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  • Note to Gazette subscribers: Beware of fake renewal offers

    The Gazette -
    Updated: 16 min ago

    It has been brought to our attention that there may be renewal offers reaching Gazette subscribers that are not from The Gazette.  Our return address for payment, as shown on our Renewal Notices, is Colorado Springs Gazette, LLC, PO Box 71253, Denver, CO 80271-2523. Do not...

  • Another Colorado coal mine cutting 150 jobs

    Associated Press
    Updated: 17 min ago

    PAONIA — Colorado's North Fork Valley is losing more coal jobs. After losing its contract to sell coal to the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation's largest public utility, the operator of the Bowie No. 2 mine near Paonia is eliminating 150 jobs. Bowie Resource Partners also cited...

  • List: Halloween events for adults in the Colorado Springs area

    By Carlotta, The Gazette -
    Updated: 46 min ago

    Oct. 24-31: "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" - Presented by Fire and Ice Theatrical, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24 and 25, Oct. 29-31, Club Q, 3430 N. Academy Blvd., for ages 18 and older, $10-$20; 422-9423, Oct. 25: BloodLux Bash - Food trucks, creative drinks, entertainment...

  • Off-track betting parlor moves to south of Colorado Springs

    By Wayne Heilman -
    Updated: 50 min ago

    And they're off. A second off-track betting parlor opened Thursday in the Pikes Peak region, as the owners of Post Time on Academy Boulevard in Colorado Springs moved a betting facility they had operated in Trinidad to the Country Bar in Fountain, south of the Springs. Post Time...

  • Colorado Springs group buys historic building to create 'innovation' campus

    By stephen hobbs -
    Updated: 1 hr ago

    The O'Neil Group Company announced Friday that it has purchased the former Homburg buildings at the intersection of Colorado and Pikes Peak Avenues, and plans to convert the site into a home for "technology, engineering and innovation" that will be called Catalyst Campus. The...

  • Colorado College geology professor makes discovery of career

    By lance benzel -
    Updated: 1 hr ago

    Colorado College geology professor Christine Siddoway made the discovery of her career from the saddle of a road bike. It was during a climb through North Cheyenne Cañon Park that Siddoway, 52, glimpsed alternating bands of sandstone and granite fused vertically in a rocky slope off...

  • Train traffic expected to rise along Front Range

    Associated Press
    Published: Fri, Oct 31, 2014

    FORT COLLINS — Train traffic along Colorado's Front Range is expected to be up over the next five weeks because of track work in northeastern Colorado. Fort Collins officials say they've been notified by BNSF Railway that another six to 10 trains a day could be passing through there...

  • Colorado Springs teen arrested after running away from police during traffic stop

    BY lisa walton -
    Updated: 2 hr ago

    Police said a 17-year-old girl led them on a lengthy foot chase Thursday afternoon after she failed to stop during a traffic stop. Police said an officer tried to pull over a grey SUV at Templeton Gap Road and Dublin Boulevard, just east of North Powers Boulevard. Instead of...

  • Colorado Springs City Council lauds mayor's budget but wants change to process

    By monica mendoza -
    Updated: 2 hr ago

    Mayor Steve Bach's proposed 2015 budget sailed through a City Council markup session Thursday with hardly a change to spending. However, the council is expected to propose a series of changes to the budget process that would increase the number of budgeted departments, require...

  • Senate candidate has a plan, but 2-party system makes him largely unknown

    Updated: 2 hr ago

    Steve Shogan and his campaign team hit Colorado Springs and Pueblo this week trying to let voters know there is a third option in the ugly battle between U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, the Democratic incumbent, and Republican Rep. Cory Gardner. There are actually fourth, fifth and sixth...