Colorado Politicians Go Begging For Wildfire MoneyColorado officials are still begging for money to help repair the damage of last year's wildfires.
Springs Mayor Questions City Utility's Spending The mayor of Colorado Springs is questioning why a city-owned utility has spent more than $8.3 million over the past five years on outside marketing and public relations firms.
Colorado Springs Trims City Government JobsColorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach has announced a city reorganization that will cut some high-paying city government positions and shuffle others, saving an estimated $770,000 annually.
Emotional Return Home For Waldo Canyon Fire EvacueesHomeowners returned to their neighborhoods Sunday morning to see the destruction first hand in the wake of the Waldo Canyon Fire.
Waldo Canyon Fire: 1 Dead, Some Evacuations LiftedSeveral neighborhoods evacuated for the Waldo Canyon Fire burning in Colorado Springs were allowed to return home Thursday evening.
Looting Suspects Arrested In Evacuated AreasA handful of looting suspects have been arrested in the evacuation areas of Colorado Springs and surrounding subdivisions while the Waldo Canyon Fire burns just miles away.
Colorado Springs Mayor: Fire Has Destroyed '346 Homes'Fire officials battling the Waldo Canyon Fire say they hope to make major progress in the effort to contain the blaze on Thursday.
Some In Colorado Springs Upset Over Memorial Hospital CEO's SeveranceColorado Springs city leaders are fired up over the $1 million separation agreement for Memorial Health System's CEO.
Peter Carey New Colorado Springs Police ChiefA 28-year veteran of the Colorado Springs Police Department has been named its new police chief.
Springs Mayor Hires $56,000 Social Media ExpertColorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach has added a $56,000 a year position to communicate with the public using social media.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Retiring In NovemberColorado Springs Police Chief Richard Myers says he is retiring.