Catherine Silver, WBTV News

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Past articles by Catherine:

Insanity plea now allowed for Letecia Stauch, the woman accused of killing her own stepson Gannon

During a court appearance on Friday, a judge announced the woman accused of killing her own stepson will be allowed to enter an insanity plea in the case. → Read More

COVID Questions: Local doctor answers questions about COVID test sites, free at-home test kits

How do you know if you are getting a reliable COVID-19 test result after taking an at-home test kit? When should you take a test after you have a known exposure to COVID-19? Those are the kinds of questions viewers have been asking 11 News. → Read More

WATCH: Truck driver interrogated by detectives after deadly crash on I-70

11 News has obtained newly released video from a Colorado case that is getting national attention. Two-and-a-half hours of footage shows a now convicted semi-truck driver getting questioned by law enforcement after a deadly crash on I-70 in 2019. → Read More

One year later: UCHealth nurse reflects on COVID-19 pandemic and importance of vaccinations in southern Colorado

December 14th marks one year since the first COVID-19 vaccines were given, outside of clinical trials in southern Colorado. It was a moment hailed as a “light at the end of the tunnel.” One year later, a local nurse is reflecting on the progress we have made and the hurdles ahead. → Read More

11 CALL FOR ACTION UPDATE: DA to decide if contractor who destroyed work in home over payment dispute will face criminal charges

The dispute culminated in a viral video showing a contractor repossessing a tile shower by tearing it down. → Read More

11 CALL FOR ACTION INVESTIGATION: Contractor destroys work inside home over payment dispute

A video going viral online shows a contractor destroying his own work inside a local home. → Read More

‘The mud just took over my car:’ Colorado Springs woman gets caught in weekend mudslide on I-70

A Colorado Springs woman traveling home from Utah Sunday says she suddenly got got in a mudslide on I-70. She made it out safely, but says the whole experience was frightening. → Read More

11 CALL FOR ACTION: Confusion over second COVID-19 vaccine doses at Broadmoor World Arena

11 News is getting answers for people in El Paso County after a scheduling mix-up involving second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. One man says he showed up at the Broadmoor World Arena Sunday afternoon for his appointment, and the parking lot was empty. → Read More

New Mexico man travels to Colorado Springs to participate in COVID-19 vaccine trial

It will take time before everyone who wants a COVID-19 vaccine can get one. A man from New Mexico is driving hundreds of miles to Colorado Springs just for a chance he got his sooner as part of a trial. → Read More

Nearly 100,000 in El Paso County have received at least 1 vaccine dose, but many 70+ still waiting

The vaccine rollout is moving along, but frustrating slow for many. → Read More

U.S. Air Force Academy grad faces charges in connection with U.S. Capitol riot

A man with ties to the prestigious United States Air Force Academy is suspected of being part of the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol, according to federal prosecutors. → Read More

Suspected drunk driver crashes into Colorado Springs townhome, hits gas meter

Colorado Springs Police believe a man was speeding and drinking when he reportedly crashed into a townhome and hit the gas meter. → Read More

El Paso County and Colorado Springs leaders write letter to governor requesting indoor dining to open now

There’s a new push to allow indoor dining at local restaurants. Colorado Springs and El Paso County leaders sent a letter to the governor’ office requesting dining rooms to open at 25% capacity immediately. They plan to increase capacity to 50% in the next two weeks if the numbers keep declining. A maximum of two households would be allowed at each table. → Read More

COVID-19 Vaccine: Will it be available for children?

So far, coronavirus vaccine trials have focused on adults. Children are not expected to receive the vaccine until 2021. → Read More

First coronavirus vaccines coming to Colorado soon. Here’s how it will work.

The first approval of a coronavirus vaccine is potentially just days away. Pfizer’s vaccine will go before the FDA for emergency use authorization review Thursday. As soon as it gets the green light, more than 46,000 doses are coming to Colorado. → Read More

El Paso County Health Department to Thanksgiving travelers: ’You most likely had exposure to COVID’

Doctors at El Paso County Public Health are warning Thanksgiving travelers and others who gathered with people outside of their household that they were likely exposed to COVID-19. → Read More

Police investigate deadly auto-pedestrian crash in Colorado Springs

Police in Colorado Springs are asking people to avoid streets near the Citadel Mall after a deadly auto-pedestrian crash Friday. → Read More

‘It’s getting critical:’ Pueblo doctor concerned about Thanksgiving, warns hospital resources are getting tight

A Parkview Medical Center doctors talks about the surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations and what’s at stake in the weeks ahead. → Read More

‘I close my eyes and see everything’: Survivor of stolen bus crash speaks from hospital bed

A local family is dealing with a tremendous loss and a long road to recovery ahead after a deadly crash involving a stolen bus. → Read More

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Deer chases down woman in Black Forest

A woman filmed a deer before it attacked her last Monday in Elbert, near Black Forest. She says it rammed into her leg and followed her down the street. It happened in the same neighborhood where another woman was gored by a deer while walking her dog Friday. → Read More