December 6, 2013
As the stretch of brutal cold continues, freezing pipes is a major problem across Southern Colorado, and that is keeping local plumbers busy around the clock.
An officer responding to a possible animal cruelty case says the situation escalated, resulting in the arrest of two men.
Police have arrested two men accused of shooting a third man at a local park.
11 News viewers share their images from the season's coldest days yet.
A fourth straight month of solid hiring cut the U.S. unemployment rate to a five-year low of 7 percent in November, an encouraging sign for the economy.
The Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region is being inundated with calls about pets being left outside in the cold.
Colorado Springs police were alerted about a suspicious letter that's been showing up in people's mail boxes. They asked us to check it out and we discovered it really isn't a scam.
South African State Television just announced the passing of human rights activist and Former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Colorado Springs police remain on Accident Alert Status Friday.
District 11 has issued a statement in response to criticism from parents angered over what many perceived as a late response to the inclement weather Thursday.