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Dan Murray plays with his six-year-old Weimaraner, Bella, in an open lot off West Colorado Avenue near 14th Street Thursday morning. A quick moving  burst of heavy snowfall left the city covered in a blanket of snow. It was Bella's first time playing in the snow after living in warmer southern states and she loved it. Murray says he loves it too after retiring here. Snow showers are possible again Friday for the Pikes Peak Region, accompanied by cooler temperatures, with a forcasted high of near thirty degrees.
Carol Lawrence. The Gazette
Dan Murray plays with his six-year-old Weimaraner, Bella, in an open lot off West Colorado Avenue near 14th Street Thursday morning. A quick moving burst of heavy snowfall left the city covered in a blanket of snow. It was Bella's first time playing in the snow after living in warmer southern states and she loved it. Murray says he loves it too after retiring here. Snow showers are possible again Friday for the Pikes Peak Region, accompanied by cooler temperatures, with a forcasted high of near thirty degrees. Carol Lawrence. The Gazette
Officers were called to the 1900 block of Seclusion Point to investigate a home invasion on Feb. 24 (Photo courtesy of KKTV)
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers presents UCCS Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak with the award. Courtesy photo.
Young Life staff associate, Jessica Mycoskie (center in black Jacket) says a prayer with students and parents Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, remembering a Discovery Canyon Campus student who took his own life this past weekend. Young Life representatives were at the school to hand out hot chocolate and help the students cope.The teen was a member of Young Life. Carol Lawrence, The Gazette