Good morning southern Colorado! Here's what you need to know to get you started on your Monday.
The Pueblo Police Department is preparing for a controversial tradition as Columbus Day arrives. Police will have barricades established to give two groups expected to protest Monday their designated spaces to voice their point of view. Additional officers will be on duty just in case.
The school district announced Sunday night that Manitou Springs Middle School and Manitou Springs High School will both be on a two-hour delay Monday morning. The delay was called in anticipation of a planned protest at Manitou Springs High School by the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church.
A Red Flag Warning is in effect across the mountains and I-25 corridor this afternoon. Temperatures will be up to 10 degrees above average today before a cold front arrives on Tuesday morning, which will cool temperatures down about 10-15 degrees. Wind gusts may top out in the 30-35 mph range for those under the red flag warning.
As ballots make their way to your mailbox this week, here's a closer look at one of the propositions you will come across. Proposition DD on the November ballot would legalize sports betting across the state, while taxing up to $29 million of the money generated.
I-25 was closed for several hours overnight near the Ray Nixon Power Plant. There were five vehicles involved in the crash near Fountain, including a semi-truck, that sent one person to the hospital.