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5 Things You Need To Know - March 2, 2020

Pueblo officer-involved shooting
Colorado Springs Snow
Colorado Fishing
"She'll live on:" Mom speaks about teen daughter killed in crash for first time
Posted at 6:07 AM, Mar 02, 2020

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

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Suspect dead following officer-involved shooting in Pueblo

The Pueblo Police Department said a suspect who attempted to carjack multiple people on Highway 50 overnight is dead following an officer-involved shooting in Pueblo. Highway 50 remains closed in both directions between North Elizabeth Street to Club Manor Drive as police activity continues.
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Slushy morning commutes with sunny afternoon melting

Overnight snow left the Pikes Peak Region with snowy and slush covered roads. We'll quickly warm up today as sunshine breaks through the clouds and pushes temperatures into the 40s and 50s across the region. Fog could hang around through the morning in northern El Paso County.
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2020 Colorado fishing licenses now available

Colorado fishing licenses are now available for purchase for both residents and non-residents. According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Colorado provides 6,000 miles of streams and more than 1,300 lakes and reservoirs to fishermen. CPW also stocks 90 million fish into Colorado waters each year to ensure quality opportunities.
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'She'll live on:' Mom speaks for first time about teen daughter killed in crash

Family and friends grieved the loss of a 15-year-old girl through a vigil in her honor Sunday. Jordan Scheinert was killed Wednesday at a busy intersection on Highway 50 in Pueblo West. Jordan's mom gave her first public interview since the crash, telling News5 more about Jordan and her gratitude for the community.
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Find out where to drop off your ballots ahead of Super Tuesday

Colorado will join 14 other states to vote tomorrow — commonly known as "Super Tuesday" — a day where many delegates are up for grabs for presidential candidates. The state having its primary on this day has some impacts on the state's role overall in the election. This marks the state's first presidential primary in four election cycles. Find out where you can drop off your ballot in your county.