Colorado Springs Utilities
The mayor of Colorado Springs is questioning why a city-owned utility has spent more than $8.3 million over the past five years on outside marketing and public relations firms.
The Colorado Water Conservation Board is holding a public hearing on a Durango-based company’s request to renew its cloud-seeding permit.
Utility crews are working to restore power in areas where evacuees have been allowed to return and are asking homeowners not to turn on their own natural gas.
Colorado Springs Utilities is reviewing whether to appeal a judge’s ruling on a water project that would pump Arkansas River water from the Pueblo Dam to Colorado Springs.
Federal appeals judges have upheld a ruling that says Pueblo District Attorney Bill Thiebaut doesn’t have standing to sue Colorado Springs over sewage spills into Fountain Creek, which flows through Pueblo.
Colorado Springs Utilities is weighing developers’ proposals to build what would be its first wind power project.
The Air Force Academy’s decision to pay a local utility $18.3 million in advance to build a solar power array cost taxpayers more than $676,000 in potential interest, military auditors said.
The Air Force Academy is formally dedicating its 6-megawatt solar array on the school’s grounds outside Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs police say three Colorado Springs Utilities employees have been arrested in connection with the theft of equipment from a utilities storage facility.
Colorado Springs police say thieves have made off with copper worth hundreds of thousands of dollars over the past year and they’re asking for help in nabbing them.