Do you know where the New International Bible comes from? Do you know how it’s made or maintained? DO YOU KNOW about all the work that’s gone on behind the scenes since its initial full publishing in 1978?
Amy Greenwalt (pictured above) received multiple injuries from the large hail and required hospital care. Among her injuries were bruises to the feet and arms, a major head laceration that needed three staples to close properly, and a concussion.
The hail storm that heavily damaged Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Fort Carson, Fountain, Widefield, Security and hundreds of cars across Southern Colorado brought a mixed bag of reactions on Monday.
The Nature and Wildlife Discovery Center is in danger of shutting down in the next month unless it receives extra funding.
Items related to the creation of the Sacagawea golden dollar, made by Glenna Goodacre, a Colorado College graduate, have made their way into the Springs’ Money Museum.
The Girl Scouts of Colorado have partnered with the Colorado Springs Fire Department.Which means these scouts are fighting fires and learning leadership as well as teamwork skills at a camp called Summer Heat.
An outpouring amount of love and compassion from the community has given one 14-year-old dying dog the ability to go on walks again.
A small act of kindness at a Fountain Starbucks saved a Falcon High School student’s chance to take her senior pictures Sunday.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop’s Pay Your Age promotion proved too popular. The chain known for its customizable teddy bears and other stuffed toys couldn’t handle the crowds.
It turns out you may not have to use a shuttle bus to visit the Pikes Peak summit after all.
Hundreds of fans of the Adult Swim show Rick and Morty got a chance to shop alongside the show’s version of the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile Tuesday.
The Manitou Springs Fire Department is asking people to use caution and to be prepared when approaching the Incline, because rescue calls increased last year spiking during the July 4th weekend.
Personal firework usage may be currently illegal across much of southern Colorado, but chances are there will still be people who light them off. Knowing that, Pueblo teen Aaden Valdez, is making effort to make sure that anyone and everyone knows how to safely handle fireworks.
Animal rehabilitators, concerned residents, and just common good luck have come together to save one tiny, TINY, 5-pound fawn.
According to Fountain police officers, their newly hatched drone program is not just saving tax dollars but potentially keeping officers safer.