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Colorado Springs Police Department's recruiting push a reflection of low pay, turnover woes

Sat, Aug 27, 2016 - 4:59 PM 0

The Colorado Springs Police Department is in need of employees. The department advertised two appeals for applicants Friday, one for police officers and...

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Gov. Hickenlooper's call for reduced emissions in Colorado meets criticism

Sat, Aug 27, 2016 - 7:12 AM 0

Gov. John Hickenlooper is facing criticism from both the environmental advocates and the oil and gas industry for his proposed strict reductions of carbon...

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Colorado Springs police bomb squad having busy year
Colorado Springs police bomb squad having busy year

By: Chhun Sun - 0 36 min ago

Imagine finding an unattended backpack on a hiking trail in the Colorado Springs area. You think, someone probably forgot it, so there's no cause for...

Longtime Colorado Springs airman bids bittersweet goodbye to the wild blue yonder
Longtime Colorado Springs airman bids bittersweet goodbye to the wild blue yonder

By: Tom Roeder - 0 36 min ago

Chief Master Sgt. David Carey dealt with the age jokes for a couple of decades.

Colleagues would ask him about flying over Europe in World War...

Greens' Stein comes to Colorado Springs, posed as alternative to Clinton, Trump
Greens' Stein comes to Colorado Springs, posed as alternative to Clinton, Trump

By: Rachel Riley - 0 3 hr ago

Dozens of people marched up and down Tejon Street on Saturday in support of Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein, a sight eliciting peace...

Rain on Hayden Pass burn scar will cause flash flood worries
Rain on Hayden Pass burn scar will cause flash flood worries

By: Ellie Mulder - 0 3 hr ago

Officials spent hours Wednesday walking through muddy ash in the Hayden Pass burn scar, the site mere hours earlier of life-threatening flash...

Expect partial road closures in Woodmen, Union in Colorado Springs for another month
Expect partial road closures in Woodmen, Union in Colorado Springs for another month

By: Rachel Riley - 0 3 hr ago

Single-lane closures on stretches of Woodmen Road and Union Boulevard will continue for at least another month to make way for construction...

Colorado officials seek higher hunting, fishing fees
Darryl Glenn’s failure to launch in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race worries fellow Republicans
Darryl Glenn’s failure to launch in Colorado’s U.S. Senate race worries fellow Republicans

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LAKEWOOD — Toward the end of an event at Colorado Christian University last week, a student stood to ask U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn a...

Meet the man behind Bishop Castle, whose Colorado creation is a source of public envy and private ruin
Meet the man behind Bishop Castle, whose Colorado creation is a source of public envy and private ruin

By: Seth Boster - 0 11 hr ago

Editor's note: This story contains offensive language.

Custer County

Jim Bishop is not dead. That's the first thing he wants people to...

No turkeys will be harmed in Army group's fundraiser at Fort Carson
No turkeys will be harmed in Army group's fundraiser at Fort Carson

By: Tom Roeder - 0 11 hr ago

The local chapter of the Association of the United States Army is hoping a few straight-shooters can help the organization raise cash to support...

A great year for touring in Pikes Peak region
A great year for touring in Pikes Peak region

By: Maria St. Louis-Sanchez - 0 11 hr ago

An improving economy, low gas prices, beautiful weather and a lack of natural disasters have the local tourism industry declaring the summer of 2016...

Fonda-Redford movie casting call draws cast of thousands
Fonda-Redford movie casting call draws cast of thousands

By: Ellie Mulder - 0 11 hr ago

When Deb Asselta first showed up to Saturday's open casting call for an upcoming Netflix movie, she took one look at the crowd and left.

"It...

Man killed in gunfight with Denver police
Man killed in gunfight with Denver police

By: - 0 19 hr ago

One man was killed and another arrested after Denver police exchanged gunfire with a man while trying to arrest a wanted suspect.

Denver...

3-month-old infant found, father in Colorado Springs police custody
3-month-old infant found, father in Colorado Springs police custody

By: Ellie Mulder - 0 20 hr ago

Police are searching for a man who left his home with his three-month-old child after allegedly threatening to kill the baby boy and his mother.

...

Bicyclist hospitalized after collision with dump truck
Bicyclist hospitalized after collision with dump truck

By: Rachel Riley - 0 Yesterday

A bicyclist was hospitalized Saturday morning after a collision with a dump truck at an intersection near Dorchester Park.

The crash was...

