AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - It's a move that is certain to shake up the race for the GOP presidential nomination.
A spokesman says Texas Gov. Rick Perry is running for president. He says Perry will make his intentions known on Saturday while visiting South Carolina and New Hampshire.
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Steve LaRocque, a Fort Carson soldier, has a reminder of what happened in September of 2009 every time he laces up his running shoes.
LaRocque was shot in the knee while helping others who were injured during an ambush in Afghanistan; five people were shot that day, one person... more »
Hiking, biking and running the Manitou Incline are all on the table, as the cities of Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs explore the recreational use of the base of Pikes Peak.
Trail and trailhead design, parking and traffic--it will all be addressed at three public meetings to be held... more »
For many, the St. Patrick's Day 5k marks the beginning of racing season. For one Cheyenne Mountain Elementary School sixth grader it marks the end of a long, difficult journey.
Mackenzie Maher was born with Cerebral Palsy. Last year, while in Mrs. Cumming's class at CME, she spent... more »
If you've visited the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, you know how huge a Tyrannosaurus-rex is--you're greeted by a skeleton as soon as you come through the main doors. Now imagine that same dinosaur covered with flesh--walking, running and roaring!
Fifteen life size dinosaurs, including a T-rex, are... more »
You've heard of running to the altar, but one Miami couple took it to the next level over the weekend, exchanging vows during an 8-mile beach jog.
David Schieferly and Isabelinda Reyes fell in love while running with the Raven, a man who's become Miami running icon with a... more »
The famous New York Marathon is Sunday.
More than 40,000 runners will participate, and everyone has their own reasons for slogging through 26 miles.
Some do it beat a certain time, some raise money for charity, many run just for fun.
There's even a group running for... more »
Former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff has formally announced he will challenge U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in the Democratic primary. Romanoff kicked off his campaign in Pueblo Wednesday. He told a crowd of about 80 that a U.S. senator should be elected, not chosen. It was a dig at Bennet,... more »
Eleven candidates are running for three open city council seats in Pueblo. On Wednesday September 16, the public will have a chance to hear where the candidates stand on the issues and ask them questions. A candidate's forum will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Fortino... more »