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Jakob Rodgers

Military Reporter

  • Hundreds take part Colorado Springs run to benefit deployed service members

    Updated: Mon, Nov 17, 2014

    During his most recent tour in Kuwait, Henry Wilson received Clif Bars, lip balm, snacks and a homemade beanie from a stranger. They proved the perfect gift. "Seeing someone, a complete stranger, giving you a package means a lot," said Wilson, 25, a sergeant stationed at Fort...

  • Suspected homemade shooting range leads to citations for Colorado Springs men

    Updated: Mon, Nov 17, 2014

    Colorado Springs police suspect a homeowner and his friend turned a basement into an indoor shooting range on Saturday night. Officers cited the two men after receiving a call around 9 p.m. that gunshots could be heard coming from a house on the 1200 block of Royale Drive, near the...

  • Sheriff's Office gives update on woman who fell, accidentally shot herself

    Updated: Mon, Nov 17, 2014

    A woman accidentally shot herself late Saturday night when she appeared to fall while holding a gun, according to Colorado Springs police. The 25-year-old woman, whose name was not released, was taken to St. Francis Medical Center in northeast Colorado Springs with a gunshot wound to...

  • Sunny skies help road crews clear the way for Colorado Springs drivers

    Updated: Sun, Nov 16, 2014

    A fresh blanket of snow covered the Pikes Peak region late Saturday night and early Sunday morning, though most of it had melted from roads by midday beneath sunny skies. The second storm to hit the region in a week left varied snowfall totals across the area, including an inch in...

  • Shopping for best-price policies on Colorado health exchange encouraged

    Updated: Fri, Nov 14, 2014

    An ironic twist could leave some Coloradans paying more for health insurance next year even though average rates in parts of the state, including Colorado Springs, fell slightly. The lesson, observers say: Start shopping, and soon. Open enrollment - that time of the year when people...

  • Local Red Cross celebrating milestone birthday

    Published: Mon, Nov 10, 2014

    One hundred years ago, people in California, Arizona and Nevada couldn't keep pace with the Red Cross women of Colorado Springs. Armed with gumption and gauze, they shipped medical supplies to battle-weary troops in epic fashion during World War I. One month's mailings even outpaced...

  • Internet service for some being restored after Colorado Springs-area fire

    Updated: Mon, Nov 10, 2014

    (AP) Peak Internet says service is being restored to customers in Woodland Park and Colorado Springs following a fire at one of its facilities. The company says on its Facebook page a vendor delivered replacement equipment on Sunday and technicians hope to have service back up on...

  • Cripple Creek man identified as suspected carjacker

    Updated: Mon, Nov 10, 2014

    Authorities identified the man suspected of carjacking a vehicle Saturday and leading officers and troopers on a chase throughout parts of El Paso and Teller counties. Anthony Aurelio, 44, of Cripple Creek died when his vehicle veered off Colorado 67 and rolled down a steep...

  • Don't be fooled by early Monday warmth - cold weather is coming fast

    Updated: Mon, Nov 10, 2014

    Pleasant and mild autumn weather is expected Monday morning, but Colorado Springs could resemble the dead of winter by sunset. The remnants of a typhoon near the Aleutian Islands of the northern Pacific Ocean should spell the first true taste of wintry weather in the region, but not...

  • 'Treatment train' a small step in solving stormwater issues

    Updated: Sun, Nov 9, 2014

    On a dry November day, the Millibo Art Theatre's new garden looked like just a bed of rocks snaking through breathtaking red, blue and white flowers. But in the rain, it can work like a "treatment train." Called a rain garden, the newly finished bed of flora routes flowing water like...

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