Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.
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Grand Jury finds Colorado Springs Police officers "legally justified" in fatal shooting of De'Von Bailey
The 4th Judicial District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday afternoon the results of the grand jury's look into the shooting of De'Von Bailey by Colorado Springs Police officers earlier this year. Dan May says the grand jury found the officers were legally justified in the fatal shooting.
Cooler overall but still pleasant for southern Colorado
Cloud cover overnight in the Pikes Peak Region will continue to clear out through the morning and leave Colorado with mostly sunny skies. The cold front that moved across Colorado on Wednesday will leave us cooler overall today, but still with a pleasant afternoon feel thanks to the sunshine.
What happened during the first public impeachment hearing
The top US diplomat in Ukraine told Congress Wednesday of a previously unknown conversation President Donald Trump had the day after his phone call with the Ukrainian President, in which Trump asked the US ambassador to the European Union about Ukraine opening investigations that would help him politically.
Forensics experts say blood evidence from townhome overwhelmingly matches Berreth
The judge in Patrick Frazee's case announced mid-morning Wednesday that closing arguments could get underway as soon as tomorrow. Yesterday, we heard from DNA analysts who confirmed blood a lot of Kelsey Berreth's blood was found in the townhome.
Vermijo going from rundown road to signature street
Groundbreaking for the new sports stadium in downtown Colorado Springs just got the green light. It joins multiple other major City for Champions projects underway. A stadium, museums, a sports medicine facility, and an element many overlook is infrastructure improvements.