Masked Burglars Get Away With 22 Guns, Rifles In 5 MinutesSurveillance video shows thieves grabbing weapons after they broke into a gun store in Colorado Springs.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Welcomes Baby GiraffeThe Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has welcomed a new baby giraffe.
Fort Carson Troops Return Home For Emotional WelcomeIt was an emotional homecoming for nearly 100 Fort Carson soldiers at the army post late Monday night.
Vape Shop Smash & Grab Suspect IdentifiedSurveillance video captured burglars trashing a vapor lounge before they took off with the cash registers. Now, police believe they have identified one of them.
Another Body Found In Colorado SpringsPolice in Colorado Springs are investigating after a body was found in a creek.
Police Settle Racial Profiling LawsuitColorado Springs has settled a lawsuit over a traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car by police officers. The city will pay out $212,000 to two brothers who claim they were racially profiled by officers.
Inside A Colorado Pot Club -- A Rare And Endangered SpeciesColorado allows pot clubs, but state lawmakers ultimately decided against a plan to regulate them statewide. Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper warned that passing the measure could invite a federal crackdown.
Colorado House Lawmakers: Deal On Bill To Spur CondosColorado House lawmakers said Wednesday they've reached a bipartisan deal to help address the state's pent-up demand for more housing, particularly multifamily condominium developments.
Thousands Of Soldiers Convoy To Training On Eastern PlainsAbout 5,000 soldiers and hundreds of vehicles are heading to a training exercise on the plains of Colorado.
Suspect Accused Of Attacking Paralyzed Man With MachetePolice in Colorado Springs arrested a man suspected of attacking another man with a machete.
'My Drug Habit Spiraled Out Of Control': Man Sentenced For RobberiesA man who went on a crime spree in Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo with a gun last year and injured a fast-food worker is headed to prison for almost six years.
New Colorado Law Grants In-State Tuition For Olympians Training HereGov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday signed a bill into law that would allow some of the USA's best athletes to get in-state tuition at Colorado colleges.

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