Posted 7:01 AM 5/16/2013 by Lacey Steele
Highway 47 is now open after an accident closed the westbound lanes for most of the night.
It happened near Dillon Drive.
Police say a semi truck rear-ended a Hyundai at the intersection.
The driver of the Hyundai, 17, sustained serious head injuries as a result of the (More)
Posted 9:46 PM 5/15/2013 by Jesse Cohen
Movie fans all over the country line up in anticipation of their favorite movie's big release, but a group in Colorado Springs called Movie Camp is taking it a step further. Mark Rantal, and several other members of Movie Camp, started waiting in front of the Carmike Cinema on Carefree Circle for (More) • Video (1)
Posted 6:30 PM 5/15/2013 by Zach Thaxton
The Food and Nutrition Services Director for southern Colorado's largest school district calls a new state law an "unfunded mandate" that may result in increased food prices for students. The Breakfast After the Bell law, signed by Governor John Hickenlooper in Commerce City Wednesday, will (More)
Posted 6:21 PM 5/15/2013 by Andy Koen
COLORADO SPRINGS - The first people to be convicted of burglarizing evacuated homes in the Mountain Shadows neighborhood during the Waldo Canyon Fire were issued heavy sentences Wednesday.
Shane Garrett, 35, was sentenced to 48 years in prison with 5 years of mandatory parole. Belinda (More)
Posted 12:25 PM 5/15/2013 by Patricia Collier
El Paso County Sheriff Office has arrested a Fountain police officer and charged with stalking. On May 14, around 10:30p, El Paso County Sheriff received a call from a male party reporting a possible harassment that occurred near the 800 block of Crystal Park Rd. Deputies responded and (More)
Posted 8:02 PM 5/14/2013 by Andy Koen
PUEBLO - The state agency that oversees halfway houses believes managers at Pueblo's Minnequa Community Corrections followed all the proper procedures after an offender in their custody died 18 months ago of a drug overdose.
Posted 7:41 PM 5/14/2013 by Juice Godfrey
A traveling living history exhibit is opening in Colorado Springs this week. "passages" is an interactive journey that chronicles the history of the Bible.
The exhibit of 450 select pieces of "The Green Collection," is part of the world's largest private collection of rare Biblical (More)
Posted 12:56 PM 5/14/2013 by Kirsten Bennett
Schools on Pueblo's east side are on secured perimeter due to a police search nearby.
According to a D-60 spokesperson, no students are in immediate danger. The secured perimeter status impacts all schools east of I-25, according to D-60. Pueblo police are searching for a menacing suspect in the area of E. 9th and Monument.
Posted 10:10 AM 5/14/2013 by Bill Folsom
Emergency managers with Colorado Springs are making more sandbags availailble to anyone in the city who could be impacted by water running off the Waldo Canyon Burn scar. They are offering either filled sandbags or empty ones you can take home and fill (More)
Posted 9:31 AM 5/14/2013 by Patricia Collier
U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, CO -- A closely coordinated prescribed burn is scheduled today at the Academy to protect a state-protected species known as Plains Ironweed.
"A prescribed burn is a controlled burn designed to meet a specific objective," said Diane Strohm, a natural resource manager at (More)