Inside the former Phil Long Expo Center, contractors and volunteers are making the most of the next 48 hours to get the new Springs Church ready for visitors on New Years Eve. The church purchased the 90,000 square foot convention space last month for $5 million.
Ro-i Steiner is... more »
Once again Cheyenne Mountain State Park is a flurry of carbon-fiber frames, aluminum alloy wheels and bright spandex outfits as the Carmichael Training Systems International Classic mountain bike race returns to the Pikes Peak Region.
Race promoter Andy Bohlmann has a hard time concealing his excitement about hosting one... more »
Cleveland residents will be upset if LeBron James leaves the Cavaliers for another team. But could they end up poorer too?
The biggest NBA free agent up for grabs this year has given people a reason to go downtown at night ever since the Cavs drafted him in 2003.... more »
Terry Sullivan will retire as President and CEO of the Colorado Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) at the end of the year. Sullivan marks 20 years with the organization this year.
Susan Edmondson, CVB board chair, said a search team has been formed and is in the process... more »
The golden age of passenger trains is slowly making a comeback in Colorado fueled in part by tourism dollars.
The Rio Grande Scenic Railway in Alamosa has began hauling passengers and freight through the San Luis Valley four years ago.
General manager Mathew Abbey says in that time,... more »
Don Wick and his wife Shirley have owned the Old Town Bed and Breakfast in Old Colorado City for the last 6 years. They easily admit, this year has been a tough one financially.
"Business, this year has been in the tank," Wick said.
As small business owners,... more »