Newscast for Tuesday, September 26, 2017, 7:04 a.m.:
- A Colorado law designed to punish people for posting intimate photos of former lovers or spouses on the internet has resulted in nearly 200 charges since it was passed in 2014. The Denver Post reports just more than one-third of those have resulted in guilty pleas or verdicts.
- School Districts across the state, including Colorado Springs, are hopeful voters will agree to provide millions of dollars in funding this November. KUNC economy reporter Jackie Fortier has more...
- 50 new housing units for homeless veterans in El Paso County are planned for the Cimarrron Hills area. The Pikes Peak United Way says the supportive facility will also provide transition and wellness services. Construction is set to begin in spring 2018 on land donated to the agency from a local developer.