For the second time in as many years, the Cheyenne Mountain boys lacrosse team is looking to end the season as the state’s top team.
The state is often a host for training under the National Association of Election Officials, or Election Center, where employees go to obtain expertise in running elections.
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.
Their home is no longer there, but Brynn Stroope and her family continue to pay for it and the fees associated with living in a homeowners’ association.
The City of Woodland Park spent $80,000 in the search for Kelsey Berreth’s remains at the Midway Landfill south of Colorado Springs.
It’s been a reliable, effective firefighting tool for decades.
From schools to businesses, the process of evacuating during a fire drill is rather routine.
Some of the nation’s future ninjas might just be training in Colorado Springs.
The rebrand couldn’t be complete without a new on-field jersey and mascot.
A quiet evening at the Arbor Pointe Apartments turned into a crime scene Wednesday.
The U.S. Attorney for the District of Colorado has received a petition seeking more charges related to the murder of Kelsey Berreth.
As the Colorado Springs Police Department continues its investigation into the disappearance of a local woman, her mother is pleading for the public’s help.
Amid financial troubles, aging buildings and declining attendance, Pueblo City Schools are implicating major change moving forward.
Nearly two weeks after PAWS for Life forfeited its license to operate the city-county animal shelter in Pueblo, city leaders look to fill that void with a pair of emergency actions Monday night.
The future of the state’s murder case against Patrick Frazee will take a pivotal step forward Friday.