Pilot Program Gives Students With Intellectual Disabilities Chance At CollegeDozens and perhaps hundreds of Colorado students just got a chance to go to college. They'll benefit from a pilot program just signed into law on Monday.
Officer Killed In Colorado Springs Was Co-Pastor, Figure SkaterFaith led Garrett Swasey to a career in public service and pastoral care, and duty led him to a Planned Parenthood clinic where he was gunned down.
CU Lands Talented Guard From CU-Colorado SpringsIt's been an offseason of change at University of Colorado for the Buffaloes basketball team after Tad Boyle's first losing season in Boulder.
Colorado Mesa Remains Consistent As RMAC ContenderThe Mavericks continue to gain ground in hopes of becoming a perennial powerhouse.
UCCS Mountain Lions Boast Third Best Basketball Record In ColoradoIt just so happens that Colorado has become a mecca of talented Division II basketball teams, and UCCS is quickly on the rise to the top of the pack.
Springs Council Watcher Is Cheerful, PersistentEvery two weeks, Charles Barber puts on a suit and heads to Colorado Springs City Hall. He has typed out his remarks, perfectly timed to three minutes, and cheerfully introduces himself during the public comment section of the City Council meeting.
Red Cross Closes Shelters On CU-Colorado Springs Campus & FairgroundsThe Red Cross has closed their shelters at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs campus and the Elbert County Fairgrounds.
Finalists Named For Homeland Security Competition At CU-Colorado SpringsTen colleges and universities have been named finalists for the National Homeland Defense Foundation National Security Innovation Competition.