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Update: $150,000 awarded to make medical clinics and centers accessible for people with disabilities

Earlier this year, News 5 Investigates revealed how dozens of medical centers and facilities in the Pikes Peak Region are not accessible to people with disabilities, especially those with physical challenges. One non-profit agency has pledged to allocate $150,000 to make medical facilities accessible. 9 centers were just given free accessible exam tables and special hoyer-type lifts.

County sells land and then ‘quietly’ changes property line boundaries; County manager says lawsuit may be required to resolve the matter

A big shakeup is about to take place at the Park County Assessor’s Office in the wake of a scandal first uncovered by News 5 Investigates. A Florence couple says the county sold mining land, but then quietly moved the property line away from mining territory. Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Ross just learned that two key players responsible for explaining what happened will soon be leaving the county.

News 5 investigates delays in adding new names to Veterans Bridge in Pueblo 

Sharon Williams reached out to Chief Investigative Reporter Eric Ross for help after she paid to have her husband’s name engraved on the Veterans Bridge along the Pueblo Riverwalk. Nearly a year later, the work still wasn’t done. After News 5 started asking questions, we saw results and got answers. The delay was due in part to a third-party vendor that the HARP Foundation couldn’t contact.

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