We still may not know the full effect of that devastating fire in the tiny town of Wetmore.
Two months after a fire ripped through town, the only change is the snow on the ground.
There are still signs all over Wetmore of the fire that consumed 15... more »
Holly Ciresi feels right at home in a kindergarten classroom. The Penrose Elementary teacher is in her 42nd year teaching, all of it in early childhood education.
"Kindergarten is a very special place to be," Ciresi says. "I think one of my most important goals is to instill the... more »
It's a terrifying October tradition millions across the world flock to. That's right, it's once again haunted house season and the ghouls at Mind Seizure in Colorado Springs are dying to meet you. It's the brain child of owner Josh Carrier. "I got into the haunted house business because it's... more »
The Supreme Court is starting its new term with a new justice, Elena Kagan, and bad news for hundreds of parties trying to get their cases heard at the high court.
The justices are expected to start work Monday by denying many of the nearly 2,000 appeals that piled... more »
The influenza outbreak in Colorado has dwindled to fewer than 20 new hospitalizations a week, down from a peak of nearly 340 during the week of Oct. 11. The state Department of Public Health and Environment reported 14 flu-related hospitalizations last week, although that number could rise if any late... more »
Foreclosure filings in El Paso County had slowed-down in September and October, but the downward trend reversed in November. The county is again seeing 24 new filings each day.
El Paso County has already broken a record for the number of foreclosures in a year, for the third straight... more »
The number of newly laid-off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits falls to the lowest level in 10 months, evidence that job cuts are easing as the economy slowly heals. Still, companies are reluctant to hire and economists expect the unemployment rate will tick up to 9.9 percent when October's... more »