Man arrested after foot chase through field in Colorado Springs

By: chhun sun

A man was arrested after he led an officer on a foot chase Sunday evening through a field just south of downtown Colorado Springs, police said.

James Patton allegedly picked up a landscaping rock and threw it...

One person injured, 2 cars hit; Colorado Springs police investigate shooting

By: chhun sun

A Monday drive-by shooting in a southeast Colorado Springs neighborhood left one man with a gunshot wound in the back and two vehicles with bullet holes, police said.

The victim in the shooting just before 2...

Fog, rain and cooler temperatures in the forecast for this week

By: ryan maye handy

Fog, rain and some sunny, cool days are all in store for the Pikes Peak Region this week, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service in Pueblo.

For the first full week of October, it would seem...

This week: Events in and around Colorado Springs

By: The Gazette

Here are a handful of events to look forward to this week in the Colorado Springs area:

- The 2015 Science Festival continues this week through Oct. 11 at area college campuses, breweries, the city...

Mugshot Monday: Most wanted in the Pikes Peak region



Pikes Peak Area Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help finding the following people for whom felony arrest warrants have been issued.

Stephen James Arellano, 37, is described as a...

Officer-involved shooting in Fountain prompts a Q&A on body cameras


As the public continues to scrutinize police departments across the country, body-worn cameras are lauded again and again as a solution to police brutality and holding officers accountable. Many departments in the...

Colorado Springs CROP Walk brings 10-year fundraising total to more than $100,000

By: ryan maye handy

After 10 years, participants in the Colorado Springs CROP Walk, which stands for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty, have raised more than $100,000 to help the fundraiser meet its goal, said Careyn Mason,...

Air Academy, Colorado College grad wins prestigious 'genius award' for creativity


It's been 1,000 students and 20 years ago since Doug Lundberg had John Novembre in his advanced placement biology and genetic engineering classes at Air Academy High School.

But Lundberg remembers Novembre,...