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Liz Forster


Liz Forster is a new reporter focusing on environment and public safety. After graduating from Colorado College in May 2017, she was hired as a summer intern then as a full-time reporter in the fall.

Clouds can be seen over Colorado Springs Saturday morning in the image from the Colorado Springs Pikes Peak Camera.
Peak Performer
Colorado Springs police said a body found inside a burning car downtown early Tuesday was apparently a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Bomb Squad was called to the scene, because of a suspicious device that was found. The car was found in a large vacant lot near Wahsatch and Cimarron streets. Investigators were sifting through items found with the burned car on Tuesday morning, March 6, 2018. (Photo by Jerilee Bennett, The Gazette)
Oviel Fuentas-Duran. Photo courtesy El Paso County Sheriff's Department.
Smoke visible in Fountain, over I-25 from 1,800-acre fire at Fort Carson
The high for Friday is forecast to be 62 degrees. Gazette file photo.
A man was killed early Thursday after driving around a curve at more than 100 mph while being chased by an El Paso County Sheriff's deputy. Photo courtesy KKTV.
Sam Przybylski, left, and John Wesenberg hop back on their mountain bikes Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, after taking in the view of snow-capped Pikes Peak and downtown Colorado Springs from the Grandview Overlook while riding in Palmer Park. Przybylski was off work and Wesenberg took a lunchbreak to ride the popular city park.   (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Warmer temperatures for the rest of this week should allow residents to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Gazette file photo by Christian Murdock.
The Air Force Academy Mountaineering Club at the summit of Torreys Peak before rescuing two hikers lost in the whiteout. Photo courtesy of Lt. Col. Robert Marshall.