Reform 'team' looking to make changes in Colorado Springs school district


Is Colorado Springs School District 11 poised for history to repeat itself or for great improvements?

Following a lawsuit that resulted in an eleventh-hour court order to allow a candidate who missed a...

Who is the reform “team?”

By: Debbie Kelley

Seven candidates are running for four open at-large seats in D-11. Nora Brown and Elaine Naleski are incumbents who were elected to in November 2011.

Theresa Null served in the military for 22 years and is...

A look back: The 2003 reform movement

By: Debbie Kelley

Voters elected a reform slate of four candidates to the Colorado Springs School District 11 board in November 2003: Eric Christen, Sandy Shakes, Willie Breazell and Craig Cox. Shakes was president, Cox vice...

Former Harrison superintendent Miles back in town -- but not in politics, he says


He's back. Mike Miles, former superintendent of Harrison School District 2 and a 2004 Colorado U.S. Senate candidate, returned to Colorado Springs over the summer after abruptly resigning in June from his job as...

Rain thumps El Paso, Teller counties, washes out Gold Camp Road


Heavy rain pounded parts of El Paso and Teller counties on Tuesday, leaving a section of Gold Camp Road closed due to a washout.

The storms, which were the most powerful to hit the Pikes Peak region in...

Photos & video: Hundreds of Carson soldiers return home from Middle East


Nearly 300 Fort Carson soldiers were welcomed home Tuesday after nine months in the Middle East.

Soldiers from the post's 3rd Brigade Combat Team returned to the post in two contingents, one of 240 soldiers...

Marijuana club's lawyer disputes legality of proposed Colorado Springs ordinance


The Colorado Springs City Council's six-month moratorium on new cannabis clubs cannot be enacted without a final vote and certainly cannot be enforced retroactively, says the attorney for the new One Love...

Security guards will patrol downtown Colorado Springs at least through the holidays


Security guards are expected to continue patrolling streets in downtown Colorado Springs through December - if not longer.

The guards, who are unarmed and carry handcuffs, have monitored an area roughly...