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Summit Daily/Jessica Smith Students with the Pre-Collegiate program gather in the high school after an all-school assembly last week.
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A public urination call Wednesday led to the arrest of a man wanted in a 13-year-old attempted murder case out of in Los Angeles, Colorado Springs police said.
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In courtroom parlance, it's called a "bad fact" - a circumstance or piece of evidence so damning, it cannot be explained away.
A man involved in a motorcycle crash in Colorado Springs is recovering, and for the first time Wednesday, had a chance to thank one of the perfect strangers who stopped to help him.
Slow news day? Not to worry - our irascible mayor will make something happen. Last week, Mayor Steve Bach suddenly defanged the Airport Advisory Commission by announcing that the airport administration no longer would staff commission meetings.
A man was home with his wife and son Tuesday night when he heard the sound of glass shattering and his wife screaming.
Oklahoma homeowners devastated by Monday's tornado salvaged what's left of their homes Wednesday.
Colorado Springs police are searching for a man suspected of holding his girlfriend at gunpoint and beating her to the point of breaking her arm.
If brewers had a patron saint, I always figured it would be Michael Jackson , the author of "The Beer Hunter" who helped to popularize craft brewing and tasting.
Matthew Morrow, 29, was being held at the El Paso County jail Thursday on suspicion of theft, possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence and driving with a restrained license, on a $3,000 bond, records show.
A company headed by Texas investor John Bushman has purchased the financially troubled Crowne Plaza Hotel for $14 million, with plans to switch it to his MCM Hotels chain and begin a major renovation.
An air tanker drops slurry on the Waldo Canyon fire near Colorado Springs in June 2012.
A porcupette, a hoglet, three lynx kittens and two joeys are all new additions, according to a Cheyenne Mountain Zoo media release.
A badly wounded combat veteran said the Army punished him for minor missteps while he was recovering and tried to give him a less-than-honorable discharge after he failed a drug test - a test he said was inaccurate.
NASHVILLE - Southern Baptist leaders Frank Page and Richard Land have written letters expressing strong opposition to a proposal that would leave in place the prohibition on homosexual Scout leaders but would allow youth who identify as gay to join.
A bill to help make sure more Colorado schoolkids get a decent breakfast was signed into law May 15 by Gov.