Colorado Springs Police are on the scene of a reported explosive device. A patrol officer was contacted at 1:37 p.m. in the area of Wooten road and Geiger blvd, on the city's East side. A 2" X 4" piece of steel shrapnel was recovered in the middle of the street.... more »
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Police in Boulder, Colo., have solved the mystery of how a severed bison head ended up on a decorative rock in someone's front yard. It belongs to somebody who lives in the home but forgot to tell his roommates about it.
The roommates called police... more »
Two college students watched a small dog being thrown from a car that was driving up Ute Pass on Highway 24, Wednesday. Mystery -- as the dog is now being called -- landed right in traffic, but she's alive -- thanks to those college students.
"They didn't know what... more »
LONDON (AP) - Harry Potter fans are holding their collective breath, as J.K. Rowling gets set to reveal her latest project involving the boy wizard.
Rowling has called a news conference in London on Thursday to reveal details of "Pottermore," a mysterious website that has been taunting fans with... more »
The weekend forecast calls for gorgeous weather--perfect for getting outside and enjoying the beauty of Colorado.
Cheyenne Mountain State Park has two programs this weekend if you'd like to try something different.
On Saturday, Oct.16, at 1:00 p.m., learn the basics of operating a GPS and get some... more »
Someone is spinning quite a yarn over one New Jersey shore town. An unknown person dubbed The Midnight Knitter by West Cape May residents is covering tree ranches and lamp poles with little sweaters under cover of darkness.
Mayor Pam Kaithern says police are looking into the guerrilla crocheting,... more »
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office is investigating the possible homicide of a 50-year old man, who was the victim of a bizarre theft the week before his death. The coroner says Robert Piserchio suffered multiple external injuries. Investigators says his body was burned and there's evidence shots were fired inside... more »