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SHOOTING
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June 13, 2016
April 20, 1999: Two heavily armed teenagers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold go on a rampage at Columbine...
Littleton, USA
From the Files - Worst Mass Shootings in the U.S.
April 20, 1999: Two heavily armed teenagers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold go on a rampage at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, shooting 12 students and a teacher to death and wounding more than 20 others before taking their own lives. REUTERS/Gary Caskey/File Photo FROM THE FILES PACKAGE - SEARCH "MASS SHOOTINGS FILES" TO FIND ALL IMAGES
NHL/
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March 13, 2009
Colorado Avalanche goaltender Patrick Roy (R) greets New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur following...
Denver, UNITED STATES
File photo of Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy as greets New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur...
Colorado Avalanche goaltender Patrick Roy (R) greets New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur following their game in Denver, in this June 10, 2001 file photo. New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, who is one win away from tying Roy's record of 551 wins by a goaltender, will face the Montreal Canadiens is his hometown of Montreal on March 14, 2009. REUTERS/Gary Caskey/Files (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/FAME
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January 12, 2009
Boston Red Sox hitting coach Jim Rice throws during batting practice before the start of a spring training...
Clearwater, UNITED STATES
File photo of Boston Red Sox hitting coach Rice throwing during batting practice in Clearwater
Boston Red Sox hitting coach Jim Rice throws during batting practice before the start of a spring training game with the Philadelphia Phillies at Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater, in this March 25, 2000 file photo. Rice has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, officials said January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Gary Caskey/Files (UNITED STATES)
BASEBALL/FAME
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January 12, 2009
Oakland A's Rickey Henderson steals second base during the second inning of a Major League Baseball game...
New York, UNITED STATES
File photo of baseball's Henderson stealing second base in Denver
Oakland A's Rickey Henderson steals second base during the second inning of a Major League Baseball game against the Colorado Rockies in Denver, Colorado, in this June 26,1998 file photo. Henderson has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, officials said January 12, 2009. REUTERS/Gary Caskey/Files (UNITED STATES)
CRIME COLUMBINE
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February 26, 2004
All the evidence weapons to security photographs in the Columbine high school shootings were opened to...
Lakewood
FAMILY MEMBERS AT PRIVATE VIEWING OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTINGS EVIDENCE IN COLORADO.
All the evidence weapons to security photographs in the Columbine high school shootings were opened to the public for viewing in Lakewood, Colorado February 26, 2004. Family members of victims of the massacre April 20, 1999, that left twelve students and one teacher dead, were given a private viewing. The evidence will go to the Colorado state archives. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME COLUMBINE
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February 26, 2004
Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar (R) announces his results from an investigation into the Columbine...
Lakewood
COLORADO ATTORNEY GENERAL ANNOUNCES SHOWING OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTING EVIDENCE.
Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar (R) announces his results from an investigation into the Columbine High School massacre, during a press conference with Jefferson County sheriff Ted Mink (L) and Jefferson County District Attorney David Thomas, in Lakewood, Colorado February 26, 2004. Sheriff Mink opened all the evidence in the shootings at Columbine high school, in which twelve students and a teacher were gunned down by fellow students Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, who donned black trench coats as they carried out the deadliest school in U.S. history, on April 20, 1999. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME COLUMBINE
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February 26, 2004
Darcey Ruegsegger (R) waits along with other interested viewers for the Columbine High School massacre...
Lakewood
FAMILY MEMBERS OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTING VICTIMS WAIT TO VIEW EVIDENCE IN COLORADO.
Darcey Ruegsegger (R) waits along with other interested viewers for the Columbine High School massacre evidence display, displayed amid tight security at the Jefferson County fairgrounds Lakewood, Colorado February 26, 2004. Ruegsegger's daughter Kasey, was one of twelve students and a teacher who were gunned down by fellow students Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, on April 20, 1999 who donned black trench coats as they carried out the deadliest school in U.S. history. Their arsenal of weapons from the massacre were put on display on Thursday, while a report said police had 15 contacts with the teen killers two years before the attack, but nothing led them to suspect the murderous spree the two had in mind. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME COLUMBINE
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February 26, 2004
A man photographs the evidence case containing the weapons used in the Columbine high school massacre,...
