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  • One man killed after officer-involved shooting in Pueblo

    One man killed after officer-involved shooting in Pueblo

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 12:30 AM EST2018-01-23 05:30:16 GMT

    Pueblo Police say there has been an officer involved shooting in Pueblo. Police told News 5 that the incident started as a domestic dispute. We have a News 5 crew at the scene of 12th and Craig in Pueblo. 

    Pueblo Police say there has been an officer involved shooting in Pueblo. Police told News 5 that the incident started as a domestic dispute. We have a News 5 crew at the scene of 12th and Craig in Pueblo. 

  • Magnitude 8.2 earthquake strikes Alaska

    Magnitude 8.2 earthquake strikes Alaska

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 9:08 AM EST2018-01-23 14:08:25 GMT

    A tsunami watch was issued for coastal areas from Washington to California as well as Hawaii early Tuesday after a magnitude 7.9. earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska. 2 a.m.  

    A tsunami watch was issued for coastal areas from Washington to California as well as Hawaii early Tuesday after a magnitude 7.9. earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska. 2 a.m.  

  • Fellow student kills 2 teens, wounds 17 in Kentucky school shooting

    Fellow student kills 2 teens, wounds 17 in Kentucky school shooting

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 3:49 PM EST2018-01-23 20:49:43 GMT
    Authorities in Paducah, Kentucky report a 15-year-old student shot 19 people on Jan 23rd.Authorities in Paducah, Kentucky report a 15-year-old student shot 19 people on Jan 23rd.

    A 15-year-old male student has been taken into custody and will be charged with murder and attempted murder in the shooting.
      

    A 15-year-old male student has been taken into custody and will be charged with murder and attempted murder in the shooting.
      

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  • Your Healthy Family: Don’t give children cough syrup with codeine

    Your Healthy Family: Don’t give children cough syrup with codeine

    Tuesday, January 23 2018 9:52 AM EST2018-01-23 14:52:51 GMT
    According to the FDA, the risk of slowed or difficult breathing from the use of codeine can result in death for some children.According to the FDA, the risk of slowed or difficult breathing from the use of codeine can result in death for some children.

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued updated guidelines for cough medications that contain codeine, advising against giving codeine to anyone under the age of 18. According to the FDA, the risk of slowed or difficult breathing from the use of codeine can result in death for some children. The recommendation also says that because codeine is an opioid, it carries the risks of misuse, abuse addiction and overdose. The FDA will now require prescription drugs cont...

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued updated guidelines for cough medications that contain codeine, advising against giving codeine to anyone under the age of 18. According to the FDA, the risk of slowed or difficult breathing from the use of codeine can result in death for some children. The recommendation also says that because codeine is an opioid, it carries the risks of misuse, abuse addiction and overdose. The FDA will now require prescription drugs cont...

  • Your Healthy Family: Deep core muscle strength can ease back pain

    Your Healthy Family: Deep core muscle strength can ease back pain

    Friday, January 19 2018 8:26 AM EST2018-01-19 13:26:06 GMT
    it’s very common for even well-conditioned athletes to neglect their deep core musclesit’s very common for even well-conditioned athletes to neglect their deep core muscles

    Back pain is a common complaint among both elite and recreational runners, but the true cause of it remains a mystery. So researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center used motion capture technology to observe how a runner’s muscles work while they’re in motion.  “We measured the dimensions of runners’ bodies and how they moved to create a computer model that’s specific to that person. 

    Back pain is a common complaint among both elite and recreational runners, but the true cause of it remains a mystery. So researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center used motion capture technology to observe how a runner’s muscles work while they’re in motion.  “We measured the dimensions of runners’ bodies and how they moved to create a computer model that’s specific to that person. 

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