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Thursday Weather: Afternoon Showers Return Video included

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Scattered showers and thunderstorms can return this afternoon and this evening, especially near and over the mountains. Rain has ended for now around Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Trinidad. Lingering rain is easing and will gradually fade over the Southeastern Plains out by the Kansas state line through 9 AM. Some of that rain last night was heavy! More than 1.60 inches of rain fell at the Colorado Springs Airport, breaking a daily maximum rainfall record for Wednesday's date. Rain ...

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Free entry today at Rock Canyon Swim Beach

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To celebrate the re-opening of Lake Pueblo's Rock Canyon Swim Beach, today there will be a grand opening ceremony and all guests will be able to swim for free.

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Joint Chiefs of Staff: No change in transgender policy yet

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The nation's top military officer says U.S. policy on transgender individuals serving in uniform has not - and will not - change until Defense Secretary Jim Mattis receives the president's policy direction.

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Blood drive competition nearing an end

Battle of the Badges competition underway between police and fire across the state. Battle of the Badges competition underway between police and fire across the state.
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A friendly competition between Colorado Springs police and firefighters is helping the community with a resource often forgotten about. 

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A busy summer for Colorado wildlife rehab centers Video included

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As the population of Colorado grows, so does the number of interactions and conflicts between wild animals and people. One of the results is more wild animals at rehab centers.

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Day 1 of Broncos Training Camp in the books Video included

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Head Coach Vance Joseph says the first day of Broncos training camp "went great." Training camp wrapped up around 11 a.m., sooner than expected.  

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Group says Springs misses out on $20 million a year in marijuana taxes

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Economics professor Jack Strauss of the University of Denver crunched the numbers and reports that Colorado Springs missed out on $18.1 million in taxes and fees this year and stands to lose another $25.4 million in revenue in 2018. 

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No sign of rafter missing for nearly a month

31-year-old Eric Ashby has been missing since June 28th. 31-year-old Eric Ashby has been missing since June 28th.
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It's been almost a month since a 31-year-old man from Colorado Springs went missing in the Arkansas River while rafting near Cañon City. 

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Broncos lose running back Devontae Booker to wrist injury

In this Tuesday, May 30, 2017, file photograph, Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker looks on as players take part in drills during an NFL football minicamp session at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File) In this Tuesday, May 30, 2017, file photograph, Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker looks on as players take part in drills during an NFL football minicamp session at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Broncos coach Vance Joseph's first training camp got off to a rough start with word that Devontae Booker will undergo wrist surgery Friday and is expected to miss six weeks.

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Congresswoman Wasserman-Schultz fires IT staffer following fraud arrest

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WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has fired an information technology staffer following his arrest on a bank fraud charge at a Virginia airport where he was attempting to fly to Pakistan. 

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Ohio State Fair ride malfunction kills 1, injures 7 Video included

A spinning ride at the Ohio State Fair came apart on July 26. A spinning ride at the Ohio State Fair came apart on July 26.
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(NBC News) A fun night at the Ohio State Fair turned into disaster Wednesday when an entire row of seats fell off the "Fire Ball" ride.

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Crash on southbound I-25 north of Pueblo slows morning traffic

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The Colorado Department of Transportation says a crash on southbound I-25 north of Highway 50 in Pueblo caused a morning commute slowdown for about an hour. 

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CSPD investigating suspicious death

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Colorado Springs Police are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death in the north east side of the city.

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DeJong continues hot streak as Cardinals roll past Rockies

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St. Louis has won four of five while Colorado has lost four of six.

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Woodland Park hosts active-shooter training exercise Video included

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Hoping to avoid a repeat of the tragic scenarios from Columbine to Sandy Hook and other school shooting disasters, law enforcement in Teller County Wednesday conducted an all-day active-shooter response training exercise at Colorado Springs Christian School's Woodland Park campus. "We try to make it as realistic as possible so the officers that are responding actually have to think on their feet and react to what's happening around them," said Woodland Park Police Commander... More>>

Rockies acquire Pat Neskek from Phillies

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Colorado gave up right-handed pitchers J.D. Hammer and Alejandro Requena and infielder Jose Gomez.