Lakewood
FAMILY MEMBER AT PRIVATE VIEWING OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTINGS EVIDENCE IN COLORADO.
A man photographs the evidence case containing the weapons used in the Columbine high school massacre, after the police archives were opened to the public for viewing in Lakewood, Colorado February 26, 2004. Family members of victims of the massacre April 20, 1999, that left twelve students and one teacher dead, were given a private viewing. The evidence will go to the Colorado state archives. Police had 15 contacts two years before two teenage gunmen carried out the Columbine High School massacre and killed 13 people, but nothing led authorities to suspect what the two had in mind, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME COLUMBINE
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February 26, 2004
Grieving family members review evidence of weapons and security photographs of the Columbine high school...
Lakewood
FAMILY MEMBERS AT PRIVATE VIEWING OF COLUMBINE HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTINGS EVIDENCE IN COLORADO.
Grieving family members review evidence of weapons and security photographs of the Columbine high school shootings, after they were opened to the public, in Lakewood, Colorado February 26, 2004. Family members of victims of the massacre April 20, 1999, that left twelve students and one teacher dead, were given a private viewing. The evidence will go to the Colorado state archives. Police had 15 contacts two years before two teenage gunmen carried out the Columbine High School massacre and killed 13 people, but nothing led authorities to suspect what the two had in mind, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (R) loses control of the ball against Los Angeles Lakers guard...
Denver, USA
NUGGETS FORWARD ANTHONY LOSES CONTROL OF BALL AGAINST LAKERS BRYANT.
Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (R) loses control of the ball against Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant in the second half in Denver, February 25, 2004. Bryant and Anthony both scored 35 points as the Lakers beat the Nuggets, 112-111. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) scores on a three point shot over Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT SCORES THREE OVER NUGGETS ANTHONY IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) scores on a three point shot over Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony in the fourth quarter in Denver, February 25, 2004. Both Anthony and Bryant scored 35 points in the Lakers come-from-behind 112-111 win over the Nuggets. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby dunks in front of Los Angeles Lakers forward Luke Walton in the second...
Denver, USA
DENVER NUGGETS CENTER CAMBY DUNKS IN FRONT OF LAKERS WALTON IN DENVER.
Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby dunks in front of Los Angeles Lakers forward Luke Walton in the second half in Denver February 25, 2004. The Lakers came from behind, defeating the Nuggets 112-111. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (L) drives to the basket against Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe...
Denver, USA
NUGGETS ANTHONY DRIVES AGAINST LAKERS BRYANT IN DENVER.
Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (L) drives to the basket against Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant in the second half in Denver February 25, 2004. Both Anthony and Bryant scored 35 points, as the Lakers came from behind, 112-111, to defeat the Nuggets. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NBA
RTRTDAX
February 25, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) looks to pass off while being guarded by Denver Nuggets guard...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT LOOKS TO PASS WHILE GUARDED BY NUGGETS LENARD IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) looks to pass off while being guarded by Denver Nuggets guard Voshon Lenard during the first quarter in Denver February 25, 2004. Bryant was named the Western Conference player of the week for February 17-22, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant hauls in a loose ball while starting a fast break against the Denver...
Denver, USA
LOS ANGELES LAKERS BRYANT HAULS IN LOOSE BALL STARTING FAST BREAK AGAINST NUGGETS.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant hauls in a loose ball while starting a fast break against the Denver Nuggets in the first quarter in Denver, February 25, 2004. Bryant was booed upon his introduction and during his ball handling at the Pepsi Center. Bryant faces a Eagle, Colorado charge on the sexual assault of a 19-year old Colorado woman. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NBA
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February 25, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) shakes hands with a former Lakers teammate, Jon Barry of the...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT CHATS WITH OLD TEAMMATE BARRY OF THE NUGGETS.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) shakes hands with a former Lakers teammate, Jon Barry of the Denver Nuggets, following a pre-game warm up at the Pepsi Center in Denver, February 25, 2004. Bryant was named the Western Conference player of the week for February 17-22, 2004. Bryant faces another hearing appearance in Eagle, Colorado March 1 and 2 on his sexual assault charge. Bryant is accused of assaulting a 19-year old Colorado woman. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NHL
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February 24, 2004
Calgary Flames right wing Shean Donovan (16) celebrates his teammate,Martin Geleinas' (23) goal against...
