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A mountain biker rides through the tall, lush grasses and wildflowers in Red Rocks Canyon Open Space early Wednesday morning, July 29, 2015. The Colorado Springs park resembles Crested Butte or Ireland after a record year of rain.  (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
A mountain biker rides through the tall, lush grasses and wildflowers in Red Rocks Canyon Open Space early Wednesday morning, July 29, 2015. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Trump Abortion Politics
FILE - In this May 18, 2018, file photo, President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington. The Trump administration’s latest push to wring funding from Planned Parenthood and other federally funded family planning clinics could serve as a rallying cry for conservative voters, who remain deeply loyal to the president heading into the midterm elections. Trump has also been focused on issues that galvanize his base, holding a series of events to rail against the dangers of illegal immigration and wading anew into the fight over abortion rights. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
Garden of the Gods - Best Of 2017. Photo by Jeff Kearney.
Teacher Protest Colorado
Kristen Rose, a 7th grade English teacher at West Early College in Denver, takes part in a rally outside the State Capitol Monday, April 16, 2018, in Denver. Teachers from around the state were on hand to demand better salaries as lawmakers under the dome were set to debate a pension reform measure to cut retirement benefits as well as take-home pay. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is pictured during a Sept. 27 interview in his office at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Photo by Andy Colwell for the Gazette
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is pictured during a Sept. 27 interview in his office at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Photo by Andy Colwell for the Gazette
On the Money Cryptocurrencies and Taxes
Should bitcoin be allowed for Colorado campaign contributions? New rules proposed. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)
Jeff Bornstein, Shea Medlicott, Greg Coopman and Don Wilson were voted into the town of Monument's four open Board of Trustee seats.
(Courtesy townofmonument.org)
Military spouse Mollie Raymond address other spouses, city officials and local business leaders during a ceremony Monday as Colorado Springs was named the nation's third Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zone by Hiring Our Heroes, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce program.
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In closed executive sessions that some legal experts say violate Colorado's open meetings law, the Colorado Springs City Council has doled out about $5.4 million to settle a string of cases, including racial and gender discrimination. (The Gazette file)