Douglas County will ask Supreme Court to review voucher case

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — A suburban Denver school district plans to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to try to save its private school voucher program.

The Douglas County School District said Wednesday that it plans to ask...

Wednesday only: Frontier flights from Denver purchased today are $1, but with a catch

By: The Gazette

A cheap flight to Atlanta, Las Vegas and Miami might be in order with this Frontier deal.

If purchased today (Sept. 2), flights from Denver to multiple cities across the U.S. are only a $1, but...

Table Talk video: Crave Real Burgers in Colorado Springs

By: Teresa Farney

Gazette Food Editor Teresa Farney stops by Crave Real Burgers in Colorado Springs to sample the Colorado Burger.

Watch the video above to see what she found.

Fort Carson, Black Forest send more firefighters to battle West Coast blazes

By: KASSONDRA CLOOS kassondra.cloos@gazette.com

As fires continue to burn along the West Coast, local agencies continue to send help.

Fort Carson announced Tuesday that it has sent six Department of the Army civilian firefighters to Washington to help...

Wreck cleared, all lanes open after rollover on I-25 north of Colorado Springs

By: chhun sun chhun.sun@gazette.com

Traffic is slow after a rollover crash early Wednesday on Interstate 25 just south of West Baptist Road, according to a Colorado Springs Traffic tweet.

The crash was reported around 7:30 a.m. and was cleared...

Kansas zoo's elephants to be shipped to Colorado Springs

By: The Associated Press

GARDEN CITY, Kan. — Two elephants will be moving from the Garden City zoo to Colorado Springs.

The Garden City Commission voted Tuesday to move the elephants, Missy and Kimba, to the Cheyenne Mountain...

New day center for Colorado Springs' homeless families offers ray of hope

By: jakob Rodgers jakob.rodgers@gazette.com

Lynda Rinker parsed no words - if she doesn't have rent assistance by Saturday, her family will likely call their Mercury Sable home for the second time in six months.

"That's why we're here - to try to get...

CDOT oversight criticized in state audit

By: STEPHEN HOBBS stephen.hobbs@gazette.com

The Colorado Department of Transportation's oversight of a program that has received approximately $1.4 billion was criticized in a state audit released this week.

FASTER, or the Funding Advancements for...