Posted: 9:03 PM • Only 2,012 footballs will be produced by Rawlings to honor Manning's debut with the Broncos on Sept. 9
• Each football comes with a handsome acrylic display case for $99
• The project benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado. In the past four years, we have raised almost $2 million for MAW kids around the country.
• To order, fans can all 1-800-345-2868 or visit www.nikcosports.com.
Updated: 11:32 AM Stop by Arby's on Thursday, September 6th and pick up one of it's new turkey roasters sandwiches. They're served hot and there are three types to choose from. This offer is only available on the 6th, from 11am until 1pm. You might call your local Arby's to make sure it's participating. It's good while supplies last.
Posted: 4:16 AM T-Mobile's Technical Care Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado plans to hire up to 80 full-time Technical Care Specialists over the next couple months. To fill these important positions, T-Mobile is holding an Open House.
When: Wednesday, September 5th There will be three sessions at 9:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m.
Where: T-Mobile Colorado Springs Call Center located at the Corner of Research and Chapel Hills Drive. The address is 556 Chapel Hills Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Compensation: Pay starting between $13.80 - $17.22, with the potential for monthly performance incentives.
For more information about the hiring event or job qualifications, you can visit the T-Mobile website. The link is provided below.
Posted: 9:07 PM Federal health officials say that West Nile virus cases are on pace to rival the record years of 2002 and 2003. Health officials think that cases have peaked or are peaking now, but likely will continue through October. Below is a link to information regarding prevention and what to watch for from a West Nile infection.
Posted: 8:20 AM You're invited to the 2012 Starlight Children's Foundation Casino Night. The event is Saturday, September 8th and benefits seriously ill children and their families in Southern Colorado. You'll enjoy food, drinks, entertainment and casino-style gaming action. Local media celebrity dealers will also be on-hand. Please click the link provided for ticket information.
Posted: 4:20 AM Consumer Union, the advocacy arm of Consumer Reports, believes eating meat from animals treated with antibiotics is reducing the affects of the drugs in humans. Please click the link provided to learn more.
Posted: 4:16 AM The Animal Agriculture Industry claims restrictions on the use of Antibiotics in our meat and poultry would make our food system less safe, and limit it's ability to control disease. Please click the link provided to learn more.
Posted: 6:17 AM Whether you are new to the area or a longtime resident, you don't want to miss this Colorado Springs staple! Hot air balloons, helicopters and paragliders are are taking off from Memorial Park at 7 a.m. Monday for the last day of the 36th annual Colorado Balloon Classic. Make sure to be there for the mass liftoff!
Updated: 4:52 AM Daniella brand mangoes that were sold between July 12 and August 29. The affected mangoes have the following PLU numbers: 3114, 4051, 4311, 4584, 4959. They were sold in Southern Colorado at Costco, Kroger and some Whole Foods Stores. The mangoes are being recalled because they could be contaminated with salmonella.
Posted: 3:30 AM The UCCS PGA Golf Managements students are offering free golf lessons for anyone affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire. That's happening on Saturday, September 1st. Click on this link for more info:
Posted: 8:01 PM DUI patrols will be out in force this Labor Day Weekend. Sobriety checkpoints and increased patrols are under way across the state through early Tuesday.
It's part of the summer-long "100 Days of Heat" and National DUI Crackdown.
To find out more about the DUI enforcement plans or arrest results visit:
Posted: 6:19 PM If you are an Air Academy Federal Credit Union customer and you think your personal information has been compromised, call 719-593-8600 or 1-800-223-1983. Customer Service representatives will be able to start researching your account.
Updated: 8:32 PM We know so many of you opened up your wallets to help support families affected by the Waldo Canyon Fire.
We’ve know learned that some of the money is going to organizations who have helped or continue to help fire victims.
10 local non-profits are benefiting from about $380 thousand dollars.
Pikes Peak United Way wants to hear from organizations that have or are helping victims both in El Paso and Teller Counties.
They plan on giving out the rest of the money raised. Total raised was just over $900 thousand.
You can apply on their website: www.ppunitedway.org
Organizations should apply before September 15, 2012.
Fire victims can call 2-1-1 for information about organizations available to help.
Victims will not receive donations directly. But instead United Way is giving it to organizations that they hope will meet all their needs.
Below is a list of the organizations receiving funding:
Westside Cares ($112,000)
Mercy’s Gate ($65,095)
Housing Authority of Colorado Springs ($45,000)
Discover Goodwill ($43,569)
Redistribution Center ($35,000)
Norris Penrose Event Center ($32,369.67)
Ecumenical Social Ministries ($20,480)
Cheyenne Village ($4,372.54)