The $31.9 billion Long Bill or SB19-207 that Governor Polis signed into law includes funding for saving people money on healthcare, investments for water and transportation, and free full-day kindergarten.
April 18, 2019
COLORADO SPRINGS – Nearly two years of investigation, hundreds of interviews, thousands of subpoenas and 25 million of your tax dollars. The redacted Mueller Report
COLORADO SPRINGS – More than 150 5th graders from 94 schools took part in “Battle of the Books” Thursday at Colorado College. Over the last
(NBC News) As more states legalize recreational marijuana, the social norms around consuming the plant are changing. Lizzie Post, the granddaughter of famous etiquette author
BALTIMORE – The University of Maryland is adding EpiPens to all of its campus cafeterias. Dr. David McBride and Colleen Wright-Riva, of the University of Maryland,
More than a million jobs remain vacant in the field of cybersecurity. News 5 Investigates discovered Colorado Springs is leading the charge to fill those jobs with students from right here in our neighborhoods.
VELLETRI, ITALY – Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 prisoners at a Holy Thursday service and urged them to serve one another as brothers.
The debate about family and medical leave continues at the Colorado State Capitol. The Senate-sponsored Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program was scheduled for
It’s your ski report for the week ending Sunday, April 21
We are down to the final days to head to ski country. Some resorts have closed, others close Easter Sunday.
COLORADO SPRINGS – An investigation is underway after a house fire on the west side of Colorado Springs. Firefighters were called to the corner of
Threat assessment procedures developed in the years after the 1999 Columbine High School mass shooting are credited with preventing a similar tragedy this week when a disturbed teenager from Florida flew to Colorado and purchased a gun in preparation for a copycat attack.
“Operation Double Dippin'” started two years ago after a small drug bust in Pueblo. But it’s still not over.
PUEBLO – The Pueblo Fire Department is saying, starting next month, dispatchers will be asking callers more questions. Responses to those questions will help operators
AMR gets a new therapy dog to help medics deal with trauma.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Free all-day kindergarten was the focus as Governor Polis stopped in Colorado Springs Thursday. Polis recently signed the Long Bill, which budgets