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Cheyenne Mountain Resort cancels white nationalist conference

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News 5 Investigates has just confirmed Cheyenne Mountain Resort will not be hosting the VDARE Foundation conference in April 2018. 

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'Vague' threat causes perimeter lockdown for school Districts 60 and 70

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District 60 and District 70 in Pueblo have placed all campuses on perimeter lockdown due to an unspecified threat received via telephone. 

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Two people injured in roll-over crash in Colorado Springs Video included

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Colorado Springs Police say at least two people are injured after a car crash near Academy Boulevard and Galley Road, near the Citadel Mall. 

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Air Force Academy cadets capture hearts on America's Got Talent

The Air Force Academy's a capella group "In The Stairwell" performs "Some Nights" by fun. on America's Got Talent. (KOAA) The Air Force Academy's a capella group "In The Stairwell" performs "Some Nights" by fun. on America's Got Talent. (KOAA)
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The Air Force Academy is beaming with excitement on Tuesday night after a group of their own cadets performed live again on America's Got Talent. 

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First Alert 5 Forecast: Warmer & Drier Weather Coming!

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After what seems like a month straight we are finally starting to see some dry light at the end of the tunnel. There are of course a few rain chances left in the forecast but overall we seem to be pulling out of our monsoon pattern. The Pikes Peak region saw a few light showers through the afternoon and will keep seeing a few isolated showers through the early evening.  

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Grant money awarded to two fire departments

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Two area fire protection districts will be a little better prepared, thanks to money raised through a local sandwich shop. As a part of the Firehouse Subs Safety Foundation program, a check for more than $31,000 was awarded Wednesday to the Tri-Lakes and Canon City Fire Departments.   Tri-Lakes is using their part of the grant to provide ten sets of new turnout gear for their firefighters, while Canon City is getting a fire extinguisher training simulator for their department. ... More>>

Possible threat made to Pueblo schools, parents upset over communication breakdown Video included

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On Wednesday a lot of parents in Pueblo were demanding answers. They said they weren't notified early enough about a possible threat against schools there.  News 5 was in Pueblo to figure out what caused the breakdown in communication.   

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'I'm relieved,' community members react to VDARE conference cancellation

Cheyenne Mountain Resort Cheyenne Mountain Resort
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Cheyenne Mountain Resort sent a statement to News 5 Wednesday morning reading 'Cheyenne Mountain Resort will not be hosting the VDARE Foundation in April of next year. 

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Back In The Groove

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Only 19 days left and I've got work to do.

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UPDATE: One person dies in fatal accident in Colorado Springs

CSFD responds to serious crash at Willamette and Swope Ave. in Colorado Springs. CSFD responds to serious crash at Willamette and Swope Ave. in Colorado Springs.
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One of the three people taken to the hosptial after a serious crash at Willamette Ave. and Swope Ave. has died.

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Driver avoids injury after crashing into parked car, awning

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It happened around 4:45 Wednesday afternoon, near 16th and Maitland Avenue. 

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VIDEO: rehabilitated eagle flies again

A picture of a golden eagle release in Pueblo County after it was rehabilitated. A picture of a golden eagle release in Pueblo County after it was rehabilitated.
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A Golden Eagle is soaring again after weeks of rehabilitation at the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo. Parks and Wildlife officers found the eagle with some tissue damage and low weight several weeks ago in a ditch off of Hwy. 24. 

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Best Places To Watch The Eclipse In Colorado Springs

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The solar eclipse is getting closer and closer with August 21st now less than a week away! Pretty much anywhere you can see the sun should give you a good view, but with the natural beauty of Colorado Springs, we have a leg up on most places for something really spectacular to look at! Here are just a few suggestions we have to get a nice dose of the eclipse combined with some natural beauty!

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Masked man robs Ent branch in Rye

Police block access to the ENT branch in Rye during a robbery investigation.  (Contributed photo) Police block access to the ENT branch in Rye during a robbery investigation. (Contributed photo)
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The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office and the FBI are investigating the robbery of an ENT branch on Mt. Baldy Dr. in Rye. 

