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Deadly crash closes I-25 just north of Pueblo

Deadly shooting under investigation in southeast Colorado Springs

MISSING: Nationwide search for brother and sister who could be in Colorado and could be in danger

Krystal Lee sentenced to 3 years in Kelsey Berreth murder cover-up

Car stolen while puffing recovered; Pueblo police need help finding suspect

Man sentenced 18 years in prison for his role in killing of Kenyatta Horne in Security-Widefield

Randy Bishop, wanted for allegedly shooting a police officer, now in custody

Robbery reported at Springs Cricket Wireless

WANTED: Burglary suspect in El Paso County

1 hurt after suspected DUI driver loses control, crashes outside business


'But I was only gone a second': As 'Puffer Enforcement Week' kicks off, how not to be a statistic

Early morning fire under investigation for possible arson

Voice of the consumer: FedEx, Amazon warning of package scam

Man already in jail suspected of murder facing new murder charges for Colorado Springs cold case

Suspect threatens woman with hammer, steals her car

Man bites security guard’s finger, sends him to hospital

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Posted: 6:10 PM - We go to the wrestling mats at Colorado Springs Christian School for this weeks Classroom Champion. That is where you can find Jake Hamilton, a straight A student with 7 tournament titles under his belt. This year, he is all-in on bringing home a state title.

Posted: 4:06 PM - The Denver Broncos have named Mike Shula as quarterbacks coach, Head Coach Vic Fangio announced on Tuesday. Shula has been a quarterbacks coach or offensive coordinator in each of his last 20 seasons in the NFL. He most recently worked as offensive coordinator for the New York Giants from 2018-19 when Broncos Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur was the team’s head coach.

Posted: 01/27/2020 - The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and eight others that crashed into a rugged hillside outside Los Angeles was flying in foggy conditions considered dangerous enough that local police agencies grounded their choppers.