COLORADO SPRINGS - Civil unions officially became legal across Colorado Wednesday and as gay and lesbian couples celebrated across the state, a community rally and mass ceremony marked the occasion in Pueblo.
At least 16 couple's applied for and received the first civil union licenses to be granted in... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - On a 6-2 vote Tuesday, the Colorado Springs City Council passed stricter fire codes for any new homes built in the foothills of Colorado Springs. Smoke alarms, sprinkler systems and fire resistant Class A roofing materials are now required.
Wooded siding and shake shingles are prohibited... more »
COLORADO SPRINGS - The inability of Congress to reach a deal to avoid automatic sequestration spending cuts could end up hurting the elderly in our community. Guy Dutra-Silveira, executive director of the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging, is anticipating a loss in funding for up... more »
The Arc of the Pikes Peak Region announced the appointment of their new executive director. A statement released Thursday evening says Wilfred Romero will begin his new job as the leader of the non-profit organization on Monday.
Romero most recently worked for defense contractor Booz/Allen/Hamilton where he provided guidance... more »
Members of the Arc of the Pikes Peak Region are meeting again tonight to decide whether to remove their board of directors. The special meeting was called by some of the Arc's members who were upset over the termination of former executive director Teddi Roberts.
The meeting starts at... more »
The ARC of the Pikes Peak Region is holding its annual membership meeting this evening where members are expected to vote to remove the non-profit's board of directors. The move comes after the board fired Executive Director Teddi Roberts this summer.
A letter sent by the board to its... more »
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith are meeting in Minnesota without players or owners present. Three people told the AP on Tuesday that the two power brokers and staff members were getting together to resume negotiations aimed at ending a lockout now in its fourth month.... more »
In its search for fugitives, the FBI has begun using facial-recognition technology on millions of motorists, comparing driver's license photos with pictures of convicts in a high-tech analysis of chin widths and nose sizes.
The project in North Carolina has already helped nab at least one suspect. Agents are... more »