Mayo Davison, KOAA News 5

Mayo Davison

KOAA News 5

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Past articles by Mayo:

'It was a perfect night:' Pueblo community rallies for teen with rare, incurable disease

Amaria Granger has a rare neurodegenerative disorder known as Niemann Pick C which affects her ability to metabolize fat such as cholesterol and lipids within cells. → Read More

'It could help bond all sports:' UCCS rolls out new program to help students athletes with their mental health

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is rolling out a new program to help their 350 student athletes with their mental health. → Read More

CMAS results show students made gains, but still below pre-pandemic levels

New data from the state education department shows students made gains, but scores are still below pre-pandemic levels. → Read More

Overall inflation slows, but food costs continue to climb

The latest consumer price index shows food costs jumped to 1.1 percent in the last month, bringing the year-over-year gain to just under 11 percent. → Read More

Security-Widefield residents concerned over flash flashing, but county working to fix issues

With more rain in the forecast, Security-Widefield residents are concerned about potential flash-flooding. → Read More

Local non-profit using new grant funding to create more child care options

The Department of Early Childhood awarded $21.5 million in one-year CIRCLE grants to nearly 200 organizations. → Read More

Resiliency program expands to basketball clinic to improve mental health of SE Colorado Springs kids

Children's Hospital Colorado is expanding the Building Resiliency for Healthy Kids Program from the classroom to the basketball court. → Read More

Families expect to pay more for school supplies this year

Like everything, back-to-school supplies are more expensive, but there are ways for families to save this year. → Read More

Local roofing company shares advice on how to beat the heat

Roofers beat the summer heat with frequent breaks, staying hydrated, and protecting their skin from the sun. → Read More

Local artists hope to inspire community with new murals near Hillside Community Center

Colorado College Mobile Arts Program is creating the murals on two bike storage containers at the El Pomar Youth Bike Park near the Hillside Community Center. → Read More

Hundreds gather in downtown Colorado Springs to protest Roe v. Wade decision

Two demonstrations were held in downtown Colorado Springs to protest the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. → Read More

New summer program helping get more young people into workforce

36 young adults from 21 states and 13 universities have traveled to Colorado Springs to intern at six local companies. → Read More

Local non-profit expanding north to help more seniors

Silver Key Senior Services is expanding north to help more senior citizens in the Pikes Peak Region. → Read More

Black community shares significance of Juneteenth

Black people hope the federal and state recognition of Juneteenth helps breakdown barriers. → Read More

Colorado Springs Juneteenth Festival kicks off at America the Beautiful the Park

Colorado Springs is kicking off its three day Juneteenth festival at America the Beautiful Park. → Read More

Coroner: Suicide rate up 30 percent among active duty, military veterans

EL PASO COUNTY — An annual report by the El Paso County Coroner's Office is revealing a troubling trend in the county. El Paso County Coroner Dr. Leon Kelly released the 19-page report that outlines the causes of more than 1,400 cases involving sudden, unexpected, or non-natural deaths. While suicides are down countywide — numbers are up among the military population. Of the county's 176 deaths… → Read More

Local organizations see fewer food donations, small farm stepping in to help

As families continue to deal with rising food prices, they're turning to organizations that can help, but some of the them are struggling to get enough donations. → Read More

How to prepare for retirement with unsteady stock market

As the stock market tumbles, some may be worried about their retirement plan. → Read More

Pride Month: LGBTQ+ sports league now in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs has it's first LGBTQ+ sports league. → Read More

How families can budget as gas prices continue to skyrocket

As gas prices continue to rise, some families are adjusting their spending habits to save money. → Read More