Some Denver Broncos players made good use of their day off on Tuesday to help out in the community.
Tuesday kicked off the start of the Salvation Army’s Little Red Kettle Season.
A new panhandling law in Colorado Springs will prohibit the El Paso County Salvation Army from bell ringing downtown.
It feels good to put change into the Salvation Army’s red kettle, even if it is a drop in the bucket, so to speak.
CBS4 anchors helped ring bells to raise money for the Salvation Army.
Colorado’s Low-Income Energy Assistance Program will stop accepting applications on Saturday until next November, but nonprofit organizations are helping fill the gap.
Authorities say thirty people were forced to leave their apartments and one was treated for smoke inhalation because of a condo fire in Avon.
It’s a Christmas mystery the Salvation Army is happy to be a part of. A coin worth $1,400 was dropped in a bell ringer’s kettle.
On a recent day, it’s sunny and warm and Robert Leach finds it easy to welcome people going in and out of a north Colorado Springs King Soopers. Most of the time all he gets is a tightlipped smile or nod as people pass, but that doesn’t deter him.