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Trial Of Accused Soldier Killer Continues

Posted: 11/07/2008 - Louis Bressler listens to testimony for another day, about the death of a fellow soldier Kevin Shields. Bressler is accused of shooting Shields in December of 2007.

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US Clamps Down On Iran

Posted: 11/06/2008 - Specifically, the Treasury Department announced Thursday that it is revoking Iran's so-called "U-turn" license that until now has allowed for such money transfers.

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New Commander in Chief To Take Over War On Terror

Updated: 11/02/2009 - The future of American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan came up over and over in the race for the White House. There is a great deal of interest in who will assume the role of decision maker for our armed forces and possibly answer the question of when we will see an end to the combat cycle.

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Fort Carson Soldier Sentenced In Slaying

Posted: 11/03/2008 - Twenty-four-year-old Kenneth Eastridge stood up in court Monday and apologized to the family of Kevin Shields, who was shot and killed Dec. 1.

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Syria Tells US To Shut Cultural Center, School

Posted: 10/29/2008 - The State Department says the Syrian government has asked the U.S. to close the American Cultural Center in Damascus immediately and the American School in the capital by Nov. 6.

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Homeless Sweeps Suspended For Legal Review

Posted: 10/24/2008 - The Colorado Veterans Alliance claims that the cleanup campaign has illegally discarded VA paperwork, medications, IDs and service medals that belong to homeless veterans. The group has formally notified the city it plans to file a lawsuit in federal court.

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Three U.S. Coalition Troops Killed In Afghanistan

Posted: 10/23/2008 - A roadside bomb has killed three coalition soldiers in western Afghanistan. Their nationalities haven't been released, but most coalition forces are made up of Americans.

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Families Welcome Home Ft. Carson Troops

Updated: 10/19/2008 - 50 soldiers from the 1st Squadron 6th Calvary Regiment are back on American soil. On Saturday, they were greeted with a traditional ceremony welcoming them home. 11 News re-introduces you to a family who finally got to see dad.

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Ft. Carson Soldiers Return Home

Updated: 10/16/2008 - About 170 soldiers with the 549th Quartermaster and 360th Transportation Company returned to the Mountain Post on Thursday.

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Air Force Academy Passes Command

Posted: 10/16/2008 - Brig. Gen. Samuel D. Cox has become the Air Force Academy's new commandant of cadets, the third-ranking officer at the prestigious school.

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More Screening For Some Ft. Carson Soldiers

Updated: 10/15/2008 - A spokesperson from the unit of a soldier accused of murder reports soldiers in that unit may face more mental health screening than their fellow troops.

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Terrorist Kidnappings Continue To Rise

Posted: 10/13/2008 - Analysts say a non-American is more likely to be targeted if the objective is cash. An American is more likely to be the target if it's for propaganda or terror purposes.

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Soldier Punished In Beating Of Jewish Trainee

Updated: 10/10/2008 - Pvt. Michael Handman of Atlanta said he was attacked Sept. 24 in a laundry room near his barracks days after complaining of being harassed by drill sergeants because he is Jewish.

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