Fort Carson Welcomes Home 150 SoldiersFort Carson on Saturday welcomed home 150 soldiers who have been training Afghan security forces since March.
Fort Carson To Welcome Home 150 SoldiersFort Carson is getting ready to welcome home 150 soldiers who have been training Afghan security forces since March.
Air Force Academy Under Scrutiny For Culture Of Drugs, Sexual AssaultAn investigation by The Gazette in Colorado Springs is exposing a dangerous culture of drugs, cheating and sexual assault by cadets at the Air Force Academy.
Sheriff Maketa Admits 'Inappropriate Behavior,' Won't Step DownThe El Paso County Sheriff has apologized for his behavior but says he has no intention of resigning.
Commissioner Says She's Been Bullied By Embattled Sheriff Terry MaketaThere is a new call for El Paso Sheriff Terry Maketa to step down coming straight from a county commissioner.
Oil Leak Caused Colorado Springs Power Plant FireInvestigators have traced a fire that shut down a major power plant to an oil leak, the Colorado Springs fire chief said Wednesday.
Hill Drops Senate Race, Backs GardnerThe last major opponent to Rep. Cory Gardner is bowing out of the Republican Senate primary.
Air Force Academy Begins Another Cheating ProbeThe Air Force Academy in Colorado was investigating whether 40 freshman cadets cheated in a chemistry class by copying portions of a lab assignment.
Air Force Academy Investigates Possible Cheating The Air Force Academy is investigating whether 40 freshman cadets cheated in a chemistry class.
Springs Man Found Dead In Iowa, Woman Wanted For MurderColorado Springs police have obtained an arrest warrant for a woman wanted in connection with the death of a 61-year-old Colorado man whose body was found in Iowa.
Sheriff, Army Investigate Soldier On AllegationsA Fort Carson soldier under investigation by the Army on allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor is the subject of a separate investigation by sheriff's deputies, authorities said Friday.
Morse Recall Petitioners Claim HarassmentColorado Springs residents who signed a petition to recall a Democratic leader because of his support for stricter gun laws claim they are being harassed by his supporters.
Hearing Set In Air Force Cadet's Sex Assault CaseA pretrial hearing is scheduled for an Air Force Academy cadet facing sexual misconduct charges.
Gazette Newspaper Acquired By AnschutzA Denver-based media company owned by billionaire Phil Anschutz has purchased The Colorado Springs Gazette.
Ken Salazar Apologizes After Threatening To Punch ReporterHe threatened to punch a reporter and now U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he regrets it.