A doe was recently euthanized after it attacked a human which has sparked renewed debate on the practice.
Taking a closer look at the debate over veterans using medical marijuana to treat PTSD.
More states have joined the compact.
News 5’s Elizabeth Watts breaks down what tariffs are, how they work, why they exist, and how they affect you.
Breaking down leash laws on a local, state and federal level.
In this 360° Perspective, Elizabeth Watts is taking a closer look at the Air Force Academy Class of 2019.
In this 360° Perspective we’re following up on our report about CBD and federal regulation, with a big change you might have missed over the weekend and a look ahead to an important meeting in Washington later this week.
Mayor John Suthers says that since 2C began the city has replaced more than 93 miles of curb and gutter and filled nearly 84,000 potholes. He says paving makes the biggest difference.
COLORADO SPRINGS – In the social media age, your ideas can be seen around the world with just a few clicks. Hundreds of millions use
The goal is to help stop abusive relationships.TESSA wants to stop abusers instead of concentrating on victims after the fact.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Parents know: College is expensive. Most families can’t afford the huge cost up front, even with savings, and student loan debt is growing
COLORADO SPRINGS – It’s a debate we’re forced to have often. Can we be doing more to protect our kids in school? Are armed teachers, security
Initiative 301 barely passed with a 50.6 percent majority and is set to go in effect this week. We’re breaking down the specifics of the initiative and talking about how this unprecedented move could play out in this 360° Perspective
MANITOU SPRINGS – It’s one of the, if not the, toughest hikes in the state. An extreme workout that’s challenged even Olympic athletes. 2,744 steps. Climbing
The Pueblo Fire Department is getting a head start on being environmentally friendly when it comes to fighting fires. A bill is on the governor’s desk right now to ban a fire foam that can cause cancer and impact an area’s water supply.