An EPA advisory has town officials scrambling to provide safe drinking water for citizens.
Determined to let her students know they were appreciated, Rampart High School teacher Brittni Darras began writing personal notes to all 130 of them.
The city will even give payouts to people who were wrongly sent to jail.
- The $825 million pipeline to draw water from the Arkansas River can begin operating Wednesday.Read more
- The City Council passed a six-month ban last November with the promise that it wouldn't be extended, reports The Gazette.Read more
- The documents are currently sealed and Judge Gilbert Martinez has repeatedly said the documents should remain private.Read more
- The lawsuit was filed weeks after the man in question, former maintenance worker Joseph Garcia Chapman, pleaded guilty to forcing himself on residents of the halfway house.Read more
- The ordinance bars sitting and lying on sidewalks, curbs, alleys or streets in the downtown and Old Colorado City business districts.Read more
- The group says it is adding “increased security measures” and that part of the facility will be under construction as repair work continues.Read more
- It’s the first new air service from Colorado Springs since Allegiant Air began offering flights to Phoenix two years ago.Read more