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Military Update: Conferees shape leaner budget for pay, benefits

By: - 0 - 2 hr ago

Military members and families have little to cheer from compromises House and Senate conferees have reached as they finalized details of key personnel provisions in the fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill.

The potential lifetime value of...

Scammers posing as soldiers are at it again, Army warns
By: Tom Roeder - 0 2 hr ago

Scammers posing as soldiers are again out in force looking for love online, the Army's Criminal Investigation Command reports.

In a news...

All of our cadets go pro All of our cadets go pro
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I love sports - the competition, the teamwork, the athleticism. Our twin boys even humor me when I'm not traveling, and we go shoot hoops, throw the...

Air Force Academy superintendent looks back on her first two years on the job
By: Tom Roeder - 0 2 hr ago

In her first days on the job at the Air Force Academy, Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson found herself justifying the school's existence amid a Pentagon...

Military Briefs
By: - 0 Sun, Oct 4, 2015

CC to hold vet events during homecoming

Colorado College will host events for the school's veterans along with its annual homecoming...

Colorado Springs area military events starting Oct. 4, 2015
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Air Force Falcons hockey vs. Denver - 7:05 p.m. Clune Arena, Air Force Academy, go online for tickets:...

Youth Lockups: Family of missing girl says system is 'train-wrecked'
By: - 0 7 hr ago

A Falcon family's 17-year-old daughter escaped from the Betty K. Marler Youth Services Center in Lakewood on July 25.

She's still...

Fast-moving storm brings hail, hard rain to Colorado Springs
By: Matt Steiner - 0 Sat, Oct 3, 2015

A heavy, but fast-moving storm pummeled Colorado Springs with strong rain and pea-sized hail shortly after 6 p.m. on Saturday.

Austin Harley, a...

Colorado Springs science carnival finds new ways to engage children
By: Matt Steiner - 0 Sat, Oct 3, 2015

Even as the Cool Science Carnival began to wind down late Saturday afternoon, children remained in line at some of the more popular exhibits on the...

Laywer: Shut down marijuana 'social club' not breaking Colorado Springs laws
By: Kassondra Cloos - 0 12 hr ago

A marijuana social club that opened Friday amid questions over the legality of such venues - and a citywide moratorium on new ones - has been shut...

Will priest's blessing help Colorado Springs shelter dogs find homes?
By: Kassondra Cloos - 0 13 hr ago

Homeless animals were blessed and shown some love Saturday when a Colorado Springs priest walked through the halls of the Humane Society of the Pikes...

Former fire chief Bob Harvey suing Black Forest fire district for $1 million
By: Ryan Maye Handy - 0 14 hr ago

Bob Harvey, the former chief of the Black Forest Fire Rescue Protection District, has sued the fire district for $1 million on the grounds of...

Uh oh ... Here are the 10 drunkest cities in Colorado
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Recently, the entertainment website RoadSnacks ranked the top 100 most drunk Colorado cities based on the number of bars per capita, divorce rates,...

NASA snow data that helps California put to work in Colorado
By: - 0 Sat, Oct 3, 2015

DENVER - NASA is providing drought-stricken California with valuable data about how much water is locked up in the scant Sierra Nevada snow, and now...

Colorado schools expand search for teachers
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DENVER — About 1,000 freshly minted teachers graduated in Colorado last year with credentials in elementary education.

Genoa-Hugo Elementary...