Colorado State Fair worker retires after 33 years.
Colorado State Fair worker retires after 33 years.

By: - 0 Yesterday

PUEBLO — Cooks and chefs who enter their pies, cakes and other foods in the Colorado State Fair each year are a competitive bunch.

Their pies...

Motorhome carrying 100 pounds of Colorado marijuana seized in Tennessee
Motorhome carrying 100 pounds of Colorado marijuana seized in Tennessee

By: - 0 Yesterday

JASPER, Tenn. — A traffic stop in Tennessee turned into a big drug bust when authorities found 100 pounds of marijuana stashed in a motorhome.

...

Driver cited after hitting Colorado Springs ambulance
Driver cited after hitting Colorado Springs ambulance

By: Chhun Sun - 0 Yesterday

A two-vehicle crash Friday night left an ambulance on its side but Colorado Springs police said no one was hurt.

The wreck was reported about...

4 new eateries open in Colorado Springs
4 new eateries open in Colorado Springs

By: Teresa Farney - 0 Yesterday

Here are a few new eateries to find and sink your teeth into around Colorado Springs:

- Arabian Nights Café, 8029 N. Academy Blvd., offers...

Montezuma peach market fades, but it's not forgotten
Montezuma peach market fades, but it's not forgotten

By: - 0 Yesterday

CORTEZ — The hot days and cool nights of McElmo Canyon are ideal for growing a sweet peach with tangy complex flavors.

More than 100 years...

Love of science takes Colorado high school senior to California
Love of science takes Colorado high school senior to California

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MONTROSE — The Montrose County School District is moving ahead with science, technology, engineering and math curriculum in all schools. But as the...

LIST: Farmers markets in the Colorado Springs area
LIST: Farmers markets in the Colorado Springs area

By: Teresa Farney - 0 Yesterday

It's time for some farm-fresh produce! Here's a look at farmers markets in the Colorado Springs area.
Fuel spill dumps thousands of gallons into Colorado Springs creek, kills slew of fish
Fuel spill dumps thousands of gallons into Colorado Springs creek, kills slew of fish

By: Kaitlin Durbin - 0 Yesterday

A fuel tanker-truck crash in south Colorado Springs early

Weather looks ideal this week for outdoor enthusiasts
Weather looks ideal this week for outdoor enthusiasts

By: Chhun Sun - 0 Yesterday

After a few days of fall-like conditions this week, the Pikes Peak region is forecast to see some changes.

Rain could fall throughout the...

Homeless sue Denver calling sweeps unconstitutional
Homeless sue Denver calling sweeps unconstitutional

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A group of homeless people have sued Denver, claiming the city has systematically forced the homeless out of the downtown area, illegally taken and...

Personal trainer from Gold Hill sets recond with 57 fourteeners in 32 days, eight hours
Personal trainer from Gold Hill sets recond with 57 fourteeners in 32 days, eight hours

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“The last 36 hours have been pretty intense.”

Welcome to the understatement of the month.

Joe Grant woke up in Frisco Thursday morning,...

Humane Society officer injured in dog attack
Humane Society officer injured in dog attack

By: Chhun Sun - 0 Yesterday

A Colorado Springs woman was cited Friday afternoon in a dog attack that left an animal law enforcement officer with several bite marks on his body,...

Colorado mom, 33, dies saving her toddler from drowning in Lake Powell
Colorado mom, 33, dies saving her toddler from drowning in Lake Powell

By: - 0 Yesterday

A Lakewood mother died saving her 2-year-old son from drowning in Lake Powell.

The accident happened Tuesday afternoon in the Hall’s Crossing...

Man's death at his Falcon home ruled a homicide
Man's death at his Falcon home ruled a homicide

By: Chhun Sun - 0 Yesterday

The death of a man whose body was found Thursday in a Falcon home has been ruled a homicide, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said Friday.

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Several Colorado Springs I-25 ramp closures throughout weekend
Several Colorado Springs I-25 ramp closures throughout weekend

By: Rachel Riley - 0 Fri, Aug 26, 2016

Watch for several road and ramp closures in Colorado Springs this weekend into early next week while construction crews are at work. East Uintah...

Man set to trek Pikes Peak as ministry fundraiser
Man set to trek Pikes Peak as ministry fundraiser

By: Rachel Riley - 0 Fri, Aug 26, 2016

A local man will tackle the roughly 26-mile hike up and down Pikes Peak Saturday to raise money for the needy, including victims of sex trafficking...

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