Santa Shop opens to help foster kids.
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High school science teacher John MacFarlane went through firearms training this summer to learn how to confront a mass shooter. He said he’s willing to die to protect students, but he would much rather have a fighting chance if the unthinkable ever happens.
COLORADO SPRINGS- Elected officials in Colorado aren’t showing up at the office, but they’re still collecting that tax payer funded salary. It comes down to this,
Dragonman to hand out 100 bikes to kids in need.
The city of Colorado Springs has experienced a record year with 36 homicides so far as of December 18th. It is an unfortunate follow-up to 2017 when Colorado Springs Police were investigating a then-record 29 homicides, two of which have not been cleared.
There’s still time to get those gifts in the mail but deadlines are fast approaching.
Vitalant supplies blood and blood products to around 1,000 hospitals in 40 states. In Colorado, their hospital network consists of around 100 facilities.
COLORADO SPRINGS- In the days following a deadly shooting in Southeast Colorado Springs, neighbors say the area where the violence broke out is a hot spot
Devine Redeemer Schools hands to Christmas hams to those in need.
It is the season of giving, and so Fox invited other local charities from the Indy Gives campaign set up booths alongside businesses in the bazaar to try and raise donations for their organizations.
Wreaths will be placed at the headstones of thousands of veterans laid to rest at Fort Lyon National Cemetery in Southern Colorado. “It is a year like no other,” said Event Coordinator, Darla Youngblood. It is the first time every headstone will be decorated.
Fun run to be held Saturday in support of annual Bob Telmosse Christmas giveaway
News 5 investigates complaints from our viewers about a local self-serve car wash that is overcharging customers by hundreds of dollars.
The mother of a missing woman from Woodland Park is speaking out, asking everyone to look at the pictures and posters of her daughter in hopes that someone will recognize her and contact the police.
One Colorado Springs man is sharing his Christmas light display this year for a great cause, but he needs your help to make a difference!