News5’s Jessica Barreto invited all four candidates for mayor to sit down and discuss why they are seeking office.
A unique study by the Bern University of the Arts claims music can impact the taste of cheese, and it seems to indicate Hip hop music in particular makes cheese taste best.
The biggest baby on record at Elmira, New York’s Arnot Odgen Medical Center was born this week to parents who thought they would never have a child of their own.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has released bodycam and surveillance video that show the moments that led up to a deadly officer-involved shooting at the Bellagio on Friday.
For weeks, people in Shelbyville, Kentucky have been on a wild goose chase.
A hearing about the controversial gravel pit near Avondale is scheduled for Tuesday.
Tyler Dumas joined the KOAA News5 team in November 2017 as a Digital Content Producer. The native Texan grew up near Houston before attending Texas State University where he earned studied Digital Media, Journalism, English Literature and Sports Science.
The League of Women Voters is hosting a Colorado Springs Ballot Issue 1 Election Forum on Monday, March 18th.
Passengers scrambled to rearrange travel plans Thursday after Boeing’s 737 Max planes were grounded over crash concerns.
A new study suggests you may want to pass on that three-egg omelet for breakfast from now on.
From the First Alert5 Weather Team and the entire News5 staff, thank you to you the News5 viewer, for passing along everything you could as you hunkered down and waited for the storm to pass.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has signed the National Popular Vote bill into law. The law will award Colorado’s nine electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote.
Broncos General Manager John Elway introduced veteran QB Joe Flacco to the Colorado media Friday morning. Flacco was acquired in an agreement with the Baltimore Ravens this month.
Travel will still be treacherous as emergency crews work to clean up highways and rescue stranded drivers.
The Office of Emergency Management is open and in full operation today for the first time as a combined entity of the City of Colorado Springs and El Paso County.