Elizabeth Watts, KOAA News 5

Elizabeth Watts

KOAA News 5

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Springs police officers reflect on Olympic journeys

Two members of the force reflect on the 1996 games. → Read More

Colorado Ballet Society celebrates as ballerinas return to the stage

It was a tough year for many of the ballerinas, but like so many of us, they learned a lot of lessons along the way. → Read More

Group in Pueblo helps kids with special needs

As we work to rebound from the pandemic, a group is helping kids with special needs navigate online learning and more. → Read More

Farmer’s market grows amid a pandemic

New businesses have it tough enough to find new ground, let alone starting up in times of COVID-19. But one local farmer’s market is navigating the hard times and making big changes along the way to help families, vendors, and farmers rebound across Colorado. → Read More

KOAA is partnering with Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center in virtual telethon

Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center is hosting its annual Hoedown for Heroes event Friday, Nov. 6, and News5 is partnering with the nonprofit to help raise money to support our local veterans and their families. → Read More

Gearing up for the St. Patrick's Day Parade

Mark your calendar for March 14th. → Read More

Bear-proof trash can reminder

Folks need to be ready by March 1. → Read More

360° Perspective: All-gender bathrooms

Denver Public Schools adding gender-neutral bathrooms to all buildings. → Read More

360° Perspective: Aging Drivers

Is there an age limit for driving? → Read More

Pueblo Fire getting some extra help

Behavior specialist joining the team. → Read More

STD cases up in Colorado

Pueblo seeing increases in STIs. → Read More

Pueblo delays marijuana decision

Commissioners discussing buffer zones. → Read More

360° Perspective: ICE

Taking a look at the views on Immigration and Customs Enforcement → Read More

360° Perspective: Dodgeball

Researchers say dodgeball is "oppressive" and "cruel." → Read More

Woodland Park showcased by state

WOODLAND PARK — Colorado produce, art and unique gifts were all found at Woodland Park's farmer's market Friday. It was a stop in the "Next Generation of Ag" statewide tour. "Colorado Proud" hosting the event. The campaign looks to connect Coloradans with farmers, ranchers and retailers. Market organizers say they're glad to show off all our area has to offer. "We're supporting our local economy… → Read More

Priest walking across the U.S.

He's working to raise money for less fortunate kids. → Read More

360° Perspective: Governor Recall Effort

Monday, the Secretary of State's office approved the format for a recall petition to begin one group's attempt to collect more than a half-million signatures. → Read More

Get ready for the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo

It's time for one of the most popular events in the Pikes Peak Region. The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo kicks off Wednesday. → Read More

Rattlesnake scares Pueblo homeowners in garage

A woman drove into her garage to find an "angry" rattlesnake. → Read More

Man happy to walk neighborhood dogs

Dennis Groeger has lived in the Shook's Run neighborhood for 40 years. He's now the neighborhood dog walker, a job he doesn't mind doing. → Read More