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  • Rob Quirk

    Rob Quirk

    Rob Quirk is an Emmy award winning broadcast journalist.

    Rob Quirk is an Emmy award winning broadcast journalist.

  • Shayla Girardin

    Shayla Girardin

    Shayla Girardin comes to KOAA News 5 from California where she graduated from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Political Science. 

    Shayla Girardin comes to KOAA News 5 from California where she graduated from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in Broadcast Journalism with an emphasis in Political Science. 

  • Motorcyclist dies after losing control of sport bike east of Pueblo

    Motorcyclist dies after losing control of sport bike east of Pueblo

    Monday, August 6 2018 1:51 PM EDT2018-08-06 17:51:30 GMT

    A motorcyclist seen speeding down United Avenue in Pueblo early Sunday morning has died from his injuries.  

    A motorcyclist seen speeding down United Avenue in Pueblo early Sunday morning has died from his injuries.  

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  • Your Healthy Family: Simple steps can help kids transition back to school in big ways

    Your Healthy Family: Simple steps can help kids transition back to school in big ways

    Monday, August 6 2018 12:16 PM EDT2018-08-06 16:16:26 GMT
    children may be required to provide up to date vaccine records when enrolling in a new school. If a child has not had vaccines in a few years, it’s a good idea to check and make sure they’re up to datechildren may be required to provide up to date vaccine records when enrolling in a new school. If a child has not had vaccines in a few years, it’s a good idea to check and make sure they’re up to date
    children may be required to provide up to date vaccine records when enrolling in a new school. If a child has not had vaccines in a few years, it’s a good idea to check and make sure they’re up to datechildren may be required to provide up to date vaccine records when enrolling in a new school. If a child has not had vaccines in a few years, it’s a good idea to check and make sure they’re up to date

    Like it or not, a new school year is fast approaching. The good news is there are steps families can take now to help their children successfully transition from summer time to school time.   Kim Giuliano, M.D., of Cleveland Clinic Children’s said weaning youngsters off of screens is a good place to start. 

    Like it or not, a new school year is fast approaching. The good news is there are steps families can take now to help their children successfully transition from summer time to school time.   Kim Giuliano, M.D., of Cleveland Clinic Children’s said weaning youngsters off of screens is a good place to start. 

  • Your Healthy Family: 4 tips for sending kids with food allergies back to school

    Your Healthy Family: 4 tips for sending kids with food allergies back to school

    Friday, August 3 2018 12:48 PM EDT2018-08-03 16:48:33 GMT
    a few simple preparations before the school year starts can go a long way in protecting a child from an accidental exposure to allergensa few simple preparations before the school year starts can go a long way in protecting a child from an accidental exposure to allergens
    a few simple preparations before the school year starts can go a long way in protecting a child from an accidental exposure to allergensa few simple preparations before the school year starts can go a long way in protecting a child from an accidental exposure to allergens

    As summer winds down, parents and children are preparing for the start of the school year, but for children with food allergies, heading to school for the first time can come with significant stress and anxiety. When a child is at school, they’re away from the watchful eye of their parents — those who can best control their children’s exposure to allergens and recognize symptoms of a reaction. 

    As summer winds down, parents and children are preparing for the start of the school year, but for children with food allergies, heading to school for the first time can come with significant stress and anxiety. When a child is at school, they’re away from the watchful eye of their parents — those who can best control their children’s exposure to allergens and recognize symptoms of a reaction. 

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