Posted 9:51 AM 5/23/2013 by Maddie Garrett
Water, or the lack of it, has been a problem for years for residents living in the Cherokee Metropolitan District. It's a small enclave of homes and businesses on the eastern edge of Colorado Springs. Cherokee Metro has a new water source, but it's going to impact neighbors in the Black Forest (More) • Video (1)
Posted 8:59 AM 5/23/2013 by Patricia Collier
Colorado Springs - On Tuesday afternoon, May 21, at approximately 4:26pm Colorado Springs police officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Rainier Dr regarding a domestic disturbance involving a gun. Several witnesses told the officers a man had assaulted and pistol whipped a woman outside a (More)
Posted 6:04 AM 5/23/2013 by Stephen Bowers
More rain is possible along the Southern Front Range today, but unlike the past couple of days the afternoon should be mostly quiet. Our Thursday will begin with clouds and perhaps some spotty areas of light rain. Temperatures will hold steady under the clouds in the 50's for most of us (More)
Posted 10:34 PM 5/22/2013 by Eric Ross
There's been a lot of reaction to Governor Hickenlooper's decision to spare convicted killer Nathan Dunlap's life.
"The decision has weighed heavily on me for over a year now," Hickenlooper said during a news conference Wednesday in Denver.
In the end, Hickenlooper decided to save (More)
Posted 1:41 PM 5/22/2013 by Patricia Collier
DENVER (AP) - Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has indefinitely delayed the execution of convicted killer Nathan Dunlap, citing doubts about the death penalty.Hickenlooper announced his decision Wednesday. He says he is granting Dunlap a reprieve, not clemency. Clemency would have changed (More)
Posted 11:17 AM 5/22/2013 by Jacqui Heinrich, email@example.com
You could be living in a former meth lab right now and not even know it. A News 5 investigation recently uncovered a Colorado Springs family who unknowingly rented out a former meth lab that was never cleaned up. News 5's Jacqui Heinrich stayed on top of that story and discovered hundreds of (More) • Video (1)
Posted 6:16 PM 5/21/2013 by Joe Bevans
Four different kinds of animals are welcoming new babies at the Colorado Springs Mounatin Zoo. Over the past month, a new Red River Hog baby, a Porcupine, Lynx kittens, and two Joeys have been born. The zoo say's that this is an indication that they have healthy, happy animals. When animals reproduce in zoos, it means they feel comfortable with their surroundings.
Posted 4:24 PM 5/21/2013 by Andy Koen
PUEBLO - A district wide phone outage for all of Pueblo City Schools has been restored. Spokesman Scott Jones says the service was restored as of 4:00 p.m. Tuesday.
A local utility contractor reportedly severed the main line for the school district sometime just before noon.
Posted 3:59 PM 5/21/2013 by Elaine Sheridan and Jesse Cohen
A serious motorcycle accident closed a street in Colorado Springs for more than an hour Tuesday afternoon.
Police say a motorcycle was driving north on Chestnut St. at a high rate of speed around 2pm when it was hit by a car pulling out onto the street.
The driver of the motorcycle (More)
Posted 2:52 PM 5/21/2013 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - Last minute changes in state election laws and the potential recall of State Senator John Morse could leave the El Paso County Clerk and Recorders Office nearly $130,000 in the red.
Clerk Wayne Williams told the Board of County Commissioners today he estimates it will (More)