Records Detail Break-In Attempt By Man Questioned In Killing Of Prison DirectorA man questioned in the killing of Colorado's prisons chief brazenly tried to break into the home of a former corrections employee, repeatedly asking a neighbor if anyone was home, court documents unsealed Thursday show.
Water Main Break Creates Spouting GeyserA water main break in Colorado Springs forced water to spout into the air on Wednesday.
Frustrated Scammers Make 911 Calls, SWAT Team Surrounds Victim's HomeIt's a new twist on the old IRS scam and it ended with a Colorado Springs woman being surrounded by the SWAT team.
American Star Evie Stevens To Attempt World Hour Record In Colorado SpringsOlympic cyclist Evelyn Stevens will attempt to break the world hour record later this month at the recently renovated velodrome at the U.S. Olympic training center in Colorado Springs.
1 Hospitalized After House Fire In Colorado SpringsOne person was hospitalized after a house caught fire in Colorado Springs early Sunday morning.
Officer Shot In The Line Of Duty Inspires First-Time Blood DonorsDozens of people gave blood for the first time on Saturday. They were inspired to roll up their sleeves by the story of a Denver police officer who was shot in the line of duty.
VA: Incorrect Wait Times Reported At Colorado Springs ClinicVA investigators say workers at a Colorado Springs clinic incorrectly reported that 59 veterans got health care appointments sooner than they did.
Crews Clear Ice From Streets In Colorado SpringsCrews cleared snow and ice from the downtown streets in Colorado Springs on Tuesday night using two large machines.
Manitou Incline Illuminated In Broncos OrangeBroncos fans in Colorado Springs organized and effort to shout their pride from the mountaintop.
Colorado Right-To-Die Bill Rejected By State Senate PanelA committee in Colorado's Republican-controlled Senate has rejected a right-to-die bill following hours of emotional testimony from dozens of citizens, many of whom want another option to end their lives on their own terms.
Colorado Takes On Right-To-Die Legislation Once MoreMichael Merrifield, a Democratic state senator from Colorado Springs, has wanted to sponsor right-to-die legislation since he became a Colorado lawmaker in 2003, two years after his father died an agonizing death from pancreatic cancer. He was discouraged from doing so by party leaders.
Puffer Car Caught On Video Being Stolen, Car Owner Jumps On WindshieldSurveillance video shows a car being stolen after it was left puffing Monday morning in Colorado Springs.