Unless you're pretty thick-skinned, you probably had to pull out your jacket or coat today, but have you prepared your home for the cold weather? Workers at Big R in Pueblo say it's better to get all of your supplies ahead of time.
Don't wait until it starts to snow... more »
Around 650 students at Watson Junior High School in Widefield had to be sent home Friday morning because of a water outage.
Wayne Lovelis of the Widefield Water and Sanitation District says his crews were replacing a water main nearby when it cracked overnight. As a result, shortly after... more »
Southern Colorado is bracing for sub-zero temperatures again, but many people are still trying to deal with last week's arctic blast.
Jeremiah Erickson is back in his apartment on Briargate Parkway and Lexington Drive, have five days of no heat or water. Workers have been in and out of... more »
As the weather cools down, things are heating up for Colorado Springs Fire.
"Because of the severe cold weather, we've had about 60 breaks in fire sprinklers," explains Captain Ray Johnson with Colorado Springs Fire.
Frozen and busted pipes are causing sprinkler systems to break all over the... more »
With today's arctic air bringing the coldest temperatures so far this season to Colorado, Allstate Insurance has some tips to prevent frozen pipes.
Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines in the garage.
Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air... more »
Mother Nature caused some big problems over the weekend. Thursday's snow and subsequent freeze caused water pipes and fire sprinkler systems all over the city to burst and flood homes and businesses. "There's frozen pipes everywhere!" says Casey Aragon of Olson Plumbing and Heating as he works on replacing a... more »