson troops are coming home in droves. Within 12 hours, more than 1,000 soldiers from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment marched in the gym doors at the Mountain Post. They were deployed for almost a year. The first homecoming started off early, around one o’clock this morning.

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Carjacking Victim Happy to be Alive

Posted: 02/21/2006 - An El Paso county man says he's happy to be alive Tuesday, after he was carjacked at gunpoint Monday night in the Walmart Supercenter parking lot near Chelton and Academy. The carjacking happened about 9:30 Monday night.

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Bush Visits N.R.E.L. in Golden, CO

Posted: 02/21/2006 - President Bush was at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden this morning where he discussed his bold plan to reduce foreign oil imports from the Middle East by 75 percent over the next 20 years.

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Owens Backs Campaign Requiring Districts to Focus on Classrooms

Posted: 02/20/2006 - Governor Owens is throwing his support behind a campaign to put a measure on the ballot in November that would force school districts to spend at least 65 percent of their operational budgets on classroom instruction.

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Home Invasions In Colorado Springs

Updated: 02/20/2006 - Families in one Colorado Springs neighborhood are on edge after 3 home invasions in one week. The latest one happened just last night. Police say all 3 are in the southeastern part of town. Two were on Zamora Circle and one was on Hawk Meadows Drive. Right now, cops don't know if they're connected.

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Bush Visits Colorado

Posted: 02/20/2006 - President Bush is in Colorado tonight and tomorrow morning to visit the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden.

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Bin Laden Vows Never to be Captured Alive

Posted: 02/19/2006 - According to an audiotape purportedly made by Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaida leader promises never to be captured alive and accuses the United States of using the same "repressive" tactics used by Saddam Hussein.

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Monday is Presidents' Day

Updated: 02/19/2006 - Tomorrow is President's Day and that means no school for many children, banks and some government offices are closed. The third Monday of February celebrates the birthdays of former presidents George Washington and Abe Lincoln and to honor presidents in general.

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Police Chiefs Oppose Immigration Bills

Posted: 02/19/2006 - The Colorado Association of Chief's of Police, which represents 150 law enforcement agencies, is opposing legislative proposals requiring local police to enforce immigration laws.

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Springs Same-Sex Decision Appealed

Updated: 02/18/2006 - The decision of a Colorado Springs judge that the city does not have to offer same-sex partner benefits to employees is being appealed to the Court of Appeals.

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