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New York bombing suspect identified

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Authorities identified the attacker as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah. Monday's explosion injured him, slightly wounded three other people and sent commuters fleeing in terror through a subway corridor near Times Square.

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Man dies in police custody in Pueblo

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Police officers involved in a struggle with a suspect Sunday afternoon are on routine administrative leave following the man's death.

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Crash closes northbound I-25 north of Walsenburg

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CDOT says a crash has closed all lanes of northbound I-25 at mile marker 70 near Colorado City. 

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Colorado Springs Fire Department crews rescue family from house fire

4 people were displace by this house fire on Yosemite Drive. (KOAA) 4 people were displace by this house fire on Yosemite Drive. (KOAA)
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Crews from the Colorado Springs Fire Department battled a house fire in the 1400 block of Yosemite Drive Monday morning.

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Fire at Fort Carson training range 100% contained

Smoke from a training range fire on Fort Carson. Smoke from a training range fire on Fort Carson.
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A grass fire at Fort Carson that has been burning over the weekend is 100 percent contained, but smoke may still be visible in the area. A plume of smoke was reported visible from Hwy 115, and I-25 in both Colorado Springs and Pueblo over the weekend.

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A snowboarder who hit a tree in Keystone has died

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A snowboarder who hit a tree in Keystone has been taken off life support.  The Summit Daily says 21-year old Nathan Enright lost control and hit a tree on a beginner trail.  The coroner's office says he was not wearing a helmet and died of severe head trauma. 

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Former school staff member accused of filming up students skirts

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A former staff member at a Castle Rock High School is out on bond Monday. 54-year old Steve Jenkins was accused of filming or trying to film under the skirts and dresses of several students, all without their consent. 

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Find your ride match with new Mountain Metro Transit resource

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Mountain Metropolitan Transit is adding a new tool to help people get around in Colorado. It is an on-line interactive options called RidePro. “What we’re trying to do is kind of enhance the options people have in this community,” said Wendy Patterson with Mountain Metro. 

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Bitcoin futures begin trading

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Over the past few months, Bitcoin's rising value is astonishing financial experts and investors alike.

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Southern Colorado law enforcement solving gun crimes with new technology

In a lab at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, shell casings are examined to assist law enforcement in crime investigations In a lab at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, shell casings are examined to assist law enforcement in crime investigations
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In the last few years, law enforcement in southern Colorado have been able to track down serial shooters with the help of technology at a Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) lab.

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Two dead in Weston, man in custody on murder charges

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The Las Animas County Sheriff's Office says two people are dead and a man is in custody.  It's after an incident that happened over the weekend in the small town of Weston, not far from the New Mexico state line. The sheriff's office was called to Aspen Drive after a reported shooting. 

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Pueblo Police looking for armed robbery suspect

Pueblo Police said this man is wanted in connection to multiple crimes around the city. Pueblo Police said this man is wanted in connection to multiple crimes around the city.
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Pueblo Police are looking for a suspect involved in a man wanted in connection to multiple carjackings and an armed robbery at a Walmart on the south side of Pueblo Monday.

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Broncos Wide Receiver Cody Latimer rides along with Denver Police

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The Denver Police Department posted a video to its Facebook page showing Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer's experience riding along in a DPD patrol car.

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Coffee shop wants to be Denver's first legal marijuana club

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Colorado's largest city is reviewing the first application from a business seeking to be among the nation's first legal marijuana clubs, more than a year after voters approved the bring-your-own pot clubs. 

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Sanders says Trump already addressed allegations

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The White House is pushing back on sexual misconduct allegations against President Donald Trump, saying he has already denied them. Three women who previously accused Trump of sexual harassment shared their stories Monday on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today." 

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Spirit boots breast-feeding woman from plane

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A woman making a long-planned trip with her parents and young son says Spirit Airlines kicked the family off the plane when she didn't immediately stop breast-feeding the 2-year-old, who was restless after a long delay. 

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Cold front later in the week

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Another unusually warm day Tuesday with sunny skies and light breezes. High temperatures will reach the 50's and 60's. 

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Several road closures in Manitou Springs this week

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There will be several road closures in Manitou Springs this week. These closures are at the Westside Avenue Action Plan site, which is a transportation and safety project that began in January 2017.  

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Only four days left in 'Letters from Santa' program

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The United States Postal Service has a program that is spreading the magic of Christmas to kids across the nation. USPS has a 'Letters from Santa' program for kids to send letters to Santa, and receive a response from the man himself complete with a North Pole postmark. 

