A person is recovering from injuries after a carjacking in the 1700 block of E. 7th St. in Pueblo Wednesday night.
The Colorado Springs Police Violent Crimes Unit determined a shooting death on the 700 block of N. Walnut St. did not involved criminal activity. Further details were not released.
Close to 200-people have been sickened by E. coli across 10 states. Luckily, Colorado is not one of them.
A Florida mother is facing charges and she’s accused of throwing a 10-month-old baby against a fence. She reportedly threw the child a second time onto a nearby lawnchair.
The warning period is about to end in Colorado Springs. After Wednesday, fines go into effect and drivers can receive a 75-dollar ticket.
A high school baseball player in Decatur, Illinois is getting a lot of attention. Not for his plays on the field, but his plays on the field with no arms
Denver building owner settles a discrimination lawsuit and has to pay 675K to the people she wouldn’t rent office space to because they were Muslim.
If you’ve ever wanted to own a few pieces of Kentucky Derby history, you’ve got a chance to do so for about $200.
If your credit score is lower than you’d like and getting out of debt seems like an uphill battle, turning to a credit repair or debt relief company may seem like a good idea. Unfortunately, many of those companies are selling empty promises.
A large power outage is affecting businesses and homes in the northeast Colorado Springs area.
CDOT continues to work on eastbound I-70 Friday night. Meanwhile, the 23-year old driver of the semi involved in the crash is set to make a court appearance.
There were some scary moments for residents along the 400 block of N. Cascade between Boulder St. and St. Vrain St. Wednesday night.
Fire crews are battling a house fire in the 13-hundred block of Lewis Lane and the smoke is being seen through the area located off of Palmer Park Blvd.
Sports fans are starting younger than ever at UCHealth Memorial Hospital! Both the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets are in the playoffs this year and the hospital is the official health care partner of the teams.
The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two men accused of luring children over the internet for sex. They’ve provided two very clear photos of them and now hopefully someone can put a name to the faces.