Col. Daniel Uribe, Head of the Dept. of Foreign Languages at the Air Force Academy, hugs Linda Ambard at a dedication ceremony for a memorial conference room for her husband on Thursday, April 27, 2017. Linda's husband, Major Philip Ambard, whose portrait hangs on the wall, was killed while on an assignment in Afghanistan in 2011.
Carol Lawrence, the Gazette
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Maj. Phil Ambard is now memorialized at the Air Force Academy, but he's still not a typical hero.
He died six years ago this week in Afghanistan, but he's not honored for battlefield valor. He's being held...
One person was killed in a stabbing early Sunday morning. (KKTV photo)
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An hourslong standoff with a possible stabbing suspect in Colorado Springs continued Sunday morning at a home near UCCS.
The stabbing happened more than six miles away in the Quail Hill Mobile Home Park on...
Monday, August 6, 2007-photo by Jerilee Bennett-Nosh restaurant-FAC Modern
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Upscale Plaza of the Rockies restaurant Nosh closed its doors Saturday to make way for a new venture in partnership with developer Nor'wood, Blue Star Group, the owner, announced on its website.
Blue Dot Place at 412 S. Nevada Ave. (at left in this photo Friday, April 15, 2016) is one the newer developments changing the face of the area south of downtown Colorado Springs. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
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Standing between the exposed brick walls of her Tejon Street loft in downtown Colorado Springs on Saturday, Wylene Carol fielded question after question about her home of 16 years from curious visitors:
Alexie Mieskoski takes her 13-week-old Aussie-Border collie mix Charlie for a walk at Bear Creek dog park on Saturday April 29, 2017. "She is like a little sister that won't leave you alone," Mieskoski commented. A spring storm hit the Colorado Springs area Friday night yet many parts of the region didn't get the expected amounts of snow overnight - with some areas of the city will less than 1 inch of snow. Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette.
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A storm heading to Colorado Springs Friday night swerved south and smacked Pueblo with 8 inches of tree-snapping snow, instead,
By: The Gazette • Updated: 11 hr ago
A 10-car pileup has closed southbound lanes of Interstate 25 south of Castle Rock, according to the Colorado State Patrol. State Troopers, as well as the Colorado Department of Transportation. are advising...
The blaze was reported just after 8 p.m. at 2605 Maroon Bells Ave. on Saturday. Photo courtesy of CSFD Twitter
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Colorado Springs firefighters worked Saturday evening to battle a garage fire on the city's northern side.
The blaze was reported just after 8 p.m. at 2605 Maroon Bells Ave. Firefighters arrived to find...
Colorado Economic Development Commission board member Noel Ginsburg gestures while speaking during a meeting of the Colorado Economic Development Commission at a conference room on the 8th floor of the World Trade Center in Denver, Colorado on Monday, December 16, 2013. (Kent Nishimura, The Gazette)
By: PETER MARCUS ColoradoPolitics.com -firstname.lastname@example.org • Updated: 14 hr ago
Three days before Christmas, Denver manufacturing entrepreneur and civic leader Noel Ginsburg announced a run for governor on the Democratic ticket. It was unusual.
It seemed bizarre for a candidate to...
Stephanie Prochaska, assistant archivist for the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, carefully flips through a Colorado Springs Police Department scrapbook perserving news clippings from 1943. The department donated 85 volumes to the Starsmore Center for Local History.
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In 1917, Colorado Springs police uncovered the "most daring robbery ever attempted in Colorado," or so read the headline at the time.
The account of how two men orchestrated a series of petty burglaries,...
Marchers participate in a climate change awareness rally, in Denver, Saturday, April 29, 2017. The gathering was among many others of its kind held nationwide marking President Donald Trump's 100th day in office. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
By: HAYLEY SANCHEZ, The Denver Post • Updated: 16 hr ago
The snowy spring Colorado weather could not stop a few thousand people from rallying for action on climate change Saturday at Denver’s Civic Center park.
Dressed in snow boots and ski clothes, demonstrators...