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Boys missing from Teller County camp have been found safe

Rescuers spent July 26 looking for a pair of 9-year-olds who wandered off from a camp in Teller County. (KOAA) Rescuers spent July 26 looking for a pair of 9-year-olds who wandered off from a camp in Teller County. (KOAA)
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Two boys who went missing from a summer camp near Florissant on Wednesday have been found safe.

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Colorado Springs boy, 4, dies after drowning in pool in Fort Collins

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - Officials say a 4-year-old boy died after drowning in a pool at a Fort Collins motel. 

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Local transgender veterans react to flip-flop in military policy Video included

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With Colorado Springs being a large military community the tweets regarding re-banning transgender people in the military hits close to home. 

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Small fire caused by lightning in Florissant Fossil Beds Natl. Monument

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Lightning sparked a fire in Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument Wednesday evening.

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Sky Sox down Rainiers 12-4

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Taylor Jungmann earned his sixth win of the season while Mauricio Dubon and Kyle Wren combined for seven RBI to lead the Sky Sox to a rain-shortened 12-4 win over the Tacoma Rainiers in front of 2,755 at Security Service Field Wednesday afternoon. 

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3 of this year's trendiest attractions are in Colorado Springs

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Travel website TripAdvisor has released their list of the top 25 trendiest attractions in the U.S. for summer, and three of the top spots are in Colorado Springs. 

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First Alert 5 Forecast: Heavy Monsoon Fueled Rains

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Our weather pattern has lined back up to send lots of moisture into the high country and over the front range. A strong, steady supply of monsoon moisture will keep storms rolling from the afternoon well into the evening.  Heavy rain will be the primary threat from storms developing in the afternoon. Monsoon season storms tend to be slow moving, and storms today shouldn't be much different. 

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Free entrance at all Colorado state parks to celebrate Colorado Day

Beaver Creek State Wildlife Area // Photo by KOAA Photographer Ryan Mutch Beaver Creek State Wildlife Area // Photo by KOAA Photographer Ryan Mutch
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All state parks in Colorado will offer free admission on Monday, August 7 in celebration of Colorado Day. 

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Pac-12 will test shorter halftime, reduced TV timeouts

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Halftime will be 15 minutes long, cut down from the usual 20-minute break. The number of commercial breaks will be reduced and they will be shorter in length, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said Wednesday.

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USC, Washington picked to win their divisions in Pac-12

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The Buffaloes are picked to finish fourth in the Pac-12 South behind Utah and UCLA.

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Tickets now on sale for Pueblo to Denver flights

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Tickets went on sale Wednesday for the first daily jet service at the Pueblo Memorial Airport since 1997. 

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Ohhhhh We’re Halfway There

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I’m officially over halfway done with this insane thing.

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There's a 14er for sale in Colorado

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KUSA - If you're a Colorado outdoors enthusiast who also happens to have $105 million, a 14er on an 83,368-acre property in Costilla County could be yours.

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Colorado illegal pot grower sentenced to 10 years in prison

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DENVER (AP) - The last person of seven people caught in the raid of an illegal marijuana growing operation in Colorado has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. 

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Colorado lawmakers respond to President Trump's decision on transgender military personnel

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The surprise announcement by President Donald Trump to reverse his predecessor's decision on allowing transgender personnel in the U.S. military is getting strong reaction from Congress.

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Tackling foster care together Video included

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For several years now, former professional football player, Michael Lehan, has partnered with the local foster-adoption agency "Hope & Home" to give kids who are in the system a special opportunity to grow, connect and participate both on and off the field.  Lehan's experience as a foster child himself is why he's doing what he does now.

