Gas line hit, shuts down road in northeast Colorado Springs

By: chhun sun

A gas line hit has shut down Explorer Drive in northeast Colorado Springs on Thursday morning, according to Colorado Springs Fire Department tweets.

Colorado Springs Utilities spokesman Eric Isaacson said...

Thursday's 3 must reads from in 30 seconds

By: Eric Singer, The Gazette

Here are the 3 must reads on in 30 seconds for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015:

1) There will be one less pair of golden arches in Colorado Springs. A 20-year-old McDonald's is...

Colorado Springs charter school is growing up


Things are happening in southeast Colorado Springs, one of the city's poorest neighborhoods and highest areas of crime. But this time, it's not about a shooting or a drug bust.

Atlas Preparatory School, a...

An old scam has returned, says the El Paso County Sheriff's Office

By: chhun sun

An old scam is back.

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office sent out another reminder late Wednesday about a scam involving callers identifying themselves as deputies.

They tell the victims that there...

'Lucky' pig gets new home after fall onto Colorado highway

By: The Associated Press

LONGMONT — A 650-pound pig that fell off a trailer in Colorado is getting a new name -- "Lucky" -- and a new home at a sanctuary for abandoned pigs.

The Daily Times-Call reports ( ) that...

Information meeting set regarding Colorado Springs road closed by huge sinkhole


Residents curious to know more about - and give their input on - the Chestnut Street bridge replacement project will have a chance to do so Thursday.

An estimated $2 million is needed to fix the bridge...

Repeal of TABOR gets lots of support at Colorado Springs event


Trying to create a groundswell of support behind an undetermined number and scope of 2016 ballot initiatives, Building a Better Colorado heard from Colorado Springs civic leaders Wednesday at The Broadmoor.


Colorado lawmakers revisit right-to-die bill

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — Legislation allowing terminally ill patients to end their lives with doctor-prescribed drugs will be introduced again next year in Colorado, where supporters hope to capitalize on California's recent...