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  • Doherty High School back to normal status after shooting near campus

    Doherty High School back to normal status after shooting near campus

    Friday, September 22 2017 4:11 PM EDT2017-09-22 20:11:13 GMT
    An officer near the scene of a shooting across the street from Doherty High School. (KOAA)An officer near the scene of a shooting across the street from Doherty High School. (KOAA)

    Parents are now being allowed to pick up their students from Doherty High School the shelter in place status lifted after a shooting near the campus.

    Parents are now being allowed to pick up their students from Doherty High School the shelter in place status lifted after a shooting near the campus.

  • Semi fire closes I-25 south of Colorado City

    Semi fire closes I-25 south of Colorado City

    Friday, September 22 2017 2:34 PM EDT2017-09-22 18:34:34 GMT

    A semi fire closed all lanes of northbound I-25 south of Colorado City Friday morning.

    A semi fire closed all lanes of northbound I-25 south of Colorado City Friday morning.

  • Police officer hailed as hero after Cripple Creek motel fire

    Police officer hailed as hero after Cripple Creek motel fire

    Friday, September 22 2017 2:26 PM EDT2017-09-22 18:26:06 GMT
    Officer Alex Kenoyer helped rescue guests during a fire at the Cripple Creek motel. (KOAA)Officer Alex Kenoyer helped rescue guests during a fire at the Cripple Creek motel. (KOAA)

    On Sept. 12th, Alex Kenoyer was on his usual overnight shift for the Cripple Creek Police Department with his police partner.  When a call came in for a fire at the Cripple Creek motel, Kenoyer and his partner made their way over.  'The fire started to spread quicker and I noticed that there were a lot of closed doors,' said Kenoyer. ' I started pounding on the doors as hard as I could announcing you know police there's a fire," and when he didn't hear an answer...

    On Sept. 12th, Alex Kenoyer was on his usual overnight shift for the Cripple Creek Police Department with his police partner.  When a call came in for a fire at the Cripple Creek motel, Kenoyer and his partner made their way over.  'The fire started to spread quicker and I noticed that there were a lot of closed doors,' said Kenoyer. ' I started pounding on the doors as hard as I could announcing you know police there's a fire," and when he didn't hear an answer...

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