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Wednesday Weather: Flash Flood Watch Starting at 3 PM Video included

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A Flash Flood Watch is in effect from 3 PM today until 3 AM tomorrow for El Paso, Pueblo, Fremont, Teller, Otero, Las Animas, Custer, Huerfano, Crowley, Bent, Prowers, Baca, and Kiowa counties. This includes Colorado Springs, Monument, Fountain, Calhan, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Beulah, Rye, Colorado City, Avondale, Cañon City, Cotopaxi, the Hayden Pass Burn Scar, Woodland Park, Cripple Creek, Divide, La Junta, Rocky Ford, Trinidad, Aguilar, Kim, Westcliffe, Silver Cliff, Rosita, Wa... More>>

President Trump: Transgender people will not serve in the US military

President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Images) President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Images)
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President Donald Trump tweeted out Wednesday morning that "the United States Government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to  serve in any capacity in the U.S. military." 

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Vail resorts aims for zero carbon, landfill footprint

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Vail Resorts, the ownership company of Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin in Colorado announced an initiative Tuesday to leave a zero operating footprint by 2030.

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All lanes of NB I-25 are back open after crash north of Monument

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A crash on northbound I-25 near the Greenland Road exit (167) is slowing traffic for miles. Traffic is backed up down to the County Line Road exit (163). Drivers should expect delays.

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Rep. Steve Scalise released from hospital

Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., speaks with the media on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., speaks with the media on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, May 17, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
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WASHINGTON (AP) - House Majority Whip Steve Scalise - who was critically wounded in a shooting at a baseball practice last month - has been discharged from a Washington hospital. 

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Bass Pro Shops giving away free fudge Wednesday

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The company is giving away 19 tons of fudge at its locations around the country to celebrate its ranking in a Forbes survey.

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Air Force officials confirm cause of contaminated drinking water

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Air Force confirms toxins from firefighting chemicals used on Peterson Air Force base did contaminate the drinking water supply for folks in Fountain, Security, and Widefield and the nightmare plaguing water users who live there appears nowhere near being over. 

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Second suspect in deadly robbery identified

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There FBI is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of 38-year-old Eric William Grant. 

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Your Healthy Family: Parents' Negative Body Image Can Impact Children Video included

Even if a parent isn?t commenting on the child?s appearance, Dr. Eshleman said the child may have similar features and might interpret those comments to reflect on their own appearance. Even if a parent isn?t commenting on the child?s appearance, Dr. Eshleman said the child may have similar features and might interpret those comments to reflect on their own appearance.
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Most of us have found ourselves complaining about our appearance, especially during swimsuit season. 

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Heavy rains causing damage to local trails Video included

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With storms headed our way today, the rain can be destructive, especially on some of our favorite places outside. 

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Park district still struggling financially following embezzlement investigation Video included

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Fremont County commissioners and Penrose Park board members are at odds over money.  An informal request seeking $100,000 in financial assistance to save the struggling park was rejected by commissioners during a meeting Tuesday morning.  The park district is still struggling financially as a result of mismanaged finances and possible theft.  History:  A year-long News 5 Investigation back in 2015 revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from the ... More>>

Neighbors block recycling center from moving into Pueblo neighborhood Video included

A recycling center was set to be built around Tuxedo and 24th Street in Pueblo until neighbors complained to city council. (KOAA) A recycling center was set to be built around Tuxedo and 24th Street in Pueblo until neighbors complained to city council. (KOAA)
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Pueblo homeowners have officially blocked a new recycling center from moving into the Hyde Park neighborhood. While the city's public works department did hold a public meeting on this last month, it flew under the radar for most of these homeowners.

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Bader doubles, slides home as Cards top Rockies 3-2 in debut

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The 23-year-old, taken on the third round of the 2015 amateur draft, was brought up before the game when Dexter Fowler was placed on the disabled list with a strained left wrist.

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Cardinals, Rockies experiment with shortened inning breaks

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Since 2016, the clock has been set at 2:05 for locally televised games and 2:25 for nationally televised games, down 20 seconds for each from 2015.

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

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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. 