Denver, USA
FLAMES DONOVAN CELEBRATES TEAMMATE GELINAS GOAL AGAINST AVALANCHE.
Calgary Flames right wing Shean Donovan (16) celebrates his teammate,Martin Geleinas' (23) goal against Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer in the third period in Denver February 24, 2004. Calgary shut out Colorado 2-0. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
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February 24, 2004
Calgary Flames goalie Mikka Kiprusoff eyes the puck on glove save against the Colorado Avalanche in the...
Denver, USA
CALGARY FLAMES GOALIE KIPRUSOFF EYES PUCK ON GLOVE SAVE AGAINST AVALANCHE.
Calgary Flames goalie Mikka Kiprusoff eyes the puck on glove save against the Colorado Avalanche in the first period in Denver, February 24, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NHL
RTRTC0E
February 24, 2004
Colorado Avalanche left wing Peter Worrell (L) checks Calgary Flames defenseman Jordan Leopold off the...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE WORREL CHECKS FLAMES LEOPOLD OFF THE PUCK IN DENVER.
Colorado Avalanche left wing Peter Worrell (L) checks Calgary Flames defenseman Jordan Leopold off the puck during the first period in Denver February 24, 2004. Colorado leads the Northwest division. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NCAA CRIME COLLEGE
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February 18, 2004
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett was placed on administrative leave...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF GARY BARNETT.
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett was placed on administrative leave on February 18, 2004 pending an investigation by an independent panel into the coach's comments as well as a growing controversy about the school using alcohol and sex parties to recruit star athletes. Barnett is photographed in this September 13, 2003 file photo. REUTERS/Gary Caskey HK
SPORT NCAA CRIME COLLEGE
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February 18, 2004
University of Colorado Athletic Director Dick Tharp who announced that the head football coach Gary Barnett...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF DICK THARP.
University of Colorado Athletic Director Dick Tharp who announced that the head football coach Gary Barnett was placed on administrative leave on February 18, 2004 pending an investigation by an independent panel into the coach's comments as well as a growing controversy about the school using alcohol and sex parties to recruit star athletes. Tharp is photographed in this August 12, 2002 file photo. REUTERS/Gary Caskey HK
BOULDER
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February 18, 2004
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett is seen in this August 12, 2002 file...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO GARY BARNETT.
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett is seen in this August 12, 2002 file photo. Barnett was placed on administrative leave on February 18, 2004 pending an investigation by an independent panel into the coach's comments as well as a growing controversy about the school using alcohol and sex parties to recruit star athletes. REUTERS/Gary Caskey HK
SPORT NCAA CRIME COLLEGE
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February 18, 2004
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett was placed on administrative leave...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF GARY BARNETT.
The head football coach at the University of Colorado Gary Barnett was placed on administrative leave on February 18, 2004 pending an investigation by an independent panel into the coach's comments as well as a growing controversy about the school using alcohol and sex parties to recruit star athletes. Barnett is photographed in this August 12, 2002 file photo. REUTERS/Gary Caskey HK
SPORT NHL
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February 18, 2004
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve (R) makes save against Edmonton Oilers right wing Georges Laraque...
Denver, USA
COLORADO AVALANCHE GOALIE SAUVE MAKES SAVE AGAINST OILERS LARAQUE IN FIRST PERIOD IN DENVER.
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve (R) makes save against Edmonton Oilers right wing Georges Laraque on a point blank shot in the first period in Denver February 18, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
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February 18, 2004
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve (R) makes a chest save as Edmonton Oilers center Shawn Horcoff...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE GOALIE SAUVE MAKES SAVE AGAINST OILERS IN DENVER.
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve (R) makes a chest save as Edmonton Oilers center Shawn Horcoff (L) looks for rebound in the first period in Denver, February 18, 2004. Avalanche defenseman Karlis Skrastins looks on. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
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February 18, 2004
Edmonton Oilers right wing Fernando Pisani (34) checks Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay into...
