Posted 9:18 AM 5/22/2013 by Bill Folsom
Orange marks can be spotted on buildings and cars throughout the tornado destruction zone in Moore, Oklahoma. It shows where rescue workers have searched for victims.
Posted 12:14 PM 5/20/2013 by Joe Bevans
The cemetery at the Air Force Academy is being decorated with American flags for each grave. Volunteers put out the flags in preparation of Memorial Day.
Posted 12:23 PM 5/17/2013 by Andy Koen
DENVER - The sheriffs from 54 of Colorado's 64 counties along with disabled gun owners and female gun owners filed a civil rights suit in federal court today against the state over the recently passed high capacity magazine ban and expanded background check laws.The plaintiffs are being (More)
Posted 12:22 PM 5/7/2013 by Bill Folsom
Barricades are down and the owl family attracting crowds along Centennial Boulevard is now gone. There is now an empty nest and a few feathers on the ground. The Division of Parks and Wildlife moved them to a bird sanctuary. Curiosity was attracting so many people it was creating potential threats to the birds and people.
Posted 11:43 AM 5/6/2013 by Bill Folsom
People wanting to see the owls nesting on Colorado Springs west side are putting themselves in danger causing traffic issues. They are standing in open traffic lanes trying for a better view. Police have had to send officers to get people out of the road. They are issuing citations.
Posted 10:05 AM 5/3/2013 by Juice Godfrey
Colorado Springs Police have confirmed to News 5 that an early morning tactical situation is over.
Springs police were assisting the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF)to serve a warrant for sexual assault, felony menacing and kidnapping when the suspect (More)
Posted 3:31 PM 4/25/2013 by Joe Bevans
This Saturday is the DEA unused drug drop off.
You can bring your unwanted or expired medications to several locations across southern Colorado.
Colorado Springs drop-off locations are at the Colorado Springs Police Ops. Center, Security Fire Station #1, County Hazmat Facility and (More)
Posted 2:33 PM 4/24/2013 by Joe Bevans
Members listened to the Governor challenge them to make Colorado the healthiest state in America to attract business. This was at a luncheon held at Sky Sox Stadium.
Posted 11:34 AM 4/23/2013 by Andy Koen
***Update*** All lanes are now open.
Two southbound lanes of Interstate 25 are blocked near the pedestrian bridge just north of the Bijou exit. Tow trucks drivers and police officers are assisting the drivers and clearing up the mess. It's not clear whether there were any injuries. However, there are no ambulances are fire fighter paramedics on the scene.
Posted 7:46 PM 4/18/2013 by Juice Godfrey
FALCON - About 100 El Paso county residents have gathered at Falcon Middle School for a town hall meeting cosponsored by County Commissioner Amy Lathen and Sheriff Terry Maketa.
The focus of the meeting is about bills currently under consideration in the state (More)
Posted 11:59 AM 4/17/2013 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - Mayor Steve Bach offered condolences Wednesday to the families of the bombing attacks at the Boston Marathon. At his monthly media briefing, Mr. Bach said the tragedy points to the need for everyone to be more vigilant while at large community events.
The mayor said he was personally sending a letter to Boston Mayor Tom Menino offer support.
Posted 1:42 PM 4/16/2013 by Joe Bevans
New city council memeber Kieth King has been chosen City Council President. Merv Bennet has been elected as President Pro Tem.
Posted 4:45 PM 4/15/2013 by Maddie Garrett
Florence Police have charged 26-year-old Nicholas Colleary Hiltz in the hostage situation and burglary at a gas station early Monday morning.
The stand-off closed down main roads in Florence and delayed nearby schools opening for two hours. Florence police responded to a burglary alarm at (More)