A North Carolina high school says it’s making safety a top priority for football players. Every player on the Mountain Island Charter football team will get a new helmet.
May 16, 2019
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.
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.
For many sports fans part of the fun of going to the ballpark is the extra trivia games. One Seattle Mariners fan learned the hard way that losing those games is not so fun.
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
With planting season fast approaching now is a good time to support the Colorado Springs Horticultural Arts Society.
Students at Palmer High School developed a virtual reality museum, choosing to highlight World War II battles around the Commonwealth of Saipan.
The 2019 Point-in-Time Count for El Paso County has been released and despite a slight uptick in homeless people, the survey found that more people are being sheltered.
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
“Sampy” is making a difference in Pueblo as a therapy dog for Sangre De Cristo Hospice and Pallative Care.
Pueblo West Metro District to build a new home after bomb cyclone.
A 50-year water plan by Colorado Springs Utilities projects growing demand as the community also grows. But meeting that demand requires a balance to prevent harming neighboring communities.
North Cheyenne Cañon Park will be getting a makeover.
“This is a time of year where people start engaging in behavior that is not always the smartest behavior on the roads,” said Maile Gray with Drive Smart Colorado.
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.