Beaver activity causes washout of Gold Camp Road

By: Chhun Sun

A stretch of Gold Camp Road in Teller County between mile markers 7 and 8 was closed after a washout Tuesday and the discovery of a hole in the road about 20 feet deep and 20 feet wide, said Brad Shaw, the Teller...

Woodland Park planning commission to consider assisted care facility

By: matt steiner

Construction on a 50-room assisted-living facility could begin on the eastern edge of Woodland Park as soon as spring 2016.

The city's planning commission will hold a public hearing Thursday night to discuss...

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...

Student wearing Halloween costume prompts Pueblo County school lockdown


Pueblo County High School was on lockdown for more than an hour Wednesday after authorities say a student was apprehended wearing a trench coat and gas mask.

The lockdown was lifted shortly before 11 a.m.,...

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...

One Colorado city ranks as No. 1 most sexually active city in US

By: CBS4, Denver

A new study by QualityHealth ranks the 10 most sexually active cities in the country, and a few may surprise you.

Assumed “sin cities” such as Las Vegas or New York didn’t even make the list, which is...

Who is the Colorado Springs District 11 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...

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...