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5 things you need to know - November 12, 2019

Emergency shelter in Pueblo
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Patrick Frazee and Kelsey Berreth
Posted at 6:02 AM, Nov 12, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-12 08:02:12-05

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

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Protections for 660,000 immigrants on line at Supreme Court

The justices are hearing arguments Tuesday on President Trump's administration's bid to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which shields immigrants brought to the U.S. as children from deportation and allows them to work in the U.S. legally.
Pueblo Council votes to keep emergency warming shelter open

The Pueblo City Council passed three emergency ordinances Monday night to keep an emergency warming shelter open for the homeless community until a permanent shelter is ready. In June, the Pueblo Rescue Mission received $1.3 million from the state to help renovate the old Wayside Cross building on 4th Street into a permanent homeless shelter.
An extremely cold morning leads to very mild afternoon

Very cold air has settled into Colorado this morning with temperatures starting off in the teens and a few single digits across the plains. Sunny skies will start warming temperatures quickly through the afternoon, with 40s and a few low 50s back across the region by noon.
Public testimony to begin tomorrow in Trump impeachment inquiry. Here is who will testify:

For the first time on Wednesday, the public will be able to watch testimony live and unfiltered in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Two government officials and a former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine will testify publicly this week.
Latest testimony in Frazee trial reveals partial tooth found at burn site

Patrick Frazee's trial continues this morning after a recess Monday in observance of Veterans Day. There could still be upwards of 60 witnesses left to be called for testimony before this trial wraps up as soon as next Friday, Nov. 22.