LARKSPUR – Thousands of visitors are heading to Southern Colorado for the highly anticipated Renaissance Festival this weekend.
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June marks Elder Abuse Awareness Month and key players in El Paso County are coming together to raise awareness about this ongoing problem in our community.
As we ramp up for swim season, we’re watching out for your safety with some lifesaving tips.
City Council will discuss the idea of relaxing certain zoning restrictions in order to encourage construction of more affordable housing. These units called Accessory Dwelling Units, or ADUs, are defined as “any type of unit that provides sleeping, bathing, and cooking facilities within a particular unit.”
Every night this week through Thursday, both directions of I-25 will be down to one lane from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m between Greenland and Monument.
Wildfires have devastated our community before, and they will likely inflict damage again in the future.
Fiat Chrysler says a software error can inadvertently disable the air bags and a device that tightens seat belts before a crash. FCA doesn’t know of any crashes or injuries and says the problem is rare.
Saturday’s event is free, but, donations will be accepted for the Colorado Institute for Social Impact. Registration is required at via the El Paso County website.
The Top of the World Rodeo =, elevation 9,600 feet, kicks off in Cripple Creek this Saturday. There will be a full weekend of competitions and of course mutton busting. Tickets are still available for all events.
In honor of the 75th anniversary of D-Day a group from Colorado Springs is taking part in the Normandy re-enactment with hundreds of jumpers from all over the world.
It’s CPR Awareness Week and in case of an emergency the Red Cross wants you to be ready!
With temperatures on the rise, this means many of you will be taking the family and your pets outside to enjoy the sunshine. We’re watching out for your safety with an important reminder to keep your dogs on a leash!
CDOT is warning commuters about an important lane closure coming to the I-25 gap just north of Monument. Starting Monday night, CDOT will be closing the left late of Northbound I-25 at mile marker 166, the Greenland exit.
Camp Wapiyapi is a free camp offering children with pediatric cancer the chance to break away from their daily worries.
The Thunderbirds flyover and show attracts thousands who find spots outside the Academy gates to experience the thrills of the air show.