Latest Colorado health insurance enrollment surpasses 150,000

By: jakob rodgers jakob.rodgers@gazette.com

Thousands of people rushed to beat Sunday's deadline for purchasing health insurance for 2016, Colorado's exchange reported Tuesday.

The rush of last-minute shoppers helped push the state's exchange, Connect...

For some Pikes Peak region professionals, a snow day was not an option

By: Kaitlin Durbin kaitlin.durbin@gazette.com

Heavy snowfall, blistering winds and icy roads closed many Colorado Springs-area businesses on back-to-back days. It shut down county and city governments, blocked off roadways and even kept the county's strongest...

Latest storm's effects will linger on Colorado Springs-area roads

By: KAITLIN DURBIN, JAKOB RODGERS AND CHHUN SUN The Gazette

Although it stopped snowing on Tuesday, the impact of the recent storm on Pikes Peak region roads will continue for some time.

Jack Ladley, the operations manager for the Colorado Springs' streets division,...

Colorado snow totals: More than 20 inches in parts of Pikes Peak region

By: Gazette staff

Following a second wave of snow that blew through El Paso County Monday and into Tuesday, areas are reporting high accumulation.

According to the National Weather Service in Pueblo, areas received:

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Bill that would rededicate $15 million in state transit funding wins preliminary approval in Senate

By: MEGAN SCHRADER megan.schrader@gazette.com

A bill proposing to yank $15 million in transit funding for things like regional bus routes, urban rent-a-bike stations and bike lanes won preliminary approval Tuesday despite strong opposition from Democrats in...

Snow days in 2016 have Colorado Springs school districts scrambling to make up time

By: debbie kelley debbie.kelley@gazette.com

The three largest public school districts in the Pikes Peak region - Colorado Springs School District 11, Academy School District 20 and Falcon School District 49, and other local schools announced Tuesday...

Fast-growing motorcycle group involved in deadly Denver clash is largely for law enforcement

By: Sadie Gurman, The Associated Press

DENVER — One of the nation's fastest-growing motorcycle clubs is composed largely of military, police officers and prison guards. It also embraces the regalia and traditions of outlaw biker gangs — a choice that...

Highways reopen after epic storm, but many school districts cancel Wednesday classes

By: Kaitlin Durbin kaitlin.durbin@gazette.com

The latest snowfall totals in and around Colorado Springs, according to the National Weather Service in Pueblo: