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5 things you need to know - February 18, 2020

Cold and cloudy Quail Lake
Pueblo Police
Posted at 6:31 AM, Feb 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-18 08:31:16-05

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

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LIVE BLOG: Overnight snow leads to icy, dangerous morning commutes

Snow starting falling at the end of the day Monday and strengthened overnight. Freezing temperatures have left most roadways covered in snow and some ice. We are keeping track of road conditions in Colorado Springs and Pueblo this morning as well as current weather conditions.
Light snow turns to occasional flurries today with another snow chance Wednesday

Light snow overnight coupled with freezing temperatures has left most roadways in southern Colorado covered with snow, slush and, in some cases, ice. We'll stay cloudy and very cold all day, so any roads that aren't treated with snow melt or plowed will stay snow covered through most of the day.
Search continues for Gannon Stauch 3 weeks after reported missing

Three weeks have passed since 11-year-old Gannon Stauch was reported missing from his home in the Lorson Ranch neighborhood. Crews are continuing to search the same 35-acre area bordering northern El Paso County and southern Douglas County. Anyone with credible information is asked to call the sheriff's tip line at (719) 520-6666.
Colorado College tops Air Force in Faceoff at Falcon Stadium

The first college hockey game in the stadium's 58-year history did not disappoint as the Colorado Springs rivals traded goals late into the third period. Completing the two-game series sweep after Friday's 6-2 win, the Tigers retained the Pikes Peak Trophy and earned major bragging rights after winning the first outdoor hockey game between the two schools.
Pueblo Police investigating after body found in Bessemer area

An investigation is underway in Pueblo after the police department found a body in an alley between Spruce Street and Pine Street. Police officials have not released the identity of the victim, but officers said the body found in the alley is a female who appears to be in her 20s. This is the third homicide investigation of the year in Pueblo.
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