A trial eight and a half years in the making has wrapped up the first day. Mark Redwine is accused of chilling his own son, Dylan Redwine, during a court-ordered visit in November of 2012. The trial was delayed for several instances, most recently because of the pandemic.
The high court agreed with a group of former college athletes that NCAA limits on the education-related benefits that colleges can offer athletes who play Division I basketball and football can’t be enforced.
Claudette regained tropical storm status and headed out to sea from the North Carolina coast Monday, less than two days after the system killed 14 people in Alabama, including nine children who died in a highway crash.
At least four injuries were reported in Naperville, where a dozen homes were damaged and numerous large trees were downed by a probable tornado late Sunday, according to a report to the National Weather Service.
A disturbing video was sent to 11 News showcasing an unbelievable site to walk into. A home for sale in Colorado Springs covered in graffiti. According to police reports, the damage was all done by a tenant who was evicted.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra met with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Friday on a visit to Denver that is part of the Biden administration’s effort to promote vaccines among hesitant minority communities that have some of the lowest inoculation rates.
Drivers can expect nighttime traffic impacts early next week as crews continue to prepare the work zone for the Powers Boulevard and Research interchange project. Crews will be installing temporary barriers, access installation, and dirt transport.
The State of Colorado is bringing several mobile vaccine clinics to Juneteenth celebrations in Denver, Colorado Springs, And Pueblo this weekend. The Colorado Springs Juneteenth festival will be happening on Friday, June 18 - Sunday, June 20.