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  • Man arrested in Cañon City slayings of mother, two young children has record of domestic violence

    Updated: Tue, Mar 11, 2014

    CANON CITY - A 31-year-old man arrested at the scene of the slayings of a Cañon City woman and her two young children has a record that includes domestic violence and two child molestation convictions, according to court documents. Jaacob Harding Vanwinkle was arrested Sunday...

  • Community Conversation: Forum at CC takes on mental health stigma

    Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    Patrice Winsor's breakthrough moment never came on a psychologist's couch. It happened while talking about her struggles against bipolar disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder with groups of fellow teens. "Up until that point, I really didn't understand that other people were...

  • Chief of Pikes Peak region's program to oversee homeless services resigns

    Updated: Wed, Mar 5, 2014

    Bob Holmes, a decade-long player in the Pikes Peak region's fight against homelessness, on Wednesday announced his resignation from Homeward Pikes Peak. Holmes will leave his post as chief executive of the nonprofit on March 28 - departing "with truly mixed emotions," according to his...

  • Colorado Springs-area nonprofit to pilot photo ID card for services to homeless, needy

    Updated: Tue, Mar 4, 2014

    The Pikes Peak United Way plans to resurrect a photo ID card system that would allow agencies and homeless advocates to track the people they serve, beginning at a small nonprofit in Monument. In a few weeks, Tri-Lakes Cares will require every person or family seeking its services...

  • Head of Pikes Peak Community Foundation to retire

    Updated: Mon, Mar 3, 2014

    The leader of a foundation that has helped kick-start or save several local projects and organizations is retiring. Michael Hannigan, who has served as the Pikes Peak Community Foundation's executive director since 1998, will retire on Dec. 31. He will remain a consultant with the...

  • Conversations on mental health aim to create community action plan

    Updated: Thu, Feb 27, 2014

    Two Colorado Springs organizations plan to bring to the fore a topic often shrouded in stigma: mental illness. Food for Thought and the local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness will host a community dialogue March 6 about mental health care needs facing the Pikes Peak...

  • City of Colorado Springs files appeal to PERA ruling about Memorial Hospital

    Updated: Tue, Feb 25, 2014

    Colorado Springs attorneys filed an appeal in the city's dispute over whether it owes the Public Employees' Retirement Association millions in pension liabilities for Memorial Hospital employees. The move after a retired Adams County judge ruled in favor of PERA on Feb. 11 - a...

  • Talks seek to expand clinical rotation opportunities

    Published: Sun, Feb 23, 2014

    Memorial Hospital may not be the only place in the Pikes Peak region hosting medical students in the coming years. Discussions are underway with officials from several hospitals and health clinics across El Paso County to host third- and fourth-year medical students when they begin...

  • Lose your hat? Blame Chinook winds

    Updated: Fri, Feb 21, 2014

    A blast of Chinook winds should make for a blustery - if mild - day across the Pikes Peak region. Westerly winds are expected to gust from 40 mph to 50 mph through mid-afternoon Friday, causing temperatures to rise to the low 50s, said Paul Wolyn, a meteorologist with the National...

  • Fire in Falcon destroys barn, displaces family

    Published: Fri, Feb 21, 2014

    A fire Thursday afternoon heavily damaged a home and destroyed a barn in Falcon. A family of four was displaced from the blaze, which happened around 2:20 p.m. on the 3000 block of Tackhouse Road. Flames were spreading from the barn to the house when firefighters arrived, according...

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