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Colorado Springs man dies in motorcycle crash in Pueblo County

A Colorado Springs man is dead after a crash Thursday night in Pueblo County. → Read More

Red Rock Canyon joins growing list of vandalism targets around Colorado Springs

Red Rock Canyon Open Space joined a growing list of Colorado Springs-area vandalism targets over the weekend, according to a Facebook post by the Colorado Springs Police Department. → Read More

Rocky Mountain National Park to begin phased reopening

Rocky Mountain National park will begin a phased reopening Wednesday with limited services including basic park road and trail access, according to a press release issued by the park Tuesday. → Read More

Mandatory evacuation ordered for area of Dale and Tejon Streets

A mandatory evacuation notice has been issued because of a gas leak in the area of E. Dale Street and N. Tejon Street. → Read More

Colorado Springs police seek help in finding those responsible for rash of graffiti

Colorado Springs police are seeking information on who is behind a rash of graffiti. → Read More

Enjoy the scenic Pike Peak-area town of Villa La Font? You probably already have.

What happens when you mix a mineral spring, marketing needs and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow?Manitou Springs happens. → Read More

Gov. Polis extends Colorado's COVID-19 disaster declaration

Gov. Jared Polis on Friday extended the disaster declaration for COVID-19 for an additional 30 days. → Read More

What Colorado's stay-in-place order means to you

Gov. Jared Polis' stay-in-place order took effect at 6 a.m. Thursday. Here's what it means for most Coloradans: → Read More

Convenience store robberies in southeast Colorado Springs believed to be linked

A pair of convenience store robberies Tuesday night in southeast Colorado Springs are believed to be linked. → Read More

Stage 1 fire restrictions ordered for unincorporated El Paso County

Unincorporated El Paso County went into Stage 1 fire restrictions on Tuesday. → Read More

King Soopers to hold hiring events in Colorado Springs

King Soopers will be holding hiring events in Colorado Springs on March 23 and 24. → Read More

Public Health Department not recommending proactive closures

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is NOT currently recommending that schools or child care facilities proactively close unless they have a confirmed case of COVID-19. → Read More

Air Force Academy to close to visitors amid coronavirus concerns

The United States Air Force Academy is closing to visitors beginning Friday at 5 p.m. The academy said the closure is a precautionary measure in response to the rapid spread → Read More

Fun facts about leap day

When the Julius Caesar Romans adopted the Egyptian, 365-day calendar, they soon realized that a solar year is actually 365.24 days long. → Read More

One dead after shooting in Canon City

A deadly shooting was under investigation in Canon City Tuesday evening. → Read More

Man stabbed to death at home in downtown Colorado Springs

A man died after an apparent stabbing in downtown Colorado Springs Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Broncos QB Joe Flacco could land on the injured list

The possibility of Joe Flacco's season with the Denver Broncos being over is looking more likely. → Read More

Live Updates: Snow impacting morning commute around the Pikes Peak region

The latest on weather and traffic conditions around the Pikes Peak region. → Read More

Colorado to enjoy a rare Friday the 13th Micro Harvest Moon

It's full moon madness on Friday. → Read More

Two Colorado Springs police officers assaulted while making arrest

Two officers were assaulted while responding to a domestic violence call Friday evening, according to a press release from the Colorado Springs Police Department. → Read More