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Matt Steiner

Regional Reporter

  • Exclusive: Sheriff's Office fills job of commander on administrative leave with familiar name

    Updated: 4 hr ago

    A recent promotion at the El Paso County Sheriff's Office fills a void left when the head of the Patrol Division was put on administrative leave in May after filing an employment complaint against Sheriff Terry Maketa. Former Sheriff's Office spokesman Jeff Kramer was promoted from...

  • El Paso County commissioners OK creation of regional stormwater authority, ballot question

    Updated: 8 hr ago

    The El Paso County commissioners on Tuesday followed the Colorado Springs City Council's approval last week of the creation of the Pikes Peak Regional Drainage Authority. The board voted 4-0 to adopt the intergovernmental agreement of the county, Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs,...

  • Fort Carson soldier, Olympian cited after poaching deer at Colorado Springs car dealership

    Updated: Sat, Aug 16, 2014

    An Olympic wrestler and Fort Carson soldier was cited Thursday night after he allegedly stalked and shot a deer with a bow and arrow at a car dealership in southwestern Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs police and wildlife officials rushed to Motor City on Thursday night after a man...

  • Woman rescued from top of Manitou Incline

    Updated: Fri, Aug 15, 2014

    A 20-year-old woman was taken by helicopter to Memorial Hospital Central on Friday after she became unconscious at the top of the Manitou Incline. According to El Paso County Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Greg White, search and rescue crews were called in to assist Manitou Springs...

  • Heavy and brief rains cause some trouble around Colorado Springs

    Updated: Fri, Aug 15, 2014

    A series of widespread storms rolled through El Paso County Thursday afternoon and evening, dropping heavy rain on the region, flooding and closing streets and prompting a series of warnings, watches and advisories. The National Weather Service issued a flash-flood watch for the...

  • Registration open for regional NAACP conference

    Published: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    Registration is in full force for the NAACP's Colorado, Montana and Wyoming area conference. The event will run Oct. 16 to Oct. 18 at the Summit Conference and Event Center at 411 S. Sable Blvd. in Aurora. The conference hosted by the National Association for the Advancement of...

  • Woodland Park gets new mayor in unconventional manner

    Updated: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    The Woodland Park mayoral race came down to a tiebreaker. And after two names were tossed in a bowl, Neil Levy's name was pulled out, making him the Teller County town's new mayor. "It's amazing," Levy said just moments after the unconventional ending to the city council's vote. "I...

  • Columnist to discuss ongoing global conflicts at Colorado Springs conference

    Published: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    When Charles Krauthammer sits down for a panel discussion and interview Saturday at The Broadmoor, the Pulitzer Prize winning columnist knows exactly what he wants to talk about. Krauthammer emphasized conflicts in Israel, the Ukraine and Kurdistan in northern Iraq in a phone...

  • Woodland Park officials to choose new mayor Tuesday

    Updated: Tue, Aug 12, 2014

    Woodland Park will have a new mayor before Tuesday ends. The city council in the Teller County town of more than 7,500 people will interview five applicants at a special meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday and decide who will succeed David Turley. Turley resigned July 14 amid accusations that he...

  • Residents still confused about how to get help after wildfires, flooding

    Updated: Tue, Aug 12, 2014

    A meeting Monday evening in Manitou Springs about federal recovery money illustrated the confusion some local residents still have about how to get help after wildfires and flooding of the past few years. During the meeting, Colorado's Deputy Chief Recovery Officer Iain Hyde...

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