Aviator killed in crash, double homicide suspect arrested
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First, the weather forecast for the day:
Partly cloudy all day. High: 65 Low: 40.
Here are the best stories today in Colorado Springs:
- A crash on Highway 25 early Sunday morning killed an active-duty air force aviator. This happened in the northbound lanes to the Interquest Walk exit, just north of the United States Air Force Academy Airfield. The Colorado State Patrol said the 23-year-old, whose identity has not yet been released, had strayed from the road. When she tried to right the vehicle, she hit a railing and lost control, causing her Jeep to overturn. (CBS Denver)
- Lamar taylor, the Colorado Sources man charged with double homicide resulting from an incident at Elks Lodge, was arrested on charges of fugitive in Miami on September 17. Taylor was held in a Miami correctional facility three days after being publicly identified by the Colorado Springs Politicse as a suspect in the case. The victims, 58 years old Jacques Amour and 62 years old Kevin patterson, were known to Taylor. (KRDO)
- The Chapel Hills Mall the vaccination clinic will have more doses available until the end of the month. (KKTV 11 News)
- An injured hiker Helen Hunt Falls was saved by Colorado Sources firefighters. (KKTV 11 News)
- Chinese restaurant Shangri-La recently opened a second location at Colorado Sources. (FOX21News.com)
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About me: Rachel is a born and raised New Yorker who recently moved to the mountains of the West. She is a freelance writer for content agency Lightning Media Partners and assists Patch.com in curating the community newsletter. In her free time, you can see Rachel rollerblading, pottery making, drinking tea, and tending to her growing collection of houseplants.