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CSP offering tips for those traveling during solar eclipse

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CSP addresses the media, with tips on what to do--and what not to do--while driving during the solar eclipse

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What the eclipse will look like in Colorado Springs

A graphic rendering of a total solar eclipse. A graphic rendering of a total solar eclipse.
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Colorado Springs is far to the south of the path of totality during the Great American Eclipse next Monday, but Southern Colorado will still see quite a show. Colorado Springs should see about 90 percent of the eclipse, which will reach its peak  Eclipse Megamovie

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Iowa Cubs shutout Sky Sox 2-0

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Stephen Vogt had his first two-hit game with the Sky Sox, but the Iowa Cubs shut out Colorado Springs, 2-0, in front of 5,159 Wednesday afternoon. 

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Around Town: August 19th and 20th

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A few of this weekend's events.

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Army Blackhawk and 5 crewmembers missing off coast of Hawaii

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A search is underway in Hawaii for survivors from a downed Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter.

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Iron Horse week heats up with combatives underway

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The third day of Iron Horse Week at Fort Carson is underway, featuring combatives competition between the troops. Fort Carson set up an Octagon for the occasion, which drew quite an audience on base and online on Facebook Live.

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President Trump disbands manufacturing, business councils

President Donald Trump speaks to the media in the lobby of Trump Tower, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017 in New York. President Donald Trump speaks to the media in the lobby of Trump Tower, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017 in New York.
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President Donald Trump says he's ending a pair of White House advisory councils that were staffed by corporate chief executives.      

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Wednesday Weather: Cooler With Spotty Showers

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A cold front that moved through Colorado last night brought some cooler air with it. That cooler air is also drier, so we feel more crisp, too.? Spotty rain will return this afternoon and this evening. High pressure behind the cold front is sliding eastward and will pass north of us. Wind flows clockwise around high pressure. Since we are south of its center, our wind will blow from the east. It will flow up the eastern slopes of the mountains. That upslope wind makes the a... More>>

Colorado Springs Albertsons become Safeway locations

The Albertsons grocery store on Union Blvd. officially turned into a Safeway location on Aug. 16, 2017. The Albertsons grocery store on Union Blvd. officially turned into a Safeway location on Aug. 16, 2017.
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All Albertsons grocery stores in Colorado Springs are now Safeway stores following a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning. 

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FBI offers $30k reward for info in Minnesota mosque bombing

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The FBI is offering a $30,000 reward for information in the bombing of a Minnesota mosque earlier this month. 

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Registration opens for El Paso County Clean Sweep event

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If you're looking to clear the garage of clutter and potentially hazardous materials, El Paso County opened up registration for its Clean Sweep event Wednesday. 

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Business owner worried eclipse will take his 'alien' goats

A Georgia man is worried the eclipse with impact his goats. A Georgia man is worried the eclipse with impact his goats.
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(WXIA) Tens of thousands of people are expected to get in their cars over the weekend with solar glasses in hand and head to Rabun County, Georgia for the total solar eclipse. 

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UN chief urges turning down rhetoric on Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Associated Press) North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Associated Press)
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U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says tensions on the Korean peninsula are at their highest level in decades and it's important "to dial down the rhetoric and to dial up diplomacy." 

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Man behind @YesYoureRacist Twitter account receives death threats

Logan Smith is the communications director for Progress NC, is the face behind the Twitter account @YesYoureRacist. Logan Smith is the communications director for Progress NC, is the face behind the Twitter account @YesYoureRacist.
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A Raleigh, North Carolina man is gaining national attention for his controversial Twitter posts following the violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend.

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Disabled truck blocks Platte Avenue during morning commute

Drivers are using the shoulder to get by a disabled truck. (City of Colorado Springs) Drivers are using the shoulder to get by a disabled truck. (City of Colorado Springs)
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A disabled 18-wheeler is blocking 2 lanes of westbound traffic on Platte Avenue near Babcock in Colorado Springs. 

