Colorado Springs City Council
Colorado Democrats have won back two seats they lost in last year’s recall over gun control measures.
Investigators have traced a fire that shut down a major power plant to an oil leak, the Colorado Springs fire chief said Wednesday.
Every two weeks, Charles Barber puts on a suit and heads to Colorado Springs City Hall. He has typed out his remarks, perfectly timed to three minutes, and cheerfully introduces himself during the public comment section of the City Council meeting.
Imagine a 35-minute trip to downtown Denver from downtown Colorado Springs on a train that hits a top speed of 250 mph.
Fire codes could be getting stricter in the Colorado Springs neighborhood devastated by last summer’s Waldo Canyon Fire, prompting complaints that it could make rebuilding more expensive.
The Colorado Springs City Council is expected to make a final decision on a new panhandling law that would prohibit the El Paso County Salvation Army from bell ringing in a downtown area.
A group led by University of Colorado Hospital says it has won approval from the Colorado Springs City Council for its proposal to lease Memorial Health System.
Colorado Springs City Council members are asking if the city can get out of a contract with a collection agency that has been confiscating money for delinquent storm water fees.
The Colorado Springs City Council is going after homeowners who don’t pay their stormwater fees.
The Colorado Springs City Council has declined to consider a resolution condemning an attack that police say may have been prompted by the fact that the assailants believed at least one victim was gay.