Spencer Soicher, KRDO NewsChannel 13

Spencer Soicher

KRDO NewsChannel 13

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Spencer:

Bicyclist hit and killed in collision in El Paso County

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO)-- A bicyclist was hit and killed in a crash with a car Sunday evening. The collision happened at Northbound Powers Blvd. and Fontaine Blvd. at a little before 5:15 P.M. The left lane of Northbound Powers Blvd. is currently closed. This is a developing story. KRDO has a crew on → Read More

Boulder Prime: CU hires Deion Sanders as next head coach

BOULDER, Colo. (KRDO)-- The University of Colorado has announced Deion "Prime" Sanders will be the next head coach of the Colorado Buffaloes. The university made the announcement Saturday night following Jackson State's win over Southern in the SWAC championship game. Sanders had led Jackson State to a 12-0 record in 2022, his third season leading → Read More

1 arrested after man shot in Fountain

FOUNTAIN, Colo. (KRDO)-- The Fountain Police Department (FPD) has arrested a person after allegedly shooting a man Sunday morning. FPD claims it happened near Twin Creek Terrace at 11:50 a.m. Sunday. When officers got there, they reported they found a man with gunshot wounds. The man was taken to a hospital, where he's expected to be OK. Police → Read More

Court docs: Wires unplugged from voting machine; Pueblo man arrested

In newly released arrest documents, a Pueblo man allegedly unplugged wires from a voting machine during the primary election. He is now facing a felony voter tampering charge. 31-year-old Richard Patton was arrested last week. Patton is a registered Democrat. → Read More

O'Dea claims his posts are being censored by big tech, declines to provide specific evidence

Facebook and Google both provide ad transparency that allows the public to see postings from candidates. KRDO found one post from O'Dea's campaign that was taken down. The post ran from June 2 through June 29. The ad shows it was removed by Google for violating terms but does not say what was shown on the ad. → Read More

Court Docs: Colorado Springs police say suspect strangled a man to death with Krav Maga move

Newly released court documents are shining a light on one of the three homicides that occurred during a violent Monday night in Colorado Springs. → Read More

Ganahl and Polis face off in first gubernatorial debate

Wednesday evening, the Great Pueblo Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Governor's Race Debate. → Read More

Son asks 911 dispatcher to bring "cleanup crew" after allegedly stabbing mother, man

Court documents are revealing chilling new details about a double murder in a northern Colorado Springs neighborhood last week. → Read More

WATCH: Sheriff’s office uses drone to find dog missing for 3 months

A sheriff’s office used an infrared drone to find a golden retriever missing for nearly three months. → Read More

Walmart reveals plan to go bagless in Colorado following signs at a store in Monument

A Walmart store in Monument had paper signs up in front of the store this week urging shoppers to be aware of upcoming changes. → Read More

"I'm going to buck the party": O'Dea embraces moderate label as Senate race heats up

He's trying to upset Democrat Senator Michael Bennet in a state that's voted blue in every Presidential election since 2004. But will Republican Joe O'Dea's attempts to label himself as a moderate in the GOP be enough to earn him an upset? → Read More

El Paso Co. Sheriff's Office SWAT operator killed in Security-Widefield shooting

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office (EPSO) is mourning one of its own following a deadly shooting Sunday evening. Additionally, police and deputies are still searching for the man accused of killing a deputy. → Read More

Car magnet: Homeowner says four people have crashed on her property in two years

Four times in two years. That's how often one homeowner in Colorado Springs has had drivers fly into her house or crash onto her front lawn. → Read More

Data: Chronic homelessness up in El Paso County, but so is the use of homeless resources

The chronic homeless population in El Paso County has grown significantly in the last year and a half. But according to the most recent PIT (point in time) survey done by the Pikes Peak Continuum of Care (PPCoC), more and more of the homeless are using the resources that are being offered in the area. → Read More

$65 million that belongs to Colorado Springs residents remains unclaimed at the state treasury office

State treasurer Dave Young wants to put half a billion dollars in cash and valuables back into pockets across Colorado. → Read More

‘I don’t think I’m nuts’: Man plans to push peanut (with his nose) 13 miles to mountain peak

A Colorado man is getting ready to push a peanut with his nose to the top of a mountain peak while joining a unique club if able to make it to the summit. → Read More

'Seller's market' ending, as interest rates cause an influx of housing listings in Colorado Springs

The tide is shifting, and what was once a dominant seller's market in Colorado Springs and the surrounding area just more than a month ago, is now anything but that. → Read More

"I'm not nuts", Man hopes to break record pushing peanut up Pikes Peak

MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO)-- 93 years ago, someone supposedly pushed a peanut up Pikes Peak , with their nose. It's happened a few times since, but never in the 21st century. Now, decades later, Bob Salem of Colorado Springs is attempting to do it, and hopefully in record time. And this time, it's to raise money → Read More

Questions raised about how El Paso County Sheriff nominee got on primary ballot

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO)-- Less than 24 hours after he was declared the victor in the Republican Party primary election, there are now questions about how El Paso County Sheriff nominee, Joe Roybal, collected his signatures to get on the ballot. For major party candidates, there are two ways to get on the ballot in → Read More

NRSC filing complaint against Democrats over Colorado GOP senate race

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KRDO)--The National Republican Senatorial Committee says it is filing a federal complaint regarding the Colorado Senate Primary race. Republican leaders allege that unknown Democrats are sending mailers to people while pretending to be Republicans. According to the federal election commission, it is illegal to distribute election communications without a disclaimer and without… → Read More