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Animal attraction: Love stories from the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
By: Stephanie Earls - 0 1 hr ago

In the wild, animal relationships play by a certain set of rules.

But, as it is in the human realm, a change of scenery can shake things...

Species conservation, breeding programs rely on animal attraction
By: Stephanie Earls - 0 1 hr ago

Raised together at Colorado Springs' Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Zoya and Grom were the best of friends, but the spark fizzled there. Despite a breeding...

Resort agrees to settle lawsuit over immigrant workers
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DENVER — Vail Run Resort and its management company have agreed to pay eight Mexican workers $1 million after a manager was accused of sexually...

Feds scrap plans to open center for migrant kids in Lakewood
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WASHINGTON — In a surprise reversal, federal officials Friday said the Obama administration no longer plans to open a 1,000-bed facility for migrant...

Opening date set for Nordstrom Rack on Colorado Springs' north side
By: Rich Laden - 0 4 hr ago

Shoppers, mark your calendars.

Nordstrom Rack, the popular outlet store for Seattle-based upscale retailer Nordstrom, will open April 28 on...

Fewer homeless shelter beds will be available next year in Pikes Peak region
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 4 hr ago

Homeless shelter beds were dangerously scarce during last week's snowstorm, filling to capacity at two seasonal shelters.

But beds will be...

Colorado Springs standoff may have been fueled by drugs
By: Kaitlin Durbin - 0 4 hr ago

A man who fired shots inside his home and initiated a three-hour standoff with police may have been under the influence of drugs, police said.

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Two of three Colorado fugitives arrested, one still at large
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 4 hr ago

Two of the three parolees recently sought by Colorado prisons officials have been arrested.

Wesley Jones, 31, was taken into custody around 11...

Presidents Day closings
By: - 0 Sat, Feb 13, 2016

Presidents' Day closings

Banks and credit unions: Most banks and credit unions closed Monday. Check with individual locations.

Buses...

Colorado seeking right mix for oil and water supplies
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DURANGO — Oil and water don't mix, especially in southwestern Colorado where a debate continues over what to do with 3,000 proposed oil and gas wells...

Colorado DOC issues warrants for 3 men who walked away from parole; 2 are members of violent white supremacist gang
By: Jakob Rodgers - 0 5 hr ago

Two members of the 211 Crew - a white supremacist prison gang that was at the center of the 2013 killing of Colorado's prisons chief - have absconded...

USA Pro Challenge organizers pull plug on Colorado's professional cycling race for 2016
By: Nathan Van Dyne - 0 6 hr ago

Five years after major professional cycling made a triumphant return to Colorado, organizers of the race hatched by former Gov. Bill Ritter and Lance...

Sheriff's Office seeks help in locating missing man
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The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in locating a man who disappeared early Saturday Morning.

Steven Earl Taylor left his...

High demand, low staff at the post office mean it may be a journey to get a passport
By: Debbie Kelley - 0 11 hr ago

Need a passport? If you're going to a post office to submit an application, get there early in the day - or you may have to return another time or...