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A brush fire southeast of the Garden of the Gods that broke out Wednesday evening and threatened homes has been contained, according to the Co…

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Around noon, a crowd of about 50 protesters, many identifying with the Communist Party, marched from Cheesman Park to the state Capitol, forcing police to close East Colfax Avenue during the procession. The marchers, many dressed head to foot in black, with gas masks, helmets and bulletproof vests, shouted expletives about both Trump and Biden. That's when the police presence increased dramatically.

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Colorado officials on Wednesday marked the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, with Democrats offering messages of congratulations and conveying determination to tackle the work ahead, while Republicans cautioned the new administration against lurching too far to the left.

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Bea Solo's new downtown Colorado Springs gallery, Novis Mortem Collective, features her own taxidermy works. She likes to pin butterflies, beetles, dragonflies and more, and also displays octopuses, squid, skulls and sea creatures.

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U.S. Rep. Jason Crow has indicated his support for President-elect Joe Biden's nominee to be U.S. Secretary of Defense, even though it would require waiving the requirement of a decades-old law for a "cooling down" period following his military service.

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Many events are being canceled due to coronavirus concerns. Here are some Colorado Springs-area online classes, local concerts, events and more for you to join.

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A University of Denver marketing professor and her colleagues have concluded that local, grassroots action that converts bystanders into “upstanders” and connects similar organizations to each other is the key to successful movements like Black Lives Matter.

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Colorado has been dubbed one of the worst places for drivers in the United States in a recent WalletHub report, thanks to factors like high rates of vehicle theft, poor road quality, and rush-hour traffic congestion.

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Colorado will receive $181 million from the federal government to support its statewide testing program, Gov. Jared Polis and the state's two senators announced Tuesday morning.

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Rising apartment rents played a major role in pushing the cost of living in Colorado Springs to tie a 23-year-old record when compared with th…