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  • Woman taken to jail after alleged assault on Colorado Springs police officer

    Updated: Fri, Mar 21, 2014

    A woman originally bound for El Paso County's detox facility was booked into the county's jail after Colorado Springs police say she kicked an officer. Tiffany Berndt, 34, was arrested shortly before 10:30 p.m. Thursday on suspicion of second degree assault on a peace officer,...

  • FORECAST: Cool temps expected - snow possible - this weekend in the Pikes Peak region

    Updated: Fri, Mar 21, 2014

    Expect a chilly - and possibly snowy - start to spring across the Pikes Peak region. A series of cold fronts could bring about 1 to 2 inches of snow to Colorado Springs this weekend, along with cooler temperatures than the region experienced earlier this week, said Mike Nosko, a...

  • Man jailed in Colorado Springs in connection to stolen motorcycle

    Updated: Fri, Mar 21, 2014

    A man suspected of driving a stolen motorcycle and abandoning it when police tried to stop him was arrested late Thursday night near Memorial Park. Travis Rose, 34, was taken into custody after officers found him huddled in the corner of a shed somewhere near the park, according to...

  • Aparment fire sends 3 to hospital, displaces more than 100

    Updated: Wed, Mar 19, 2014

    A fire that ignited Wednesday on the third floor of the Devonshire Square apartment complex at 2770 E. Uintah St. sent three people to the hospital and displaced more than 100 others, city officials said. Firefighters used ladders to rescue residents from widows, and several were...

  • Feds boost grants to Springs, Fountain to fix affordable housing, but more needed

    Updated: Wed, Mar 19, 2014

    Unburdened by sequestration-related budget cuts, maintenance funding for hundreds of affordable housing units across the Pikes Peak region edged up slightly from 2013. Just don't count on that boost to meet all of Colorado Springs' needs, the city's housing authority director said...

  • Man suspected in Colorado Springs road rage incident says he didn't mean to hit anyone

    Updated: Sun, Mar 16, 2014

    The man suspected of running over another motorist with his pickup amid an early March road rage dispute told police he never meant to hit anybody, according to an arrest warrant. Rather, Nathaniel Mancha told a detective that the motorist blocked him and allegedly wanted to fight....

  • Cañon City man dies in Shelf Road wreck

    Updated: Sun, Mar 16, 2014

    A 69-year-old man died Friday night when the Subaru Outback he was driving rolled off Shelf Road. John Marsicano of Cañon City was thrown from the vehicle as it tumbled off the roadway at about 9:20 p.m., according to the Colorado State Patrol. Deloris Marsicano, 56, was...

  • Fountain rollover crash sends two to hospital

    Published: Sat, Mar 15, 2014

    A driver was thrown from a pickup Saturday afternoon during a rollover crash in Fountain. The crash happened around 4:20 p.m. when a Ford Mustang hit a Ford F-150 as the truck tried to turn left onto Mesa Ridge Parkway from Mesa Ridge High School, according to Fountain police. Two...

  • Homeward Pikes Peak's Holmes planning private addiction recovery clinic

    Updated: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    Homeward Pikes Peak's outgoing chief plans to shift his focus from combating homelessness to helping people recover from drug addiction. Bob Holmes is starting a for-profit addiction recovery center called STAR-Colorado, which is expected to open April 1 at 5250 Pikes Peak Highway in...

  • Coloradans holding onto pre-Obamacare policies

    Updated: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    The head of Colorado's health insurance exchange voiced concern this week about the prospect of thousands of Coloradans keeping their old, pre-Obamacare insurance plans for an additional two years. "It's a big deal, and will significantly impact us depending upon how it gets rolled...

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