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  • Denver feeds the homeless for Christmas

    Denver feeds the homeless for Christmas

    Monday, December 18 2017 10:27 AM EST2017-12-18 15:27:49 GMT

    A party in Denver, Colorado is once again helping give the homeless a good Christmas. The "Father Woody Party" has become an annual tradition in the city.

    A party in Denver, Colorado is once again helping give the homeless a good Christmas. The "Father Woody Party" has become an annual tradition in the city.

  • Man arrested for starting fires and damaging cars downtown

    Man arrested for starting fires and damaging cars downtown

    Monday, December 18 2017 10:16 AM EST2017-12-18 15:16:01 GMT
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     Witnesses recorded the suspect setting the fires and they followed him to the area of Bijou St. and Tejon while calling Colorado Springs Police.

     Witnesses recorded the suspect setting the fires and they followed him to the area of Bijou St. and Tejon while calling Colorado Springs Police.

  • Local CEOs to ring in the week helping Salvation Army

    Local CEOs to ring in the week helping Salvation Army

    Monday, December 18 2017 9:46 AM EST2017-12-18 14:46:30 GMT

    We're exactly one week away from Christmas and what better time to support Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign? Today, dozens of CEO's s will be out bell ringing in hopes of bringing in more than $20,000.  It hasn't been an easy fundraising season for the Salvation Army, and they're hoping today's CEO Ring Day challenge will help make up the deficit! The Salvation Army has faced some challenges to reach their fundraising goal this year, including a shortage of Red Kett...

    We're exactly one week away from Christmas and what better time to support Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign? Today, dozens of CEO's s will be out bell ringing in hopes of bringing in more than $20,000.  It hasn't been an easy fundraising season for the Salvation Army, and they're hoping today's CEO Ring Day challenge will help make up the deficit! The Salvation Army has faced some challenges to reach their fundraising goal this year, including a shortage of Red Kett...

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  • More than 18,000 sign petition to remove giant photo frame

    More than 18,000 sign petition to remove giant photo frame

    Monday, December 18 2017 9:41 AM EST2017-12-18 14:41:25 GMT

    The fight by some to remove the new blue frame at Garden of the Gods Park continues.  As of Sunday night, there were more than 18,000 signatures for an online petition to get rid of the structure.  "Hideous" and "vandalism" are just some of the words people are using to describe the display.  However, it's not all negative feedback. Several people told News 5 on Sunday that they like the frame and are against the petition.  Jeffery Jones sai...

    The fight by some to remove the new blue frame at Garden of the Gods Park continues.  As of Sunday night, there were more than 18,000 signatures for an online petition to get rid of the structure.  "Hideous" and "vandalism" are just some of the words people are using to describe the display.  However, it's not all negative feedback. Several people told News 5 on Sunday that they like the frame and are against the petition.  Jeffery Jones sai...

  • Police: Death of Canadian billionaires 'suspicious'

    Police: Death of Canadian billionaires 'suspicious'

    Sunday, December 17 2017 5:21 PM EST2017-12-17 22:21:07 GMT
    Police tape surrounds the home where billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife were found dead in the north Toronto mansion on Friday, Dec. 16. Police are investigating the deaths as suspicious. (AP Photo/Robert Gillies)Police tape surrounds the home where billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife were found dead in the north Toronto mansion on Friday, Dec. 16. Police are investigating the deaths as suspicious. (AP Photo/Robert Gillies)

    TORONTO (AP) - Investigators are awaiting the results of autopsies performed on Toronto billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife before determining the next steps in the ongoing probe into their suspicious deaths. 

    TORONTO (AP) - Investigators are awaiting the results of autopsies performed on Toronto billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife before determining the next steps in the ongoing probe into their suspicious deaths. 

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