Bustang is resuming its commuter route between Colorado Springs, Monument and the Denver Technological Center next week, according to a news release. Service was suspended in March 2020 due to COVID-19.  

On the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, firefighters, military service members and many others climbed the 2,768 steps of the Manitou Incline, the equivalent of 190 floors of elevation gain, in remembrance of those who died at the World Trade Ce…

Construction of the long-awaited $20 million extension of Centennial Boulevard from Fillmore Street to the Interstate 25/Fontanero Street interchange was to begin on Sept. 13.

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Consideration is being given to what additional measures might be imposed on the Colorado Springs Fire Department (CSFD), or city workers in general, in response to the spread of COVID-19.

A $465,000 overhaul of City Council chambers at City Hall is nearly complete, and the new configuration provides more space for the public to attend meetings, officials say.

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) has reported unofficial door-to-door canvassing of Colorado voters, according to a Sept. 9 news release. The Colorado Times Recorder reported last month that volunteers from the U.S. Election Integrity Plan (USEIP), an election fraud conspiracy …

Local organizations and nonprofits are joining forces and launching the 5th annual AskCOS community survey, fielded by Elevated Insights.AskCOS provides El Paso County residents an opportunity to have their voices heard regarding current issues and helps local organizations better understand…

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A taped blood glucose monitor cost swimmer Ethan Orr and the rest of the Coronado High School relay team their state championship race, Igor Raykin says, and he’s filed a formal complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice against the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) on O…

Drivers slowed, some coming to a stop at the main gate at Fort Carson, to gaze at the 13 pairs of boots, representing the 13 U.S. service members killed during an attack at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan last week during the final days of a mass airlift. Each pair of boots, representing “b…

The city issued a request for proposals Aug. 26 seeking to hire a consultant to develop a master plan and provide community outreach for the undeveloped Bulldog Coleman Community Park.

The latest bizarro answer to guarding against COVID-19 — a drug called ivermectin used to treat parasites in livestock — has drawn a rebuke from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP). It joins the Food and Drug Administration in warning people it can be harmful or deadly.

The skies above Colorado Springs will be flecked with bits of color this weekend as the 45th Labor Day Lift Off takes flight Sept. 4-6 at Memorial Park. The annual event, which features hot air balloons, food trucks and vendors, live music, and festivities will return to the Springs after CO…

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The 36th Space Symposium returned to The Broadmoor resort last week after last year’s event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual symposium brings together space experts representing academia, the military and the private sector from across the globe to Colorado Springs for …

Shoveled dirt flew through the air Aug. 25 as an enthusiastic crowd of city staff and officials participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for The Commons, a new project that will provide housing to families, veterans and other individuals affected by homelessness.

The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office responded to a kidnapping in Security on Aug. 25. According to Lt. James Vidmar, deputies responded to a shots fired call at the Sonic near the intersection of Security Boulevard and Main Street. Shortly after that incident, EPSO received reports of a woma…