EDITORIAL: King's dream is still possible

By: The Gazette editorial

Martin Luther King Day 2016 arrives amid a lot of anger and frustration in America. It's a situation that Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have both tried to capitalize on in the political arena. We are at a...

EDITORIAL: Debate didn't disappoint

By: The Gazette editorial

Just seven of the remaining 12 Republican candidates met Fox Business Network's more stringent polling qualifications for the prime-time debate Thursday night. They were Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben...

EDITORIAL: The new Frontier returns

By: The Gazette editorial

The long-fought battle to make the Colorado Springs Airport more competitive with Denver International Airport has been paying off, after tireless efforts by former Mayor Steve Bach and a commitment by Mayor John...

LETTERS: DMV working to provide solutions; guns confiscated

By: Gazette Readers

Here are a sampling of recent letters from Gazette readers:

DMV working to provide solutions

This is in response to John Fornof's letter published in The Gazette on Dec. 14.

Thank you for...

EDITORIAL: Hick keeps promise on the Springs

By: The Gazette editorial

Gov. John Hickenlooper delivered an enthusiastic and hope-filled State of the State address Thursday that included a major development for Colorado Springs: Development of the country's "foremost authority on...

LETTERS: The money simply isn't there; Drake decision can wait

By: Gazette Readers

Here are a sampling of recent letters from Gazette readers:

The money simply isn't there

It is hard to argue against funding for education and having 60 of the state's superintendents rallying at the...

EDITORIAL: What Hick could say in State of the State

By: The Gazette editorial

Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper will give his State of the State address Thursday. It is a chance to restore bipartisan functionality to state government.

The governor was elected as a moderate who had...

EDITORIAL: Legislature must lead in 2016

By: The Gazette editorial

As legislators convene Wednesday for the first day of Colorado's 2016 legislative session, we hope they take us backward. Back in time, that is, to the days when legislators made priorities of education and roads,...