Newscast for Monday, October 12, 2015, 5:32 PM:
- A University of Colorado program that aims to improve mental health resources at Front Range schools has been awarded more than 6 million dollars from the National Institute of Justice.
- A Colorado Springs homicide detective accused of tampering with evidence in a kidnapping case and lying about having a sexual relationship with the victim has resigned from his job. Paul Patton resigned Oct. 1. The 15-year veteran was placed on administrative leave in July. Last month, the lawyer for the man charged in the kidnapping case asked for the case to be dismissed because of alleged misconduct by Patton and a prosecutor. Patton is scheduled to enter a plea in the case on Oct. 19.