“I don’t know where they got a cocaine themed party. It’s a cowboy-themed party, but people can wear whatever they want,” Chris Harris told reporters on Tuesday.
October 23, 2018
At a public meeting Tuesday night, Assistant Division Engineer Bill Tyner outlined why his agency plans to cap the spring, but he also shared insight on how citizens could prevent it from happening.
Evraz has plans to build a new steel mill in the Steel City.
Around 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Colorado State Patrol out of Canon City reported that Highway 50 was closed in both directions at mile marker 273 due to a serious car crash.
A pedestrian crossing Academy Boulevard at Astrozon Boulevard was struck and killed by a car just before 8 p.m. Tuesday night.zon.
A replica of the Titanic is set to embark on its maiden voyage in 2022.
El Paso County Sheriff’s Office arrests man on multiple charges for threatening road crew with rifle
The Sheriff’s Office said the man was armed with a chrome-colored “assault” style rifle and pointed it at the crew, threatening to shoot them.
Most of us won’t be a mega millionaire, but at the end of the day the lottery jackpot helps all Coloradans as proceeds benefit Great Outdoors Colorado or GOCO. If it reaches cap this year, it will receive $68.4 million in lottery proceeds to invest into protecting and enhancing Colorado’s parks, trails, wildlife, rivers, and open spaces.
For decades, Silver Key Senior Services has helped make the holidays special by providing Thanksgiving meals called Bounty Bags to older adults in the community. But donations for the giveaway have dwindled this year.
Last week, a moose got stuck and tangled in a zip line at a home in Breckenridge.
There are over 13,000 open positions in both El Paso and Teller County and right now data shows that there are more open positions than people looking for work according to Pikes Peak Workforce Center CEO Traci Marques.
Rain moves in tonight and tomorrow.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking for the public’s help in solving two poaching cases that have occurred in an unincorporated neighborhood in northeast Colorado Springs.
His trailer became high-centered at the level crossing with an oncoming train approaching. Dispatchers quickly called the railroad to warn the engineer about the truck and the train stopped about a quarter of a mile away from the crossing.
Long lines, large crowds, and thousands of dollars flying in- it’s what people see every year as they venture to haunted houses.