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The city has enjoyed close ties to the US military and can attribute much of its growth to nearby military installations. Camp Carson was initially used as a training base for soliders preparing to leave for World War 2, the local airfield was taken over by the Air Force and later became Peterson Air Force Base and the city was selected to house the new Air Force Academy. Also, NORAD's main facility was built in nearby Cheyenne Mountain.

Population: 414658
Local Newspapers: The Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Triple A Baseball) Air Force Academy (Falcons)
Local Colleges: Colorado College US Air Force Academy

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Hickenlooper: Perhaps Gorsuch confirmation should be delayed as clouds gather over Trump | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Gov. John Hickenlooper said Tuesday that it might be appropriate to delay the Supreme Court confirmation of Neil Gorsuch as a cloud hangs over President Trump's administration. Pointing to recent statements by FBI Director James Comey confirming an investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election and whether Trump associates were in contact with Moscow, Hickenlooper said the U.S. Senate might want to consider slowing down.

Colorado Springs Olympic Museum project nearing final hurdles | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Preliminary concept renderings for the United States Olympic Museum were released at a press conference Thursday, May 14, 2015. Courtesy of Diller Scofidio and Renfro Faced with an end-of-the-month deadline to complete fundraising for their $75 million project and still short of donations, U.S. Olympic Museum officials say they've obtained financial help from major contributors and expect to start site work in the next two weeks.

Colorado Springs man indicted on second-degree murder charge in countdown killing

A Colorado Springs man who allegedly gave an intruder he found sleeping in the basement of his downtown apartment building five seconds to leave before fatally shooting him about two months ago was indicted Tuesday on a second-degree murder charge. Patrick Thomas Rau, 28, is accused of killing Donald Wayne Russell, 37, "after giving a five second countdown warning," according to the El Paso County Grand Jury's indictment.

Colorado Springs police arrest brothers in string of disguise-changing pharmacy robberies

Two brothers were arrested this week in a string of robberies at Colorado Springs pharmacies that spanned the past five months. Joseph Martinez, 36, and John Martinez, 30, face charges for aggravated robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery, and attempted robbery, according to a news release from Colorado Springs police.

Policeman stabbed, assailant shot near Britain's Parliament | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Britain's Parliament was on lockdown Wednesday after an assailant stabbed an officer, then was shot by police, officials said. London Police also said officers were called to an incident on Westminster Bridge nearby.

New Belgium Brewing announces Tour de Fat stop in Colorado Springs

New Belgium Brewing has announced the schedule for its 18th annual "Fat Tire presents the Tour de Fat," a five month, 33-show traveling beer, bike and music festival that helps raise money for local nonprofits. The season kicks off May 20 in Asheville, N.C., and cycles into the Pikes Peak region Aug. 26; Los Angeles-based alt rock band Wilderado will headline the Colorado Springs stop at the Pikes Peak Center.

Springs Rescue Mission takes over operation of Pueblo Rescue Mission | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

A Colorado Springs homeless shelter has assumed operation of its Pueblo counterpart in a bid to keep the Pueblo organization from closing. The Springs Rescue Mission on Tuesday announced the partnership deal with the Pueblo Rescue Mission - signaling a fresh start for the Pueblo nonprofit after it teetered on the brink of closure just ahead of winter.

Crime-solving Colorado Springs couple tracks down their stolen credit ...

Michael and Mariya Schoening said they were just hoping to get their stuff back when they tracked down the thieves who reportedly smashed into their car and stole their credit cards in Colorado Springs. But as they later watched officers pull stack after stack of credit cards, military IDs and licenses from the pockets of the suspected thieves, it became clear that the crime-solving duo had stumbled onto something larger.

Colorado Springs fire museum vandalized

Former firefighter Roy Manuszak stands by one of several windows shattered recently in an apparent act of vandalism at the Dr. Lester L. Williams Fire Museum. Manuszak is president of the museum that is housed in an old fire station.

19-year-old arrested after 2 teens found dead in Colorado

In this Sunday, March 19, 2017, booking photo supplied by the El Paso County, Colo., Sheriffs Department, Gustavo Marquez is shown in Colorado Springs, Colo. Marquez was arrested Sunday and is bring held on suspicion of first-degree murder, kidnapping, aggravated robbery and child abuse resulting in death in connection wth the deaths of two teenagers whose bodies were found on the shoulder of a rural road south of Colorado Springs on March 12. less In this Sunday, March 19, 2017, booking photo supplied by the El Paso County, Colo., Sheriffs Department, Gustavo Marquez is shown in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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John Elway gets behind fourth-quarter drive for Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court bid | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

As the Senate Judiciary Committee began confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch's nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court Monday, Denver Broncos general manager John Elway threw in his support for the Coloradan on Broncos letterhead. "A native of Colorado, Neil has demonstrated tremendous intelligence, character and fairness while serving more than a decade on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit," wrote the former quarterback turned general manager and executive vice president for football.

Eat Well: Colorado Springs kid chefs focus on healthy comfort food in contest

Tylee Creps, champion of the Sodexo Future Chefs Challenge, shows off her Tylee's Famous Granola Cups, a healthy dish for breakfast. Photo by Teresa Farney Here's a way to get kids to eat healthy: Let them create recipes to enter in a cooking contest.

Colorado economists: Trump budget short on details, long on politics | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

That was the consensus of more than a dozen economists and analysts interviewed by ColoradoPolitics.com after Trump dropped his proposal with a political thud. Sen. Cory Gardner, the Republican from Yuma who serves on the Senate Budget Committee, reminded Trump that it's not his job to write the nation's budget.

Advocacy group protests Gazette opinion pages, charging bias | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Brothers Graeme Fair, 4, and Korbyn Fair, 5, hold a sign during a protest outside The Gazette Monday, March 20, 2017. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette Some 25 people gathered outside The Gazette on Monday, holding signs reading "stop bias" and largely protesting what they said were unfair editorials and a lack of diverse opinions on the newspaper's opinion page.

Outdoor recreation symposium Monday in Colorado Springs

David Leinweber, owner of Angler's Covey, and the rest of the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance will be hosting the State of the Outdoors at City Auditorium. David Leinweber was sitting around with local stakeholders whose hope had recently been shot down: The Colorado Springs City Council had decided against passing a measure that would have allowed voters to decide on putting some tax money into parks.

Woman who died in Pikes Peak ski accident remembered as a dedicated mother and teacher | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Rachel Dewey, who died Sunday in a skiing accident on Pikes Peak, was known as passionate, dedicated and engaging in her roles as a middle school and college teacher and mother to three teenage sons. A Colorado Springs woman who died Sunday in a skiing accident on Pikes Peak was known as passionate, dedicated and engaging in her roles as a middle school and college teacher and mother to three teenage sons.

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