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Work by Colorado Springs city engineers has solved one drainage issue but may have created another in the same neighborhood.
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The Here for the Beer team takes a "selfie" picture after finishing Frantic 14ers obstacle where they had to place all the Colorado 14ers in order of elevation during the ROAR in the City urban adventure race Saturday, July 12, 2014, throughout downtown Colorado Springs.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for many areas of Southern Colorado today. The atmosphere is loaded with moisture today.
Brett Anderson, who will return to the Rockies on Sunday after missing more than two months with a broken finger, isn't the only Colorado pitcher on his way back.
On June 6 , I asked readers to give Peggy a birthday present to thank her for all she and her late husband, Clarence Shivers , have done for Colorado Springs.
This Amish-made oak jewelry armoire was the first piece she and her husband bought together.
Underneath, another line lured readers to a story in the Business section with this dire message: "Ripple effect - Maximum cuts would mean $1 billion in lost wages to the local economy, which would hurt many businesses, officials warn."
The 43-year-old founder of PayPal, SpaceX and Tesla Motors, took on legacy organizations that seemed impregnable, challenging the mighty on their own ground.
Flying Horse Medical Center, a concierge medicine and aesthetics facility in the heart of Flying Horse, will officially open with a ribbon cutting ceremony July 31. Retired Air Force veterans Ryen Hitzler and Dr. Aaron Fraser co-own the center, which had a soft opening last month.
A fire broke out at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Friday morning, the Colorado Springs Fire Department said, but there was no danger to any of the animals.
A fire at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo's gift shop was quickly extinguished by the Colorado Springs Fire Department.
Colorado Springs police are praising one of their own officers for following his intuition during a traffic stop that led to the seizure of narcotics and thousands of dollars in cash.
A City Council vote next week likely will bring a final decision on whether Colorado Springs will eliminate most fees for business licenses.
Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder Gilbert Ortiz had last week decided not to issue them, but changed his mind after a three-hour meeting with legal staff on Thursday, according to the Pueblo Chieftain.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 05:46 am
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