Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Wednesday morning.
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Driving Change: Analyzing the impact of red light cameras
News5 is Driving Change by bringing light to the issues that effect the roads in our communities. While there are three intersections that currently have cameras, the Colorado Springs Police Department is looking to install more. We're taking a look at the impact of red light cameras after they made they're return to Colorado Springs in April 2019 and how the intersections are chosen tonight at 6.
Neighbor hands over "key piece of evidence" to investigators during search of Stauch home
Authorities received surveillance video from a neighbor who says it shows Gannon's stepmother, Letecia Stauch, getting into a vehicle with the boy on Jan. 27, the day he was reported missing and later returning home without Gannon. During an interview at the Sheriff's Office on Tuesday afternoon, Sgt. Deborah Mynatt refused to answer questions about what was seen in the video and repeated concerns that releasing the video could compromise the investigation.
Brutal cold morning with sunny skies, pavement melt through the afternoon
Sunny skies return to Colorado today after we get through the cloudy and very cold morning. Temperatures this morning are in the single digits and negatives, with any breeze pushing wind chills into the negatives. We're going to see temperatures during the daytime run into the 30s and 20s, with snow melt occurring mostly on the pavement today.
Senate to take final vote on impeachment today, expected to acquit Trump
The Senate will vote on the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday afternoon and is expected to acquit Trump om both articles — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Following the vote, Trump is expected to address the nation to discuss his presumed acquittal. Trump did not discuss the impeachment trial in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night.
Pueblo County Sheriff's Office seeks public's help locating missing teen
According to the PCSO, 15-year-old Jewelieanna Muniz was reported as a runaway by her family on Jan. 27. She could be staying with people in Pueblo, Colorado Springs, or Denver. The PCSO said detectives have been actively searching for Jewelieanna and believe her welfare is endangered due to her age. The PCSO said detectives have been actively searching for Jewelieanna and believe her welfare is endangered due to her age.