Black and Latino Coloradans are getting sick and dying from COVID-19 at higher rates than white people in Colorado, and nationwide.
- After the Pentagon issued a memo preparing to shut the paper for good, the response from military members and even members of Congress was swift and strong.
- Mayor John Suthers says construction continued at record levels, tourism increased toward the end of the summer and city revenues exceeded last year's levels in June and July.
- The Pikes Peak Continuum of Care and two Colorado Springs-based groups are hoping better data will help pinpoint how to serve youth in El Paso County.
- The third day of school for Colorado Springs 12-year-old Isaiah Elliott was the same remote experience many have come to know in the pandemic — then things went awry.
- Yeah yeah yeah. We know Idaho is synonymous with potatoes. But Southern Colorado’s San Luis Valley is the nation’s second-largest spud-spawning region. According to the area’s potato committee, more than 150 families farm potatoes in the altitudinous soil.
- Colorado Springs City Council is set to appoint members of a commission aimed at providing policy input for the Colorado Springs Police Department. Community desire for police oversight began in its current iteration last August with the death of De'Von Bailey.
- PJ Abernathy is one of about 300 Colorado prison inmates released early as COVID-19 spread through corrections facilities.