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Women's World Cup: U.S. wins, makes final

The United States advanced Tuesday evening to the Women's World Cup final, downing No. 1 Germany 2-0 on goals from Carli Lloyd and Kelley O'Hara.

Lloyd scored the first U.S. goal in the 69th minute of the semifinal match, converting a penalty kick af...

Introducing the energy wave of the future

Introducing the energy "wave" of the future

Colorado's energy needs are only going to go up in the years ahead.  One local engineer thinks that he has a solution.

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'Rabbit fever' confirmed in El Paso County

El Paso County Public Health says a rabbit that was found dead near Yoder has tested positive for Tularemia.

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Police: Pueblo woman forced into car and raped

Pueblo Police say a woman who was walking in an east side neighborhood Monday night was forced into a car and sexually assaulted.

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Missing AFA professor found stranded and injured, but alive

A Black Hawk helicopter and a hoist were used to rescue an Air Force Academy professor who went missing near Salida.

Crash closes Tejon Street south of downtown

A rollover crash snarled traffic south of downtown Colorado Springs Tuesday afternoon.

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Royal Gorge visitor falls to her death

Cañon City Police say a woman fell about 400 feet from an observation point on the north side of the Royal Gorge.

UPDATE: Man who admits to posting hate signs in Colorado Springs arrested

Colorado Springs police arrested a man Tuesday who told KRDO NewsChannel 13 that he posted racist signs outside of two churches and around the city.

New Colorado laws address homemade hash oil, cyberbullying

People who make marijuana hash oil with hazardous materials at home will face felony charges in Colorado, and online bullies will face harassment penalties with new state laws taking effect Wednesday.

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#HolmesTrial

Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes faces a jury. Click here for coverage from the courtroom.

Cannabis in Colorado

KRDO NewsChannel 13 investigates the financial and social impacts of legal marijuana in Colorado.

Pothole Patrol

Click here for coverage of the pothole problem in the Pikes Peak Region, and to tell us about any potholes in your neighborhood.

Southern Colorado fireworks information

Fireworks are illegal in the city of Colorado Springs, but that doesn't mean you can't have a fabulous fourth.

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Crisis in Greece: What to know

Greece announced on June 30 that it won't pay the International Monetary Fund the 1.5 billion euros it owes. Take a look at the latest developments in the Greece financial crisis and how it's affecting the United States.

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The Internet survived the leap second

This evening, a "leap second" threatened to wreak havoc across the Internet. But unlike the last leap second in 2012, the Internet continued on without a noticeable hitch.

The extra second took place at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday so that we could sync up ou...

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Girl Scouts refuse $100,000 with trans limits

It's not every day the Girl Scouts or any non-profit is handed a $100,000 pledge.

The Girl Scouts of Western Washington recently received the donation to help fund activities for girls participating in Girl Scouts.

But the gift came with a catch.

As ...

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Ballet dancer Misty Copeland makes history

American ballerina Misty Copeland, a cultural phenomenon outside the dance world, has been promoted to the highest rank of the American Ballet Theatre, becoming the first African-American female principal dancer in the company's 75-year history.

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Is PBR still cool? America's hipster beer is slowing down

Pabst Blue Ribbon was the comeback kid of cool beer brands.

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America's favorite fast food chain is...

While satisfaction with the restaurant industry has waned, the survey found Americans still eat out an average of four times a week. See which company topped the American Customer Satisfaction Index for 2015.

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Texas, Alabama blast same-sex marriage ruling

With last week's Supreme Court ruling, same-sex couples are flocking to the altar in all 50 states, right?

Eh, almost.

There are still a few holdouts, as various politicians take firm stands against a 5-to-4 high court decision they argue is revisioni...

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Can same-sex marriage make America healthier?

A few weeks ago, Carlos Santos-Herrera was in a hospital bed, ill with a rare, severe form of strep throat. He was weak, but conscious -- and worried. His family members' religious beliefs differ from his own, and he didn't want to leave decisions ab...

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Gay pride: How the world became a rainbow

Scroll through your Facebook feed and you'll already see an array of family photos, pouting selfies and delectable dinners. But over the past few of days, there's also been a bright splash of color as users have been updating their profile pics with ...

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Does poetry still matter?

Quick: Name a famous living poet. Somebody. Anybody. No, not Maya Angelou. She died last year.

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What does the same-sex marriage ruling mean for couples?

The Supreme Court extended the right to marry to same-sex couples nationwide in a landmark ruling on Friday.

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These places have the slowest Internet in the country

Do you think your Internet is slow? That's nothing compared to what these folks are going through.

If you live in Chicago, and try to connect via AT&T from 4 p.m to 11 p.m., speeds for certain websites and Internet services are basically like dial-up ...

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