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5 years 2 months ago

Haitian orphan comes home to Colorado

Meet the Thomas family. Ryan, Naomi, Corina, Zach and Emma. This weekend they welcomed a new member to the family, 23 month old Jeffry. "This is just unbelievable!" says Naomi, "We just keep looking around saying, oh my gosh! We have four kids now!" Jeffry, a Haitian orphan, has...

5 years 2 months ago

Robbery Rates May Surprise You

Just after 3:30 Monday police get a call. A credit union off Centennial and 30th has just been robbed at gunpoint by two men. It seems a scene like this is becoming routine. One look at the police blotter makes it evident; there have been 14 robberies already in 2010....

5 years 2 months ago

Donations Stolen from Humane Society

While most were celebrating the beginning of a new decade with family and friends on New Years, others in Colorado Springs were up to something shocking. The donation box at the Pikes Peak Humane Society was smashed open in the early hours of New Years. Hundreds of dollars of donation...

5 years 3 months ago

A Cripple Creek Christmas Carol

A Cripple Creek Christmas Carol is performed nightly at the Thin Air Theatre Company through the end of the year. Based on the Dickens' classic, A Cripple Creek Christmas Carol has some local flavor thrown into it. Catch the play at the Butte Theater, 139 E. Bennett Avenue,...

5 years 4 months ago

Grocery chains hand down "final" offer

Months of negotiating from King Soopers, Safeway and their employees came to a head on Monday night. As promised, the grocery chains handed their employees the last, best and final contract offer. Both the grocery stores and the employees have argued over pensions, pay raises and promotions as the main...

5 years 5 months ago

Halloween spending still up

It's that time of the year again. Time to howl at the moon and kick up your heels. But what to wear? For the kids it's back to basics this year. "Super heroes have been coming in pretty good this year, along with story book characters." says Zeezo's President Mark...

5 years 5 months ago

Pueblo teachers voting on new contract

Teachers union members are voting on a proposed contract Thursday and Friday. The union reached an agreement with Pueblo City Schools, District 60, last Friday. Details in the 2-year pact have not been released. The old contract has already expired, but teachers agreed to a contract extension that...

5 years 6 months ago

Cops look back on 100 days of Heat

Cops were out in force this summer looking for drunk drivers on Colorado roads. They say it looks like it might be helping. "Our fatality rates for drivers injured or killed in wrecks involving drug or alcohol impaired drivers is actually significantly lower this year than it has in...

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