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  • Commissioner says removal from office was a witch hunt

    Commissioner says removal from office was a witch hunt

    Friday, July 14 2017 12:42 AM EDT2017-07-14 04:42:55 GMT

    In June, a judge removed Las Animas County Commissioner Anthony Abeyta from his district 1 seat after ruling that he did not live in the district he represented.  News 5 Investigates was first to break this story on-air back on June 20.  Now, Abeyta is breaking his silence, speaking exclusively with News 5.  Unless someone challenges your residency, most people would never know whether you live in the district you represent.  "It took 800 people to vo...

    In June, a judge removed Las Animas County Commissioner Anthony Abeyta from his district 1 seat after ruling that he did not live in the district he represented.  News 5 Investigates was first to break this story on-air back on June 20.  Now, Abeyta is breaking his silence, speaking exclusively with News 5.  Unless someone challenges your residency, most people would never know whether you live in the district you represent.  "It took 800 people to vo...

  • Federal Judge rules CSPD discriminated against female officers

    Federal Judge rules CSPD discriminated against female officers

    Thursday, July 13 2017 1:01 AM EDT2017-07-13 05:01:41 GMT

    A court has ruled the one-size fits all physical fitness test implemented by the Colorado Springs Police Department was discriminatory toward women.

    A court has ruled the one-size fits all physical fitness test implemented by the Colorado Springs Police Department was discriminatory toward women.

  • USPS issues customer refund following News 5 Investigation

    USPS issues customer refund following News 5 Investigation

    Tuesday, July 11 2017 8:38 PM EDT2017-07-12 00:38:44 GMT
    The United States Postal Service has agreed to settle a case News 5 Investigates profiled on July 6.  Heather Allery mailed her husband's Seiko watch off for repair back in February after it stopped working.  Somewhere between Colorado Springs and New Jersey, the watch vanished.  Allery purchased $400 worth of insurance for the watch, but USPS denied her claim because she didn't have acceptable "proof of purchase".  According to the post off...
    The United States Postal Service has agreed to settle a case News 5 Investigates profiled on July 6.  Heather Allery mailed her husband's Seiko watch off for repair back in February after it stopped working.  Somewhere between Colorado Springs and New Jersey, the watch vanished.  Allery purchased $400 worth of insurance for the watch, but USPS denied her claim because she didn't have acceptable "proof of purchase".  According to the post off...
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  • Two juveniles arrested for alleged sex assault on video

    Two juveniles arrested for alleged sex assault on video

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:34 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:34:11 GMT

    Pueblo Police say they arrested the two juvenile suspects they believe sexually assaulted a teenage girl on video, which was then posted to Facebook.

    Pueblo Police say they arrested the two juvenile suspects they believe sexually assaulted a teenage girl on video, which was then posted to Facebook.

  • Graphic book pulled from Colorado Springs middle school

    Graphic book pulled from Colorado Springs middle school

    Friday, July 21 2017 12:34 AM EDT2017-07-21 04:34:47 GMT
    "Perfect Chemistry" by Simone Elkeles pulled by District 20 administrators from Challenger Middle School. (KOAA)"Perfect Chemistry" by Simone Elkeles pulled by District 20 administrators from Challenger Middle School. (KOAA)

    A controversial book has been pulled from a Colorado Springs middle school after administrators say it should have never made it into the school in the first place. But librarians filed a petition against this, saying it's censorship. The District 20 School Board essentially voted to reject this petition on Thursday night, saying the book called "Perfect Chemistry" is not suitable for a middle school audience because of its inappropriate content. 

    A controversial book has been pulled from a Colorado Springs middle school after administrators say it should have never made it into the school in the first place. But librarians filed a petition against this, saying it's censorship. The District 20 School Board essentially voted to reject this petition on Thursday night, saying the book called "Perfect Chemistry" is not suitable for a middle school audience because of its inappropriate content. 

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