Colorado marijuana sales total close to $1 billion in 2015

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — New state data shows that Colorado marijuana businesses sold nearly $1 billion in recreational and medical cannabis last year.

The Denver Post reports (http://dpo.st/1Wd3MBe ) that the state...

Fort Carson's female Ranger, male classmate share spotlight on post

By: tom roeder tom.roeder@gazette.com

Lt. Shaye Haver and Staff Sgt. Michael Calderon had a hard time making it through the Army's elite Ranger School last summer.

Grueling weeks included near-starvation, sleep deprivation and physical exertion...

Divine Redeemer students create compassion kits to give to anyone who needs one

By: DEBBIE KELLEY debbie.kelley@gazette.com

Some students at Divine Redeemer Catholic School think they have a pretty good idea of the definition of the word "mercy."

"It means we're trying to be more faithful to God," says 12-year-old Giuliana Renda,...

Smoke alarms made 'big difference' in weekend Colorado Springs fires

By: chhun sun chhun.sun@gazette.com

In October 2014, a team of Colorado Springs Fire Department employees, Air Force cadets and community volunteers installed 99 smoke alarms at Canterbury Mobile Home Park in southeast Colorado Springs during Fire...

PHOTOS: Beautiful Colorado sky pictures from readers

By: The Gazette

Take a look at some of the best Colorado sky pictures submitted to us by our readers.

Colorado Springs judge: Guolee arrest documents must be unsealed

By: LANCE BENZEL lance.benzel@gazette.com

A judge on Wednesday agreed to unseal arrest papers for a Colorado Springs man once questioned as a person of interest in the slaying of Colorado's top prison official.

Fourth Judicial District Judge Gregory...

Buyouts might be only option for Colorado Springs homes damaged by landslides

By: RYAN MAYE HANDY AND MARIA ST. LOUIS SANCHEZ THE GAZETTE

The number of homes damaged by landslides in Colorado Springs continues to grow while their property values plummet, potentially leaving dozens of homeowners with little recourse beyond a buyout.

The El Paso...

Colorado College, wanting to better tell its story, has a new logo

By: DEBBIE KELLEY debbie.kelley@gazette.com

Banners flashing a new institutional logo for Colorado College have appeared on poles along Uintah, Cascade and Nevada avenues in recent weeks.

"We felt like we could develop a mark that could better tell...