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Fort Carson soldiers suit up for Ebola (credit: CBS)

Fort Carson Soldiers Prepare To Fight Ebola In West Africa

A group of soldiers at Fort Carson are being trained on how to use protective equipment as they prepare to deploy to West Africa to help with the Ebola outbreak.

10 hours ago

Macyo January (credit: El Paso County Sheriff's Office)

Teen Accused Of Murdering Fort Carson Couple Gets Life In Prison

A teenager convicted of killing a Fort Carson soldier and his pregnant wife was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison.

10/22/2014

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State Patrol Initiates Major Crackdown On The Highways

Colorado state troopers are increasing patrol on the roads as part of a campaign to keep traffic fatalities at zero.

10/18/2014

Pearl Street Mall (credit: CBS)

Top Day Trips On A Budget Near Denver

With the holidays around the corner and Denver’s summer in the rear view mirror, affordable top day trips are a must.

10/18/2014

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Springs Pot Company Must Destroy Edibles That Resemble Hershey’s Candy

A company that manufactures and sells marijuana-infused edibles in Colorado Springs must recall and destroy its product line that too closely resembles candy made by chocolate giant Hershey’s.

10/17/2014

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Springs Man Saves Neighbor From Burning Truck

A man pulled his neighbor, who suffered a seizure and was unable to escape, from a burning truck in Colorado Springs on Friday morning.

10/13/2014

Fort Carson Army Post (credit: CBS)

Fort Carson Welcomes Home 150 Soldiers

Fort Carson on Saturday welcomed home 150 soldiers who have been training Afghan security forces since March.

10/12/2014

Flooding in the Waldo Canyon burn scar area near Colorado Springs (credit: USGS.gov)

Simon Brings Heavy Rain, Snow To Colorado

Heavy rain is causing some street flooding in Colorado Springs while snow has shut down Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.

10/09/2014

Fort Carson Army Post (credit: CBS)

Fort Carson To Welcome Home 150 Soldiers

Fort Carson is getting ready to welcome home 150 soldiers who have been training Afghan security forces since March.

10/08/2014

First assistant cameraman Doug O'Kane, left, and director of photography John Bourbonais set up for another scene on the set of "Heat of Deeds." (credit: Lewis Geyer/TIMES-CALL)

‘Macbeth’ Adaptation Takes Over Niwot Home

The Lerner household these days looks more like a Hollywood soundstage than a private residence.

10/04/2014

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