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More than 30,000 expected to attend Hill Climb Fan Fest in downtown Colorado Springs
More than 30,000 expected to attend Hill Climb Fan Fest in downtown Colorado Springs

By: - 0 Wed, Jun 20, 2018

Fan Fest for The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, 5-10 p.m. Friday, downtown Colorado Springs, along Tejon Street, free; 685-4400,...

Colorado Springs man that went missing while mountain biking in Palmer Park has been found
Colorado Springs man that went missing while mountain biking in Palmer Park has been found

By: - 0 1 hr ago

A mountain biker who disappeared Tuesday morning from Palmer Park is being sought by El Paso County Search and Rescue and Colorado Springs police and...

Manitou Springs leaders want 'support' from Cog Railway specified in dollars
Manitou Springs leaders want 'support' from Cog Railway specified in dollars

By: Rachel Riley - 0 2 hr ago

MANITOU SPRINGS - Before Manitou Springs strikes a deal expected to keep the Pikes Peak Cog Railway open for decades to come, the City Council wants to...

Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot
Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 2 hr ago

MONUMENT - After two years of studying growth projections with demographers, getting community feedback and assessing options, Lewis-Palmer School...

Hundreds of fish killed in last week's devastating hailstorm in El Paso County
Hundreds of fish killed in last week's devastating hailstorm in El Paso County

By: Ellie Mulder - 0 2 hr ago

Last week's devastating hailstorm, which damaged thousands of homes and vehicles in El Paso County, also killed more than 500 fish of eight species in...

Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast overtaking downtown Wednesday, road closures expected
Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast overtaking downtown Wednesday, road closures expected

By: Haley Candelario - 0 2 hr ago

Residents of Colorado Springs can grab some grub Wednesday morning during the annual Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast. Volunteers from Fort...

Frustrated with your internet service? El Paso County wants to hear from you.
Frustrated with your internet service? El Paso County wants to hear from you.

By: Rachel Riley - 0 2 hr ago

El Paso County wants insights from businesses and residents about internet service options. An online survey is to gather information for the...

Defense in Colorado Springs death-penalty trial upbraids judge, who responds in kind
Defense in Colorado Springs death-penalty trial upbraids judge, who responds in kind

By: Lance Benzel - 2 hr ago

A death penalty trial that began with the defendant hurling a laptop at a judge is nearing an end amid complaints by his defense team that he hasn't...

Man arrives home to find burglary in progress, the second Colorado Springs incident this week
Man arrives home to find burglary in progress, the second Colorado Springs incident this week

By: Tatiana Parafiniuk-Talesnick - 0 2 hr ago

Late Monday night a Colorado Springs man went home on 3000 Pennsylvania Ave to find his home being burglarized, according to police. When the...

Sunday's I-25 crash victim identified as 25-year-old Colorado Springs man
Sunday's I-25 crash victim identified as 25-year-old Colorado Springs man

By: Kaitlin Durbin - 0 2 hr ago

The victim of a fatal crash Sunday on Interstate 25 has been identified as 25-year-old Dylan J. Hale. The Colorado Springs man reportedly died of...

Panel discussion to tackle problem of affordable housing in Colorado Springs
Panel discussion to tackle problem of affordable housing in Colorado Springs

By: Rich Laden - 0 11 hr ago

As Pikes Peak region housing prices continue to climb, finding affordable places to live isn't getting any easier for some residents. That challenge...

Colorado Springs-area events calendar: Wednesday, June 20
Colorado Springs-area events calendar: Wednesday, June 20

By: Carlotta Olson - 0 11 hr ago

Here's a look at what's going on Tuesday in the Colorado Springs area:      FESTIVALS Through Aug. 12: Colorado Shakespeare...

Democratic candidate for CD5 faces uphill battle but looks to unseat Doug Lamborn
Democratic candidate for CD5 faces uphill battle but looks to unseat Doug Lamborn

By: Conrad Swanson - 0 13 hr ago

Outfinanced and outnumbered, Stephany Spaulding is in the race of her life to become the first Democrat, first woman and first African American elected...

Colorado Springs veteran center holding military, veteran job fair
Colorado Springs veteran center holding military, veteran job fair

By: Wayne Heilman - 0 15 hr ago

Mount Carmel Veterans Service Center, 530 Communications Circle, will hold a job fair from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday for veterans, transitioning military...

Colorado primary ballots pouring in
Colorado primary ballots pouring in

By: Mark Harden - 0 15 hr ago

With the primary election a week away, nearly half a million Coloradans have returned their ballots. Statewide, 425,377 returned ballots had been...

Tornado watch issued for Colorado Springs and El Paso County
Tornado watch issued for Colorado Springs and El Paso County

By: Kaitlin Durbin - 0 15 hr ago

Tuesday's predicted thunderstorms have escalated to a tornado watch. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Colorado Springs and...

Colorado man plans to launch record firework - in February
Colorado man plans to launch record firework - in February

By: - 0 16 hr ago

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A Colorado pyrotechnics expert plans to launch a world record firework — but not until there's snow on the ground. Tim Borden...

Colorado Springs ministry names new CEO
Colorado Springs ministry names new CEO

By: Wayne Heilman - 0 17 hr ago

Geof Morin has been named CEO of Colorado Springs-based Biblica, The International Bible Society, after nearly 11 years with the American Bible Society...

Looking for signs of global warming? They're all around you
Looking for signs of global warming? They're all around you

By: - 0 17 hr ago

GOTHIC, Colo. — David Inouye is an accidental climate scientist. More than 40 years ago, the University of Maryland biologist started studying when...

Stricter rules, user fee now in place at Paradise Cove
Stricter rules, user fee now in place at Paradise Cove

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 17 hr ago

New this summer at the popular Paradise Cove diving and swimming hole near Guffey: no alcohol, no loud music, no unleashed dogs and no parking outside...

Marijuana industry spreading its Colorado campaign contributions on both sides of the aisle
Marijuana industry spreading its Colorado campaign contributions on both sides of the aisle

By: Marianne Goodland - 0 17 hr ago

Although the marijuana industry is more likely to pump big money into ballot initiatives, their dollars are also showing up on the balance sheets of...

Marijuana industry a growing political force at the Colorado Capitol
Marijuana industry a growing political force at the Colorado Capitol

By: - 0 17 hr ago

The marijuana industry in Colorado has grown quickly into a potent lobbying force at the Colorado Capitol. Marijuana businesses, law firms,...

Live Well: Monument woman racks up 50 years of daily runs
Live Well: Monument woman racks up 50 years of daily runs

By: Jen Mulson - 0 19 hr ago

Last year on Labor Day, Carol Bohannon celebrated a noteworthy stat: 50 years of running. Every single day. "I jog every day. Sometimes it goes to a...

5 Colorado festivals not to miss this weekend: Tacos, marmots, music, hula dancing and chihuahua racing
5 Colorado festivals not to miss this weekend: Tacos, marmots, music, hula dancing and chihuahua racing

By: Michelle Karas - 0 19 hr ago

Here's a look at five festivals in Colorado over the next few days, including the   Bravo! Vail Music Festival, SeriesFest Season...

Colorado summer festivals: Music, beer, food and more
Colorado summer festivals: Music, beer, food and more

By: Carlotta Olson - 0 20 hr ago

There is certainly no shortage of festivals to keep you occupied over the next several months. Whatever your passion, whether it be beer, music, food,...

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