Denver, USA
EDMONTON OILERS PISANI CHECKS AVALANCHE TANGUAY INTO THE BOARDS NEXT TO OILERS BENCH.
Edmonton Oilers right wing Fernando Pisani (34) checks Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay into the boards next to the Oilers bench in the first period in Denver February 18, 2004. Tanguay is tied for third for scoring points in the NHL. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NHL
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February 18, 2004
Edmonton Oilers defenseman Eric Brewer (2) congratulates goal-scoring teammate Ryan Smyth against the...
Denver, USA
EDMONTON OILERS BREWER CONGRATULATES GOAL SCORING TEAMMATE SMYTH AGAINST AVALANCHE.
Edmonton Oilers defenseman Eric Brewer (2) congratulates goal-scoring teammate Ryan Smyth against the Colorado Avalanche in Denver, February 18, 2004. Smyth scored on a power play late in the first period. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GAC
SPORT NHL
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February 18, 2004
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ryan Smyth (R) reaches for a rebound before back handing a shot past Colorado...
Denver, USA
EDMONTON OILERS SMYTH REACHES FOR REBOUND BEFORE SCORING AGAINST AVALANCHE.
Edmonton Oilers left wing Ryan Smyth (R) reaches for a rebound before back handing a shot past Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve (second from left) in the first period in Denver, February 18, 2004. Avalanche defenseman Karlis Skrastins moves in too late to prevent the goal by Smyth. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
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February 17, 2004
Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby dunks against the Philadelphia 76ERs in the third quarter in Denver...
Denver, USA
NUGGETS CENTER CAMBY DUNKS AGAINST THE 76ERS IN DENVER.
Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby dunks against the Philadelphia 76ERs in the third quarter in Denver February 17, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/JDP
SPORT NBA
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February 17, 2004
Philadelphia 76ers forward Glenn Robinson (R) ties up Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony on a drive...
Denver, USA
76ERS ROBINSON TIES UP NUGGETS ANTHONY ON DRIVE TO BASKET IN DENVER.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Glenn Robinson (R) ties up Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony on a drive to the basket in the third quarter in Denver February 17, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
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February 17, 2004
Philadelphia 76ERs guard Allen Iverson (L) reaches to control his dribble while driving against Denver...
Denver, USA
76ERS IVERSON REACHES TO CONTROL HIS DRIBBLE AGAINST NUGGETS BOYKINS IN DENVER.
Philadelphia 76ERs guard Allen Iverson (L) reaches to control his dribble while driving against Denver Nuggets guard Earl Boykins in the first half in Denver February 17, 2004. Iverson did not start against the Nuggets. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/SV
SPORT NHL
RTRSZRC
February 16, 2004
Colorado Avalanche center Peter Forsberg (L) is upended behind the Avalanche net by Vancouver Canucks...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE FORSBERG IS UPENDED BY CANUCKS RUUTU.
Colorado Avalanche center Peter Forsberg (L) is upended behind the Avalanche net by Vancouver Canucks left wing Jarkko Ruutu in the third period in Denver February 16, 2004. Vancouver beat Colorado 1-0. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZR8
February 16, 2004
Vancouver Canucks left wing Markus Naslund (19) is helped off the ice after being hit by a Colorado Avalanche...
Denver, USA
CANUCKS WINGER NASLUND IS HELPED OFF THE ICE AFTER BEING HIT BY AVALANCHE STICK.
Vancouver Canucks left wing Markus Naslund (19) is helped off the ice after being hit by a Colorado Avalanche stick in the second period in Denver February 16, 2004. Canucks defenseman Marek Malik offers assistance along with a trainer. Naslund entered the game as the NHL's leading scorer and did not return for the third period against the Avalanche. Vancouver beat Colorado 1-0. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZR1
February 16, 2004
Vancouver Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin, of Sweden, celebrates his game-winning unassisted goal against...
Denver, USA
CANUCKS WINGER SEDIN CELEBRATES GAME-WINNING GOAL AGAINST AVALANCHE.
Vancouver Canucks left wing Daniel Sedin, of Sweden, celebrates his game-winning unassisted goal against the Colorado Avalanche in the third period in Denver, February 16, 2004. Vancouver beat Colorado 1-0. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZQV
February 16, 2004
Vancouver Canucks goalie Dan Cloutier (R) eyes the puck after making a save against Colorado Avalanche...
