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Democrat's entry into race means El Paso County commissioner race will matter in November
By: Ryan Maye Handy - 0 9 hr ago

A Democrat has joined the race for the El Paso County District 2 seat, meaning the race will indeed be decided in November.

Michael Seraphin,...

Studio A64 cannabis club in Colorado Springs will hold a grand re-opening Saturday
By: Megan Schrader - 0 19 hr ago

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...

Denver judge tosses consumer lawsuit filed over pesticides on pot
By: - 0 19 hr ago

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Denver judge tosses consumer lawsuit filed over pesticides on pot


Police-related bills introduced in Colorado legislature
0 21 hr ago

DENVER — A Colorado House committee unanimously passed a bill Thursday that would require police agencies to videotape interrogations of suspects in...

House report details EPA missteps in Colorado mine spill
By: - 0 21 hr ago

DENVER (AP) — A probe of a mine waste accident in Colorado that fouled rivers in three states with arsenic, lead and other toxic substances has found...

Bill Cosby cases inspire Colorado bill extending time for charges
By: - 0 Yesterday

DENVER — Citing sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, Colorado legislators were considering a bill Thursday to end a 10-year statute of...

Debate on whether tampons should be tax-free arrives in Utah
By: - 0 Wed, Feb 10, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY — International debate over whether tampons and other feminine hygiene products should be tax-free has made its way to conservative...

Colorado Springs City Council OKs special district for South Nevada Avenue
By: Rich Laden - 0 Wed, Feb 10, 2016

A real estate developer now has another financial tool to use in helping him transform blighted portions of South Nevada Avenue into new commercial...

First weeks of 2016 cost Colorado Springs nearly 40 percent of snow removal budget
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 Tue, Feb 9, 2016

Colorado Springs has used nearly 40 percent of its annual snow removal budget less than six weeks into the year, a city official said Tuesday.


Colorado Springs City Council passes Pedestrian Access Act
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 Tue, Feb 9, 2016

An ordinance banning people from sitting or lying on downtown sidewalks or trails gained final approval by Colorado Springs City Council on Tuesday -...