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Two found dead in Pueblo West home

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The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office is conducting an investigation at a home in Pueblo West where two bodies were found this afternoon.   Deputies responded to a home in the 1000 block of Mescal Drive at 4:22 p.m. on a welfare check. Deputies entered the home and discovered the bodies of the two individuals along with the bodies of two dogs. Deputies sealed the home until a search warrant could be issued. The search warrant was issued at about 8:15 p.m. and deputies are currently...

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Survey: 2/3 of Denver renters plan to relocate within 5 years

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A new survey by apartmentlist.com reveals two-thirds of Denver renters plan to settle somewhere else within the next five years.  According to the survey, nearly half of those planning to relocate blame high rent prices as the reason. 

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Black bear spotted roaming around Colorado Springs neighborhood

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife says the male bear has been in the area since around 9 a.m.

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Your Healthy Family: Back-to-school: Give kids a healthy start Video included

One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine
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Notebooks, erasers and crayons are probably on the to-do lists of many parents, but it?s important to pencil in ways to prepare kids from the inside out too.   One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine, according to Vaishali Flask, M.D. of Cleveland Clinic Children’s. “It?s easier to make yourself wake up than it is to make yourself fall asleep; if you?re not tired, you?re not going to fall asleep...

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City of Baltimore crews remove Confederate statues overnight

The City of Baltimore moves quickly to remove Confederate statues overnight. (Mia Rosas) The City of Baltimore moves quickly to remove Confederate statues overnight. (Mia Rosas)
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A crane removed a monument to Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson" from its pedestal around 3 a.m. and placed it on a flatbed truck 45 minutes later.

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Two arrested for child abuse charges after DUI crash

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Colorado Springs Police say two people were arrested after a car crash involving two children Monday. 

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40th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death

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Wednesday marks 40 years since the death of Elvis Presley. ...

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CSU-Pueblo opens at #12 in the AFCA Preseason Poll

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CSU-Pueblo received a vote in the final 2016 AFCA poll and took the biggest jump of the unranked institutions to No. 12. The ThunderWolves have been ranked in the preseason AFCA poll for the last six seasons. 

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CC Ranked Ninth in AVCA Preseason Poll

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The Tigers received 1,081 points, which was only 25 behind No. 8 University of Texas-Dallas.

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Sky Sox rally to beat Iowa 6-4

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One batter later, Wren grounded a single up the middle with two outs to score Nieuwenhuis and give the Sox leadoff batter his second RBI of the night.

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State grant funds new, interactive playground in Cripple Creek

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A community, lacking outdoor play equipment for kids, now has a new state-of-the-art playground--thanks to a state grant.

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Arenado's rare error helps Braves beat Rockies, 4-3

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The game was tied in the eighth when Phillips reached on a one-out double off Pat Neshek (3-3). One out later Tyler Flowers hit a routine grounder to Arenado at third base, but his throw to first was off line and skipped away from Mark Reynolds, allowing Phillips to score from second.

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Mark Redwine makes first appearance in CO court

Mark Redwine booked in Washington state. Mark Redwine booked in Washington state.
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Redwine faces a 2nd degree murder charge, and Child Abuse Resulting in Death.

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CDOT predicts crowded roads ahead of solar eclipse

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I-25 is about to get even busier...

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The Path Of The Eclipse Video included

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The Path Of Totality is where the moon will completely cover the sun. That line is about 70 miles wide and will begin in Oregon and pass over cities like Idaho falls, Casper, Lincoln, Jefferson city, Nashville, and Columbia before ending for the U.S. along the South Carolina coast. Those cities will obviously have the most complete view of the eclipse with about 2 minutes and 40 seconds of darkness, but we're still pretty close to the main line of action. We can expect about 90% of t... More>>

Tuesday Evening Weather: Very Isolated Storms, Cooler Tomorrow

View from KOAA studios this afternoon  (KOAA) View from KOAA studios this afternoon (KOAA)
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Showers and storms will be very isolate this evening. Most activity will be focused on the plains where storms could be severe at times with hail, gusty winds, and heavy rain. Any of those will clear overnight with lows in the 50's. A cold front will move through the area tonight bringing in some cooler temperatures. Highs on Wednesday will be in the 70's and 80's. We'll have more cloud cover in the mix and the chance for a few isolated showers, especially around the Pikes Peak Region... More>>

Names released of woman and child found dead in Pueblo West home

Corrections officer Jennifer Hamula identified as woman found dead in Pueblo West home. Corrections officer Jennifer Hamula identified as woman found dead in Pueblo West home.
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42-year-old Jennifer Hamula and 10-year-old Stephie Hamula appear to have suffered gunshot wounds, though their cause of death is pending the outcome of the autopsies--according to the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.

