The civil rights watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center this week named Moms for Liberty an anti-government extremist entity, along with several other so-called “parental rights” groups.
Ten-dollar Uber ride credits are available statewide for the holiday weekend, as a “safe and sober” alternative to impaired driving.
Fran Zankowski is returning to the Colorado Springs Indy as its new publisher.
Colorado Springs slipped from second to ninth place on the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Places to Live” list after surveyors expanded the data points they consider “to better encapsulate a place’s strength and weaknesses.”
Colorado Springs School District 11 teachers have expressed frustration with the district’s Alternative Pay Proposal, which saw D11's Doherty High School close for today as numerous educators took leave to attend contract negotiations.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has joined 14 other secretaries of state in a letter supporting the recently introduced Federal Election Worker Protection Act.
Families who applied in the first round of Universal Preschool Colorado are getting an email from the state this afternoon (April 26) letting them know which provider they matched with and the next steps for enrollment.
Former El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder, who left office in January after two terms, has endorsed Yemi Mobolade for mayor.
Today marked the first mayoral runoff debate between Yemi Mobolade and Wayne Williams, hosted by the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs.
Space Foundation and Rakia Mission sign partnership agreement
The Colorado Springs Black Chamber of Commerce today (April 18) endorsed Senate Bill 23-213, which aims to address the state’s housing shortage and affordability crisis.
Illicit drug residue testing starts tomorrow (April 8) at Mountain Metro Transit's Downtown Terminal.
Colorado’s kicking off a DUI patrol blitz today as part of an 18-day “Spring Events enforcement period” that runs through April 24.
Construction is underway in Pueblo for a 900,000-square-foot expansion to the world’s largest manufacturing plant for wind turbine towers.
Child care providers and preschools can now sign up to administer Colorado’s universal preschool program, and some major details about the program — like how much providers will be reimbursed for participating and how it will accommodate families in need — have been announced.
Turning away: City Council rejects request from firefighter for legal fees for careless driving charge
Wesley Cosgrove, a Colorado Springs firefighter, was driving a brush truck on Oct. 16 to a fire in Dorchester Park when he drove over what appeared to be a pile of blankets.
A pair of Air Force Academy cadets will study abroad following their graduation next summer. Both have earned post-graduate scholarships to study in the United Kingdom, the Academy recently announced.
Jane Northrup Glenn, the wife of Colorado Springs mayoral hopeful Darryl Glenn, has announced she will seek an at-large seat on City Council.
Colorado Springs School District 11 hopes its "promise" to Mitchell will pay dividends. On Dec. 14, Superintendent Michael Gaal officially introduced the Mitchell Promise, a three-prong initiative that will help students, staff and the Mitchell community.
Colorado Politics, a digital and print news outlet with a conservative editorial page, has stopped republishing articles from Center Square, a conservative news service that claims to be competing with the Associated Press and other newswires.
This story has been updated to reflect the total payout for unused sick and vacation time.
The Mining Exchange issued the following statement, received by the Indy on Jan. 12:
An unsealed case file shows the Club Q attack suspect wanted to be “the next mass killer” and made a bomb threat in June 2021, but prosecutors reached a dead end with the investigation.
Academy School District 20 parents are alarmed that conservative corners of the community are pushing for LGBTQ students to be segregated, after conversations with D20 leadership were released Dec. 5.
Sean Hemingway, the police chief for the town of Monument, and Town Manager Mike Foreman were investigated over the summer for their conduct at a restaurant that involved Hemingway confronting a patron and allegedly using “Hiroshima” as a racial epithet — an allegation Hemingway isn’t denyin…
Colorado Springs School District 11 students can now apply to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) for free, thanks to a new partnership between D11 and the Common Black College Application (CBCA), announced today.
The Colorado Parent Advocacy Network (CPAN) is the latest addition to a group of conservative, anti-LGBTQ, pro-charter school activist groups in Colorado that include the Independence Institute, FAIR [Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism], and FEC United.
The Pueblo City Council will vote on an anti-abortion ordinance during their upcoming work session on Dec. 12.
The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office announced it has completed the official canvass of the 2022 General Election.
The Colorado Springs community is shaken with anger and grief after a gunman opened fire Saturday night in Club Q, an LGBTQ nightclub on North Academy Boulevard that for more than 20 years stood as a safe space for queer folks.
What follows is a collection of comments posted on Facebook or issued in news releases:
With three weeks until the election, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea, Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl and Republican Attorney General candidate John Keller all held campaign events in Colorado Springs this weekend.
Less than two months after the Martin Drake Power Plant shut down for good, community input meetings are underway to help build a vision for the future of the site.
UPDATE: This blog has been updated with comments from Utilities Board Chair Wayne Williams.
After multiple delays, the woman accused of murdering her 11-year-old stepson will stand trial on March 20, 2023. Letecia Stauch was arrested March 2, 2020, for the death of Gannon Stauch, who she reported as a missing child on Jan. 27, 2020.Stauch appeared in El Paso County District Court f…
Colorado Springs Forward has been hit with a $1,000 fine for making illegal donations totaling $10,000 to El Paso County Commissioners Holly Williams and Cami Bremer.
La Plata Communities wants Colorado Springs to annex 3,200 acres that are bordered on three sides by the city of Fountain.
Academy School District 20 Superintendent Tom Gregory announced his retirement Oct. 6 at a turbulent D20 Board of Education meeting dominated by outrage over recent comments from Board President Tom LaValley.