Blowing snow and high winds are expected in parts of southern Colorado Wednesday evening into the night, which has caused some schools in the area to delay the start of classes.
February 6, 2019
While 2018 was the fourth-warmest year on record, British meteorologists are predicting the next five years will be much hotter, maybe even record-breaking.
Most of their time on the job is spent booking criminals, but Wednesday, Pueblo Police officers spent their day reading kids their rights to knowledge.
We’re learning more about plans to develop a tourist attraction on the former “Buckskin Joe” site near the Royal Gorge.
One of the first days student-athletes can sign national letters of intent to the university of their choice.
The US Department of Transportation has awarded Colorado millions of dollars in disaster relief.
FREMONT COUNTY – Like many communities across America, Fremont County and Cañon City are in the midst of a growing problem with opioid abuse. But
Wednesday brought some snowfall to the Pikes Peak region, but the big issue for many – extremely cold temperatures.
A big congratulations to the News 5 ‘Teachers First’ award winner, Jacqueline Riggs.
Colorado Springs Utilities is close to reaching many of the renewable energy and efficiency benchmarks established in 2011. Employees are now drafting a New Energy Vision for the coming decades to looks to build upon these achievements.
A CSPD investigation into a series of personal robberies has led to the arrest of two men connected to at least nine crimes.
Expansion work is starting on the road going to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
The bill would allow transgender Coloradans to get new birth certificates, instead of amended certificates.
Care and Share Food Bank is partnering with the Broadmoor World Arena to host an emergency food bank.
The Denver Police Department has disciplined two officers who handcuffed and detained a journalist who was photographing them as they were dealing with a man sitting naked on a public sidewalk.