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Lena Howland


Sacramento, CA, United States

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Past articles by Lena:

Fire destroys California camp for children impacted by cancer

Former campers and volunteers said this was their happiest place on earth and that Disneyland didn't even come close. → Read More

CBI agent tells judge his theory on how Kelsie Schelling was kil

We're working to learn more about the murder case against Donthe Lucas who's accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend Kelsie Schelling more than 5 years ago. → Read More

Community asks to plan brighter future for Mill Street neighborh

Neighbors are calling for change in one of oldest areas in Colorado Springs. The city is now involved to help plan for a brighter future for the Mill Street neighborhood and held its first of a ser... → Read More

Parents ask Academy District 20 to arm their teachers

Only weeks after president trump endorsed arming teachers following the tragedy in parkland, Florida, some parents in Academy District 20 are calling on district leaders to consider it. They say, a... → Read More

Families of fallen El Paso County officers get faster access to

The family of fallen Deputy Micah Flick is getting some major help from El Paso County. Thanks to a new policy passed by the county's Board of Retirement on Monday, any family of a fallen officer w... → Read More

Students show support for teacher on leave at D20 school board m

It's been more than two weeks since a Pine Creek High School theater teacher was put on leave, accused of having a sexual relationship with her student. Thursday night, parents, students and alumni... → Read More

Students create kindness campaign amid planned school walkouts

Students across the country are planning to walk out of their schools tomorrow to honor those killed in the Florida school massacre. Exactly one month later, students are walking out of their own ... → Read More

Community brainstorms solutions on preventing school tragedies

Southern Colorado law enforcement agencies, school districts and mental health professionals joined together on Monday night to address school threats as part of our News 5 town hall. It was an opp... → Read More

Hospital union helps laid off St. Mary-Corwin employees

The CEO of St. Mary Corwin Medical Center in Pueblo says they will cut 300 positions in what he calls a game changing transformation, to focus on strengths. It's been devastating news for the Puebl... → Read More

Students say teacher falsely accused of sexual relationship with

A theater teacher has been put on leave after students say she's been accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student. → Read More

Penrose woman slapped with $22,000 monthly care bond bill for se

In animal cruelty cases, care bonds are what an owner is usually required to pay immediately after their animals are seized by animal law enforcement and before they are sent to trial. The state sa... → Read More

30 minutes from Pueblo, shelter posts 98 percent animal save rat

After Pueblo City Council passed an act to increase the animal save rate this week, there's been a lot of talk about no-kill shelters. In southern Colorado, News 5 found there is already a shelter ... → Read More

State takes attention to Fremont County internship program

Students in Fremont County are getting a one of a kind opportunity to learn outside of the classroom. It's the first year of the internship program for Florence and Canon City High School students ... → Read More

Pediatricians urged to screen all teens for depression

New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics are urging doctors to screen all teenagers for depression, starting at the age of 12. Many pediatricians across El Paso County are ahead of th... → Read More

What teachers say they'd rather be armed with instead of guns

Teachers across the country are taking to social media, speaking out on what they'd rather be armed with instead of guns using the hashtag #ArmMeWith. It's gone viral since President Trump announce... → Read More

14 months later: How Hanover schools say armed teachers are work

In the wake of the Parkland, Florida massacre, President Trump has endorsed, among other things, allowing properly trained educators to carry concealed weapons at school. One of the first school di... → Read More

UCCS holds Olympics watch party for business student Mirai Nagas

As the world watched Mirai Nagasu compete, there was a group of her classmates closer to home watching her take the ice. Nagasu is an International Business student at UCCS right here in Olympic Ci... → Read More

Dr. Nat Sobin wins February Teachers First Award

Dr. Nat Sobin was honored with the KOAA News 5's Teachers First Award on Wednesday. He is an outstanding engineering teacher at Mesa Ridge High School in Widefield School District 3. Sobin was nom... → Read More

Retiring District 11 Superintendent reflects on preparing for sc

The Superintendent of the largest school district in southern Colorado is retiring at the end of the school after nine years. On the heels of yet another tragic school shooting, Dr. Nick Gledich of... → Read More

$73,000 worth of grant funding up for grabs for local business t

$73,000 is up for grabs for local business owners. The Pikes Peak Workforce Center is offering the grant money to employers across the Pikes Peak region to to apply for any amount of funding to hel... → Read More