A halloween favorite is back! There will be all treats and no tricks at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s annual “Boo at the Zoo” this weekend.
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Chapel Hills Mall to host Community and Veterans Job Fair on Oct. 24.
You can make a big difference in a student’s life and it only takes one hour per week.
Good ol’ pumpkins; you can bake them, carve them, and now mold them? Apparently so, because one Pueblo farm has been creating “Franken-Pumpkins” that’ll have you saying, “It… is… ALIVE!”
Any veteran in need can stop by today’s Veteran Stand Down. News 5 spoke with one veteran who made the decision to visit the Stand Down last year. He says it was one that changed his life!
Now is the time to apply for Ski.com’s Epic Dream Job
What you need to know for the November General Election, including deadlines, county information, candidate profiles, and explanations of the ballot measures.
Over the 2011-12 school year, the program received 300 suicide threat reports. That number rose to nearly 2,800 reports in 2017-18, an increase of 833 percent.
One Colorado Springs neighborhood says their uneven sidewalks are causing headaches for some residents, limiting their mobility and they want them fixed.
Millions of pounds of beef recalled due to possible salmonella contamination. Products were sold across the nation at major retailers late this summer and may still be in consumer’s freezers.
More Coloradans were hospitalized during 2017-2018 flu season than ever before.
One of the driving forces behind the new Pikes Peak National Veterans Cemetery was honored Thursday for all of his hard work.
Autumn is here and if you want to find fun in the fall, the Colorado government has created to website to help you find it.
Fremont Elementary third graders practice random acts of kindness.
The U.S. Trucking School is trying to figure out how to deal with a shortage of truck drivers, and they’re targeting veterans to fill the void.