Denver, USA
CANUCKS GOALIE CLOUTIER EYES PUCK AFTER SAVE AGAINST AVALANCHE TANGUAY IN DENVER.
Vancouver Canucks goalie Dan Cloutier (R) eyes the puck after making a save against Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay (18) in the closing minute of the third period in Denver February 16, 2004. Avalanche center Peter Forsberg looks for a rebound on the play. Cloutier made 22 saves as the Canucks shut out the Avalanche 1-0. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZQN
February 16, 2004
Vancouver Canucks right wing Todd Bertuzzi (L) falls into Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer during...
Denver, USA
CANUCKS WINGER BERTUZZI FALLS INTO AVALANCHE GOALIE AEBISCHER IN DENVER.
Vancouver Canucks right wing Todd Bertuzzi (L) falls into Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer during the first period in Denver February 16, 2004. No penalty was called on the play. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZQG
February 16, 2004
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Marek Malik (8) swats at the puck after checking Colorado Avalanche left...
Denver, USA
CANUCKS DEFENSEMAN MALIK SWATS AT PUCK IN DENVER.
Vancouver Canucks defenseman Marek Malik (8) swats at the puck after checking Colorado Avalanche left wing Steve Konowalchuk in the first period in Denver February 16, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSZQA
February 16, 2004
Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer (C) makes a pad save against Vancouver Canucks left wing Markus...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE GOALIE AEBISCHER MAKES SAVE AGAINST CANUCKS NASLUND.
Colorado Avalanche goalie David Aebischer (C) makes a pad save against Vancouver Canucks left wing Markus Naslund (19) during the first period in Denver February 16, 2004. Canucks right wing Todd Bertuzzi (L) looks for the rebound at his feet. Naslund leads the NHL in scoring with 68 points. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSRXD
February 10, 2004
New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro (L) makes a save in the third period against Colorado Avalanche...
Denver, USA
ISLANDERS GOALIE DIPIETRO MAKES SAVE AGAINST AVALANCHE WINGER KONOWALCHUK.
New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro (L) makes a save in the third period against Colorado Avalanche winger Steve Konowalchuk in Denver February 10, 2004. New York tied the Colorado 1-1. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSRX6
February 10, 2004
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve makes a save against the New York Islanders in the second period...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE GOALIE SAUVE MAKES A SAVE AGAINST THE ISLANDERS IN DENVER.
Colorado Avalanche goalie Philippe Sauve makes a save against the New York Islanders in the second period in Denver February 10, 2004. New York tied Colorado 1-1. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSRUN
February 10, 2004
New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro (back) falls to the ice after collision behind the net with Colorado...
Denver, USA
ISLANDERS GOALIE DIPIETRO FALLS TO ICE AFTER COLLISION WITH AVALANCHE WINGER KONOWALCHUK.
New York Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro (back) falls to the ice after collision behind the net with Colorado Avalanche winger Steve Konowalchuk, in the first period of their NHL game in Denver, February 10, 2004. No penalty was called on the collision but the Islanders were penalized for too many players on the ice during the play. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NHL
RTRSRUI
February 10, 2004
Colorado Avalanche left wing Brad Larsen (L) trips up New York Islanders center Eric Manlow during the...
Denver, USA
AVALANCHE WINGER LARSEN TRIPS UP ISLANDERS CENTER MANLOW.
Colorado Avalanche left wing Brad Larsen (L) trips up New York Islanders center Eric Manlow during the first period in Denver February 10, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/SV
SPORT NBA
RTRSR0N
February 09, 2004
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (L) fouls Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony in Denver February...
Denver, USA
GRIZZLIES GASOL OF SPAIN FOULS NUGGETS ANTHONY IN LAST SECOND OF GAME.
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (L) fouls Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony in Denver February 9, 2004. Anthony had stripped the ball away from Gasol before recovering the loose ball. Denver beat Memphis 86-83. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
RTRSQZH
February 09, 2004
Memphis Grizzlies forward Shane Battier (31) blocks the shot of Denver Nuggets forward Chris Andersen...
