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Illegal Tattoos

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Health officials in Pueblo concerned about dirty needles used on kids.

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Water Shortage Options

Saving Water

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Springs Utilities give Springs City Council a list of recommendations.

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Possible Deadline Extension

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Lawmaker agrees to extend the deadline for airports to screen all baggage.

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No Call Calls

Updated: 09/19/2002 - Residents will get calls confirming their names on "No Call" list.

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DIA Arrests

Updated: 09/18/2002 - Aviation officials say workers need to show social security cards.

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Property Values

Updated: 09/17/2002 - County assessors have begun reducing property values in areas burned in this summer's wildfires.

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Human West Nile Virus Case

Updated: 09/17/2002 - State health officials have confirmed the first human case of the West Nile Virus in Colorado.

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Airport Workers Arrested

Updated: 09/17/2002 - Federal agents have rounded up about 100 workers at Denver International Airport who are suspected of falsifying Social Security numbers on their applications.

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Customer Satisfaction

Updated: 09/17/2002 - J.D. Power & Associates ranks homebuilders in the Denver/Colorado Springs area.

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Firefighters Remembered

Updated: 09/16/2002 - This Saturday, Colorado Springs will host a tribute to all firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty.

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CSAP Scores

Updated: 09/16/2002 - Disabled students test results released.

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Recycled Waste Water

Updated: 09/16/2002 - Denver residents may be closer than they would like to think to drinking treated sewage water.

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Hearing Delayed

Updated: 09/17/2002 - A hearing is pushed back for a Denver native accused of supporting terrorism.

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Barton Allowed to Return Home

Updated: 09/16/2002 - The woman accused of starting the Hayman wildfire, is now allowed to leave a half-way house.

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Denver Flooding

Posted: 09/14/2002 - Denver city officials are investigating whether the massive T-Rex construction project helped to cause yesterday's street flooding.

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Radioactive Material

Updated: 09/14/2002 - State health department officials are partially lifting a ban on radioactive materials being shipped to the Cotter Corporation mill in Canon City.

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Mesa Verde Re-opening

Updated: 09/14/2002 - Officials are opening all areas of Mesa Verde National Park tomorrow.

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Ramsey Files

Updated: 09/13/2002 - A district judge considers releasing police files in the investigation of the JonBenet Ramsey murder.

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Air Force Academy Reopens

Updated: 09/13/2002 - When American went to "Orange Alert" status, security was tightened at the Colorado Springs military institution.

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Flooding in Colorado

Updated: 09/13/2002 - After months of extremely dry condtions, some parts of Colorado must contend with flash-flooding.

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Some Fire Bans Lifted

Updated: 09/13/2002 - Governor Owens lifts the statewide ban on fires, but some parts of Southern Colorado are keeping them in place.

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Hiring Freeze

Updated: 09/13/2002 - Budget issues force the city to implement a hiring freeze.

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U.N. Address

Updated: 09/13/2002 - President Bush addresses the United Nations about Iraq.

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