SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Cases of a deadly strain of a horse virus have more than doubled in the past week and suspected cases have forced the quarantine of 15 more facilities.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Friday there are 75 confirmed cases in 9 states and... more »
A pair of Bald Eagles are coming to the Pueblo Zoo this week after completing their rehabilitation at a wildlife rescue center in Utah. The male and female birds of prey were recently given approval to be moved to the zoo.
The male, named Parker, was found with a... more »
The Colorado Springs Police Department has determined a woman and two children who were found in their home on October 4, died as a result of a murder-suicide.
The bodies were found around 3:40 p.m. by Tommy Ogden when he came home. Renee Ogden, 38, and her twin children... more »
Representatives from a local school district say they are "shocked" that a news crew from a Denver TV station would give two of their students a ride home in their news van to pick up a year book. It happened during the investigation and aftermath of a suicide and double... more »
We have new information on the deaths of three people on Essex Lane in Colorado Springs.
Rene Ogden was found dead in the home, along with her 13-year-old twin children Chase and Olivia. Rene's body was discovered by the kids' father Tommy Ogden. When police arrived, they found the... more »
Colorado Springs Police say they don't anticipate releasing any new information today in the deaths of a mother and her twin 13 year old children.
Their bodies were found Monday in a home on Essex Lane in Colorado Springs Police. An autopsy was scheduled for today. more »
Autopsies are pending on a Colorado Springs woman and her 13-year-old twins who were found dead in their home.
The El Paso County coroner is expected to conduct the autopsies Wednesday.
Police are investigating the deaths of Rene Ogden and her two children as homicides. They say there... more »
Hazardous materials crews and the FBI were on the scene Monday at the IRS building in Ogden, Utah, where several people were subjected to decontamination showers.
Two people were taken out of the building on stretchers for "medical emergencies," but their conditions "do not appear to be related to... more »