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How to discard fats, oils and grease this holiday season

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Discarding fat, oil and grease (FOG) down the drain can cause water pipes to clog. Colorado Springs Utilities says excess FOG can cause issues all year long, but especially during the holiday season where food disposal seems never ending. 

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Abilene Christian edges Air Force 62-58

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Air Force averaged better shooting from the floor (49 to 43 percent) and had a 33-24 rebounding edge over the Wildcats. Yet Abilene Christian did better from long range with nine 3-pointers to Air Force's three.

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Fort Carson welcomes home 140 Military Police Battalion Soldiers

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Fort Carson is welcoming home nearly 140 Fort Carson Soldiers from the 110th Military Police Company, 759th MP Battalion.  The soldiers were deployed in March in support of the U.S. Army Europe, Atlantic Resolve and NATO's Enhanced Forward Presence.  

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Louisiana man admits misusing Trump's Social Security number

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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A Louisiana private investigator pleaded guilty on Monday to misusing Donald Trump's Social Security number in repeated attempts to access the president's federal tax information before his election last year. 

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How to land cheap flights for Christmas

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While everyone is trying to get their Christmas shopping done, travel experts say now is the time to shop for cheap flights. "When you look at airfare the best thing you can do now is avoid the peak travel days, which are going to be December 23rd and the 26th.

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Denver opens 3 new homeless shelters with added amenities

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Officials say the three new homeless shelters that have recently opened in Denver are aiming to be more welcoming to the homeless by offering more amenities. 

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Colorado Springs PD looking for possible kidnapping victim

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Surveillance photos show an as yet unidentified woman in her late 20s or early 30s who got into a car outside a convenience store at 300 S. Hancock Avenue on Sunday.

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Athletes, entertainers rush to support bullied Tennessee boy

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 A Tennessee woman’s video of her tearful son recounting being bullied at middle school has prompted a wave of support from athletes and entertainers. 

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Your Healthy Family: Kids benefit when parents allowed in treatment rooms

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A new national survey by Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children found that 90 percent of Americans think parents should be able to stay with their child during treatment of a life-threatening injury or condition. 

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First Alert 5 Forecast: Gorgeous Weather With Some Fire Danger

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While most of the viewing area is advisory free, the eastern plains with counties like Kiowa, Prowers and Baca are under a Red Flag Warning until 5 pm tonight. A large, strong ridge over the central and western United States keeps the forecast gorgeous for the next few days across southern Colorado...

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Broncos break losing streak against Jets in Week 14

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As the Broncos approach Week 14 of the NFL season, one can only hope they will end their eight game losing streak. The Broncos are playing the Jets who have a 5-7 record, and are third in the AFC East. The Broncos tried to switch things up two weeks ago, using quarterback Lynch, who is still injured this week.

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CSFD receives $20,000 grant for fire mitigation

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Right now the Colorado Springs Fire Department is getting ready to start some new mitigation work in 2 neighborhoods. That mitigation will happen around at least 40 homes in the Rockrimmon and Hunter's Point neighborhoods. As most of us know, that work consists of things like removing dead grass, and things that can fuel fires within 30 feet of your home. 

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Winter doesn't have to mean the end of hiking

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Although it doesn't look it yet, winter is coming. The onset of winter doesn't have to mean the end of hiking season though. 

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Gas prices drop slightly

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There's a little bit of good news for holiday travelers in Colorado. Gas prices are dropping across the Front Range. 

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Two victims injured in drive-by shooting in Colorado Springs

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Colorado Springs Police responded to a reported shooting early Sunday morning. Reports lead police to the intersection of Hancock Expressway and S. Circle Drive.  

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Adventure series seeks to prep Colorado hikers for all weather elements

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The Garden of the Gods Visitor Center has started an adventure series, to make sure hikers--no matter how experienced they are--are prepared for Colorado winters.

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First Alert 5 Forecast: Dry & Warm Weather Continues

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Another beautiful day here in Colorado with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s in our corner of the state.  Average for this time of the year is in the lower 40s, and we're well shy of breaking records in the 70s, so this is an early Christmas gift! 

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All lanes of Austin Bluffs closed due to accident

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All westbound lanes on Austin Bluffs are closed at Academy Blvd for a traffic accident. Drivers are advised to avoid the area, and expect delays.  

