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5 things you need to know - November 6, 2019

Posted: 5:49 AM, Nov 06, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-06 07:50:59-05
Colorado voters reject Proposition CC, which would have allowed state to keep excess TABOR revenues
Shooting near Union and Briargate
Larry Marr Garden of the Gods Fog
Election Watch
Patrick Frazee and Kelsey Berreth

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

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Colorado voters reject Proposition CC, which would have allowed state to keep excess TABOR revenues

Colorado voters shot down Proposition CC in Tuesday’s election, which would have allowed the state to keep excess TABOR revenues to put toward road infrastructure improvements as well as to education.
Click here for our updating election results page. If you'd like to read more in depth, visit our "Election Watch" section by clicking here .
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CSPD investigating shooting on north side of town

The Colorado Springs Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened last night on the north side of town. One man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. Anyone with information is asked to contact the department.
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Freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries possible tonight behind afternoon cold front

Sunny and warm ahead of a cold front forecast to pass through the state from lunch through the afternoon. Behind the cold front, cold air and moisture will work together to try and generate freezing fog, freezing drizzle, or even flurries overnight into early Thursday morning.
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Election reporting off to rough start in Pueblo County

Getting election results from the Pueblo County Clerk & Recorder's Office was difficult early Tuesday night. Gilbert Ortiz says his office was unable to provide an unofficial elections results sheet due to new procedures from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office. We're keeping an eye out for final results as they come in this morning.
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Frazee's possible financial problems become focus of testimony

Today is day four of Patrick Frazee's trial. Sean Frazee, the defendant's brother, testified yesterday that he and his siblings are still in a legal battle for their late father's assets with an estimated value of $400,000. Combine that with documents seized from the Frazee Ranch showing Patrick essentially defaulted on a $70,000 loan, and other papers showing a possible custody arrangement, a picture emerges of money problems.