Pueblo Council to get first look at retail marijuana ordinance

On Monday night Pueblo City Council Members will get their first look at the ordinance that will allow people to set up retail marijuana shops within city limits.

When you are driving around Pueblo during the next few weeks you will likely see about a dozen people holding signs about the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Thousands of men and women, serving and fighting for our country all over the world don't get to come home for the holidays. Like so many families here in Colorado Springs, one particular family knows just how hard that can be.

Gazette releases map of the city's best holiday lights

WATCH: 32nd annual Festival of Lights Parade

Program offers veteran offenders a new life

Cooler, breezy Sunday

A cooler Sunday is in the forecast, with a breeze as well

Deployed airmen's creative family Christmas photo goes viral

Deployed airmen's creative family Christmas photo goes viral

Sexual Predator Sentenced

Robert O'Bryant was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for a series of sexual crimes last year.

Donations sought for "Teens with Promise"

2 explosions heard near Istanbul soccer stadium; 20 wounded

US to deploy up to 200 more troops to Syria

Surveillance video catches porch pirate; Pueblo Sheriff's Office searching for suspect

Annual Christmas Tree Project giving away free, fully decorated trees on Saturday

Realistic mannequin challenge sends serious message

Expect delays Saturday heading south on I-25

5 killed in Bulgarian explosion following train derailment

Carson Bird remembered as 'positive influence'

Michigan recount over; Pennsylvania sets hearing

Congress averts shutdown, backs spending bill

EPA rejects $20.4 million in requests for mine spill costs

Protest over Dakota Access Pipeline continues in Colorado Springs

Broken middle school heater sheds light on D11 funding issues

Two incidents pause chemical weapons destruction

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Posted: 12/09/2016 - Highlighted by four Academy records and nine first-place finishes, the Air Force track and field team kicked off the 2016-17 season this evening (Dec. 9) at its annual Holiday Open. In addition to the four program standards, the Falcons also impacted the program’s all-time standings in two other events.

Posted: 12/09/2016 - An 18-2 run that started in the second quarter and ran through the beginning of the third quarter pushed the University of Colorado Colorado Springs to a 73-58 victory against Chadron State at the Chicoine Center. Jen Vigil and Anna Schwecke led the Mountain Lions (6-3, 3-0 RMAC) with 12 points each against the Eagles (1-5, 1-2 RMAC).

Posted: 12/09/2016 - Five women and two men from the Colorado State University-Pueblo track and field teams secured provisional marks in the opening of the indoor season at the Colorado School of Mines Alumni Classic Thursday and Friday.