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Tuesday, January 31, 2023
At the foot of the state Capitol steps, the ride-share company Lyft announced a historic investment in Colorado on Thursday.
Follow through Even in the face of mounting student debt and rising tuition costs, a college degree is still worth the price of admission — but that value is not without its caveats,...
Voice of Reason On Nov. 5, Colorado voters were clear: Any changes to the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights and any effort to retain money due to residents under the constitutional amendment must be...
Dozens of parents rushed to pick up their children from a Colorado Springs day care facility Thursday after learning that it would be shut down while its owner is investigated for allegedly housing too many...
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Gustavo Gutierrez delivered in his final game for Broomfield High School. And he and the Eagles are state champions once again. Broomfield defeated Regis Jesuit 1-0 to win the Class 5A title...
To live authentically is to step into your own unique power. However, when you’re bombarded with societal messages to conform and adhere to Eurocentric ideals, celebrating your innate worth can be a challenge. That’s...
A grand jury has returned "no true bill" in the officer-involved shooting death of 19-year-old De'Von Bailey, meaning the Colorado Springs Police Department officers won't be charged with crimes. The finding led...
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Police who went to a Colorado Springs day care after receiving complaints that the business was housing more children than its license allowed say they found 26 kids behind a...
DENVER — Denver police on Thursday evening arrested a man after they say he was armed near a Denver mosque and making anti-Muslim remarks.  The man, whose name hasn't been released, was taken into custody,...