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Sen. Cory Gardner holds town hall in Colorado Springs

Senator Cory Gardner hosts a town hall in Colorado Springs. Senator Cory Gardner hosts a town hall in Colorado Springs.
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Republican Senator Cory Gardner held a town hall in Colorado Springs at Pikes Peak Community College (5675 South Academy Boulevard) on Tuesday morning. 

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Trump: there is 'blame on both sides' for Charlottesville violence

President Trump comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia during an infrastructure announcement in NYC. (NBC News) President Trump comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia during an infrastructure announcement in NYC. (NBC News)
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President Donald Trump says the groups protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, were "also very violent."

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Light smoke from grass fire on Air Force Academy property

A small fire along the Santa Fe Trail near the Air Force Academy. (CDOT) A small fire along the Santa Fe Trail near the Air Force Academy. (CDOT)
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Air Force Academy and Tri-Lakes fire personnel dealt with a small grass fire near I-25.

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Solar Eclipse Facts Video included

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Some general pre-eclipse info as we await the big event.

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'That's Up To Him,' Tillerson shares thoughts on relationship with North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Associated Press) North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (Associated Press)
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the Trump administration remains interested in a dialogue with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un but is waiting for some sign of interest from Pyongyang.    

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Tuesday Weather: Sun & Stormy Spots Video included

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Showers and thunderstorms will be few around Colorado Springs and Pueblo today and more numerous over Colorado's Eastern Plains. It's over our Eastern Plains where some severe thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and this evening. An isolated tornado is possible. Bigger, more widespread threats from severe thunderstorms will be damaging wind and large hail. The risk zone today includes La Junta, Las Animas, Lamar, Springfield, and Kim. The risk level is about a 1 on a 1-5 scale. ... More>>

EPCO Sheriff's Office investigating deadly officer-involved shooting Video included

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A person is dead after an officer-involved shooting in eastern Colorado Springs near Bijou Street and Arrawanna Street.

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Mark Redwine scheduled for court appearance Tuesday afternoon

Mark Redwine returned to La Plata County, Colorado to face charges for the death of his son. Mark Redwine returned to La Plata County, Colorado to face charges for the death of his son.
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Mark Redwine will be in a La Plata County courtroom Tuesday afternoon to be advised on the charges against him relating to the death of his 13-year-old son. 

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Your Healthy Family: Antibiotic resistant gonorrhea isn't a new problem Video included

The issues we've been having with gonorrhea actually date back to the 1930's and 40's. The issues we've been having with gonorrhea actually date back to the 1930's and 40's.
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The issue of antibiotic resistant gonorrhea has been going on for a very long time. 

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Woman robbed, held at gunpoint in Colorado Springs home

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Colorado Springs Police say a woman was robbed and held at gunpoint inside her home near North Murray Boulevard and Palmer Park Boulevard Monday afternoon.

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Part of Bijou Street closed for shooting investigation

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Three blocks of East Bijou Street in Colorado Springs will remain closed until 8 a.m. Tuesday for an ongoing officer-involved shooting investigation. 

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Midnight Madness comes to Doherty to start football season Video included

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The Spartans, the largest high school in Colorado Springs, missed the 5A playoffs in 2016 due to RPI complications and don't expect those to happen this year. 

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White nationalist organization plans to hold conference at Cheyenne Mountain Resort in 2018

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News 5 Investigates has learned the Cheyenne Mountain Resort will be holding a convention for VDARE, a white nationalist group centered around "patriotic immigration reform."  VDARE is scheduled to hold a 3-day gathering at the resort April 20-22.   The convention is stirring up controversy and getting backlash over its alleged ties to the violent rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.  A spokesperson for the Cheyenne Mountain Resort tel...

