Unlike the riots, tear gas, and police shooting rubber bullets at Occupy participants in Denver, the Occupy scene in Colorado Springs remains the same.
In Colorado Springs, it's day 31 of the movement and many, after coming back from Denver, are back out at Acacia Park. The tents are... more »
Occupy Colorado Spring still going strong, even though the temperatures have dropped and snow has fallen in the Springs.
Jason Warf, part of Occupy Colorado Springs, says last night around ten people braved the cold in the tents that are set-up in the permitted area near Acacia Park.
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Lt. Pat Rigdon, Colorado Springs Police Department, says that "Occupy" protestors in Acacia Park were issued a warning stating that camping on public property is prohibited around 7:15 am on Sunday morning. Soon after, members of the movement tore down the tents by 9 am and no police hands were... more »
In Denver on Friday morning protesters, part of the "Occupy" movement were arrested.
The arrests re-invigorated the spirit of the springs' "Occupy" group to host a "Unite in Uniform/Business Casual Day" march around downtown Colorado Springs on Saturday.
Dozens of people came out to march in support of... more »
Scientists are anxiously awaiting signals about where a massive oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico may be heading next. And federal officials acknowledge the government could have been more aggressive in overseeing the drilling, while efforts to contain the spill are proving increasingly difficult.
The House Transportation and... more »
Observers in helicopters say they aren't seeing any movement from a man who fell 1,500 feet into the crater of Mount St. Helens in Washington.
Rescuers have been trying to reach him, but weather conditions have made it impossible so far. Two attempts to reach Joseph Bohlig by helicopter... more »