DEA at several El Paso County homes Tuesday

Drug Enforcement agents and other law enforcement were at a home on the south end of Colorado Springs Tuesday morning.

Two people were killed in east El Paso County after a Jeep crossed into oncoming traffic and hit another vehicle head on.

Drier and a bit windy Tuesday...

A couple and their dog were able to safely escape after their east Springs home filled up with smoke Monday morning.

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