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Snow totals: Several areas in Colorado hammered with more than a foot of spring snow

The Centennial State received a late season snowstorm that began on Friday and will continue to drop wet, heavy now on Saturday. Most of the precipitation in the Denver-metro will conclude mid-morning, however, snow will continue to south and west of Denver into the afternoon hours, according to the National Weather Service. As of 7 a.m. areas across the Front Range received as little as 1.7 inches while other areas...
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7-car crash on I-25 southbound near Woodmen majorly slows traffic

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- A seven-car crash on I-25 south, just south of the Woodmen exit, has caused major delays as traffic is running slowly in the center lane, according to the Colorado Springs Fire Department. Though officials said it was a seven-car crash KRDO crews on scene saw nine cars that were immobile The post 7-car crash on I-25 southbound near Woodmen majorly slows traffic appeared first on KRDO.
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Colorado Springs police on scene of a reported shooting

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Colorado Springs police are currently on scene for a reported shooting near Chelton Road and Mallard Drive. The call came in just before 1 p.m. Saturday. Crews are in the area. Officers were not able to give any information on injuries or how many people...

Crews work to clear jack-knife semi on I-25, causing severe delays

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Around 5:30 a.m. Saturday, a semi-truck heading to Denver jack-knifed and slammed into the shoulder along Interstate 25 north of the Nevada Ave. exit. I-25 SLICK CONDITIONS: Semi-Truck jack-knife in the northbound lanes of the interstate 25 north of the Nevada exit. @CSPDPIO on scene tell me the driver simply The post Crews work to clear jack-knife semi on I-25, causing severe delays appeared first on KRDO.

Unvaccinated Air Force Academy cadets to receive degrees

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - The U.S. Air Force Academy Board says three cadets who refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine earlier this week can graduate from the USAFA. This decision was reportedly made on Friday. Officials say those cadets will get a Bachelor of Science degree, but they will...

May snowstorm delivers big snow totals

COLORADO SPRINGS — Our Saturday in May is looking a little more like a day we’d see in January as many are waking up to snow-packed yards. Friday to Saturday’s snowstorm packed a punch to Colorado with many people recording over five inches of snow. We could have had even more snow fall, but because […]

Power lines hit with falling tree limbs from heavy snowfall

COLORADO SPRINGS — You may be experiencing a power outage in your area from downed tree branches hitting power lines. The weight of snow is causing big issues for trees resulting in entire limbs being stripped down. A few power lines have been struck by these falling tree limbs. Power outages may occur when this […]

Colorado Man Wanted For Murder Caught After Stealing Cop Car

A Colorado man wanted for murder is facing a slew of charges after being caught stealing a cop car and racking up numerous charges in the process. The Colorado man has been identified as 32-year-old Osemeke Uwadibie and is facing numerous charges. Uwadibie first caught the eye of police after being named a suspect in a homicide in which the man was confirmed to have been inside the deceased's Colorado Springs apartment.

[VIDEO] Power line catches tree on fire in Colorado

A video shared to Twitter by Ryan Hannigan shows the moment that a drooping tree branch caught fire in Colorado Springs, after coming in contact with a power line. "Sure glad there’s so much moisture here in #ColoradoSprings right now or this would be a bigger danger. Yes, we have already had CSFD out to look and they’ve notified Utilities," Hannigan said in the tweet.

A touching account of one American family’s struggle with schizophrenia

On the surface, the Galvins were the model American family. Parents Mimi and Don lived in Colorado Springs in the 1950s and 60s and had 12 children, 10 boys and two girls. Don Galvin was an instructor at the Air Force Academy. His sons, all good looking and talented, became football and wrestling stars, musicians and artists. Mimi Galvin introduced her children to opera and fine arts, and took them outdoors in search of wild mushrooms. They were the post-war American dream. But their lives turned into a nightmare. Starting with their oldest son, six out of their 10 boys developed schizophrenia.

Watch: Josh Van Locks Up Rare Calf Slicer At Fury FC 62

Flyweight Josh Van picked up his fifth pro victory with a rarely seen calf slicer submission on the main card of Fury FC 62. Matched up with Mario Suazo, Van largely had his way with the Denver native on the feet before locking up the submission to finish the fight late in the second round.

Several power outages reported in Southern Colorado Saturday morning

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Crews are working hard to restore power to residents all across Southern Colorado Saturday morning. Colorado Springs Utilities says a power outage near north Academy Boulevard and east Platte Avenue has been fixed. The outage reportedly happened around 1:30 a.m. Saturday and was restored around 5:30 a.m.

Photos & Videos of Colorado’s May snowstorm

COLORADO SPRINGS — Residents of Colorado Springs shared photos and videos of the spring snowstorm that occurred over the course of this weekend. Here is a comparison of the weather the day before Saturday’s snowstorm. Damaged trees lean against power lines in videos shown below. Some powerlines have even caught flames with surrounding branches. The […]

CSU says keep away from power lines in spring storm safety update

COLORADO SPRINGS — About 800 residents are without electric service due to the spring snowstorm, according to Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU). CSU says that crews will work 24/7 to remove tree branches from power lines, restore services and maintain system reliability. As snow continues through the weekend, CSU advises residents to follow these steps to […]