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Bettis back from cancer treatment, Rockies blank Braves 3-0

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The 28-year-old Bettis led Colorado in starts (32), wins (14) and innings (186) last season. He left for a pinch-hitter in the seventh with the game still scoreless.

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Eclipse sunglasses nearly sold out, optometrists concerned

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All but one southern Colorado Walmart Supercenter is completely sold out of American Astronomical Society-approved eclipse sunglasses.  The Space Foundation Discovery Center is all out, too, along with the Pikes Peak Library District at all branches.  Only the La Junta Walmart has any eclipse sunglasses left, in the garden center, according to an associate at the store. The sudden unavailability of proper eye protection from the August 21 eclipse, now less than a week from ... More>>

Park rangers scrape man's boat, but won't pay for damages Video included

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A Widefield man enjoying his Saturday on the Pueblo Reservoir got rear ended not by another boater, but park rangers.  He thought Colorado Parks and Wildlife would pay for the damage, but News 5 Investigates has learned that likely won't happen. 

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Ambassador from El Salvador visits Pueblo

Ambassador Claudia de Cento of El Salvador visit the choir at Pueblo County High School Ambassador Claudia de Cento of El Salvador visit the choir at Pueblo County High School
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The Ambassador of El Salvador in the United States Claudia Ivette Canjura de Centeno is visiting Pueblo. She made stops at local businesses and restaurants, along with a tour of the new Arts Academy at Pueblo County High School.  El Salvador recently opened its regional consulate in Aurora back in April and Consul General Manuel Castillo invited Mrs. de Centeno to come for a longer visit to get to know communities around the state. "The goal is to make everything that we c... More>>

Fellowship program helps soldiers transition into jobs at local cities and counties

Sgt. 1st Class Eddie Medina greets the Pueblo County Board of Commissioners on the first day of his new fellowship Sgt. 1st Class Eddie Medina greets the Pueblo County Board of Commissioners on the first day of his new fellowship
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The Veterans Local Government Management Fellowship program runs a bit like a like a college internship for soldiers.  If selected, the service man or woman will spend the last 16-20 weeks of their Army enlistment actually working for a nearby local government. The soldier gets hands on experience while the city or county gets a highly skilled worker that they don't have, to pay because Uncle Sam is still writing the checks.

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Rockies RHP Bettis returns after cancer treatment

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The 28-year-old Bettis discovered a lump on his testicle last fall and underwent surgery. He passed subsequent follow-up screenings and was healthy enough to report to spring training. But a regular screening on March 10 led to a biopsy being done, which revealed the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes.

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PEDCO makes new jobs announcement, Grady's Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

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The Pueblo Economic Development Corporation made a new jobs announcement on Monday. It's part of a $5.6 million project.  PEDCO says 45 full-time jobs will  be in place by October 1, 2020 with Grady's Foodservice Equipment & Supplies. 

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Fatal crash closes southbound Marksheffel Rd. at N. Carefree

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Emergency personnel are on scene of a major crash at Marksheffel Rd. and N. Carefree to rescue someone trapped inside a vehicle. 

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CSPD releases bodycam footage in fatal February officer-involved shooting

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WARNING: Some of the content in this video may be graphic 

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Paradise Cove looking cleaner after threats to shut the area down Video included

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We're following up on a story from last year about a new fee for Guffey Gorge better known as Paradise Cove, a popular swimming hole in Teller County. Neighbors in the area were upset the cove was being trashed and parking was a mess along a small county road. 

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Cañon City victim identified following fatal shooting in McDonald's parking lot

A booking photo of Zebulon Montgomery from 2012. A booking photo of Zebulon Montgomery from 2012.
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Cañon City Police have arrested a man in connection to a deadly shooting Sunday night at the McDonald's restaurant on Fremont Drive. 

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Mark Redwine booked in La Plata County jail to face murder charge

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Mark Redwine was 'released to another state' from a the county jail in Whatcom County, Washington early Monday morning.