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Facebook Launches "Messenger Kids"

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Wherever there's a kid, chances are there's a mobile device close by, and increasingly the digital offerings on those devices cater to young users, including a new app recently launched by Facebook. It's called Messenger Kids, made for children 6 to 12 years old. 

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South Korea imposes new sanctions on North Korea

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South Korea says it has added several North Korean groups and individuals to its sanctions list as part of efforts to cut off funding for the North weapons programs. South Korea's government says the sanctions on 20 North Korean groups and 12 individuals took effect Monday.

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The 65th Beulah Yule Log added another chapter to its tradition

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The hunt for a holiday log at a small town in Pueblo County added another chapter to its long storied tradition. The 65th Beulah Yule Log Hunt happened Sunday at Pueblo Mountain Park. 

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Update: Smoke visible from fire at Fort Carson training range

Smoke from a training range fire on Fort Carson. Smoke from a training range fire on Fort Carson.
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UPDATE: The grass fire that started yesterday (12/9/17) at Fort Carson has re-ignited on the training range.

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Nuggets fall in overtime to Pacers, 126-116

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Victor Oladipo had a career-high 47 points and added seven rebounds and six assists to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 126-116 overtime win over the Denver Nuggets on Sunday.

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Lanes reopen on NB Powers after accident

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Two lanes of traffic on northbound Powers Blvd at Stetson Hills Blvd are closed due to an injury traffic accident. Colorado Springs Police and Fire Communications tweeted for drivers to avoid the area if possible. There is no word on when the lanes will re-open. 

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30 planes deliver food, toys to Colorado veterans in need

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About 10,000 pounds (4,536 kilograms) of food and toys were flown to veterans in rural Colorado communities as part of a 7th annual charity airlift.    KMGH-TV reports that nearly 30 planes took off from Centennial Airport on Sunday, making trips to nine cities across the state. 

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Kids get toys, books at Colorado Goodwill thanks to donor

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Kids shopping at a Colorado Goodwill store got some early holiday presents thanks to an anonymous donor.  The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports that the annual giveaway was announced on the store's intercom Saturday.

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Broncos snap losing streak, beat Jets 23-0

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Rejoice Broncos country, the nightmare is finally over. After losing eight consecutive games the Broncos offense and defense finally played a full game and beat the New York Jets 23-0.

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Volunteers build new bikes for school surprise

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They say many hands make little work and that was certainly the case Sunday morning at Oskar Blues in downtown Colorado Springs. Dozens of volunteers got together to build new bicycles as a holiday surprise for kids in the community. 

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CC Tigers skate to 1-1 draw with Denver Pioneers

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Alex Leclerc made 37 saves and Trevor Gooch scored for Colorado College as the Tigers and Denver, the No. 1 team in the country, tied for the second consecutive night. 

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Trump rails against news media after reporting corrections

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President Donald Trump is again railing against the news media, calling them a "stain on America."In a tweet Sunday, Trump blasts the lack of attention over what he describes as "false and defamatory stories" by the "Fake News Media."  "They are out of control - correct reporting means nothing to them. 

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Annual hunt for Yule Log in Beulah

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The annual hunt for the Beulah Yule Log happens Sunday, Dec. 10.

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Strange lights in night sky seen across US

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Did you happen to see the strange lights moving across the night sky and flashing in unison last night? Well if you did, you weren't the only one. 

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Broncos look to end 8 game losing streak

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The Broncos are hoping to end their eight game losing streak on Sunday. They are facing the 5-7 New York Jets. 

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Sunday Morning Weather: Dry And Mild Pattern

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Our dry pattern continues with an upper level ridge locked over the western half of the county for at least the next week. 

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'Fantasy Flight' takes children to 'North Pole Wonderland'

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Saturday evening, 12/9, 50 underprivileged children and their families will be treated to a holiday celebration. 

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CSPD respond to stolen vehicle resulting in three arrests

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Officers from the Sand Creek Division of Colorado Springs Police were notified of a stolen vehicle resulting in multiple arrests Saturday morning. Police said they learned wanted parties were believed to be in a residence on Mallard Drive in Colorado Springs. 

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Homeowner facing arson charges after grass fire burns 200 acres

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A grass fire threatening structures burned in eastern El Paso County Saturday afternoon. 

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Police arrest convicted felon after shooting in Colorado Springs

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Police respond to reports of a shooting in Colorado Springs to find a man who shot himself and an occupant in a car. Sand Creek Officers of CSPD received reports of a shooting near Saratoga Dr. and Carmel Cir. a little after noon on Saturday. 