Denver, USA
GRIZZLIES BATTIER BLOCKS SHOT OF NUGGETS ANDERSEN IN DENVER.
Memphis Grizzlies forward Shane Battier (31) blocks the shot of Denver Nuggets forward Chris Andersen in the first half in Denver February 9, 2004. Andersen managed to follow through on the shot but it was wide of the backboard and recovered by the Grizzlies. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
RTRSQYW
February 09, 2004
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (R) of Spain drives against Denver Nuggets forward Chris Andersen...
Denver, USA
GRIZZLIES GASOL OF SPAIN DRIVES AGAINST NUGGETS ANDERSEN IN DENVER.
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (R) of Spain drives against Denver Nuggets forward Chris Andersen in the first quarter in Denver, February 9, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
SPORT NBA
RTRSQYP
February 09, 2004
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (R) of Spain is fouled by Denver Nuggets forward Nene of Brazil on...
Denver, USA
GRIZZLIES GASOL OF SPAIN FOULED BY NUGGETS NENE OF BRAZIL.
Memphis Grizzlies forward Pau Gasol (R) of Spain is fouled by Denver Nuggets forward Nene of Brazil on a drive to the basket in the second quarter in Denver, February 9, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
CRIME BRYANT
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February 03, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center for lunch break from his...
Eagle, USA
LAKERS NBA STAR BRYANT LEAVES EAGLE JUSTICE CENTER FOR LUNCH BREAK IN COLORADO.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center for lunch break from his suppression hearing, February 3, 2004. On Tuesday Bryant attended a suppression hearing where his attorneys argued that statements he made to police a day after a 19-year-old woman accused him of rape should be thrown out. The 25-year-old star athlete was excused from Monday's hearing because he was sick, court officials said. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME BRYANT
RTRSGEG
February 03, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (C) leaves court with his attorney Pamela Mackey (L) and a security...
Denver, USA
LAKERS NBA STAR BRYANT LEAVES COURT WITH ATTORNEY MACKEY AND SECURITY GUARD IN COLORADO.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (C) leaves court with his attorney Pamela Mackey (L) and a security guard during a break from his suppression hearing, February 3, 2004. On Tuesday Bryant attended a suppression hearing where his attorneys argued that statements he made to police a day after a 19-year-old woman accused him of rape should be thrown out. The 25-year-old star athlete was excused from Monday's hearing because he was sick, court officials said. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME BRYANT
RTRSGDP
February 03, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center alongside an unidentified...
Denver, USA
LAKERS NBA STAR BRYANT LEAVES COURT FOR LUNCH BREAK DURING HEARING IN COLORADO.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center alongside an unidentified man, for a lunch break from his suppression hearing, February 3, 2004. On Tuesday Bryant attended a suppression hearing where his attorneys argued that statements he made to police a day after a 19-year-old woman accused him of rape should be thrown out. The 25-year-old star athlete was excused from Monday's hearing because he was sick, court officials said. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME BRYANT
RTRSGDG
February 03, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center alongside a security...
Eagle, USA
LAKERS NBA STAR BRYANT LEAVES COURT FOR LUNCH BREAK DURING HEARING IN COLORADO.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) leaves the Eagle, Colorado Justice Center alongside a security guard, for a lunch break from his suppression hearing, February 3, 2004. On Tuesday Bryant attended a suppression hearing where his attorneys argued that statements he made to police a day after a 19-year-old woman accused him of rape should be thrown out. The 25-year-old star athlete was excused from Monday's hearing because he was sick, court officials said. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/GN
CRIME BRYANT
RTRSG2X
February 03, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) arrives with his attorney Pamela Mackey (L) for his suppression...
Eagle, United States of America
LAKERS BRYANT ARRIVES FOR SUPPRESSION HEARING AT EAGLE JUSTICE CENTER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (R) arrives with his attorney Pamela Mackey (L) for his suppression hearing at the Eagle, Colorado, Justice Center, February 3, 2004. Bryant missed his hearing date yesterday due to illness. Bryant is charged with sexual assault of a 19-year old Colorado woman. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/HB
CRIME BRYANT
RTRSFAN
February 02, 2004
Colorado Courts spokesperson Karen Salaz (R) announces that Los Angeles Lakers star guard Kobe Bryant...
