'Just Let Us Play': High School Athletes, Parents Protest CHSAAProtests are planned in Highlands Ranch, Colorado Springs and Delta at 3:30 p.m. on Friday.
In Full Gear, Colorado Firefighters Pay Tribute To 9/11 Victims By Climbing Up Manitou InclineTributes took place across Colorado on Friday 19 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. One notable one was at the Manitou Incline.
Colorado Student Suspended For 5 Days After Showing A Toy Gun While Taking An Online ClassAn elementary school in El Paso County disciplined a 12-year-old boy last week for showing a toy gun while taking an online art class.
Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway Chugs Along Towards 2021 ReopeningThe railway track renovation recently reached its halfway completion point.
Ruling: Letecia Stauch Competent To Stand Trial For Murder Of Stepson Gannon StauchLetecia Stauch has been deemed competent to stand trial -- but her attorney has requested a second mental health evaluation.
Kevin Kiesow Of Colorado Springs Dies In Lake McConaughy Boating AccidentA Colorado Springs man died over the Labor Day weekend while vacationing at Lake McConaughy.
'Leave Wildlife Alone': Colorado Parks And Wildlife Responds To Criticism After Euthanizing Pet FoxCPW received dozens of threatening messages with one directed toward the CPW area manager which read, “I hope you die screaming.”
No Swimming, Paddleboarding At Eleven Mile State Park Due To Algae BloomsSwimming, paddleboarding and even wading in the reservoir at Eleven Mile State Park is now off limits due to bad water quality from natural algae blooms.
Environmental Protection Agency To Focus On Mine Cleanup With New Office In Colorado SpringsColorado will be getting a little extra help cleaning up its mines. The Environmental Protection Agency opened a new office in Colorado Springs to focus on that specific issue.
Students Describe Quarantine As Colorado College Adjusts To Nearly-All Remote LearningColorado College became the first school of higher education to move to nearly all online learning after trying to host students on campus, but finding infections of COVID-19 among students.
Colorado College Moves To Remote Learning After Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In DormsIt's back to remote learning for students at Colorado College for the rest of the year. The announcement came just hours after an entire dorm completed a 14-day quarantine.