New service allows those in emergencies in El Paso, Teller counties to text 911

By: chhun sun chhun.sun@gazette.com

Sometimes, calling 911 is not an option.

The caller might be facing domestic violence. The caller is in a crime-in-progress situation. The caller is hurt and cannot speak. Or the caller has a speech or...

More stores, restaurants and hotels planned for Colorado Springs' far north side

By: rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com

More shopping, dining and housing are planned for Colorado Springs' far north side - already a major hub for fast-growing residential and commercial projects.

Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners...

Former Air Academy athletic director sues school district; D-20 countersues

By: SCOTT KANIEWSKI scott.kaniewski@gazette.com

Diane Shuck, the former athletic director at Air Academy High School, is suing Academy School District 20 after the district removed her from the position nearly a year ago, according to a court filing.

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Questions remain as to Colorado Springs man's motive in alleged robbery attempt

By: JAKOB RODGERS jakob.rodgers@gazette.com

Witnesses say Thomas Guolee was anything but discreet while trying to break into a former prisons guard's house, according to arrest affidavit released Thursday.

Guolee, 34, talked to several neighbors of...

Studio A64 cannabis club in Colorado Springs will hold a grand re-opening Saturday

By: Megan Schrader megan.schrader@gazette.com

As the city and state debate the future of marijuana social clubs, one that's been operating in Colorado Springs for years and is billed as "the original cannabis club" will hold a grand re-opening Saturday with...

Jury selection starts in Colorado fetus cutting case

By: The Associated Press

BOULDER, Colo. — Jury selection is under way in the trial of a Colorado woman accused of cutting another woman's unborn baby from her womb, a case that reignited the debate over the legal rights of fetuses.

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Denver judge tosses consumer lawsuit filed over pesticides on pot

By: David Migoya and Ricardo Baca, The Denver Post

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Denver judge tosses consumer lawsuit filed over pesticides on pot

By David Migoya and Ricardo Baca, The Denver Post

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GOP candidates for U.S. Senate debate at DU

By: megan schrader megan.schrader@gazette.com

Seven Republicans hoping to take on U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in November shared a crowded stage Thursday night at the University of Denver in the first candidate debate in the race.

Darryl Glenn, an El Paso...