- The first-time office holder promised to prioritize unity and innovative solutions for the city.
- Folks in Colorado Springs, Manitou, Widefield and Security can ride Mountain Metro Transit buses for free from June 1 through Aug. 31.
- The Great Potato Giveaway takes place Thursday and Friday, June 1 and 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or until all 450 pounds of potatoes are gone.
- “What do you know about Boggsville?” Anita Pointon asked, driving an electric golf cart over the golden plains in southeastern Colorado on a sunny afternoon. There’s a section of the Santa Fe Trail that once led cattle drives and stagecoach journeys through Boggsville.
- “Wow,” said Mobolade as he took the stage with his family after initial results showed him with a huge lead in the race.
- As signs of spring spread across Colorado and more red flag warnings start cropping up, folks can sign up for wildfire safety alerts. Residents just need to share their contact information to get alerts automatically.
- David Leinweber, Lynette Crow-Iverson and Brian Risley each won seats as at-large city council members. Michelle Talarico won her race to represent District 3.
- Current city councilman Wayne Williams is his likely opponent.
- Most of the funds will go toward buying new air quality monitors to install across Pueblo County.
- Colorado Springs' upcoming election is on April 4. However, this time around ballots will only be accepted by mail. Here's everything you should know.
- Colorado Springs voters will consider whether or not to extend the Trails, Open Space and Parks sales tax another 20 years. Currently, the TOPS tax is set to expire in 2025. If approved, the ballot measure would push that date back to 2045. Voters rejected a similar ballot measure to extend TOPS in 2021.
- The plan is to install gates, new surveillance cameras and improved lighting to help deter vandalism and other crime at the skate park.
- Residents living in the Northgate neighborhood appealed the council’s approval because they say the music venue doesn't follow local ordinances and would create problems with parking and increase traffic and noise in the area.
- The city of Colorado Springs is starting the new year with a number of major proposals aimed at keeping up with rapid growth, like zoning codes and land annexations.
- Your natural Christmas tree can be recycled into mulch instead of ending up in a landfill.
- AdAmAn Alley honors annual tradition of lighting fireworks from the top of Pikes Peak.