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Air Force picked 4th in MW media poll Video included

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They didn't receive any first place votes.

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Tuesday Evening Weather: Getting More Active

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Severe T'storm Warning for Pueblo County including the city of Pueblo until 5:45pm. Heavy rain, hail, and strong winds possible with a storm moving northeast at 20mph across the county.  A few showers/storms for the rest of today. Some of those could have heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds. Strong to severe storms will also be possible for areas of the eastern plains. Skies try to dry out overnight with lows in the 60's for most areas as a cold front tries to move thr...

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Police release video of Mark Redwine's arrest Video included

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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. 

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Video shows men dragging shark behind boat Video included

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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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How your senators voted on GOP healthcare motion

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Colorado's senators voted along party lines to move the GOP's healthcare bill forward in the Senate Tuesday.

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Colorado Springs City Council votes to raise utility rates

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If you're a Colorado Springs Utilities customer, expect to pay more on your next electric bill. The Colorado Springs City Council, which also serves as the city's utilities board, approved rate increases on residential, business and industrial customers.

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Campground tenant claims owner refuses to let him use sewage hook up Video included

Camper Frank Wilson said the owner of the Lost Burrow Campground will not let him empty his sewage tank until Monday Camper Frank Wilson said the owner of the Lost Burrow Campground will not let him empty his sewage tank until Monday
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A Cripple Creek man says his ongoing dispute with the campground owner where he lives has reached an unhealthy new low. That campsite owner is preventing him from using the sewage hook-up all because of a disagreement that started months ago. 

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11-year-old seriously hurt in hit and run accident

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Douglas County Deputies are looking for a 2016-2017 White Lexus CT200 with a black stripe and damage to the passenger side door or mirror. 

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Senate votes to allow debate on healthcare bill

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Vice President Mike Pence has broken a 50-50 tie, which will allow the GOP's healthcare bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act to proceed to the Senate floor for debate. 

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Colorado Springs boy dies after being found unconscious in pool

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The Larimer County Sheriff's office is investigating after a 4-year-old Colorado Springs boy died hours after being found in a Fort Collins Motel pool.

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13 charged in connection to illegally selling Marijuana

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Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced indictments of 13 people they say sold Marijuana illegally at "Hoppz' Cropz" locations in Colorado Springs. 

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Broncos training camp starts Thursday

The Denver Broncos hold their first minicamp under the leadership of coach Vance Joseph. (KOAA) The Denver Broncos hold their first minicamp under the leadership of coach Vance Joseph. (KOAA)
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The long road back to the postseason for the Denver Broncos begins Thursday, when training camp officially opens up at the Broncos training facility in Englewood. 

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U.S. Forest Service, SuperTanker reach agreement

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The U.S. Forest service has announced it has reached an agreement with the Colorado Springs-based SuperTanker to help fight wildfires. The 18-month temporary agreement is not a contract, but it will allow the Forest Service to call on the SuperTanker to fight fires on Forest Service land if requested.

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Broncos bring back Gary Kubiak for scouting role Video included

Denver Broncos new head coach Gary Kubiak addresses the media during an NFL football news conference, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) Denver Broncos new head coach Gary Kubiak addresses the media during an NFL football news conference, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in Englewood, Colo. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
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 KUSA reports Kubiak will be named a senior personnel executive for the Broncos. He will work near his home in Houston, Texas.

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Your Healthy Family: New International Health and Wellness Center looks to make Colorado Springs a destination for wellness Video included

Dr. Barber is a Cardiologist and Internal Medicine doctor who hopes the new IHWC will make colorado springs a health and wellness destination. Dr. Barber is a Cardiologist and Internal Medicine doctor who hopes the new IHWC will make colorado springs a health and wellness destination.
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Dr. Barber is a Cardiologist and Internal Medicine doctor who hopes the new IHWC will make Colorado Springs a health and wellness destination again.

