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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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Land-use changes boost Colorado Springs' rep as 'tiny-home capital' | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The outside of Courtney Cunard's tiny home, sized at 399 square feet, at Peak View Park on Thursday, July 20, 2017 in Woodland Park. Cunard works in Colorado Springs as a licensed Esthetician at Alpenglow Skin Spa.

Two men arrested at Colorado Springs tent camp in early December death

Kenneth Alexander Palmer, 25, and Earnest Marcel Mims, 41, were found by police Thursday in a large tent camp along the creek near Dorchester Park. Two men have been arrested on suspicion of killing a man whose body was found along Fountain Creek in early December.

Realtor convicted of theft settles assault claim against El Paso County for $15,000 | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

El Paso County has agreed to a $15,000 payout after a former Colorado Springs real estate broker threatened to sue over an alleged assault in a courthouse holding cell in May. Holly Dalton, who's admitted to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from landlords and tenants, originally demanded $150,000 in damages after two sheriff's deputies placed her in a holding cell with a "mentally unstable person" who nearly choked her to death, according to a letter from her attorney that the county received Nov. 3. The county investigated and determined that a fight broke out after the woman was placed in the 4th Judicial District Courthouse cell with Dalton, said county spokesman Dave Rose.

12 Strays of Christmas: Colorado Springs-area animal rescues encourage folks to open hearts, homes

The warm fuzzies grow exponentially if you open your arms, hearts and homes to a pooch who might be overlooked by those wanting puppies or purebreds. National Mill Dog Rescue and the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region have thrown open their kennels in hopes of finding loving families for one dozen special pooches.

Polaris Alpha starts hiring spree

Polaris Alpha is ringing in the new year with a hiring surge, looking to take on up to 60 new scientists and engineers in Colorado Springs and Denver. Polaris Alpha President Jay Jesse said new hires will be made in the areas of advanced analytics, enterprise software engineering, cloud computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Globelink serves as language center in Colorado

Children from around the world can track Santa throughout the year thanks to a locally-owned company, the Globelink Foreign Language Center, which is the official translator for NORAD Tracks Santa. The Colorado Springs-based private company was started by Fadia Zaki-Gnoske, a former language professor who is fluent in five languages.

Hardin leads Children's Hospital in Springs

Bill Hardin, who is currently one of only two pediatric surgeons in Colorado Springs, has a passion for treating kids and helping families. He performs surgeries at UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central, and follows up with patients at the Children's Colorado Outpatient Specialty Care clinic in Briargate.

Tax shakeup rattles colleges, grad students

The GOP tax plan has Colorado universities worried about a range of issues, from the future of graduate students and philanthropy to building projects and workforce development. The proposal that's raised the most vocal opposition from students and universities is a plan to tax tuition waivers, which appears in the House version of the bill.

Springs' Artspace project speeds up with Downtown Development Authority funding

Claire Swinford of the Downtown Partnership and Kate Perdoni of Pikes Peak Arts Council and the Colorado Springs Creative Collective visited the Loveland Artspace earlier this year. For the last two years, the Colorado Springs Creative Collective, a group of local artists and community stakeholders led by Bob Wolfson, has been working to establish an Artspace development in Colorado Springs.

Fine Arts Center bringing silent disco to the Springs

It's a sentiment some may well share when they first encounter the Fine Arts Center's Snow Ball: A Silent Disco on Saturday, Dec. 16. But the proceedings offer more than first meets the ears. Indeed, the interactive installation event has plenty for all the senses to take in, and may well be the first silent disco hosted in Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs Children's Chorale teaches leadership, service, through song

To busy participants, the phrase is not an overstatement. CSCC, now in its 40th year, hosts more than 100 local events annually.

Teach For America sets youth up to make a big impact

When Luis Antezana, founder of Juntos for Education in southern Colorado, moved to the state as a Teach for America English teacher in 2015, he saw a need for social change in the region's school systems. Antezana teaches at Harrison High School in southeast Colorado Springs, where he says "the majority of students come from low-income neighborhoods and low-income backgrounds, immigrant backgrounds."

State Rep. Dan Nordberg announces resignation

State Rep. Dan Nordberg, R-Colorado Springs, has announced he will resign his position in January to work for the Trump administration. Nordberg will be the regional administrator for Region 8 of the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Report predicts continued job growth for Springs

Colorado Springs' jobs market is booming and increased productivity is boosting the standard of living and quality of life, according to a 140-page report detailing the economic outlook in Colorado. The report, released Monday by the Business Research Division at the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business, notes that while the Springs has traditionally lagged behind Denver and Boulder, that is no longer true.

Empty Stocking Fund: Neighbors benefit from Westside CARES volunteers

A sheared brain stem and badly bruised frontal lobe from a 2008 car accident left Veronica Corbelli, 15, with a lengthy hospital stay and uncertain future. Her mother, Dawn, sustained traumatic brain injury and several broken bones.

Strawberry Fields appraisal needs fresh look, citizens say

Opponents of the city's land exchange with The Broadmoor gathered outside City Hall today, Dec. 12, prior to a City Council meeting at which they asked Council to revisit the appraisal of Strawberry Fields, a 186-acre open space the city traded away.

Colorado Springs startup acquired by global software firm

Colorado Springs software startup KidReports, one of the first businesses to join in Peak Startup's pitch nights, has been acquired by global firm Procare Software. Created by CEO Leif Ullman and chief operating officer Greg Krupa, KidReports links parents and childcare providers digitally, providing activity alerts, daily reports and quick communication via email, push or text.

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