- Even a small exposure to arsenic, added up over the course of a person’s life, is enough to cause health problem.
- The EPA has tested soil at some 1,900 homes near the site of the former smelter during the last eight years. More than 40 percent needed to have tainted dirt removed and replaced with new clean material.
- A legal battle over construction costs related to the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex could wrap up soon.
- Yemi Mobolade, a Nigerian immigrant, is the first Black man elected to lead Colorado Springs. He discussed his new role, his faith and getting ready to hit the ground running.
- “Wow,” said Mobolade as he took the stage with his family after initial results showed him with a huge lead in the race.
- Opponents of the city's form of government say their effort to put the question of who should run Pueblo back to voters was stymied by bad information they got from city officials.
- 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.
- El Movimiento Sigue is expanding its longtime work supporting Chicanx and Indigenous people and fighting inequity.
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