3 hrs ago | Windsor Beacon
Renee Seay looks into the basement of her father's house, what was her childhood home, on Tuesday in Black Forest.
7 hrs ago | WTAQ-AM Green Bay
The number of homes destroyed by a Colorado wildfire rose above 500 on Tuesday as rain dampened the flames and allowed damage assessment teams to enter charred neighborhoods, as other threatening blazes grew in Alaska and elsewhere in the West.
8 hrs ago | Denver Post
The Colorado secretary of state's office on Tuesday announced organizers vying to oust Senate President John Morse from office submitted 10,137 valid signatures, which now sets in motion the first ever recall election of a lawmaker in the state.
10 hrs ago | The Gazette
A Colorado Springs family is suing the owners of the Discovery Channel for the wrongful death of Terry Flanell during filming of a pilot show about the gun store and shooting range she owned with her husband.
14 hrs ago | The Gazette
18 hrs ago | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs
The survivors of a woman killed during the production of a reality TV show pilot have filed a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit against Discovery Communications Inc. and Anthropic Productions Corp. It says the companies were producing a pilot focusing on the family's Colorado Springs business, Dragon Arms Inc. The suit says the opening sequence ... (more)
A group of Colorado Springs leaders has more time to put the final touches on its multi-million dollar tourism projects proposal, which tentatively includes a U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame and a downtown stadium.
As of 10:40 a.m. Monday, the following areas have been downgraded to pre-evacuation status: a South of Walker Rd. a East of Bar X Rd. and Highland Estates Rd. a North of Hodgen Rd. a West of Winchester Rd. a North side of Morgan Rd. a North side of Hardy Rd. This does not include the areas east of Winchester Rd., south of Morgan Rd. and south of ... (more)
CBA, several Christian publishers and authors in Colorado Springs, Colo., are expressing a sense of relief as the most destructive blaze in the state's history was nearing containment.
While dry conditions and destructive fire continues to ravage parts of Colorado Springs, there is good news for the local economy.
Top U.S. intelligence officials say information gleaned from two controversial data-collection programs run by the National Security Agency thwarted potential terrorist plots in the U.S. and more than 20 other countries.
A report from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment shows that the Colorado Springs economy gained strength late last year, continued to improve in the first four months of this year, and had much stronger job growth than previously reported from monthly surveys.
Residents returning to the neighbourhoods they were driven from just days ago by Colorado's most destructive wildfire ever are seeing firsthand the path of destruction left behind by the flames.
Fire Weather Watch for El Paso County was issued at June 18 at 9:04PM MDT