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Public meeting being held Tuesday about Fountain drinking water issues Video included

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Today people affected by ongoing contaminated water issues in Fountain will get an update on efforts to fix the problem. Agencies from across southern Colorado will host a public meeting to discuss treatment solutions and they want to hear from you! 

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CSPD & CSFD compete to collect blood donations

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With blood supplies dipping to dangerously-low levels across the country, Bonfils Blood Center is teaming up with first responders across Colorado to encourage blood donations.

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Hundreds affected by power outage in Colorado Springs

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UPDATE: Power has been restored to some, and now just a little more than 120 customers are without power. 

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Pueblo to house municipal inmates in Douglas County

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Pueblo City Council has approved a new idea to help alleviate some of the overcrowding at the Pueblo County Jail.  No more than ten inmates at a time from Pueblo will be sent up to the Douglas County Jail. This is a new idea that the city has never done before to house their inmates with municipal charges outside of city lines. These are folks with sentences of ten days or more behind bars, specifically singling-out repeat shoplifting offenders.  The jail has been so full...

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Triggering a baseball career in Trinidad Video included

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For most baseball players the road to the Major Leagues begins in the Minor Leagues. But for players on the Trinidad Triggers, they're just hoping for a chance to play with a team affiliated with a big league club.

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

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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 ... More>>

Grichuk, Leake lead Cardinals to an 8-2 win over Rockies

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The Cardinals improved to 20-5 against the Rockies at home since the 2010 season. Colorado fell to 3-14 in its last 17 road games.

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

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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...

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Recreational marijuana sales in Colorado Springs, City Council discussing the idea Video included

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Grumblings of recreational marijuana in Colorado Springs are becoming louder. City Council is having discussions to make it a possibility, It would be a ballot issue, but maybe not as soon as some would like. 

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New recycling program aims to give back to the community Video included

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The more items that end up in the the recycling bins, means the more food that ends up at the Care and Share food bank.

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$7.5 million homeless housing project underway in Canon City Video included

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Advocates for homeless and low income people in Fremont County are breaking ground on a $7.5 million apartment housing project. It is a first ever type of homeless relief project along Colorado’s Front Range. The 30 unit building is going up right across the street from the Loaves and Fishes food pantry and emergency shelter in Canon City. 

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Springs City Council to study urban hunting as wildlife populations grow

Department of transportation removes several wildlife speed zones across the state. Department of transportation removes several wildlife speed zones across the state.
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Colorado Springs City Council is entertaining the idea of permitting limited deer hunting inside city limits as they study the issue of how to handle over-population of urban wildlife. Studies suggest the concentration of the deer population alone on the southwest side of the city is as high as 20 deer per square mile. 

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Judge sets next court date for Mark Redwine

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A Washington judge has set Mark Redwine's next court date for August 17.  Redwine's next appearance will focus on his extradition back to Colorado, he is being held in Washington on a $1 million cash only bond. 

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Police find missing 13-year-old

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CSPD has issued an alert asking the public to help find 13-year-old Robert Estyd Manosava-Aguirre. Manosava-Aguirre has been missing from his home on the east side of Colorado Springs near Murray Blvd since early Monday morning.

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  • Park district still struggling financially following embezzlement investigation

    Park district still struggling financially following embezzlement investigation

    Wednesday, July 26 2017 1:22 AM EDT2017-07-26 05:22:11 GMT
    Fremont County commissioners and Penrose Park board members are at odds over money.  An informal request seeking $100,000 in financial assistance to save the struggling park was rejected by commissioners during a meeting Tuesday morning.  The park district is still struggling financially as a result of mismanaged finances and possible theft.  History:  A year-long News 5 Investigation back in 2015 revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from the ...
    Fremont County commissioners and Penrose Park board members are at odds over money.  An informal request seeking $100,000 in financial assistance to save the struggling park was rejected by commissioners during a meeting Tuesday morning.  The park district is still struggling financially as a result of mismanaged finances and possible theft.  History:  A year-long News 5 Investigation back in 2015 revealed hundreds of thousands of dollars missing from the ...
  • 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...

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