The Colorado Springs Philharmonic has announced Lawrence Leighton Smith will be unable to conduct the May 21 and 22 concerts due to health concerns.
A new music director has been chosen after a two-year search. The identity of that person will be revealed on May 21 and will conduct... more »
Colorado Springs welcomes a new deputy fire chief, the first African American to achieve that rank in this city.
Tommy Smith paid tribute to his father, who died a little over a week ago. Smith said his father grew up in South Carolina and as a boy wasn't allowed... more »
A witness in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial has recanted statements critical of the former model's lawyer-boyfriend Howard K. Stern, a defendant in the case. Ford Shelley testified Friday in Los Angeles that he never saw Smith abuse drugs, never saw Stern force medication on her, and believes... more »
A Pueblo pedestrian who was killed Tuesday night was hit by two vehicles, a police investigation has revealed. One driver stopped, the other continued on.
Pueblo County Coroner Dr. Jim Kramer has identified the victim as Rita Pretiger, 50. She was pronounced dead at Parkview Medical Center. She died... more »
The Colorado Springs Police Department is asking for help from the public in locating a 14 year old Springs girl. Alyssa Smith has been missing since June 1. She was last seen that day at around 9:00 pm at her home in the 1500 block of West Colorado Avenue.
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GlaxoSmithKline PLC has agreed to cut the British government's order of H1N1 swine flu vaccine by around a third without penalty.
Under an agreement announced Tuesday, the government's order has been capped at 34.8 million doses.
It won't pay a cancellation fee after both sides agreed that the... more »
A judge in Los Angeles continues a hearing today about the final days of Anna Nicole Smith. And according to an investigator, those days were marked by illness and confusion. The testimony came at a preliminary hearing yesterday involving charges that Smith's former lawyer and boyfriend, Howard K. Stern, and... more »
British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline PLC is making major changes in its spending on training programs for doctors, fees paid to doctors for consulting, and even political contributions. The changes include immediate bans on all corporate political contributions and on using commercial medical education and communication companies to run programs teaching doctors... more »
Sally Ly feels like she did everything right.
The 29-year-old went to college at University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif., living frugally and using student loans that she figured would more than pay for themselves down the road.
Two years ago, Ly decided to leave the private... more »