- Tony Cheng leads the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute and the Southern Rockies Fire Science Exchange Network at Colorado State University-Fort Collins. He reflected on Colorado's wildfire history and the costs of forest loss.
- The State Land Board has sent a letter to El Paso County, explaining why the cost to continue leasing land known as Black Forest Section 16 has risen significantly under a new lease proposal.
- Ten years ago, the Waldo Canyon Fire tore through the west side of Colorado Springs and the hills behind it. Two people died and nearly 350 homes were destroyed.
- Some voters received ballots missing a commissioners race.
- Colorado Springs-based Focus on the Family is at the center of one of the most polarizing political debates in the country. As the U.S. prepares for a ruling on Roe v. Wade — a key abortion rights law — the group is reassessing its place in the fight.
- People living in and around Security-Widefield have elevated levels of PFAS in their blood. That's the result of a study by the CDC.
- Skyspace installations from American artist James Turrell are world renowned for blending color, light and nature into experiential art.
- The proposed changes are part of a larger redevelopment of Platte Avenue the city said aims to help address the expected growth of Colorado Springs.
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