Coming up on News 5 at 5:00. the death of co-worker is traumatic and after a tough two months for law enforcement officers in Colorado, there are resources available for officers.
A change to the worker's compensation act allows peace officers and other professionals to get benefits on the grounds of PTSD.
News 5's Andy Koen talks to mental health professionals about the value of these resources, and what those who are struggling can do to reach out for help.
With bitter temperatures and light snow around the News 5 viewing area, be sure to keep track of all weather-weather closures and delays on KOAA.com. School Delays Banning Lewis Acad. - 2 Hours Late District 49 - 2 Hours Late. Falcon High School will be on an E-learning day schedule. (For Wed. Feb 21st) Hanover 28 - 2 Hours Late, No AM preschool Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning - 2 Hours Late, No AM kindergarten or preschool The Uni...
A bill aimed at stopping so called "disability advocates" from making money off the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) just passed the U.S. House of Representatives. In a 225-192 vote, most House Republicans and about a dozen Democrats approved H.R. 620.
Can you help identify a man seen on surveillance footage around the time an elderly male was assaulted in Pueblo?
Days after the deadly school shooting in Florida, a man named Aaron chose to write to NBC affiliate KUSA, and share his personal story about how he was almost a school shooter. It's not for attention, Aaron did it to help even one person who may be considering the fate he once considered.