In August 2019, the Colorado Aeronautical Board (CAB), which oversees the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Division of Aeronautics, approved $400,000 in state aviation funding to assist Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified commercial service airports in Colorado with the acquisition of equipment to minimize the environmental impact of aircraft firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals, known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Caroline Jones is a country music sensation, putting on a special acoustic performance, live in Colorado Springs on Dec 2nd, benefiting St. Jude. Jones has toured with Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Zac Brown Band, Kenny Chesney, The Eagles, Jimmy Buffet, and opened for The Rolling Stones.
As a Colorado community continues to stay “#BoulderStrong,” part of the healing process take a big step in a little more than a month when a grocery store where a deadly mass shooting was carried out reopens for the first time since the tragic incident.
The Routt County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest after they began looking into an investigation into a report of sexual assault on a child during the 2015- 2016 school year by a former teacher at the Manitou Springs High School.
Colorado Springs native Colton Johnson is bringing his lifelong dream to reality. Johnson is the founder and director of Under The Sun Dog Training and Daycare, and is opening the new 21,000 square foot facility which will include a 12,000 square foot turfed arena for dogs.
Former Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter’s attorney, Paul Engh, told a potential juror that she would hear directly from Potter about the traffic stop that ended in the death of the 20-year-old Wright last April.
Right now in Colorado more than 1.5 million people have gotten their flu vaccine. When you compare this to the same time last year, more than 1.7 Coloradans were vaccinated against the flu virus making state health officials a little worried.
Wreaths Across America aims to honor the country’s veterans during the holidays with wreaths on every service member’s headstone. Organizers in Colorado Springs are worried there aren’t going to be enough wreaths to go around this year.