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  • Missing teenager and son could be headed to Colorado Springs

    Missing teenager and son could be headed to Colorado Springs

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 1:06 PM EDT2017-09-19 17:06:50 GMT
    Alexandria Temple and her son Nicholas were reported missing Sept. 8, 2017.Alexandria Temple and her son Nicholas were reported missing Sept. 8, 2017.

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children put out an alert searching for a 15-year-old mother and her young son from the Denver area. 

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children put out an alert searching for a 15-year-old mother and her young son from the Denver area. 

  • Flights to four new destinations coming to Colorado Springs Airport

    Flights to four new destinations coming to Colorado Springs Airport

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 12:50 PM EDT2017-09-19 16:50:09 GMT

    Frontier Airlines announced it will begin service to Seattle, Minneapolis, San Jose and San Antonio from the Colorado Springs Airport starting next spring.

    Frontier Airlines announced it will begin service to Seattle, Minneapolis, San Jose and San Antonio from the Colorado Springs Airport starting next spring.

  • Suspect injured in deputy-involved shooting in Fountain

    Suspect injured in deputy-involved shooting in Fountain

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 12:00 PM EDT2017-09-19 16:00:26 GMT
    El Paso County Sheriff's car crashed during pursuit in Fountain on Sept 19, 2017. (KOAA)El Paso County Sheriff's car crashed during pursuit in Fountain on Sept 19, 2017. (KOAA)

    The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says a suspect was shot by a deputy in Fountain early Tuesday morning.

    The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says a suspect was shot by a deputy in Fountain early Tuesday morning.

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  • Woodland Park Aquatic Center prices irk large families

    Woodland Park Aquatic Center prices irk large families

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 12:21 AM EDT2017-09-19 04:21:26 GMT
    The brand-new Woodland Park Aquatic Center is nearing completion of construction, with an opening day set for Sunday, August 29.  "My whole entire family has been excited about this," said Vicki Johnson-Calzadilla.  "We've been waiting for it to come in."  However, Johnson-Calzadilla is among some in the community upset with the recently-revealed fee schedule for utilization of the aquatic center.  "Now that it's here, it's just not accessi...
    The brand-new Woodland Park Aquatic Center is nearing completion of construction, with an opening day set for Sunday, August 29.  "My whole entire family has been excited about this," said Vicki Johnson-Calzadilla.  "We've been waiting for it to come in."  However, Johnson-Calzadilla is among some in the community upset with the recently-revealed fee schedule for utilization of the aquatic center.  "Now that it's here, it's just not accessi...
  • Palmer Lake residents on edge after cyclist homicide

    Palmer Lake residents on edge after cyclist homicide

    Tuesday, September 19 2017 1:02 AM EDT2017-09-19 05:02:18 GMT
    Palmer Lake community responds to the homicide of missing cyclist Tim Watkins. (KOAA)Palmer Lake community responds to the homicide of missing cyclist Tim Watkins. (KOAA)

    The death of Tim Watkins has turned into a homicide investigation. Watkins' body found in the very place where he loved to ride on Sunday and there remain a lot of unanswered questions a day later. This news has most people on edge in the heart of Palmer Lake, with a strong warning from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office to remain vigilant. "It's a small town, you feel safe in a town like this, that's why people move here," David Tenace, a neighbor said. 

    The death of Tim Watkins has turned into a homicide investigation. Watkins' body found in the very place where he loved to ride on Sunday and there remain a lot of unanswered questions a day later. This news has most people on edge in the heart of Palmer Lake, with a strong warning from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office to remain vigilant. "It's a small town, you feel safe in a town like this, that's why people move here," David Tenace, a neighbor said. 

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