PUEBLO – The Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl is less than two miles from Pueblo East’s campus. The Eagles have played regular season games at
November 28, 2018
D60 faces nearly $800 million worth of repairs. MOA Architecture, the team working on D60’s Master Plan, is not presenting any specific options for closures at this time. However, knowing it’s a possibility is something community members are finding hard to swallow.
Air Force men’s basketball (3-4) defeated Missouri State, 88-69, in a Mountain West/Missouri Valley Challenge game Wednesday night at Clune Arena. The Falcons made 17
Colorado Springs officials have been vocal in its search for public input on a draft of the comprehensive city’s Homelessness Response Action Plan over the last several weeks.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers and other dignitaries were on hand Wednesday for the groundbreaking of the newest ‘Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Homes’ in Colorado Springs.
A Colorado Springs sixth grader is missing his most prized possession.
A Colorado Springs woman who was charged after the drowning death of a 9-year-old girl at the Hotel Elegante has avoided a prison sentence.
Something that can happen to any of us: an attack at a local grocery store parking lot, it happened to a couple in Monument and they avoided a worst case scenario.
Now Monument Police want everyone to learn from this scary ordeal and be aware of their surroundings.
Christmas is almost here, and that means Santa will once again be teaming up with the Monument Police Department and four other law enforcement agencies to deliver toys and good cheer to many children in the tri-lakes area.
Deputies with the Huerfano County Sheriff’s Office arrested Mike Encina on felony charges of sex assault on a child. He allegedly abused two teenage boys who stayed with him at a church camp in 2013.
A huge cash donation from the Gleneagle Sertoma Club will help a recovering El Paso County Deputy and the family of another deputy who was shot and killed in February.
Many of you reached out. We listened and are looking for solutions to some gruesome accidents happening in Southern Colorado. Wildlife is being injured and killed trying to clear sharp fence posts. Investigative Reporter Patrick Nelson spoke with an eyewitness and wildlife officials who are calling for a change.
Several communities across southern Colorado are trying to determine the best way to manage local deer herds.
The Canon City Public Library wants to help you kill two birds with one stone if you have overdue books.
Donations needed to be able to place wreaths on a military graves across Colorado.