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Taylor Swift wins countersuit against former Denver DJ

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Former Denver DJ David Mueller has lost his lawsuit and will get no money from Taylor Swift's mom or Frank Bell, a member of her management team.

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Your Healthy Family: How to best clean and treat scrapes and cuts Video included

Dr. Tullberg says the number one thing he see people do wrong is when they go old school to clean it. Dr. Tullberg says the number one thing he see people do wrong is when they go old school to clean it.

Dr. Tullberg says the number one thing he see people do wrong is when they go old school to clean a scrape or cut.  

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Colorado 14er sold for $105 million to mystery buyer

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Along with the beautiful peak, surrounding land, and wildlife--the sale also includes three four-bedroom houses, one three-bedroom home, a two-bedroom cabin and several offices, bunkhouses, sheds, barns and more.  

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Driver critically injured in crash at Akers Dr. and N. Carefree Circle

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Colorado State Patrol is investigating a crash at the intersection of Akers Dr. and N. Carefree Circle that critically injured a driver Monday morning. 

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Sinkhole closes road in Colorado Springs

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A crew is working to fill a giant sinkhole on Mariposa St. in Colorado Springs. 

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Broncos defensive end Jared Crick latest camp casualty

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The Broncos have been hit hard along their rebuilt D-line this summer, losing defensive end Billy Winn to a torn right ACL in their preseason opener last week and Wolfe over the weekend. Also sidelined until September are nose tackle Kyle Peko (foot) and outside linebackers Shane Ray (wrist) and Shaq Barrett (hip).

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Florida couple injured after grill explodes in car

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(WESH) An Orlando, Florida man and his wife were burned Sunday when the woman lit a cigarette, sparking an explosion of a propane barbecue grill being transported in her SUV. 

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VIDEO: President Trump comments on violence in Charlottesville

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President Donald Trump is saying that "racism is evil" as he condemns the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists as "criminals and thugs."  

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Lawyers present closing arguments in Taylor Swift trial

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Taylor Swift's attorney says she's standing up for all women in her federal lawsuit by taking on a man who she says groped her and is saying "No means no." 

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Downtown partnership announces "Food Truck Tuesdays"

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People in downtown Colorado Springs could soon see more options for lunch on Tuesday afternoons. 

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PEDCO to announce new jobs coming to Pueblo

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The Pueblo Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO) announced it is bringing a $5.6 million project with new jobs to Pueblo.

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Air Force Academy's "In The Stairwell" advances to AGT quarterfinals

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The Air Force Academy's all-male a capella group "In The Stairwell" will soon be judged by the country, not the judges, on NBC's "America's Got Talent".

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D-20 introduces new curriculum to combat teen suicide

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Today, D-20 students will start classes and this year organizers are introducing a new curriculum to address last years tragic suicides. District 20's new program is about encouraging students to reach out if they or someone they know needs help.

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A landlord's nightmare: tenant says they want to cost owner thousands of dollars

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A Woodland Park landlord's worst nightmare comes true after a tenant trashes the place and says they want to cost the owner thousands of dollars to evict them. Matt Tousey posted a sign, "Bible college student dropout trashed my house," outside a property he owns in Woodland Park. 

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Your Healthy Family: Checking your kids mental health during back to school time

A good starting place is to recognize this may be one of the most important weekends to make sure you spend quality time with your kids, and do it on their level. A good starting place is to recognize this may be one of the most important weekends to make sure you spend quality time with your kids, and do it on their level.
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In today's Your Healthy Family, we here at News5 remain committed to keeping the conversation going around reducing the stigma around mental health to help reduce teen suicides in our community. With many kids either heading back to school very soon, or already back at it we want to help parents make sure their kids are in a healthy state of mind. Dr. Mark Mayfield, a licensed professional counselor, nationally certified counselor, and the President and CEO of Mayfield Counseling Cen...

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Mother dies trying to save son from creek

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A Denver mother died Sunday after jumping into Clear Creek in Golden to save her son.

