Suthers had about 68 percent of the vote compared to about 32 percent for former Colorado Springs Mayor Mary Lou Makepeace.
Former mayor Mary Lou Makepeace and former Attorney General John Suthers are squaring off in a runoff election on May 19 to decide the next mayor of Colorado Springs.
The man has since received a job offer, and was put up in a hotel for a few nights.
The figure is essentially unchanged from the previous academic year, according to the Defense Department survey.
The southern Front Range city relies heavily on a shrinking military, so it's looking to diversify the local economy.
Legislation creating the U.S. Air Force Academy was signed into law 60 years ago this week, setting off a fierce competition to host the new facility.
Will a grand plan to leverage the arts bring about economic success for Colorado Springs?
The Black Forest Fire near Colorado Springs has killed at least two people and destroyed more homes than any other fire in Colorado history.
Two consecutive years of death and destruction from Colorado's wildfire season has renewed the focus on ways to mitigate property damage and stay physically sa