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41 min ago | The Gazette
This weekend, 200 students from around the state will congregate at the Colorado Springs School to debate how to deal with Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria and conflicts in the new South Sudan.
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4 hrs ago | The Gazette
Soderberg, a 62-year-old Colorado Springs resident, became one of thousands of baby boomers to sign up for health insurance this fall through the state's health insurance marketplace, Connect for Health Colorado.
8 hrs ago | KKTV
Temps this evening/overnight will remain in the single digits, dropping below zero by the start of the day on Saturday.
Prosecutors are pursuing witness intimidation charges against a man accused of telling the mother of a Colorado Springs slaying victim: "You're next."
Colorado Springs police arrested two men Thursday in connection with a Nov. 26 shooting at the Memorial Park skate park.
That's the consensus after a frustrating school day in which at least four school districts initially called for a two-hour delay before ultimately canceling later, before students arrived.
The public sidewalk in front of Duncan MacDonald's home on Ute Drive is cracked, heaving and flaking away.
A United Policyholders workshop on insurance, planned for the benefit of Black Forest Fire victims, has been postponed.
Semi-finalists have been chosen to create a memorial for the Waldo Canyon Fire .
Colorado Springs police reported a decrease in stolen vehicles last month but the crime remains the city's fastest-growing, according to Chief Pete Carey.
A Colorado Springs man will serve a year in prison in the torture death of his roommates' pet cat, a judge ruled Thursday, citing the case's sexual overtones and what he called its "utter inhumanity."
Peak Vista Community Health Centers, already a major presence in El Paso and Teller counties serving about 66,000 patients, is broadening its reach.
A California-based real estate firm announced it has completed the $54-million purchase of a 322-unit multi-family development in the Briargate area of Colorado Springs.
The 11 a.m. event brings together World War II veterans and modern-day troops to mark the event that plunged America into World War II.
CoPIRG field director Lisa Ritland talks at the Colorado Springs city bus terminal Wednesday, December 4, 2013, about the declines in driving and commuting by car in Colorado Springs and Denver.
Though Kristie Wheeler recently resigned her post as leader of the local chapter of Moms for Marijuana International, citing issues with the group's financial transparency, the activist is keeping busy through a new venture: Moving for Marijuana , a grassroots organization created to help people outside of Colorado relocate to the state to better ... (more)