A Colorado Springs Police Department School Resource officer cited a Sierra High School student for assault Wednesday morning for an in-class incident with a teacher.
According to the officer, 18-year-old Angelina Chavez returned to a classroom to get a jacket in the middle of testing when a teacher attempted to stop her interrupting the class.
Chavez is accused of knocking the teacher to the ground before punching the staff member multiple times in the face. The officer's report states students tried to get Chavez away from the teacher.
The teacher suffered contusions to the forehead, while Chavez may have broken her knuckles. Chavez was "served and released" on a charge of assault.
Fire crews from several agencies responding to a wildfire on a ridge above the towns of Crystola and Green Mountain Falls.
The 4-foot by 4-foot patch of grass right at the end of Kevin Sabata's driveway has been a constant thorn in his side. It's bordered on three sides by concrete or asphalt. There's hardly any shade because the trees in his Wildwood Ridge subdivision are little more than saplings. Despite all his efforts, Kevin just couldn't get the grass to grow. "It just was not coming back," he said. Before long, fines started coming in from the Wildwood Ridge Homeowners Assoc...
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