It was bitter cold in Woodland Park Thursday night, but that didn’t stop a community from showing its support to a family dealing with the unthinkable.
In a Wednesday announcement, the department’s Strategic Investigations Unit arrested four people accused of property theft in 48 hours.
It’s becoming one of the most frequent complaints to Colorado Springs police.
PAWS for Life and Pueblo Animal Services, the shelter’s provider over the last 16 years, held a joint meeting Friday to prepare for transition.
It isn’t a done deal, but the Pueblo County Commission is taking the first step toward welcoming PAWS for Life as its new animal shelter and enforcement provider.
The transportation provider was set to extend service a few hours each night, in addition to offering bus service on Sunday too. That extension is now delayed.
The county’s judicial needs have outgrown the original courthouse, which opened in 1904 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
News 5 sat down with the family before their trip to Sacramento, where the kids had surgeries Friday.
The project hinges on shared funding, including federal, state and county contributions. To make things interesting though, El Paso County didn’t include the $7.5 million (half of its overall financial commitment) within the 2019 budget approved Thursday.
Construction crews got off to a late start, but an overnight closure signaled the start of construction on the southern portion of the I-25 Gap Project Thursday.
Colorado Springs officials have been vocal in its search for public input on a draft of the comprehensive city’s Homelessness Response Action Plan over the last several weeks.
The mass shooting drew national headlines, rocked the Pikes Peak region and is still being felt in 2018, but the event also led to positive change, particularly for first responders.
It would mean no more tents in parking lots and no more safety concerns with propane heaters, which have both delayed the Pueblo Rescue Mission’s ability to get liability insurance.
In exchange for tax breaks estimated at $36 million, the company agrees to go through with its $100 million plan to repair the railway and become operational by Spring 2021.
Colorado joined 13 other states Friday in adopting California’s low-emission standards, a move to protect the state’s environment.