The panhandling ban in downtown Colorado Springs means bad news for Salvation Army bell ringers.
Volunteer bell ringers have been booted off the corner of Pike's Peak and Tejon St. since the kettle drive is considered solicitation. They'll still be bell ringing elsewhere in the city and county.
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Work is underway to remove about 100 trees from neighborhoods in downtown Colorado Springs; the city says they've suffered severe drought damage.
The tree removal area is bordered by Fillmore Street, Fountain Boulevard, Wahsatch Avenue and Cascade Avenue, work started along Cascade today. Contractors have been hired to remove the... more »
More than two dozen hand-painted butterfly statues will be displayed on the streets of downtown Colorado Springs this weekend. Volunteers will be installing the sculptures on Saturday morning.
All 31 Butterflies and Friends sculptures have been painted by local artists will be sold at auction in September. Money raised... more »
Artwork jumps out of the sidewalk in downtown Colorado Springs on Wednesday, but only temporarily.
It was an early morning start for local chalk artist Douglas Rouse. With a delicate hand and sweeping stokes a 3D figure took form on the corner of Tejon and Pikes Peak.
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A long-time downtown Colorado Springs landmark could soon see some change.
The sign for Michelle Chocolatiers and Ice Cream could be coming down, if the building it's been on for years sells in an auction next month.
The business was in operation for more than 50 years in... more »
Downtown Colorado Springs was packed with people on Sunday as thousands returned for the 10th Annual Tejon Street Bike Fest.
The Tejon Street Bike Fest is Colorado's biggest one-day rally and largest annual downtown event: This year, it encompassed 10 city blocks of motorcycle-only parking, vendors, food, and live music... more »
One of the most popular nightclubs in downtown Colorado Springs is in jeopardy of losing it's liquor license.
You may remember, back in March, Syn nightclub lost its license following several violent incidents there. The latest was a massive fight that took 22 officers to get under control.
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Bringing back streetcars is an idea rolling through Colorado Springs.
A group is studying the possibility, looking into whether it's financially feasible and if there's public interest. The study is being paid for by a federal grant and private donations. "Other streetcar projects throughout the country have been very... more »