The owner of a local vape lounge wants to warn marijuana dispensary owners about a scam involving a bogus utility company he was targeted for.
We’re looking into concerns from folks living near Fort Carson who say ongoing artillery training is disrupting their daily lives.
In our continuing coverage, we’re taking a closer look at how the RV ban is affecting Colorado Springs and what police officers are seeing as they respond to complaints.
June marks Elder Abuse Awareness Month and key players in El Paso County are coming together to raise awareness about this ongoing problem in our community.
A survey released by the Military Family Advisory Network shed on housing issues at several military bases, including Fort Carson. Now, the Army and Balfour Beatty, the housing management company in charge, are working together to increase accountability and make sure service-members and their families feel safe inside their homes on post.
Some elderly folks displaced by the Regency Tower fire are having to seek refuge at the Red Cross shelter set up at Cheyenne Mountain High School, until a permanent place can be found. But the process is proving to be difficult.
Camp Wapiyapi is a free camp offering children with pediatric cancer the chance to break away from their daily worries.
We’re following up on a new RV ban which officially went into effect Saturday in Colorado Springs. While most of those parked RVs have cleared, some folks are trying to get rid of their RV altogether.
Time is running out for folks living in RVs on the streets of Colorado Springs.
After midnight on Friday, the city will start enforcing its RV ban, and folks who park on public streets could be ticketed – or towed.
Bounty hunter Bobby Brown is ramping up efforts to find Park County pastor Torin Smith and his wife Rena Smith.
People living at the El Vecino Apartments in Colorado Springs reached out to News5 after they say they haven’t had running water since Thursday last week.
123 senior citizens living at the Regency Tower in Colorado Springs are still without a home tonight. The Red Cross is stepping in to help, but the future is still uncertain and the holiday weekend is also making the situation worse.
The Memorial Day weekend is underway, and it’s the busiest season of the year at Lake Pueblo State Park. Right now, park staff is getting ready to welcome the crowds.
Law enforcement agencies are doing what they can to keep up with crime. In El Paso County, the population has grown by about 91,000 since 2010. And calls for service are on the rise.
Changes are coming to Pueblo’s Nature and Wildlife Center. The restaurant “Coyote Grill” is closed for good.