Posted 5:36 PM 3/6/2013 by Jacqui Heinrich, firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2009 was a terrifying time for the 5,000 patients who went through surgery at Rose Medical Center in Denver and the 12,000 patients who went through the Audubon Surgery Center in Colorado Springs. Former surgery technician Kristin Parker stole the painkiller fentanyl from patients (More)
Posted 10:23 AM 2/26/2013 by Joe Bevans
DETROIT (AP) - Hercules Tire is recalling some light-duty truck tires in the U.S. because the belts and treads can separate from the tires. The recall covers 10-ply Load Range E tires in the company's All Trac line. All the recalled tires are 16- or 17-inches in diameter. They are used mainly on (More)
Posted 1:06 PM 2/26/2013 by David Ortiviz
An underage teenager tries to buy a pack of smokes. No I.D.? That may not be a problem. A 5 Uncovers hidden camera investigation discovered some clerks in Pueblo are selling tobacco to minors, despite warnings and fines by the Feds.
One survey in Pueblo shows 75% of minors who try to buy (More)
Posted 6:21 PM 2/21/2013 by David Ortiviz
A minor shouldn't be able to buy cigarettes until the age of 18. But in Pueblo there's evidence kids are getting smokes illegally from irresponsible clerks. "In Pueblo itself three out of four teens, young people less than 18, can buy tobacco. Walk into a store and buy it," said Dr. Chris (More)
Posted 12:02 AM 2/15/2013 by Siera Santos, email@example.com
It was one of the most infamous scandals to come out of Colorado Springs.
In the 1990s, a 26-year-old Charles Daugherty pretended to be a 17-year-old girl and enrolled in Coronado High School. He joined the cheerleading squad and even flirted with football players.
The debacle drew (More)
Posted 10:55 AM 2/13/2013 by Eric Ross
News 5 uncovers hundreds of sexual assault kits collected are not being sent off for testing.
"We assume evidence is being submitted for testing after a victim comes to law enforcement and goes through the additional traumatic experience of having the evidence collected," House District 43 (More)
Posted 8:12 PM 2/7/2013 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - When police officers remove marijuana plants from indoor grow operations, they are encouraged to suit up in protective clothing. Respirators, Tyvex body suits, rubber gloves and even eye protection are used to protect the officer's health.
What is so dangerous about pot (More)
Posted 5:23 PM 2/5/2013 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - Under Colorado's new recreational marijuana law, any adult over the age of 21 can grow and keep up to six marijuana plants in their home. But those plants may actually be damaging the health of anyone living in or near the home.
Dr. John Martyny, Ph.D. was the lead (More)
Posted 1:58 PM 4/26/2013 by Eric Ross
Imagine getting phone calls and friend requests on Facebook from people across the nation you don't know. After doing some research, you find out your personal photographs are posted on what police are calling "revenge porn" web sites.
It's the new wave of cyber bullying sweeping the (More)