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Saturday marks 10 years since New Life Church shooting

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It's now been a decade since a gunman shot five people, killing two outside of New Life church on a Sunday afternoon outside of New Life Church in Colorado Springs. On that day, 24-year-old Matthew Murray shot and killed two and injured two more earlier that morning in Arvada.

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Police Bait Porch Pirates With Fake Packages

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A police department in Iowa is cracking down on porch pirates, using fake packages and a GPS-like device to catch the crooks. "We get instant notification you know as soon as somebody picks it up, and we have the ability to track that and find them," said Hiawatha Police Chief Dennis Marks.  

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Mississippi flag protested at museum opening

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During the opening ceremony for two museums in Mississippi, about 25 people, black and white, stood silently with Confederate battle flag stickers covering their mouths. They were protesting that the emblem is still part of the Mississippi state flag.

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Police say missing 14-year old at risk for sexual exploitation

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Westminster Police search for endangered 14-year old girl. 14-year old Isabella Garcia was last seen by her guardians on October 31 in Lakewood.  Police describe her as a Hispanic female, 5'4", 130 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, last seen wearing grey sweat pants and a brown sweater.

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Traffic Tickets Fight Hunger: Food For Fines

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Normally if you are pulled over in Corry, Pennsylvania and receive a ticket, the money goes to the city, but for the month of December you can pay in with a donation to the Corry Food Pantry.

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Cotopaxi family outraged after deputy shoots their dog

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The 2-year-old pitbull required emergency surgery after a Sheriff's Deputy shot him last week. The deputy says it was in self defense, but the dog's owner says this situation could have easily been avoided.

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Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield wins Heisman Trophy

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Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has won the Heisman Trophy, completing a climb from walk-on to one of the most accomplished players in the history of college football.

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No. 13 Xavier stomps Colorado 96-69

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Trevon Bluiett scored 25 points, J.P. Macura emerged from his slump by making his first six shots, and No. 13 Xavier completed a streak of non-conference payback wins by drubbing Colorado 96-69 on Saturday.

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Southern California wildfires claim first life

Southern California wildfires claim first life Southern California wildfires claim first life
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The six major fires burning through Southern California have claimed their first life. 

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Army beats Navy 14-13, wins Commander-in-Chief's trophy

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For the first time since 1996 the Black Knights have captured the Commander-in-Chief's trophy.

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New Mexico school closed indefinitely after deadly shooting

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 A northwestern New Mexico high school where a deadly shooting occurred will remain closed until further notice. Authorities say 21-year-old William Atchison, a former student at Aztec High School, shot and killed two students at random Thursday before killing himself.

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Denver area records less snow than usual for December

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National Weather Service meteorologists say the Denver area usually sees a lot more snow by early December than what the city has experienced this year.

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Lindsey Vonn finishes race with injury

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Lindsey Vonn finished a World Cup super-G race in extreme pain Saturday and was treated by race doctors for an apparent back injury. 

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Two people found dead in Las Animas County

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On Friday, Dec. 8 Las Animas County Sheriff's responded to a report of a shooting in the 14200 block of Aspen Drive in Weston, Colorado. Upon arrival deputies apprehended a man outside of the residence. Inside of the residence deputies found two deceased individuals. Despite being called on initial reports of a shooting, deputies have not said how the victims died. The cause of death will be determined by an autopsy next week. The man deputies apprehended is currently in c... More>>

Dozens turn out for Cocoa with a Cop

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The police officers and sheriff's deputies hosted "Cocoa with a Cop" at the Kneaders Bakery in the First and Main Town Center along Powers and Carefree. 

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Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers to implement new technology

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The Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers organization has announced that they have a new and improved method to help solve and prevent crimes. 

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How #MeToo is changing behavior in the workplace

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Nearly two months ago, five letters started a movement that has shaken up the country and led to many losing their jobs. With the #MeToo movement leading to the dismissal of many high profile individuals, people around the country are re-evaluating how they behave at work, including right here in Colorado Springs. 

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Man arrested for stabbing brother with steak knife

Roy Kauhaahaa, 40, was arrested for 2nd Degree Assault for reportedly stabbing his brother with a steak knife during a fight Friday Roy Kauhaahaa, 40, was arrested for 2nd Degree Assault for reportedly stabbing his brother with a steak knife during a fight Friday
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Officers with the Colorado Springs Police arrested a man that they believe stabbed his brother with a steak knife during a fight Friday afternoon. Roy Kauhaahaa, 40, was taken into custody on suspicion of second degree assault. 

