If you've noticed more police on Pueblo Boulevard, you're not alone. We looked into why police are beefing up patrols on that major road. It is the main problem on this busy street: speeders.
"We have a lot of people who think the Boulevard is the fast route from the... more »
What started as a routine traffic stop for speeding became a major drug bust for police officers in Walsenburg. Officer Buddy Townes, Corporal John Salazar and K9 officer Atos stopped the car late Friday night. In the process they discovered hydrocodone pills, marijuana, ecstasy, mushrooms and two guns.
The... more »
A new survey from the National Motorists Association lists Colorado Springs as the 4th worst city in the nation when it comes to speed traps. Colorado Springs Police don't quite agree. "I was surprised to hear that we were listed as #4 when it comes to speed traps." says Lt.... more »
A Colorado Springs man is in the hospital with serious life-threatening injuries following a rollover crash along Garden of the Gods road Friday night.
Police say John Lightfoot, 42, was ejected from the pick-up truck during the crash and suffered a serious head injury. Terry Burrows, 42 was headed... more »
A trade group says a growing number of energy contractors are using Global Positioning System units in vehicles to track employees' driving behavior in gas fields. The West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association says the GPS units help companies remotely monitor drivers to make sure they're not speeding, but... more »
An Arizona man is facing charges after traffic cameras captured images of him standing up in his car while speeding.
The cameras captured Richard Anthony Flores, 25, of Chandler standing through his car's open sunroof while driving in November.
Flores was driving nearly 80 miles per hour while... more »
A nurse is suing to get her job back, saying she was fired after she told a Colorado Springs police officer who cited her for speeding that she hoped he was never one of her patients. Miriam Leverington says in her lawsuit against the city that her free speech rights... more »