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Agreement reached to bring high-profile entertainment, pro hockey to World Arena

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Professional ice hockey is coming to Colorado Springs this fall thanks to a multi-year agreement between World Arena and Anschutz Entertainment Group. The deal, which was finalized Tuesday afternoon, will bring top-name entertainment and sporting events to the Pikes Peak region. The first...

Car fans may find their hearts racing at new Colorado Springs club

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A driver's dream, the custom-built Chevy Corvette took second place in the 2011 Detroit AutoRama car show ...

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