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Overnight accident causes power outage

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At approximately 11 p.m. Friday night, 12/9, a rollover accident occurred near the intersection of Hancock Expressway and Circle Dr.

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Colorado College beats #1 Denver 5-4 in double overtime

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Tigers have not won the Gold Pan outright since the 2013-14 season. 

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Brown's 20 leads Oregon to 95-65 win over Colorado State

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Prentiss Nixon, coming off a career-high 31 points against Arkansas, had 25 to lead the Rams (4-6), and Nico Carvacho added 12.

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UC Riverside tops Air Force 67-48 to end four-game slide

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Air Force never found the range on offense. The Falcons made just 17 of 56 (30 percent) from the floor, including 5 of 27 (18.5 percent) from long range, and nine of 17 free throws (53 percent).

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Pueblo contractor pleads "no contest" to operating a remodeling business without a license and proper permits

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The Pueblo Building Department summoned a contractor to court after he continued to solicit business without a valid license. Joe Pacheco is accused of ripping off multiple homeowners by taking money up front for jobs he didn't finish.  Friday afternoon, Pacheco pleaded "no contest" to operating a remodeling company without a general contractor's license and failing to pull proper permits for repair work.  A judge ordered Pacheco to pay a $25...

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The Fountain fence that keeps on giving

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This Fountain family tradition is going on 6 years and is responsible for hundreds of smiles and thousands of warm hands and feet. 

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Where are the best sloppers in Pueblo?

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The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce and Visit Pueblo are teaming to produce a Pueblo Slopper Tour. The tour kicks off in January and will consist of local Pueblo restaurants that serve fan-favorite slopper dishes. 

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Future uncertain at Venetucci Farm

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The caretaker at Venetucci Farm says she's losing her job due to a loss of funding as a result of PFC water contamination from firefighting foam at Peterson Air Force Base.

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Traffic shift on Woodmen happening Sunday

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The City of Colorado Springs announced it is pushing back the start of a traffic shift at Woodmen and Union to December 10.

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Gates going in at Garden of the Gods

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For the first time, measures are going in to control access to Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. There are four roads entering the park and gates are under construction or in future plans.

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Rockies agree to 2-year deal with catcher Chris Iannetta

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The 34-year-old Iannetta spent last season in Arizona, where he hit .254. He had a scary moment in May when a 93 mph pitch by a Pittsburgh reliever hit him in the face. He required several stitches to his upper lip, along with suffering fractured teeth and a broken nose. He went on the seven-day concussion list.

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Police arrest man suspected of stabbing his brother

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Colorado Springs Police said a fight between two 40-year-old brothers ended in a stabbing at a home near the Chapel Hills mall Friday afternoon. 

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Sheriff: Heroes saved lives in New Mexico school shooting

Aztec High School is shown in Aztec, N.M., Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors or in closets, as a gunman opened fire Thursday inside a New Mexico high school, Aztec High School is shown in Aztec, N.M., Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017. Students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors or in closets, as a gunman opened fire Thursday inside a New Mexico high school,
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Authorities said heroes helped save lives during a deadly shooting at a New Mexico high school. 

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U.S. Postal Service busy as deadlines approach for holiday shipping

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Local branches of the U.S. Postal Service are expected to handle more than 1.5 million parcels between Thanksgiving and New Years this year, which has mail carriers working extra shifts to get gifts where they need to be.

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Southern cities see more snow than Colorado Springs has seen all season

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The storm that brought snow to most of the Southern United States dropped more in some areas than Colorado Springs has seen this winter.

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Suspect in road rage incident caught on camera goes to trial in January

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A man facing multiple charges for a road rage incident caught on camera along Old Stage Road in June will go on trial early next year.

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Large fire burning in Baca County

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Fire authorities in Lamar said there are multiple agencies responding to a large wildfire burning in Baca County. 

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5 Around Town: December 9th and 10th

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December means holiday events! We’ve got plenty of options this weekend. 

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Gunman dressed like student to gain access to New Mexico school

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Authorities say the 21-year-old gunman who killed two students at a New Mexico high school wrote a message that included his intended timeline for the event.

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New snow opens more skiing in Summit County

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New snow is sparkling in Summit County today, Friday, Dec. 8. Several ski resorts received multiple inches through the night, allowing the resorts to open many runs for the first time this year. 

