LINCOLN PARK – Dozens gathered in chilly rain Monday night to remember Lilyana “Lily” Zweig (pronounced ‘zwye’), 14, who drowned last week in an irrigation
April 29, 2019
From an officer-involved shooting to a high speed chase in the last four days, News 5 spoke with police officers in Colorado Springs and Pueblo to find out if violence against law enforcement is getting worse.
Just before 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon, CSPD responded to a crash on Marksheffel involving a motorcycle and an SUV.
The other man and woman injured in the attack have been released from a hospital.
In a presidential memorandum signed Monday, Trump directed his attorney general and acting homeland security secretary to take additional measures to overhaul the asylum system, which he insists “is in crisis” and plagued by “rampant abuse.”
So far this month, 10 Pueblo Police officers are on paid administrative leave stemming from officer-involved shootings.
The New Mexico Department of Health said in a news release Monday that two clients of VIP Spa in Albuquerque who received “vampire facials” last year were recently diagnosed with the same HIV strain.
Defense lawyers say the 81-year-old comedian is likely to have his conviction overturned because of trial errors.
On Monday, Waste Management unveiled a new fuel station for their growing fleet of natural gas-powered trucks. The station is installed at WM’s location on Chambers Street off North Nevada Avenue.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are on the lookout for a coyote after two reports in the same day, of attacks on dogs in Ute Valley Park.
The State Senate gave unanimous approval Saturday to a bi-partisan bill that authorizes the Department of Corrections to reopen the shuttered facility in emergencies.
From schools to businesses, the process of evacuating during a fire drill is rather routine.
Prom season is here and Pueblo emergency responders wanted to send out a graphic reminder to local high school students.
COLORADO- Recent numbers released by the U.S. Census show El Paso County is growing quickly, gaining more than 13,000 newcomers in 2018. This number, just
Colorado State Patrol has released the arrest affidavit detailing the high-speed chase that occurred Sunday afternoon in which the suspect stole a State Patrol vehicle.