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2 years 9 months ago

PTSD? LifeQuest is here to help

If you or someone you love is suffering from P.T.S.D, LifeQuest Transitions is here to help. It's a local non-profit offering counseling and therapy to our returning soldiers. Click here for more information or search them on Facebook. We also have a comprehensive section on P.T.S.D on our...

3 years 2 weeks ago

Help HuHot raise $10,000 for soldiers

Every Monday, HuHot Mongolian Grill on N. Academy in Colorado Springs donates 10% of their sales to The Home Front Cares , but on Monday, October 10, the owners are upping the amount to 100%. "All of our staff, all the managers, we've all got some relationships, some connections...

3 years 6 months ago

All the pretty horses

The Mark Reyner Stables in Colorado Springs have a new addition on their property -- an indoor riding facility, which houses the non-profit Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center. The center specializes in offering horse-based therapy riding programs for kids and adults living with physical, emotional, or cognitive disabilities to...

3 years 6 months ago

Possible scam targets Colorado non-profits, businesses

The government is warning about a possible scam targeting non-profits and businesses in Colorado. The Colorado Secretary of State's office says "Corporate Controllers Unit" is sending out a confusing solicitation. The letter asks non-profits to send $225 to file government reports with the Secretary of State's office--which typically only...

3 years 6 months ago

One hot ride for local mom

"Nothing ever really happened to me like this before, and I just thought maybe I was dreaming or this was a joke," says Colorado Springs mother of two, Sharon Kingsley. For almost a year, Kingsley depended on her two feet, her older sister or the city's buses to get...

4 years 7 months ago

Privatizing Pioneers Museum a possibility

History never stops, but at the Colorado Springs Pioneer's Museum they're worried it could on December 31st. City officials nearly closed the museum last year because of a lack of funding and director Matt Mayberry says they may need to restructure the institution as a private non-profit organization in...

5 years 2 weeks ago

Shaken baby deaths on the rise

There has been a dramatic spike in the number of shaken baby deaths in El Paso County this year. Thus far, six babies have died, twice as many as in 2008. Another 18 child abuse cases have also been reported that are likely related to shaken baby syndrome. ...

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