Questions are being raised about selling off Colorado Springs City water in times of drought.
A second year of extreme drought has left our reservoirs low, at less than 50% capacity. Water restrictions and higher rates for some customers are also going into effect.
"We're looking at a... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate committee plans a hearing next week on "questionable marketing" of sports equipment that's promoted as helping reduce the risk of concussions.
Football helmet manufacturers such as Riddell have been criticized for claiming their helmets reduce concussions.
One senator, New Mexico Democrat Tom Udall,... more »
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The family of an Erie pizza delivery driver killed eight years ago won't be among those in line when the comedy "30 Minutes Or Less" opens nationwide Friday.
Brian Wells died when a time bomb collar he was forced to wear exploded after he robbed a... more »
Colorado voters are seeing it again: Nine proposals on the November ballot that would transform state policy on everything from bail practices to limits on government borrowing.
To help voters wade through the issues, the state has issued a 100-page-plus voter pamphlet.
Early voting starts Monday.
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Just within the last week, two mother bears and their cubs got inside local homes. Both incidents ended the same way -- all six bears were euthanized.
That's sparked a lot of conversation among those who care about wildlife.
Donna Ralph has been rehabilitating smaller animals for 10... more »
If you're unemployed and need help navigating the unemployment system, help is coming to Colorado Springs.
On Thursday and Friday, counselors from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment's Unemployment Insurance Program will be at the Pikes Peak Workforce Center from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. They'll be there... more »
President Obama will deliver his first State of the Union address on Wednesday evening. After the speech begins, the public is welcome to submit any follow-up questions to the President. You can also vote on others' questions.
Next week, President Obama will answer some of the questions in a... more »
As the H1N1 flu continues to spread in Southern Colorado, many people have questions about the illness. The state has a hotline set up to take questions. Last month, the Pueblo City-County Health Department also started its own hotline to answer questions from people in Pueblo. Professional and student nurses... more »