Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.
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House impeachment managers conclude Day 1 of arguments
The impeachment managers are attempting to prove that President Trump abused his power as president by attempting to influence the 2020 election for his own personal gain and to prove that Trump obstructed Congress by withholding evidence and witnesses during the House investigation. The trial will resume this morning at 11 a.m.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirms wolf pack sighting in northwest Colorado
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reported Wednesday that they have additional evidence that a group of wolves is now residing in northwest Colorado. CPW said that on Jan. 19, wildlife officers investigated the discovery of an animal carcass surrounded by large, wolf-like tracks in the northwest corner of Moffat County.
Cooler and still a bit breezy today
Dry skies are expected across southern Colorado today while light snow moves through the high country. We're going to stay breezy across the region, but some of the strongest winds will stay out west into the high country. Overnight we'll stay dry with clear skies, allowing temperatures to fall back into 20s and teens.
Child killed after being hit by car in Cañon City
A child is dead after being hit by a car in Cañon City Wednesday morning. Further investigation by deputies and the Colorado State Patrol revealed that a child was hit by a vehicle, the driver picked up the child and drove to the Fire Station looking for help.
Census 2020 efforts underway
The start of a new decade, also means the start of a new Census count- the nationwide survey that determines congressional and legislative districts, as well as federal funding. With the survey getting underway in the next few months, there are some precautions you can take to ensure the right people are getting the right information from you.