This veterans day, a group of Air Force cadets found themselves in a position to save a life, to save several lives, after witnessing one family filled car shoot off the edge of Highway 9.
El Paso County is armed to the teeth; although, it might be more appropriate to say its residents are armed at the hip. The number of those carrying concealed handguns in our area continues to rise.
The FBI released its annual report on hate crimes this week, showing an increase of more than 1,000 reported incidents nationwide, but numbers remained steady in the Centennial state compared to prior years.
A career artist with about a decade of work in the Disney animation studios has recently set up shop in Colorado Springs and is continuing in a culture of creativity.
Colorado, this year, has lost more than 500 people on its roadways due to traffic accidents.
As people headed to wait in line to vote on machines across the country, rest assured the method of voting in Colorado is very secure.
Breweries in Colorado Springs team up to provide free beer to any and all who cast their ballots and can prove it.
It was not the first step or last one, but certainly was a step in the right direction for one semi-endangered Colorado trout species, as Colorado Parks and Wildlife began placing the fish into brand new homes.
What gathers thousands of costumed racing enthusiasts to Southern Colorado each and every year during October to participate in a kind of death rattle dash through the streets of Manitou?
A Colorado Springs tech startup, creators of data analysis algorithms and techniques, will soon be presenting their ideas to NASA technologists to see if their creations have applications among the stars.
There’s a new piece of art hanging at the Air Force Academy depicting a B-24 bombing run over the Pacific Theater of Operations ; the person who hung it there? The pilot of the plane, a World War II veteran.
Good ol’ pumpkins; you can bake them, carve them, and now mold them? Apparently so, because one Pueblo farm has been creating “Franken-Pumpkins” that’ll have you saying, “It… is… ALIVE!”
Pueblo voters face a long list of candidates vying to be the first mayor of the Steel City in generations.
In a matter of weeks, Coloradans will be electing a new State Treasurer, a post that serves as the chief financial officer for the state overseeing the investment of Colorado’s tax dollars, the unclaimed property division, and serving on the board of our Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA).
A recent development of the national TV variety could have tons more people soon chugging alongside Black Forest Chew Chew (BFCC), a Colorado Springs based food truck.