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5 things you need to know - December 5, 2019

Pueblo Police investigating homicide on Spruce Street
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Thursday Weather: Cloudy with late day rain
Judge rules that testing can begin on piece of tooth found at Frazee property
Sailor who killed two before killing himself was assigned to work on US submarine
Posted at 6:07 AM, Dec 05, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-05 08:07:07-05

Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.

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'I just wanted to get home and stay alive': Victim attacked by man with axe in Pueblo

A south side Pueblo neighborhood is in shock after a string of violent axe and knife assaults, including a homicide. The incidents, which police said started Tuesday night, are all under investigation. They took place on Spruce Street and Lake Avenue.
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City discusses parking plan for new stadium

Community leaders will break ground this weekend on a new downtown soccer stadium, but the project will not add any parking spots. The City said they didn't forget about parking. They are choosing to rely on existing street spaces and public garages to help avoid traffic jams before and after games.
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Rain and snow showers to travel through southern Colorado

We're going to see cloud cover with strong winds through the afternoon, and cooler afternoon temperatures behind a cold front. Today will have periods of showers and some snow across the region, with snow showers out west into the higher country, as well as Monument Hill up to Denver through the day.
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Frazee returns to court for custody hearing following guilty verdict

Patrick Frazee will be in court this morning for a custody hearing. Frazee was found guilty last month for the murder of his ex-fiancee Kelsey Berreth. Berreth's family is seeking to legally adopt Kelsey's daughter Kaylee and asking the court for a no-contact order for the Frazee family.
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Sailor who killed two before killing himself was assigned to work on US submarine

A lockdown has been lifted at Pearl Harbor Naval shipyard after a US sailor fatally shot two people and injured another before killing himself Wednesday, an incident for which officials do not yet have a motive. He shot three civilian workers before fatally shooting himself. Two of the victims died and the third is in stable condition at a local hospital.