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  • Police: Colorado Springs man stabbed two, cut himself

    Tom Roeder
    Yesterday

    A stabbing at a Colorado Springs apartment Sunday left three people with knife wounds and one man jailed, police said. Officers were called to the on the 2900 block of Sage Street in western Colorado Springs just after 4:30 a.m., where they found three people bleeding from stab...

  • Rescuers called to Mt. Bierstadt for lightning injuries

    Associated Press
    Yesterday

    DENVER — Rescuers have been called to Mount Bierstadt west of Denver on a report of a lighting strike that left several people injured. According to the Alpine Rescue Team, the report came in just before noon on Sunday. Lightning and hail also forced delays during The Broadmoor...

  • Top 10 moments from Western Conservative Summit in Colorado

    CCU blog
    Yesterday

    Here are three of the top 10 moments from this weekend's Western Conservative Summit in Colorado. Click on the link below to see the other 7. The list was compiled by the Colorado Christian University blog. 1) Mike Huckabee set the Summit on fire…literally Former...

  • Ben Carson wins Western Conservative Summit straw poll, Fiorina and Walker close behind

    Washington Examiner
    Yesterday

    DENVER -- Ben Carson, the famed surgeon turned presidential candidate, rode his outsider message to victory on Sunday at the Western Conservative Summit straw poll sponsored by theWashington Examiner, edging out former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker....

  • Boaters suffer minor injuries in Colorado boat fire

    Associated Press
    Published: Sun, Jun 28, 2015

    LOVELAND — Two people suffered minor injuries after a boat burst into flames near the shore at Boyd Lake State Park on Friday. Witnesses say they heard a loud noise before seeing flames rise from the boat. Everyone on board managed to escape but two people suffered minor burns. The...

  • Body recovered from South Platte River

    Associated Press
    Published: Sun, Jun 28, 2015

    CASTLE ROCK — Rescue crews have pulled a body from the South Platte River in Waterton Canyon. The body was found about three miles from the mouth of the canyon Saturday afternoon. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is investigating to determine whether the person drowned in the...

  • A dozen Georgia O'Keeffe works on exhibit at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

    By Jennifer Mulson jen.mulson@gazette.com -
    Yesterday

    Georgia O'Keeffe's work has tugged at art enthusiasts and casual observers for almost a century. Even if they don't know her name, they recognize the images she favored so often: extreme close-ups of bright yellow calla lilies, pink and purple pansies, and black irises; New York City...

  • Air Force Academy engineering students get hands-on experience building Navajo hogans

    By Tom Roeder tom.roeder@gazette.com -
    Yesterday

    Swinging hammers and twisting screwdrivers taught Air Force Academy cadets high-level engineering lessons this month as they built two homes for a Navajo charity. The cadets built a pair of one-bedroom hogans, octagonal houses that will be given to needy Navajo Nation residents....

  • Colorado Springs NAACP chapter airs issues, vows to move forward

    By Kassondra Cloos kassondra.cloos@gazette.com -
    Yesterday

    The Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP made strides Saturday to put years of internal leadership fighting behind and to move forward to resolve bigger issues facing the community. President Henry Allen Jr. held the organization's first meeting in months Saturday. The organization...

  • Side Streets: Snit over Colorado Springs pond evokes memories of sprawling ranch that became Briargate

    Bill Vogrin
    Yesterday

    When Ron Sherman saw a recent Side Streets column about a landscaping pond on the Briargate Business Campus, he flashed back to his youth when he used to fish that pond on the Reverse J Diamond Ranch. In fact, he spent much of his boyhood on that ranch because his grandfather, E.O....

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