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  • News 5 Investigates confronts squatters who invaded Pueblo woman's home

    News 5 Investigates confronts squatters who invaded Pueblo woman's home

    Friday, December 15 2017 1:06 AM EST2017-12-15 06:06:47 GMT

    Squatters take over a Pueblo woman's home and refuse to leave. Sound like a familiar case?   As News 5 Investigates has reported, police often can't do anything about these situations until homeowners evict the squatters. Lawmakers are hoping to change that next year with new legislation that will offer more protections for homeowners dealing with squatting situations. The final touches are being put on the bill this week. As soon as we have a copy of the bill, we'll s...

    Squatters take over a Pueblo woman's home and refuse to leave. Sound like a familiar case?   As News 5 Investigates has reported, police often can't do anything about these situations until homeowners evict the squatters. Lawmakers are hoping to change that next year with new legislation that will offer more protections for homeowners dealing with squatting situations. The final touches are being put on the bill this week. As soon as we have a copy of the bill, we'll s...

  • Pueblo contractor sends unhappy customers to law firm who doesn't represent him

    Pueblo contractor sends unhappy customers to law firm who doesn't represent him

    Thursday, December 14 2017 8:30 PM EST2017-12-15 01:30:28 GMT

    Joe Pacheco, the contractor at the center of a series of News 5 investigations is sending unhappy customers to his attorney, but the law firm he claims represents him actually wants nothing to do with him.  The Law Office of Christine Pacheco-Moleskin called News 5 Wednesday and said they know contractor Pacheco, but claim he is not one of their clients. 

    Joe Pacheco, the contractor at the center of a series of News 5 investigations is sending unhappy customers to his attorney, but the law firm he claims represents him actually wants nothing to do with him.  The Law Office of Christine Pacheco-Moleskin called News 5 Wednesday and said they know contractor Pacheco, but claim he is not one of their clients. 

  • Lawsuit filed against CSPD K-9 Officer after dog reportedly bites the wrong man

    Lawsuit filed against CSPD K-9 Officer after dog reportedly bites the wrong man

    Wednesday, December 13 2017 9:00 PM EST2017-12-14 02:00:04 GMT
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    A civil rights action lawsuit has been brought against a Colorado Springs Police K-9 Officer stemming from an incident that occurred in December of 2015. 

    A civil rights action lawsuit has been brought against a Colorado Springs Police K-9 Officer stemming from an incident that occurred in December of 2015. 

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  • Lane closure on North Union and East Woodmen

    Lane closure on North Union and East Woodmen

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:56 AM EST2017-12-15 13:56:19 GMT
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    Today, 12/15, the right turn lane from North Union on to East Woodmen will be closed for roughly two hours. 

    Today, 12/15, the right turn lane from North Union on to East Woodmen will be closed for roughly two hours. 

  • Marijuana grow up in flames in Yoder

    Marijuana grow up in flames in Yoder

    Friday, December 15 2017 8:25 AM EST2017-12-15 13:25:55 GMT
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    A confirmed marijuana grow is up in flames on Fred View Road, in Yoder.

    A confirmed marijuana grow is up in flames on Fred View Road, in Yoder.

  • CDOT urges drivers to be prepared for winter weather

    CDOT urges drivers to be prepared for winter weather

    Friday, December 15 2017 7:44 AM EST2017-12-15 12:44:53 GMT
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    With the first measurable snow fall in several months coming this week, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) wants to remind residents to be prepared for winter driving.

    With the first measurable snow fall in several months coming this week, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) wants to remind residents to be prepared for winter driving.

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