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Colorado Springs author of TABOR wrote more than government spending caps into law
By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 1 hr ago

One thing about anti-tax activist Douglas Bruce is certain. The man plans ahead.

The law that governs submitting comments on ballot issues for...

El Paso County school board has plenty of interest for a change
By: Debbie Kelley - 0 1 hr ago

MONUMENT - There haven't been enough candidates to fill school board seats in Monument's Lewis-Palmer School District 38 in recent years, so the...

EPA: Sediment accidentally released in western Colorado creek
By: - 0 4 hr ago

DENVER — An Environmental Protection Agency contractor inadvertently released about 2,000 gallons of sediment-bearing water into a creek from a...

El Paso County trying online vote tracking system
By: Ryan Maye Handy - 0 5 hr ago

Gone are the days of tossing an election ballot into the cosmic postal void, hoping the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder received and counted...

Controversial trail in Ute Pass clears major hurdle
By: Lance Benzel - 0 10 hr ago

Plans to close a 5-mile gap in the Ute Pass Regional Trail passed a key hurdle Wednesday, with the El Paso County Parks Advisory Board voting 5-0 to...

Colorado Springs mayor 'shocked' to learn that voter information pamphlet claims don't have to be true
By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 10 hr ago

Most local voters have received El Paso County's informational pamphlet on the Nov. 3 election, but some are baffled by arguments against a proposed...

Kevin McCarthy unexpectedly withdraws candidacy for House Speaker
By: - 0 12 hr ago

WASHINGTON — In a stunning move, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Thursday withdrew his candidacy for speaker of the U.S. House.


Repeal of TABOR gets lots of support at Colorado Springs event
By: Megan Schrader - 0 Yesterday

Trying to create a groundswell of support behind an undetermined number and scope of 2016 ballot initiatives, Building a Better Colorado heard from...

Colorado lawmakers revisit right-to-die bill
By: - 0 Yesterday

DENVER — Legislation allowing terminally ill patients to end their lives with doctor-prescribed drugs will be introduced again next year in Colorado,...

Proposals for local input on oil, gas locations under fire
By: - 0 Yesterday

DENVER — State regulators have released proposed rules to give local governments more of a say in the location of new oil and gas wells, and they...