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  • PPCC expands to Teller County with unique classroom

    By Debbie Kelley -
    Updated: 15 hr ago

    WOODLAND PARK - With winds gusting up to 20 mph, a chill in the morning air and snow melt creating muddy rivulets, it wasn't easy to pinpoint the origin of Fountain Creek on a topographical map and document the findings in a field journal. But students in Kristen Kubina's mountain...

  • New vehicle registrations in El Paso County hit the slow lane in February

    By Wayne Heilman -
    Updated: 17 hr ago

    After hitting a 10-year high last year, the automobile and truck market in El Paso County has gone into reverse. According to the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's Office, the number of new vehicles registered in the county last month fell 15.4 percent from February 2014 to 1,662....

  • The Country Life: A new chicken in the flock -it's like high school all over again

    By Bill Radford -
    Published: Tue, Mar 3, 2015

    We have an addition to our chicken flock, courtesy of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Our flock has consisted of six chickens we got as chicks two years ago - five hens and an unexpected rooster. Now we're up to seven with the recently adopted hen. By the way, if you're...

  • Colorado Springs kitchen fire causes minor injuries

    By Kassondra Cloos -
    Published: Mon, Mar 2, 2015

    A kitchen grease fire sent two people to the hospital Monday afternoon with minor injuries, the Colorado Springs Fire Department said. The fire, on the 1600 block of Acacia Drive, was reported around 2:15 p.m. but was extinguished by people on scene before the fire department arrived....

  • Colorado's Second Lady to speak on women and race during International Women's Day event


    The Colorado Springs World Affairs Council will present an International Women's Day program on Women, Race and Global Minorities on Monday. The guest speaker will be Claire Oberon Garcia, an English professor and director of the Race and Ethnic Studies Program at Colorado College. She...

  • Troop honors 7 teens who stuck it out to earn Eagle Scout rank

    By ryan maye handy -

    When 16-year-old John Gaebler got up to thank his parents for supporting him along the road to becoming an Eagle Scout, he decided to start with a little honesty. "I almost quit Boy Scouts when I was in the sixth grade," said Gaebler. "And I'm so glad I didn't." Gaebler, the son of...

  • Colorado revenue department sees increase in fraud

    Associated Press

    DENVER — Concerns about increasing fraud by thieves using filing software and stolen identification information here and in at least one other state mean the Colorado Department of Revenue will this year issue some refunds by slower-but-surer check to taxpayers who had wanted...

  • Investigation turns up bullet holes in fence rather than car

    Published: Mon, Mar 2, 2015

    Further investigation into a report of a car being shot five times in a Colorado Springs hotel parking lot turned up no such car, Colorado Springs police said Monday night. Although a caller on Monday afternoon reported bullet holes riddling a car in the parking lot of the Comfort Inn...

  • Everyone in Colorado may get a marijuana tax refund

    Fox 31

    DENVER — Thanks to Colorado’s new marijuana tax and a quirky state law, residents may get a special one-time tax refund next year. The total could be about $59 million, according to Fox 31. That’s how much the state expects to collect from taxes on the sale of recreational...

  • Judge lambastes Colorado Springs prosecutor after third courtroom error in 6 months

    By stephen hobbs -

    While a woman experiencing a panic attack sobbed outside a courtroom, the case against a man suspected of sexually assaulting and kidnapping her was falling apart. A defense attorney for Daniel Christian August said an argument by prosecutor Jennifer Darby during her closing...