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FEMA offers early look at 2017 floodplain maps for Pikes Peak region

Attendance drops at hearing for pared down Colorado Springs "sit-lie" ordinance
By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 6 hr ago

The proposed sit-lie ordinance aimed at Old Colorado City and downtown Colorado Springs commercial centers has been whittled yet again, as has...

Reform 'team' looking to make changes in Colorado Springs school district
By: Debbie Kelley - 0 6 hr ago

Is Colorado Springs School District 11 poised for history to repeat itself or for great improvements?

Following a lawsuit that resulted in an...

Who is the reform “team?”
By: - 0 6 hr ago

Seven candidates are running for four open at-large seats in D-11. Nora Brown and Elaine Naleski are incumbents who were elected to in November...

A look back: The 2003 reform movement
By: - 0 6 hr ago

Voters elected a reform slate of four candidates to the Colorado Springs School District 11 board in November 2003: Eric Christen, Sandy Shakes,...

Former Harrison superintendent Miles back in town -- but not in politics, he says
By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Oct 6, 2015

He's back. Mike Miles, former superintendent of Harrison School District 2 and a 2004 Colorado U.S. Senate candidate, returned to Colorado Springs...

Rain thumps El Paso, Teller counties, washes out Gold Camp Road
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 7 hr ago

Heavy rain pounded parts of El Paso and Teller counties on Tuesday, leaving a section of Gold Camp Road closed due to a washout.

The storms,...

Photos & video: Hundreds of Carson soldiers return home from Middle East
By: Tom Roeder - 0 7 hr ago

Nearly 300 Fort Carson soldiers were welcomed home Tuesday after nine months in the Middle East.

Soldiers from the post's 3rd Brigade Combat...

Marijuana club's lawyer disputes legality of proposed Colorado Springs ordinance
By: Billie Stanton Anleu - 0 7 hr ago

The Colorado Springs City Council's six-month moratorium on new cannabis clubs cannot be enacted without a final vote and certainly cannot be...

Security guards will patrol downtown Colorado Springs at least through the holidays
By: Stephen Hobbs - 0 8 hr ago

Security guards are expected to continue patrolling streets in downtown Colorado Springs through December - if not longer.

The guards, who are...

Settlement agreements for claims against former El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa approved
By: Stephen Hobbs - 0 8 hr ago

Two settlement agreements totaling $120,000 for claims filed against former El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa and other department employees were...

Fort Collins weighs allowing women to go topless in public
By: - 0 Tue, Oct 6, 2015

FORT COLLINS — Fort Collins officials are considering changes to the city's ordinance on public nudity that would allow women to go topless in...

Winter warming shelter to provide 153 beds downtown starting October 19
By: - 0 10 hr ago

The Salvation Army’s winter warming shelter will operate again this winter at 505 S. Weber St. and provide 153 beds starting October 19. The shelter,...

Colorado Springs CROP Walk brings 10-year fundraising total to more than $100,000
By: Ryan Maye Handy - 0 10 hr ago

After 10 years, participants in the Colorado Springs CROP Walk, which stands for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty, have raised more than...

El Pomar Foundation honors nonprofit, community leaders
By: - 0 Tue, Oct 6, 2015

BLACK HAWK - The El Pomar Foundation's Awards for Excellence recognizes the state's highest performing organizations every year. At a ceremony on...