City, county and state officials offering incentives to lure data centers to Colorado Springs


City, county and state leaders are proposing incentive deals to attract a company to build and run two data centers in Colorado Springs.

The project and the company name are confidential, said Holly...

Rampart looking ahead, pink eye or not, to football game vs. Palmer Ridge


Exactly one day. That's how long Rampart Rams get to bask in the glory of a victory or kick themselves for their part in a defeat.

"After the game, we have 24 hours to think about it and review what...

Must See Must Do: Your best bets for fun this weekend in and around Colorado Springs

By: linda navarro

Here's a look at what's happening around the Colorado Springs area the next few days:


- This is the time to go to that "I've always wanted to eat there" restaurant. The fourth annual...

El Paso County trying online vote tracking system


Gone are the days of tossing an election ballot into the cosmic postal void, hoping the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder received and counted it.

At least, those days are gone for this election cycle,...

Widefield D-3 prepares for Community Day and Fall Festival

By: Debbie Kelley

Widefield School District 3 is getting ready for its big annual town parade and the Widefield Coimmunity Center's second annual Fall Festival that's tied to Homecoming.

"Community Day" is Saturday, Oct. 10,...

Sen. Merrifield critical of GOP involvement in Colorado Springs-area school board races

By: Debbie Kelley

Colorado Sen. Michael Merrifield (D-Colorado Springs) said he’s concerned and frustrated by Republicans heavily supporting school board candidates publicly and financially – because school board races are defined...

Earnhardt forced to make hard decisions for JR Motorsports

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) β€” Dale Earnhardt Jr. has tried for five years to push Josh Berry's career forward. He got him one Xfinity Series start this year driving for JR Motorsports, and was ecstatic when Berry turned it...

After the flood, a rush to preserve drinking water

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) β€” South Carolina's capital city had too much water. Now, officials are racing to make sure it has enough.

A canal that serves as the main source of drinking water for about half of the...