Matt Steiner

News Reporter

Matt joined The Gazette in 2005, left briefly, and rejoined in August 2015.

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Limbrick to learn fate Wednesday morning for DUI conviction

By: matt steiner

Charles Limbrick, who was arrested for drunken driving and other offenses while on parole for murder, will be sentenced Wednesday for his DUI conviction.

Limbrick, 42, avoided having his parole revoked and...

Early-morning argument ends in stabbing; no arrests made

By: matt steiner

An argument escalated into a fight early Saturday in southeastern Colorado Springs and eventually ended with a stabbing, police said.

The argument involved multiple people and happened shortly before 3 a.m....

Update: 4 inches of snow pile up in parts of Pikes Peak region

By: Matt Steiner

Snow struck the Pikes Peak region shortly after noon Saturday, leaving more than 3 inches on the ground in some parts of El Paso County by midafternoon.

Weather spotters reported at least 3 inches of snow in...

Investigation into Colorado Springs convenience store robbery points toward inside job

By: matt steiner

A Colorado Springs convenience store manager and her boyfriend apparently worked together to steal almost $100,000 from the Circle K at Maizeland Road and Academy Boulevard, an arrest affidavit said.


Lathen goes back to the future with plans for Pikes Peak region


Amy Lathen highlighted a waning urgency after recent natural disasters in the Pikes Peak region during her State of the Region address Thursday at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs.

The El Paso...

Donors help break records during Colorado Gives Day


Colorado Gives Day proved fruitful once again for state nonprofits.

The 24-hour fundraiser Tuesday that helped 1,884 organizations around Colorado brought in over $2 million more than last year and had a...

Woman tied to 'molly' sale that killed Springs teen pleads guilty to selling cocaine


A 23-year-old woman who police said sold the dose of "molly" that killed 17-year-old Megan Pacheco in July pleaded guilty Wednesday to selling cocaine.

Marjorie Elizabeth Dietrich could spend up to six years...

Nearly 124,000 donors make Colorado Gives Day one to remember

By: Matt Steiner

By midday of Colorado Gives Day 2015, nonprofits in the Pikes Peak region had pulled in a bunch of cash and at least two local nonprofits were well on the way to better campaigns than they'd expected.