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  • Affidavit: Customers leaving Colorado Springs massage parlors admitted sex was offered

    The rules inside Han Mi Son Salmon's massage parlors were simple: "Hand jobs are OK but nothing more," she allegedly told investigators. Questioned by a Colorado State Patrol trooper, Salmon said she knew sexual acts happened in her two Colorado Springs massage parlors, but told women working there to keep to her rule, according to an arrest...

  • Family displaced after fire at southeast Colorado Springs apartment building

    A family of four was displaced Friday night after a fire in their apartment, Colorado Springs firefighters said. The family - two adults and two children - was not home when the 8:45 p.m. fire at the Cedar Creek apartments at 1020 Mallard Drive broke out, but a neighbor heard the fire alarm and called for help, said fire Lt. Stacy Villapando....

  • Man convicted of prostituting Arizona girl, 17

    DENVER — A Denver jury has convicted a man of prostituting a 17-year-old girl and keeping the money the teen made performing sex acts. The Denver Post reports (http://dpo.st/1E8Bzn1 ) 36-year-old Thomas White was found guilty Thursday of pimping of a child, pandering of a child, procurement of a child, keeping a place of child...

  • Police: Rifle thief left debit card in patrol car

    FORT COLLINS — Investigators say a 27-year-old man accused of stealing two rifles from a pair of locked Fort Collins police cars left a bank card with his name on it sitting on the front seat of one of the vehicles. According to the Coloradoan (http://noconow.co/1G4qANt ), police have not recovered the two agency-issued semi-automatic...

  • Several injured in crashes in Colorado Springs, Fountain

    Two separate rollover crashes left several people injured Friday night in Colorado Springs and Fountain. One person was thrown from a vehicle in a crash shortly before 6 p.m. at Academy Boulevard and Goddard Street in north Colorado Springs, according to Colorado Sprigs police. The wreck closed all southbound lanes of Academy Boulevard while...

  • Clerk's office at Centennial Hall all about voting on Monday, Tuesday

    The Centennial Hall office on south Cascade Avenue will not have motor vehicle or recording services Monday and Tuesday in an effort better help voters for next week's General Election. Three other branches across the city will have normal services for people seeking such things as vehicle registrations, registration renewals, deeds, driver's...

  • Hitchhiker headed for trial in death of man in Colorado Springs

    A man who hitched a cross-country ride with a homeless family of three fatally stabbed one of his benefactors while in Colorado Springs and then gave police several versions of why he did it, according to testimony about his confessions. Michael Ray, 33, will be tried in the slaying of Patrick Hampton, 31, Judge Jann DuBois ruled Friday during...

  • Public meeting set to discuss Colorado Springs charter school building priorities

    How should The Classical Academy spend about $8 million expected to soon come into its coffers? "It's a great problem that we have, deciding how to spend all this money," spokeswoman Tisha Harris said. The Classical Academy is in northern Colorado Springs in Academy School District 20 and is Colorado's largest public charter system with seven...

  • Pumpkin-loving pigs are hungry for Halloween leftovers

    Porkchop, Hamlet and Cowboy love pumpkins. They chomp them down like pigs. That's because they are pigs. And, pretty please, they want your left over Halloween jack-o'-lanterns. It's all for the good of the environment. Really. It's sort of their version of civic duty to gobble up pumpkins that would have ended up in the landfill....

  • Interns, rejoice: Startup Summer starting up in Colorado Springs

    First there was Startup Weekend. Then came Startup Week. Now, Colorado Springs can add Startup Summer to the lineup. Beginning next summer, up to 15 students from colleges nationwide will spend 10 weeks as paid, full-time interns for local startup companies. The program, which began in Boulder in 2012 and expanded to Denver this year, is...

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