Caiti Blase, KOAA News 5

Caiti Blase

KOAA News 5

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Past articles by Caiti:

Church services happening this weekend for Gannon Stauch

This weekend special services are being held at Restoration Church to remember 11-year-old Gannon Stauch. → Read More

Primary vs. caucus: The differences and what you need to know

It's been 20 years since Colorado had a primary election and for the last four presidential election cycles Colorado voters have caucused for candidates. → Read More

Search continues for missing 11-year-old boy in El Paso County

A Colorado Springs family needs your help to find an 11-year-old boy who authorities say ran away. → Read More

What are the rules for shoveling sidewalks in Colorado Springs?

With snowy weather already upon us it's a good reminder for all property owners that it's your responsibility to shovel your sidewalks when it snows. → Read More

2019 Oktoberfest in Colorado Springs kicks off Friday

Grab your lederhosen and your beer stein! → Read More

Voters to decide fate of Pueblo Library Mill Levy

PUEBLO — In November voters in Pueblo County will have the chance to say yay or nay to a mill levy to fund their libraries. Thursday night the Board of Trustees for the Library Distract unanimously approved putting the option on this year's ballot. "It generates approximately one million dollars a year and that all goes to public library services, new books, employment of all of our staff, but… → Read More

Plans for proposed visitor center at Air Force Academy move forward

A proposal for a visitor center and business park at the Air Force Academy is one step closer to becoming a reality. → Read More

Financial Focus: The impacts of credit scores

We use credit cards every day to pay for things, but how often are you checking your score and what does it mean? → Read More

Campers in Teller County impacted by Stage 3 Fire Restrictions

On Tuesday the Teller County Sheriff’s Office announced that the county would begin operating under Stage 3 Fire Restrictions. It means no fires or heat sources of any kind can be outside. The ... → Read More

Medals that disappeared 50 years ago reissued to veteran

U.S. Army retired Master Sergeant Harlen "Hank" Sheeks has been honored with over a dozen medals for his service in WWII and the Korean War. → Read More

New collaboration to bridge workforce skills gap in Colorado Spr

In Colorado Springs employers say the jobs are there, but in many cases, qualified workers are not. However, a new partnership in the city is trying to bridge the skills gap between graduates and... → Read More

New businesses give Canon City economy a boost

New businesses are popping up in Downtown Canon City. Two of them, Teek and Ren-Ten Kustom Knives, are doing well since opening in the last year. → Read More

EPA talks future of Colorado Smelter site, revitalization effort

On Monday, workers with the Environmental Protection Agency met with the Board of Pueblo County Commissioners to discuss new details on the Colorado Smelter site in Pueblo. → Read More

CDOT talks future of transportation with Winter Night Club

Hyperloop trains, self-driving cars, and connected vehicles are the future of transportation for Colorado. It's an important topic for the organization Winter Night Club in Colorado Springs. On... → Read More

Gas bills could drop for Colorado Springs Utilities customers

It's good news for utility customers in Colorado Springs: gas bills could be going down starting next month. That's if the city council approves it next week. → Read More

More than 18,000 sign petition to remove giant photo frame

The fight by some to remove the new blue frame at Garden of the Gods Park continues. As of Sunday night, there were more than 18,000 signatures for an online petition to get rid of the structure.... → Read More

Thief swipes three trees outside Pueblo home, couple says

Christmas is still a few weeks away, but a grinch is already trying to steal people's holiday cheer and their trees. → Read More

U.S. skeleton racer Katie Uhlaender could get bronze medal from

Team USA skeleton racer Katie Uhlaender is now in line for her first Olympic medal. It's after Elena Nikitina and other Russian athletes were stripped of their 2014 Sochi medals for doping. → Read More

Small Business Saturday draws thousands to local shops in Colora

Places like Downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City were booming as people packed sidewalks, restaurants, and shops for Small Business Saturday. → Read More

Pueblo Young Marines needs more adult volunteers

Leaders say there are only about seven volunteers to monitor 20 Young Marines. → Read More