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Police identify suspect in overnight manhunt on Circle Drive

Irving Rodrigues-Munozarrested for Criminal Attempt to 2nd Degree Murder and Possession of Weapons by Previous Offender. Irving Rodrigues-Munozarrested for Criminal Attempt to 2nd Degree Murder and Possession of Weapons by Previous Offender.
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A man at the center of an intense search in Colorado Springs late Wednesday night has been identified as 25-year-old Irving Rodrigues-Munoz.

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Medal of Honor recipients return medals to Fort Carson

The Medal of Honor is presented to service members for act of heroism in battle. The Medal of Honor is presented to service members for act of heroism in battle.
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As part of the 100th anniversary of Fort Carson, two living Medal of Honor recipients gave their medals back to the mountain post in a special ceremony Thursday. 

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Franken forced out

Senator Al Franken announces that he will resign from the senate in coming weeks. Senator Al Franken announces that he will resign from the senate in coming weeks.
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(NBC News) Embattled Senator Al Franken announced Wednesday his plan to resign in the face of sexual harassment allegations. 

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New wildfires erupt

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(NBC News) The devastating wildfires that had been largely confined to the Los Angeles area exploded into San Diego County Thursday.

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo opens 'Electric Safari'

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The first night of Electric Safari is here! The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's annual holiday light extravaganza is celebrating it's 27 year. 

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Suspect in Colorado Springs homicide surrenders

Donte Jose Mayo faces a charge of murder in Colorado Springs for a double shooting on October 26, 2017. Donte Jose Mayo faces a charge of murder in Colorado Springs for a double shooting on October 26, 2017.
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Colorado Springs police announced Friday morning that a man wanted for a double shooting outside a Family Dollar has surrendered to authorities in Pennsylvania. 

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Contractor accused of ripping off homeowners has ties to law enforcement

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News 5 Investigates discovered a Pueblo contractor accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from homeowners and he reportedly did it while working for the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.  One day after we started asking the sheriff's office questions regarding Pacheco's employment, he was fired.

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Your Healthy Family: Debunking common winter medical myths

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As we continue to deal with our current cold snap in southern Colorado, we're talking about a couple of common medical myths with Dr. Ian Tullberg urgent care medical director with UCHealth Memorial.

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Pueblo South celebrates state title

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The Colts held and assembly to recognize and celebrate their first football state title in school history.  

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CC Hockey searching for Gold Pan victory

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2013-14 was the last season the Tigers hoisted the Gold Pan Trophy and the juniors in the Tiger locker room are chomping at the bit to get a win. 

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Stamkos has 3 points, Lightning beat Avalanche 5-2

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Erik Johnson also scored for the Avalanche, who were coming off a 1-4 homestand. Semyon Varlamov stopped 27 shots.

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IIHS names the safest cars in 2018

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says it's pleased with how well manufacturers are making the grade for the upcoming year.  

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Your Healthy Family: Stay safe in bitter cold temperatures

Frostbite most commonly affects areas that stick out, like the fingers, nose, toes and face. Frostbite most commonly affects areas that stick out, like the fingers, nose, toes and face.
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The first big chill of the winter season can feel especially brutal, as we have been feeling in southern Colorado. When the weather takes a sharp turn for the colder, it can be easy for us to get caught out of practice with our winter preparedness. 

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Collier scores 16 to help Colorado beat New Mexico 75-57

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Schwartz hit a driving layup in the final moments of the first half, giving Colorado a 35-33 lead.

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Cousins' 40/22 night leads Pelicans past Nuggets, 123-114

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New Orleans went on a decisive 20-3 run during which Cousins scored six points and blocked two shots. It marked the second time this season Cousins had at least 40 points and 20 rebounds in a game.

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NFL commissioner Goodell signs 5-year contract extension

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Roger Goodell has signed a five-year contract extension to remain commissioner of the NFL through 2024.  

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Storm Safe visits French Elementary

Storm Safe visits French Elementary Storm Safe visits French Elementary
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On Wednesday, First Alert 5 Meteorologist Jessica Van Meter visited students at French Elementary School in Widefeild to talk about the different types of severe weather southern Colorado deals with and ways to stay safe in storms. 

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SNOTEL Data Shows Below Average Snow Pack

SNOTEL Snow Pack Data SNOTEL Snow Pack Data
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The lack of big snow is starting to show up across Colorado with below average numbers being reported in SNOTEL data...

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