Cheyenne Mountain Helped Spawn Hailstorm That Pounded El Paso CountyThe storm formed just after midnight and dropped hail the size of tennis balls.
Tennis Ball Sized Hail Damages Homes Near Colorado SpringsHail the size of tennis balls caused a lot of damage to communities south of Colorado Springs early Wednesday morning.
Security Tightened At Some Western Colorado SchoolsSecurity is being tightened at some schools in western Colorado in an effort to reassure students and parents following the school shooting in Florida.
Denver-Bound Frontier Airlines Flight Diverted To Oklahoma CityA Frontier Airlines flight has been diverted to Oklahoma City's Will Rogers World Airport after a "suspicious device" was found on board.
Suspect Shot After Officers Say He Lured Them Into ChasePolice say the man who was intentionally trying to engage law enforcement officers in a chase was shot when it ended in Fountain.
Air Force May Have Inadvertently Released PFCs Into Drinking WaterChemicals found in wells near the Peterson Air Force Base may have started from drilling for soil samples.
Coroner ID's Man Killed In Shootout With Colorado OfficersAuthorities have identified a man who was shot by police officers last weekend as 40-year-old Demetrius Mac Moore of Security.
Water Declared 100 Percent PFC-Free After ContaminationPeople who live in Security have started to get their water from the Pueblo Reservoir. This after perflourinated chemical (PFCs) levels in the town's water far exceeded Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
7-Eleven Has Seen Better Days After Driver Gets Foot Stuck On Gas PedalA driver got his foot stuck on the gas pedal and plowed into a 7-Eleven.
How To Get Through Airport Security As Quickly As PossibleFive tips on getting through the airport security screening process faster and more efficiently
Woman Demands Bottled Water After Chemicals Detected In WaterA woman living in the town of Security has started a petition to demand free bottled water.
New Water Tests Find Low Or Undetectable Levels Of ChemicalA health official says follow-up tests on the distribution systems of three Colorado water utilities found either low or non-detectable levels of a potentially harmful chemical.