On Wednesday, Forrest Gregg, legendary lineman for the Packers and longtime NFL coach, was laid to rest.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is working to push a bill through legislation that will allow them to raise fines for dozens of citations.
A portion of the next generation of cybersecurity experts is working to spread its wings at CSU Pueblo, by learning all things related to coding, encrypting, and ethical hacking.
For the second time in less than a month, a significant blizzard will impact parts of southern Colorado, bringing life-threatening wind, snow and cold.
A bill that would include e-cigarettes and similar vaping devices under the “Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act” has its second reading in the House on Monday.
The snipe that was stolen from a downtown Colorado Springs statue, then returned, has finally been repaired and reinstalled, AND it brought friends.
Even after three weeks of rebuilding and massive community support, one family operated farm in Peyton still has a long way to go before it’s all said and done.
A bill concerning radio communications used by police, fire and other government agencies died in Colorado House Transportation and Local Government committee before having a chance to go before the full House.
Animal services for the City of Pueblo have been under major scrutiny and wild fluctuations over the past few months, but this story has been slowly building for more than a year.
Digital license plates are a reality now in a few states and appear to be on the horizon for many if not ALL of the others.
Interested in what your neighborhood looked like in 1947? Here’s an interactive map where you can compare then and now.
Huge snow over the past few months has provided incredible relief to the drought situation that has plagued Colorado throughout the last year. Several factors,
Volunteer construction workers are working to revamp and expand a playground for a Colorado Springs Head Start program.
News5’s Jessica Barreto invited all four candidates for mayor to sit down and discuss why they are seeking office.
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.