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Matt Steiner

Regional Reporter

  • Man arrested after alleged assault at Colorado Springs hospital

    Updated: Mon, Feb 17, 2014

    A 22-year-old man was arrested Sunday after an alleged domestic violence assault at a local hospital. Colorado Springs Police took Edwin Figueroa into custody on suspicion of multiple crimes after the reported assault led to an arrest warrant, a search of Figueroa's home and a...

  • Get ready for more high winds in the Pikes Peak region

    Updated: Mon, Feb 17, 2014

    After a weekend of powerful winds that toppled several trees and left homeowners in the Pikes Peak region planning for repairs, another round of dangerous winds are expected to blow again Monday night. The National Weather Service issued a high-wind watch early Monday morning for...

  • Colorado Springs police search for hotel robber

    Updated: Mon, Feb 17, 2014

    Police were searching for man Monday morning who robbed a Colorado Springs hotel at gunpoint. Police said the man entered the Ramada Inn Hotel at 520 N. Murray Blvd. at about 5 a.m. He pulled out a gun, according to the desk clerk, and demanded money. The man ran from the hotel with...

  • Donkey, hedgehog, mustang, wolf, cat, 6 dogs in the mix for Divide mayor

    Updated: Sat, Feb 15, 2014

    There are 11 candidates running for the mayor of Divide. That's right, 11. And while they're all very lovable, one is simply an ass. And that ass, Herbie the donkey, marks the oldest candidate that Divide, the Teller County town near Cripple Creek, has had since its new election...

  • Trader Joe's fans flock to Denver, Boulder for debut of Colorado stores

    Updated: Sat, Feb 15, 2014

    Jonni McCoy of Colorado Springs didn't camp out to be among the first to experience Trader Joe's in Colorado, but she made sure to get there plenty early. She woke up at 4 a.m. Friday to make the 60-mile journey north to finally see one of her dreams come true. The California native...

  • Wild group poised for run to become mayor of Divide

    Updated: Thu, Feb 13, 2014

    By mid April, the Teller County town of Divide will have a new mayor. Walter the cat’s tenure will end April 8 when the votes, and donations, are tallied. This year’s election is the third since the Teller County Regional Animal Shelter began having a fundraiser in 2010 to have...

  • Flood work begins along U.S. 24; delays expected for at least a month

    Updated: Thu, Feb 13, 2014

    Travelers using U.S. 24 west of Manitou Springs will face some severe delays over the next month as the Colorado Department of Transportation upgrades a culvert under the highway near the mouth of Waldo Canyon. According to CDOT spokesman Bob Wilson, the $1.4 million flood mitigation...

  • City of Fountain likely to acquire dormant Appletree Golf Course

    Updated: Wed, Feb 12, 2014

    The former Appletree Golf Course east of Fountain may one day have renewed life. The Fountain City Council recently approved an agreement to take control of the course, which has been closed since 2006. City manager Scott Trainor said the agreement is contingent on an assessment that...

  • Woodland Park moves to earn Colorado creative arts, Main Street designations

    Published: Mon, Feb 10, 2014

    Woodland Park took a pair of giant steps toward economic revitalization recently when the city council unanimously approved two programs aimed at revamping the downtown sector. Council voted 7-0 to create a Creative Arts District and a Colorado Main Street Program. Both are...

  • Snowy winter allows hundreds of slash piles burns to lessen Colorado fire danger

    Updated: Sun, Feb 9, 2014

    Recent heavy snows throughout the Pikes Peak region and beyond have given officials an opportunity to burn hundreds of slash piles that pose a fire danger in Colorado forests. The piles come from mitigation work to rid the forests of dead or decayed trees and dangerously dry fuels...

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