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Multi-car crash on I-25 kills teen, injures 5

Scene of a serious injury accident on I-25 near Briargate Parkway Scene of a serious injury accident on I-25 near Briargate Parkway
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An early morning crash that sent a car into protective barriers caused a multi-car incident that killed a 16-year from Colorado Springs and injured 5 others. 

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Manuel Senni wins inaugural Colorado Classic

Start line for the Colorado Classic in Colorado Springs. (KOAA) Start line for the Colorado Classic in Colorado Springs. (KOAA)
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Mihkel Raim won stage four on Sunday with Travis McCabe coming in second and Jose Alfredo Rodrigues Victoria taking third in the stage. 

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Lewis Brinson shines in Sky Sox loss to New Orleans

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The homestand comes to a close Monday afternoon at 12:30 p.m. MT, with the second ARC Community Ticket Day of the week.

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Sky Sox rally falls short in 11-10 loss

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The starting right fielder would come in to score two batters later, when Rene Garcia launched a deep sacrifice fly to the center field warning track to score Orf and trim the deficit to 5-4.

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Downtown market helps grow small business community Video included

Market in Downtown Colorado Springs. Market in Downtown Colorado Springs.
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Small business is alive and thriving in downtown Colorado Springs in more ways than one. 

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Peaceful protests in Colorado cities in response to rally violence Video included

Hundreds marched in Denver to protest white supremacists. Hundreds marched in Denver to protest white supremacists.
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At least four cities in Colorado joined the nationwide movement Sunday and held peaceful protests in response to Saturday's white supremacist rally in Virginia. 

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Justin Thomas wins PGA Championship

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Thomas started the day two shots back of third-round leader Kevin Kisner, but began to make a move on the seventh hole.

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Rockies' Bettis to complete his comeback by starting Monday

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The Rockies announced before their game Sunday at Miami that Bettis will rejoin the rotation.

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Stanton hits homer No. 42 help Marlins sweep Rockies 5-3

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Following the Rockies' 5-3 loss, Arenado said his hand was swollen and stiff, but X-rays were negative. He says he hopes to be sidelined for only a couple of days and is optimistic he can avoid a stint on the disabled list.

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Nolan Arenado injured by pitch

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Major league RBI leader Nolan Arenado has left the Colorado Rockies' game at Miami after being hit on the left hand by an 88-mph fastball thrown by Vance Worley. 

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Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner on 'State of the Union'

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Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner appeared today on CNN's "State of the Union" where he said that President Donald Trump needed to make a forceful statement against white supremacy. 

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American Legion Riders continue ride through Colorado

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Sunday morning the American Legion Legacy motorcycle run continued to make its way across the nation, riding through Fremont County at about 8:00 a.m. 

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Professors urging president Trump to protect young immigrants

President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Images) President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Images)
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A group of legal scholars is urging President Donald Trump to keep a program protecting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation. 

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Fire at Windsor Mill ruled arson; reward for information offered

Aug. 6 fire at Windsor Mill ruled arson. Aug. 6 fire at Windsor Mill ruled arson.
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A reward is being offered for information in the fire at the historic Windsor Mill last week. 

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Colorado leaders react to situation in Charlottesville

Colorado leaders react to the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. Colorado leaders react to the deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Colorado leaders posted their comments on the situation in Charlottesville on Twitter Saturday. 

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American Legion's annual fundraiser ride makes stop in Pueblo Video included

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American Legion members from all around the country ride motorcycles into Pueblo Saturday as part of a big fundraising effort to raise scholarship money for children of post 9/11 fallen soldiers and disabled veterans. The Legacy Run started 12 years ago as a fundraising ride before the American Legion's National Convention. Since the Run's inception it's provided 268 scholarships and raised over one million dollars.  

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Stanton blasts 41st homer in Marlins' 4-3 win over Rockies

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Stanton has hit 20 home runs in his last 32 games. The last player to accomplish the feat in the same season was the Los Angeles Dodgers' Shawn Green in 2002, according to STATS LLC.

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Derek Wolfe injured on final day of Broncos Training Camp

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He was unable to put weight on his injured leg when he got off the cart to enter the team's facilities.

