Woodland Park Police Arrest Juvenile Suspect Behind School ThreatsPolice in Woodland Park have arrested a suspect who caused the school district to close for two days in early March over a credible threat.
Study: Thousands May Have Been Exposed To Toxic ChemicalsSome residents in Colorado Springs say the drinking water made them sick.
NORAD Takes Calls From Kids Awaiting Santa For 62nd YearHundreds of volunteers are on the phones at an Air Force base in Colorado, answering questions from eager kids who want to know where Santa is on his Christmas Eve travels.
Some Residents Asked To Conserve Water Ahead Of RestrictionsPeople in Fountain are being asked to conserve water ahead of mandatory water restrictions.
Air Force Has 5-Year Plan To Cleanup Water ContaminationThe Air Force has a five-year plan to cleanup water contamination in two communities near Colorado Springs.
Santa's On His Way: Military Helps Kids Follow Fabled FlightTens of thousands of children from around the world plan to call the North American Aerospace Defense Command to ask where Santa is, and starting Saturday they will get a cheery answer about the mythical route from a real person, not a recording.
Criminal Investigation Underway In Toxic Chemical ReleaseMilitary and civilian authorities are investigating whether any laws were broken in the unexplained discharge of 150,000 gallons of wastewater tainted with toxic chemicals at an Air Force base in Colorado.
Air Force May Have Inadvertently Released PFCs Into Drinking WaterChemicals found in wells near the Peterson Air Force Base may have started from drilling for soil samples.
Air Force Works To ID Source Of Water ContaminationDrilling has begun on a test well near Peterson Air Force Base to determine how a foam used by military firefighters contributed to water contamination south of Colorado Springs.
Lt. Gen. John Raymond Takes Helm Of Air Force Space CommandLt. Gen. John Raymond was installed on Tuesday as the new head of Air Force Space Command.
Air Force: Toxic Chemicals Released Into City's Sewer SystemAn Air Force base in Colorado said Tuesday it accidentally released about 150,000 gallons of water containing toxic chemicals into the sewer system of the adjacent city of Colorado Springs, but the potential health hazards weren't immediately known.
Water Declared 100 Percent PFC-Free After ContaminationPeople who live in Security have started to get their water from the Pueblo Reservoir. This after perflourinated chemical (PFCs) levels in the town's water far exceeded Environmental Protection Agency regulations.