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  • Marijuana enforcement gets huge win with Hoppz' Cropz, more busts on the way

    Marijuana enforcement gets huge win with Hoppz' Cropz, more busts on the way

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-07-26 00:48:12 GMT

    The first major enforcement move to stop illegal marijuana gifting through storefronts is taking place. The Colorado Attorney General in town today announcing an indictment of Hoppz' Cropz, a marijuana gift shop, its owner and employees. 

    The first major enforcement move to stop illegal marijuana gifting through storefronts is taking place. The Colorado Attorney General in town today announcing an indictment of Hoppz' Cropz, a marijuana gift shop, its owner and employees. 

  • Police release video of Mark Redwine's arrest

    Police release video of Mark Redwine's arrest

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 7:24 PM EDT2017-07-25 23:24:57 GMT

    Washington State Troopers released body camera video of Mark Redwine's arrest in Bellingham, Wash. last Saturday morning. The video, which News 5 edited down to show the arrest, shows an officer approaching Redwine, who had been instructed to get on the ground. 

    Washington State Troopers released body camera video of Mark Redwine's arrest in Bellingham, Wash. last Saturday morning. The video, which News 5 edited down to show the arrest, shows an officer approaching Redwine, who had been instructed to get on the ground. 

  • Video shows men dragging shark behind boat

    Video shows men dragging shark behind boat

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 6:09 PM EDT2017-07-25 22:09:38 GMT

    Florida authorities are investigating a video posted on social media that shows a boat dragging a shark at a high rate of speed. 

    Florida authorities are investigating a video posted on social media that shows a boat dragging a shark at a high rate of speed. 

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  • News 5 Investigates: Police planned to sell crime victim's car at auction instead of returning it

    News 5 Investigates: Police planned to sell crime victim's car at auction instead of returning it

    Monday, July 24 2017 11:13 PM EDT2017-07-25 03:13:33 GMT

    A Pueblo couple's car was stolen in June and later recovered by Colorado Springs police officers.  According to records obtained by the I-TEAM, Mary and Clyde Antrim's Ford Crown Victoria sat in a police impound lot for more than a month---eventually racking up fees.   The couple says cops never called them to pick up their car. Instead, News 5 Investigates discovered police planned to sell it at an auction.  Colorado Springs police have nothing to say on camera...

    A Pueblo couple's car was stolen in June and later recovered by Colorado Springs police officers.  According to records obtained by the I-TEAM, Mary and Clyde Antrim's Ford Crown Victoria sat in a police impound lot for more than a month---eventually racking up fees.   The couple says cops never called them to pick up their car. Instead, News 5 Investigates discovered police planned to sell it at an auction.  Colorado Springs police have nothing to say on camera...

  • Southwest Co. Springs development proposal inspires awe, ire from City Council

    Southwest Co. Springs development proposal inspires awe, ire from City Council

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 1:00 AM EDT2017-07-25 05:00:05 GMT
    Developers and a parade of city leaders Monday enthusiastically rolled out a grand plan for wholesale redevelopment of Colorado Springs' blighted southwest side.  But the bombshell proposal was greeted by some City Council members with derision, skepticism, and contempt for the extremely short notice given before first hearing about the 83-page, $2 billion, 20-year vision for the future. All aspects of the proposal are purely conceptual at this point, but as presented, the plan ...
    Developers and a parade of city leaders Monday enthusiastically rolled out a grand plan for wholesale redevelopment of Colorado Springs' blighted southwest side.  But the bombshell proposal was greeted by some City Council members with derision, skepticism, and contempt for the extremely short notice given before first hearing about the 83-page, $2 billion, 20-year vision for the future. All aspects of the proposal are purely conceptual at this point, but as presented, the plan ...
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