John Elway says he wants Case Keenum to stay in Denver this season, but he’s given his incumbent quarterback the option of leaving if he wants.
February 27, 2019
An earthquake rattled southern Colorado Wednesday night.
COLORADO- As the National Popular Vote bill approved by the Colorado House and Senate awaits Governor Jared Polis’ signature, a couple of Colorado politicians are
Air Force Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy, commander, U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command, told a Senate committee that proposed barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border could increase security against any potential military threats coming from the south.
Walmart told greeters around the country last week that their positions would be eliminated on April 26 in favor of an expanded, more physically demanding “customer host” role. To qualify, they will need to be able to lift 25-pound (11-kilogram) packages, climb ladders and stand for long periods.
Larry H. Miller dealerships gave away $30,000 to three local charities Wednesday.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Several dozen people attended a “Community Listening Forum” Wednesday night at Library 21C to hear stories of addiction, treatment, and recovery from
A Pueblo school could face an emergency closure.
The Pueblo Police Department is ramping up traffic enforcement in the city.
COLORADO SPRINGS – A year after it started, we’re checking to see how a grant meant to help people stay out of the criminal justice
Colorado Springs Police are on a campaign to get professional wrestler John Cena to stop by and hang out with officer Cem Duzel.
NFL rules prevent Elway from discussing his pending acquisition of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, a trade that won’t become official until the start of the league year on March 13.
A company that wants to build residences and businesses at a remote Colorado ski area has received permission from the U.S. Forest Service to construct an access road across public land.
Congress just passed what is being called a landmark public lands bill.
FREMONT COUNTY – Republican county commissioners in Southern Colorado appear to be taking a page from the playbook of big-city Democrats by declaring themselves a Sanctuary