Eagle, United States of America
COLORADO COURTS SPOKESPERSON SALAZ ANNOUNCES BRYANT ABSENCE FROM COURT.
Colorado Courts spokesperson Karen Salaz (R) announces that Los Angeles Lakers star guard Kobe Bryant was excused from appearing in court for hearings in his sexual assault charge due to illness, in Eagle, Colorado February 2, 2004. Presiding Judge Terry Ruckriegle excused Bryant from appearing for the morning session. Bryant could make an appearance in the afternoon or February 3, the second day of scheduled hearings. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC/HB
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January 18, 2004
Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller (24) drives to the basket against Miami Heat guard Bimbo Coles in the...
Denver, USA
NUGGETS GUARD MILLER DRIVES AGAINST HEAT GUARD COLES IN DENVER.
Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller (24) drives to the basket against Miami Heat guard Bimbo Coles in the second quarter of their NBA game in Denver January 18, 2004. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 18, 2004
Miami Heat forward Lamar Odom (R) and Denver Nuggets center Francisco Elson battle for a loose ball in...
Denver, USA
HEAT ODOM AND NUGGETS ELSON BATTLE FOR LOOSE BALL IN DENVER.
Miami Heat forward Lamar Odom (R) and Denver Nuggets center Francisco Elson battle for a loose ball in the second quarter in Denver January 18, 2004. The ball went out-of-bounds and possession was awarded to the Nuggets. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 07, 2004
Jacob Langdon (L), 11, Albuquerque, New Mexico, watches his favorite NBA player Los Angeles Lakers guard...
Denver, USA
LAKERS FAN LANGDON WATCHES LAKERS BRYANT IN DENVER.
Jacob Langdon (L), 11, Albuquerque, New Mexico, watches his favorite NBA player Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant play the Denver Nuggets from his courtside seat in Denver January 7, 2004. Bryant facing sexual assault charge in Eagle, Colorado was booed each time he handled the ball. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 07, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) greets Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, the NBA's number...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT GREETS NUGGETS ANTHONY BEFORE TIP OFF IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (L) greets Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, the NBA's number three overall draft choice, before the tip off in Denver January 7, 2004. Bryant is making his first NBA game appearance in Colorado since being charged with sexual assault of a 19-year old woman in Edwards, Colorado in 2003. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 07, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (8) drives against Denver Nuggets guard Voshon Lenard in the first...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT DRIVES AGAINST NUGGETS LENARD IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (8) drives against Denver Nuggets guard Voshon Lenard in the first half in Denver January 7, 2004. Bryant is making his first NBA game appearance in Colorado since being charged with sexual assault of a 19-year old woman in Edwards, Colorado in 2003. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 07, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant towels off on the bench late in the first quarter against the Denver...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT TOWELS OFF ON BENCH IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant towels off on the bench late in the first quarter against the Denver Nuggets in Denver January 7, 2004. Bryant and the Lakers have lost 5 of 6 games coming into the Lakers first appearance in Denver. Bryant is making his first NBA game appearance in Colorado since his sexual assault charge in Eagle, Colorado in 2003. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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January 07, 2004
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (8) scores over Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby in the first...
Denver, USA
LAKERS BRYANT SCORES OVER NUGGETS CAMBY IN DENVER.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (8) scores over Denver Nuggets center Marcus Camby in the first half in Denver January 7, 2004. Bryant is making his first NBA appearance in Denver since his arrest on a sexual assault charge in Eagle, Colorado in 2003. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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December 30, 2003
Denver Nuggets forward Nene (L) of Brazil knocks the ball away from Toronto Raptors guard Vince Carter...
Denver, USA
NUGGETS NENE OF BRAZIL KNOCKS BALL AWAY FROM RAPTORS CARTER IN DENVER.
Denver Nuggets forward Nene (L) of Brazil knocks the ball away from Toronto Raptors guard Vince Carter in the third quarter in Denver December 30, 2003. Carter recovered the loose ball. Toronto beat Denver 81-74. Carter leads the NBA in vote totals for the upcoming NBA All-Star game with 1.13 million votes to date. REUTERS/Gary C. Caskey GCC
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