Air Force Academy Class of 2023 Arrives On Campus For 'Doolie Day'1,100 Air Force Academy cadets arrived on campus Thursday and started Basic Cadet Training.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife: Leave Baby Animals Alone!Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are once again urging people to leave baby animals in the wild alone.
Military's Transgender Ban In Place For Incoming Class Of AFA CadetsRecently cleared by court action, the Pentagon's order banning transgender applicants among new recruits is in effect, and was implemented by the Air Force Academy on April 12.
Murder Suspect Claims Friend Asked Him To Kill HerJoshua Thomsen told investigators Amy Shrieves said she wanted to die but wasn't able to do it herself, and asked him to do it for her.   
Shooting Victim Recorded His Murder On CellphoneWhen first responders arrived at a shooting scene Wednesday evening, an ambulance medic found a cellphone lying next to the victim's body. It was still recording. 
Hotel Fires Employees Who Posted 'No Longer Serving Military' SignTwo employees of the DoubleTree by Hilton Colorado Springs were fired the day after they stopped serving alcohol to a group of veterans and their families celebrating their return from deployment.
Suspect In Officer-Involved Shooting Ordered To Mental EvaluationAn Iraqi refugee who is accused of shooting a Colorado Springs police officer has been ordered to undergo an evaluation.
Teen Leaves Hospital After Life Threatening Battle With Flu, StrepSix weeks ago, Schafer Reichart arrived at Children's Hospital in Aurora from Colorado Springs by emergency helicopter. On Friday, he walked out of the hospital.
Teenager Hospitalized After Sledding Behind Jeep On Icy RoadsWhat seemed like a good idea for a group of friends in Colorado Springs sent a teenager to the hospital.
Colorado Man Named Among 100+ Men, Including Robert Kraft, In Sex Trafficking OperationA man in Colorado Springs is tied to a sex trafficking investigation in Florida, police say.
Victims Of Colorado Planned Parenthood Shooting Can SueA Colorado appeals court has ruled that victims of the 2015 shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs can sue the nonprofit organization over what they argue was lax security.