It's an annual holiday tradition in Colorado Springs: the Trees of Life ceremony.
It's a chance for the community to come together to remember loved ones who passed away this year. The News 5 family is remembering one of our own: Sports Director Lee Douglas.
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The Colorado Springs Fire Department is on the scene of a HAZMAT situation at the Pioneers Museum. We're awaiting more information from the Public Information Officer.
You may want to avoid that area on Tejon for now. more »
Iconic figures from the 1950s come alive at the Pioneers Museum this Saturday during the Young Chautauqua Festival.
Audrey Hepburn, Lucille Ball, Ray Charles, and Richie Valens are among the dozens that will be in full dress this weekend.
Students from the Colorado Springs Conservatory and the Galileo School... more »
The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is inviting people to help research and build an exhibit.
Volunteers will go into the museum's collection and work with staff members to build something to put on display.
The project will include research, construction, label writing and installation.
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There's a new plan to keep the Pioneers Museum in Colorado Springs open.
The city owns the downtown landmark, and for 70 years has funded it. Recent budget cuts have threatened to close it.
Earlier this year, a consultant was brought in through a private donation to look... more »
In Colorado Springs, World War II vets are honoring Flag Day by paying tribute to some flags from their generation, one that paved the way for the flags that we salute today.
The flag has been the banner of many generations of American soldiers, but flags being put on... more »
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... more »
Dozens of red painted plywood cutouts stood silently in the frosty air outside the Pioneers Museum in downtown Colorado Springs Friday morning. The faceless wooden figures symbolize victims of domestic violence from the Colorado Springs area who've died in recent years at the hand of their abusers.
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