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It follows the recent purchase of land on the Rolling Hills Ranch site. That is southeast of the Colorado Springs Airport.
Melanie Nettles is one of the local drivers for the lyft ride sharing service that has recently expanded to Colorado Springs.
Another City Council meeting, another day pining to further empower the political class with little regard for those it serves.
Most of us don't spend a lot of time admiring well-designed trails. And while these trails can last for decades, all of them can use a little love from time to time.
Palmer students read to Midland International Elementary students as part of the high school's annual I Love to Read! day.
Lorraine Elger loved walking her dogs at Palmer Park in northeast Colorado Springs until her car got broken into and her purse was stolen - in the middle of the day.
Colorado Springs Police say a former employee at Coronado High School is facing new charges after two additional victims were identified in the case.
Danny Boy Snyder is such a riot. He's a rich guy who believes he can dictate reality.
The warning, which includes Colorado Springs and Pueblo, began at noon on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, and is scheduled to expire at 8 p.m. A Red Flag Warning means that warm temperatures, strong winds, and low humidity are combining to create extremely high fire danger.
The new process allows travelers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belt, keep their laptop in its case and keep 3-1-1 compliant liquids/gels bag in a carry-on bag.
Colorado Springs' city staff asked the City Council to abandon a three-year plan to update the city's master plan and instead spend the money on some short-term fixes.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the murder trial of 22-year-old Damian Martez Evans, accused of gunning down a man during a brawl at a Fourth of July house party in Colorado Springs last year.
The former Rancho Liborio grocery at 1660 S. Circle Drive on Colorado Springs is being remodeled into office, warehouse and distribution space for Camerons Products, a Colorado Springs company that designs and wholesales cookware, grills and other kitchen and barbecue items.
"It is very disturbing that people are bringing stuff in, leaving it, backpacks.