Last Remnant Of Fort Carson Fire Out; No Word On Live AmmoThe last remnant of a wildfire that started on Fort Carson during a training exercise has been extinguished, but the Army still hasn't said whether soldiers were using live ammunition during the exercise.
Colorado Springs Businessman Enters GOP Race For GovernorBarry Farah, a Colorado Springs businessman, has joined the Republican race for governor.
Army Quiet On Whether Live Rounds Were Used When Fire BeganThe Army remained silent Monday on whether live ammunition was in use during a training exercise at Fort Carson three days ago, the same day a fire started on the post, spread to private land and destroyed three homes.
Trash, Tire Fires Keep Some From Going Home After WildfireBurning tires and trash are keeping a few residents from going home after a wildfire started on a southern Colorado Army post and spread across the post boundary, destroying three homes and several vehicles.
Carson Midway Fire Contained, But Residents Raise Searing CriticismAuthorities declared the Carson Midway Fire 100 percent contained early Sunday afternoon while residents' anger burned toward the nearby Army base.
Puppies 'Rescued' From Storm Drain Turn Out To Be FoxesColorado Springs Firefighters rescued what they thought were puppies trapped in a storm drain -- but they turned out to be foxes!
Future Uncertain For Pikes Peak Cog RailwayThe future of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway may go off the rails.
Parking Structure Considered As Crowds Grow At Garden Of The GodsThe City of Colorado Springs is considering adding another parking lot at the entrance of Garden of the Gods and shuttling visitors into the park in an effort to deal with growth.
Colorado Springs Police Kill Man After Motel StandoffColorado Springs police shot and killed a man they were trying to arrest after a six-hour standoff.
Future Over Growth At Garden Of The Gods Open For Public DebateThe City of Colorado Springs is hearing from the public about how to best cope with the growing crowds at Garden of the Gods.
Police Respond To Hostage, Shooting That Turned Out To Be Swatting CallPolice in Colorado Springs responded to a "swatting" call on Sunday night which led them to a home where a 21-year-old woman was playing video games.
100 Living At Homeless Camp Don't Have To LeaveDozens of people living in a huge homeless camp will be allowed to stay after deputies with the El Paso County Sheriff's office tried to evict them.