The Air Academy junior is the catalyst for the Kadets on offense averaging 15 points a game and scoring from pretty much where ever she wants.
March 6, 2019
The bill to repeal Colorado’s death penalty has cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Police looked high and low for any sign of what happened to missing Woodland Park mother Kelsey Berreth.
Huerfano County says it’s preparing for the worst when it comes to this year’s flood season and it wants residents to be prepared.
Two male teens, aged 16 and 17, were arrested for distribution of a controlled substance.
The Arizona Republican, a 26-year military veteran, made the disclosure at a Senate hearing on the military’s efforts to prevent sexual assaults and improve the response when they occur.
COLORADO SPRINGS – Ballots for the April 2 municipal election will be mailed out beginning Friday. There is only one ballot question for voters to
Experts say that now is the time to start thinking about your yards and gardens.
Canon City wants your help in naming the now famous albino deer that lives in the city.
Custer County Sheriff Shannon Bryerly believes the Extreme Risk Protection Orders bill being debated at the State Capitol violates due process rights of Colorado citizens. The Board of County Commissioners last week passed a resolution declaring themselves a Sanctuary County for the protection of 2nd Amendment rights.
Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) just awarded a $350 thousand grant to help with the renovation of Panorama Park in the southeast area of Colorado Springs.
The Arc of the Pikes Peak Region is campaigning to remove the “r” word when referring to people with disabilities.
Aspen Skiing Company’s redevelopment proposal encompasses more than 320,000 feet of commercial space including a time-share lodge that will add six condominiums to the base area and a luxury hotel that is expected to offer 81 additional rooms.
The academy said Wednesday the charges were dropped after an investigation determined that a conviction would be inappropriate.
A bill that would open the door for out-of-state investors and private equity firms to wade into Colorado’s marijuana industry is now in the House Appropriations Committee.