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Protest Questions

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The Springs City Council is questioning the Police Chief about the handling of the weekend anti-war protests.

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Construction Lawsuit Bill

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The state Senate has given tentative approval to a bill that would make suing over housing construction tougher.

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Concealed Weapons Plan

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The state Senate tentatively approves a concealed weapons plan that puts local communities in charge of regulation.

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Colorado Springs Water Restrictions

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The City Council considers recommendations that would start the planting season out on restricted water usage.

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Camping Season?

Updated: 02/18/2003 - Officials predict state parks will fill up earlier than usual this year because of the drought conditions.

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Body Found

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Dogs have led rescuers to the body of a man buried in an avalanche Monday near the Loveland Ski Area.

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Tear Gas Defense

Updated: 02/18/2003 - Police in Colorado Springs are defending their use of tear gas against anti-war protests over the weekend.

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Spending Bill

Updated: 02/18/2003 - A plan to spend nearly 29 (m) million dollars a year for a new prison and other projects has won the approval of a House panel.

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Air Force Academy

Updated: 02/18/2003 - Members of the Colorado Army National Guard have been assigned to expand security at the Air Force Academy.

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Coping with Deployment

Updated: 02/17/2003 - With thousands of Southern Colorado soldiers headed overseas, families left behind must deal with their absence.

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"Through With Chew" Week

Updated: 02/17/2003 - The Colorado Department of public health and environment is urging smokeless tobacco users to quit.

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Transit Changes

Updated: 02/17/2003 - Budget cuts in Colorado Springs are forcing changes in the bus transit schedules.

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Pueblo Meth Problem

Updated: 02/17/2003 - Pueblo's methamphetamine problem is getting worse, and the cleanup is costing thousands of dollars.

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Continued Fire Danger

Updated: 02/16/2003 - Fire historians say the worst is yet to come for fire prone areas of the Rocky Mountains.

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Improve Your Gas Mileage

Updated: 02/17/2003 - Gas prices nationwide are still on the rise, but there are some things you can do to save money.

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Transit Changes

Updated: 02/16/2003 - Budget cuts in Colorado Springs are forcing cuts in the public transit schedule.

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Anti-War Protests

Updated: 02/15/2003 - Anti War protests in Colorado Springs lead to use of force by Police.

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Suspicious Truck

Updated: 02/15/2003 - Police in Colorado are looking for a suspicious tractor trailer.

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Emergency Preparedness

Updated: 02/14/2003 - With the nation now on "high alert," the city of Colorado Springs issues a pamphlet to help residents prepare, just in case of an emergency situation.

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The Psychology Of War

Updated: 02/14/2003 - The psychology of war creates fear in many people. But how much fear is too much?

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