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Rotary Club of Colorado Springs names first Black president

The Rotary Club of Colorado Springs is inducting its first Black president, Rodney Gullatte, Jr., Friday to lead the 104-year-old organization. → Read More

Large-scale illegal marijuana operation busted as result of multi-county investigation

More than $32,000 in cash, over 1,500 marijuana plants, two shotguns, two pistols and two scoped rifles were seized by law enforcement officers Wednesday during a multi-county investigation into the → Read More

Two people arrested on suspicion of growing and selling black market marijuana

Several law enforcement agencies, including the Colorado Springs Police, arrested two people suspected of growing and selling black market marijuana Wednesday, according to a news release. → Read More

Pedestrian killed in car crash — driver alleged to be drunk

A pedestrian was killed by a suspected drunk driver east of downtown Colorado Springs late Monday night. → Read More

2 vehicles ram police cruiser in Colorado Springs after reports of shots fired

Two vehicles rammed into a police cruiser late Monday night in the southwest Colorado Springs, according to police. → Read More

Colorado Springs weather: Fire danger, temperatures rising

Temperatures are heating up this week in the Colorado Springs area with highs expected to hover in the mid to high 90's, according to the National Weather Service in Pueblo. → Read More

Peterson AFB Youth Center to reopen after sanitizing for coronavirus

The Peterson Air Force Base Youth Center is to reopen Tuesday, a day after the facility closed for a cleaning when two children and a staff member tested positive for → Read More

Labor Day: Working full time for $17 an hour and homeless in Colorado Springs

For five months, Marc Johnson woke up every day at 5 a.m., dressed and brushed his teeth, just like countless other working people across Colorado Springs. → Read More

Music man: Owner of Colorado Springs-area shop develops passion for ukulele

John Ramsey’s workbench is cluttered with tools of every shape and size. Littered among the hodge-podge contraptions are smooth pieces of wood, whose glossy flecks of brown and gold glisten in the light. These are the building blocks for what will become ukuleles. → Read More

New Ronald McDonald House opens in Colorado Springs

A new, $10 million Ronald McDonald House will open its doors in northern Colorado Springs Monday. → Read More

Hot weather expected for the weekend ahead

Friday is expected to have isolated thunderstorms after 1 p.m. today with light winds and temperatures reaching 90 degrees. → Read More

North Academy Boulevard shuts down for seven hours after car collision

Northbound lanes on North Academy Boulevard at Pikes Peak Avenue were shutdown for seven hours after a two vehicles collided around 11:00 p.m. Thursday, Colorado Springs Police reported. → Read More

Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire continues to burn

The Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire is 50% contained as of 6:35 a.m. the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District tweeted. → Read More

Humans suspected in causing the Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire

The Deer Creek Canyon Park Fire is suspected to be caused by humans after witnesses reported hearing explosions, seeing smoke and two juvenile males running from the area said Mike Taplin, the public information officer for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Major Colorado Springs intersection under construction

Expect delays and consider detours while a water main replacement closes the intersection at North Academy and Dublin boulevards from 7 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday. → Read More

Police: Colorado Springs ID theft case could have at least 123 victims

Colorado Springs police and postal inspectors made an arrest in an alleged identity theft case that officials say could have more 123 victims, the agencies announced Tuesday. → Read More

Two men arrested in Colorado Springs on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder

Two men were arrested early Monday after a third person reportedly overheard them planning to sexually assault and murder him or her in the 1200 block of Potter Drive.The prospective → Read More

Colorado Springs might require residents, businesses to get bear-resistant trash cans

A proposed ordinance that would require bear-resistant trash cans west of Interstate 25 will be discussed during two town halls this month with City Council members. → Read More

Red Rock Canyon Open Space trails reopen as bear search ends

Red Rock Canyon Open Space trails reopened Monday after officials failed to find a bear that a hiker said acted aggressively toward him and his two dogs near the Section 16 trailhead Thursday. → Read More

Fountain woman, suspected homicide victim, identified

The Fountain woman found dead in her home Friday was Jeanette Darlene Ellingson, 29, a suspected homicide victim, a police affidavit says. → Read More