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May 16, 2019

Don’t get caught off guard during disaster season

This week first responders and emergency personnel teamed up to talk with the public about disaster preparedness. They held a meeting Thursday evening at Gold Camp Elementary to talk with folks on the city’s west side.

A bear is forced into a tree in the heart of a Colorado Springs neighborhood on May 16, 2019. (Credit: Brionna Lawrence)

Parks & Wildlife criss-cross area for bear calls

Starting in the late morning, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials — joined by Colorado Springs Police and Fire — shut down the road for a few hours while trying to capture a bear.

Honda million miles

A million miles and counting

DURHAM, NC – Dexter Mills says his 2000 Honda Accord has gone the extra mile, a million times over. Mills is a self-employed vehicle inspector

360° Perspective: Guns in Schools

COLORADO SPRINGS – It’s a debate we’re forced to have often. Can we be doing more to protect our kids in school? Are armed teachers, security

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Pilot safely ejects before F-16 crash, 6 injured

The pilot of an F-16 Fighting Falcon jet suffered non-life-threatening injuries after ejecting from the plane before it crashed into a warehouse near March Air Reserve Base. Five people on the ground were also injured, but none of their injuries are serious. 

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Rising Arkansas River

Rising Arkansas River

Best viewer photos of May 2019

Best viewer photos of May 2019

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