Liz Henderson, The Gazette

Liz Henderson

The Gazette

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Colorado Springs police sergeant advocates 'mindfulness' in time of deep unrest

In the early spring, as the coronavirus was establishing its deadly grip, but before the nation ignited in rage at the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis → Read More

Citadel Mall in Colorado Springs reopens

The Citadel Mall in Colorado Springs announced on social media Saturday its doors would reopen for shoppers under social distancing measures. → Read More

Hikers climb Manitou Incline in protest of coronavirus closure

More than 100 people came together in Manitou Springs on Saturday morning to protest the city's Incline trail closure, organizers said. → Read More

1 person dead in Colorado Springs crash

One person has died and three others were serious injured in a two-vehicle crash Friday night, Colorado Springs police said Saturday. → Read More

Colorado Springs police searching for van involved in I-25 hit and run

Colorado Springs police are searching for a van involved in a multi-vehicle pileup on southbound Interstate 25 Friday evening. → Read More

Coronavirus outbreak in El Paso County prompts summer camp closure

Four adult workers at the Eagle Lake Overnight Camp on the western edge of El Paso County have tested positive for the coronavirus and the camp has decided to close → Read More

New red-light cameras in Colorado Springs go live Saturday

Colorado Springs' seventh and eighth red-light cameras are expected to go live Saturday, with a 30-day warning period in place for motorists who fail to stop at traffic lights, authorities → Read More

Man arrested in connection to string of eastern Colorado Springs vehicle break-ins

A man accused of committing a string of vehicle break-ins in neighborhoods east of Colorado Springs was arrested, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said in a news release Friday. → Read More

Teens suspected of Colorado Springs armed robberies, car-jackings arrested

Two 16-year-old boys, a 13-year-old girl and a fourth suspect on the loose face charges related to a string of armed robberies and attempted car-jackings in Colorado Springs, authorities said → Read More

Primary election ballots mailed to voters in El Paso, Teller counties

Beyond the two high-profile, hotly-contested races at the top of the June 30 primary ballot — the Democratic U.S. Senate tilt between former Gov. John Hickenlooper and former House Speaker → Read More

Pedestrian injured in hit and run in southeast Colorado Springs

A pedestrian has injured after being hit by a vehicle in Colorado Springs late Friday night, Colorado Springs police said. → Read More

Swimmers who drowned at Lake Pueblo identified as Fort Carson soldiers

Two men found dead at Lake Pueblo State Park Friday were Fort Carson soldiers, the post confirmed Saturday. → Read More

Teen suspected of drunk driving in serious injury crash

The driver in a single-vehicle crash that left a passenger critically injured Thursday is accused of being intoxicated while driving, Colorado Springs police said Friday. → Read More

Suspect in deadly Colorado Springs hit and run turns himself in

A man suspected of leaving a crash after hitting and killing a pedestrian last week has turned himself in to Colorado Springs police, authorities said Thursday. → Read More

Colorado Springs firefighters battle apartment fire Wednesday

A fire broke out Wednesday afternoon at a Colorado Springs apartment, displacing two people and several pets, fire officials said. → Read More

Crime Stoppers offers up to $2,000 reward for information about Memorial Park shooting

A reward for information leading to an arrest in a Colorado Springs shooting that left one man dead last month was offered by the Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers Wednesday. → Read More

Man arrested after allegedly claiming he had a bomb at Colorado Springs bank

A man suspected of demanding cash after telling bank employees he had a bomb on him was arrested Friday, Colorado Springs police said. → Read More

Gyms in Colorado allowed to open statewide with new guidelines

The state health department issued new guidelines for personal and outdoor recreation sites Thursday. → Read More

Gov. Jared Polis to give Colorado coronavirus briefing Thursday afternoon

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis will host a briefing Thursday afternoon regarding the state's coronavirus response, a statement from the governor's office said. → Read More

Female George Floyd protester struck by Jeep in downtown Colorado Springs

A protester was injured in downtown Colorado Springs on Wednesday evening, allegedly after jumping on the hood of the Jeep that was trying to get away from a group of → Read More