The father of a girl who's body was found buried in the crawlspace of a home in Monument will stand trial next week for her murder.
Last week, defense attorneys representing Hanif Sims filed a motion to dismiss the case after the court determined that the two lead detectives... more »
The defense motion to suppress a search warrant affidavit has been denied by the judge in the Josh Carrier pre-trial hearing. The affidavit has to do with the search for child porn at Carrier's home and on computers. more »
The mother of Colorado Springs fifth grader intentionally requested that her son not take Colorado Student Assessment Program test last month and now he cannot enroll for school next year at the Rocky Mountain Classical Academy, a charter school in Falcon School District 49.
Nina Bishop says her son... more »
The Pentagon has told Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher that it has denied a waiver to exempt the state from a federal requirement to mail ballots to military service members overseas 45 days before the November election.
Spokesman Rich Coolidge confirmed that Colorado's waiver request has been denied.... more »
Coloradans who have been denied health insurance because they have pre-existing conditions will be able to take advantage of a new state insurance plan.
Temporary coverage will become available starting Tuesday. It will be phased out in 2014 when federal health care legislation will begin barring insurance companies from... more »
The mother of an 8th grader at Skyview Middle School in Falcon District 49 says her son was denied his hot lunch because he was a nickel short.
The family qualifies for the reduced lunch rate of $0.40 a meal. The boy apparently had gone through the lunch line... more »
How's this for bad luck? About a year ago Laurice Pillar bought a crossword puzzle scratch ticket. At the time she didn't realize it was a winner, set it aside and subsequently lost it. This week, when she was cleaning out her address book she found the ticket again and... more »