Posted 11:42 AM 3/27/2013 by Joe Bevans
A watermain break has some customers without service in northeast Colorado Springs. Workers are starting repairs. It will be a while before the huge sinkhole the break cause is repaired. The hole could have swallowed a full size car.
Posted 6:13 PM 3/26/2013 by Siera Santos
COLORADO SPRINGS - In response to the severe drought, Colorado Springs City Council voted to restrict water usage and increase rates Tuesday afternoon.
The "typical" household uses 1,100 cubic feet (cf) of water each month. For customers using up to 1,999 cf, there will be no change.(More)...
Posted 1:29 AM 3/23/2013 by Tony Spehar - email@example.com
Police say four-months of undercover work investigating a major theft rind lead to the arrest of seven people after raids by officers from multiple agencies at locations across El Paso County on Friday.
Investigators say the ring centered at the Just Computers store at 2506 East Platte (More)
Posted 1:21 PM 3/20/2013 by Joe Bevans
Around noon today, a Cougar was seen following a small dog up Star Ranch Road. No cat was caught, but the Division of Parks and Wildlife checked out the area and warns people to be cautious.
Posted 9:17 PM 3/15/2013 by Tony Spehar
Colorado Springs Police are investigating a suspicious death at the Clarion Hotel/Quality Suites on West Bijou.
Police were called to hotel just after 12:30pm by hotel staff who found a man unconcious. Officers responded and found the man dead of an apparent gunshot wound.
Detectives are just beginning the investigation and may release more details tonight, an autopsy could take place tomorrow.
Posted 3:15 PM 3/13/2013 by Joe Bevans
Colorado Springs Utilities is having controlled burns to clear out ditches near the Ray Nixon power plant. Smoke and crews will be seen along I-25 through Friday. They ask that drivers keep moving.
Posted 12:24 PM 3/12/2013 by Zach Thaxton
Opponents of oil and gas drilling inside Colorado Springs city limits held a final rally on the steps of City Hall Tuesday prior to the City Council's historic vote on whether or not to allow fracking in the city. Opponents cite potential environmental consequences as their primary objection. Proponents cite the economic benefits of being able to harvest energy resources locally. Today's City Council meeting begins at 1:00 at City Hall.
Posted 12:14 PM 3/5/2013 by Zach Thaxton
Widening of westbound U.S. Hwy. 50 is under way between Baltimore Avenue and Wills Boulevard on Pueblo's west side. The project began in February and the Colorado Department of Transportation says completion is expected by October. The widening will add a third lane to westbound Hwy. 50, as well (More)
Posted 3:16 PM 3/4/2013 by Bill Folsom
Monument Hill snowpacked.
Posted 1:35 PM 2/26/2013 by Zach Thaxton
Roadways near downtown Colorado Springs are quickly getting wet as a blast of snow has also reduced visibility in the area. Splashback is the primary concern so far, but wet roadways could quickly freeze in and turn slippery amid sub-freezing temperatures.
Posted 11:01 AM 2/16/2013 by Lacey Steele
State Senator Angela Giron is currently in a town hall meeting to discuss foreclosure, but a large group showed up to talk about gun control instead. Sen. Giron went ahead with the foreclosure meeting promising a gun control meeting at a later date. We will have the latest on this coming up later today. -Lacey Steele