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Ryan Howard agrees to minor league deal with Rockies

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Howard hit 382 home runs for the Phillies in 13 seasons, became a free agent and signed a minor league contract with Atlanta. He was released by the Braves after he hit .184 in 11 games at Triple-A. 

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LA takes another step toward 2028 Games

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The favorable vote was expected and came less than two weeks after the city announced an agreement with international Olympic leaders that will open the way for Los Angeles to host the 2028 Games, while ceding the 2024 Games to rival Paris.

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Pyeongchang Games: IOC meeting to discuss North Korea threat

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Although tensions have been building for months amid new missile tests by the North, the pace has intensified since new sanctions were passed against Kim Jong Un's regime by the U.N. Security Council last week. It led to heated rhetoric between the United States and North Korea.

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AP Source: Broncos' Billy Winn out for 2017 with knee injury

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Winn was caught under the pile on a Bears run in the first quarter of the Broncos' exhibition game in Chicago.

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    Cheyenne Mountain Resort cancels white nationalist conference

    Cheyenne Mountain Resort cancels white nationalist conference

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 3:05 PM EDT2017-08-16 19:05:56 GMT

    News 5 Investigates has just confirmed Cheyenne Mountain Resort will not be hosting the VDARE Foundation conference in April 2018. 

    News 5 Investigates has just confirmed Cheyenne Mountain Resort will not be hosting the VDARE Foundation conference in April 2018. 

  • White nationalist organization plans to hold conference at Cheyenne Mountain Resort in 2018

    White nationalist organization plans to hold conference at Cheyenne Mountain Resort in 2018

    Tuesday, August 15 2017 1:07 AM EDT2017-08-15 05:07:52 GMT

    News 5 Investigates has learned the Cheyenne Mountain Resort will be holding a convention for VDARE, a white nationalist group centered around "patriotic immigration reform."  VDARE is scheduled to hold a 3-day gathering at the resort April 20-22.   The convention is stirring up controversy and getting backlash over its alleged ties to the violent rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.  A spokesperson for the Cheyenne Mountain Resort tel...

    News 5 Investigates has learned the Cheyenne Mountain Resort will be holding a convention for VDARE, a white nationalist group centered around "patriotic immigration reform."  VDARE is scheduled to hold a 3-day gathering at the resort April 20-22.   The convention is stirring up controversy and getting backlash over its alleged ties to the violent rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Va.  A spokesperson for the Cheyenne Mountain Resort tel...

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  • Your Healthy Family: Back-to-school: Give kids a healthy start

    Your Healthy Family: Back-to-school: Give kids a healthy start

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 10:13 AM EDT2017-08-16 14:13:04 GMT
    One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routineOne of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine

    Notebooks, erasers and crayons are probably on the to-do lists of many parents, but it?s important to pencil in ways to prepare kids from the inside out too.   One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine, according to Vaishali Flask, M.D. of Cleveland Clinic Children’s. “It?s easier to make yourself wake up than it is to make yourself fall asleep; if you?re not tired, you?re not going to fall asleep...

    Notebooks, erasers and crayons are probably on the to-do lists of many parents, but it?s important to pencil in ways to prepare kids from the inside out too.   One of the most important things parents can do for kids heading back to school is adjust their bedtime routine, according to Vaishali Flask, M.D. of Cleveland Clinic Children’s. “It?s easier to make yourself wake up than it is to make yourself fall asleep; if you?re not tired, you?re not going to fall asleep...

  • Your Healthy Family: Antibiotic resistant gonorrhea isn't a new problem

    Your Healthy Family: Antibiotic resistant gonorrhea isn't a new problem

    Tuesday, August 15 2017 9:40 AM EDT2017-08-15 13:40:45 GMT
    The issues we've been having with gonorrhea actually date back to the 1930's and 40's.The issues we've been having with gonorrhea actually date back to the 1930's and 40's.

    The issue of antibiotic resistant gonorrhea has been going on for a very long time. 

    The issue of antibiotic resistant gonorrhea has been going on for a very long time. 

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