Posted: 05/26/2006 - There's an apparent explanation for the witness reports of someone being taken away by ambulance from the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington today.
Updated: 06/07/2006 - Authorities say a propane explosion burned a home and started a grass fire east of Colorado Springs near Ramah.
Posted: 05/26/2006 - A new vaccine has won federal approval to prevent the often painful infection known as shingles. Drug giant Merck says the vaccine called Zostavax has been given the okay by the Food and Drug Administration.
Posted: 05/26/2006 - As millions of Americans prepare for the first big holiday of the summer season, the price of gasoline is the talk of the town. Despite prices hovering above $2.85 a gallon, AAA says it expects a slight increase in the number of travelers this year.
Posted: 05/26/2006 - Local corn prices could be going up, partly because of two ethanol plants in Colorado and a third that's opening soon in Windsor.
Updated: 05/25/2006 - The secretary of Veterans Affairs says he's extremely upset that he didn't learn about the theft of the personal data of millions of veterans for two weeks.
Updated: 05/25/2006 - Authorities have identified a Fort Carson soldier killed in a one-vehicle rollover as a 20-year-old Army private from Georgia.
Posted: 05/25/2006 - A popular hiking trail near Eldorado Springs has been closed after a black bear charged a park ranger there. Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Ranger Pete Taylor says he was responding to a report of a bear in the area on Tuesday. That's when he says the 252-pound bear ran at him at full speed and then stopped within ten yards of him.
Posted: 05/25/2006 - A man who says Jake Plummer kicked the headlight of his pickup and backed into it in a road rage incident last month says he didn't recognize the Denver Broncos quarterback.
Posted: 05/25/2006 - Firefighters are continuing to work on a fire that's burning in southwestern Colorado.
Updated: 05/25/2006 - A mass funeral for a 61-year-old Denver firefighter is scheduled for today. Lieutenant Rich Montoya died on Sunday after suffering a fatal heart attack while fighting a house fire a week earlier.
Updated: 05/25/2006 - Customers separate their recyclable materials to recycle them. Some even pay companies extra to do pick it up and make sure that happens. But some supervisors with one local company sent it out with the rest of the trash. Their employees say it went on for years.
Updated: 05/24/2006 - After a more than 12-month silence, the longest since 9-11 Osama bin Laden is apparently making tapes again. Experts say there's no reason to think the latest one is a fake.
Posted: 05/24/2006 - Some big changes at Denver International Airport meant to help its two largest carriers. The airport plans to reconfigure some gates and construct a 41.5 million dollar regional jet facility.
Updated: 05/24/2006 - Motorists in Sioux Falls, South Dakota are the safest in the nation -- but two Colorado cities aren't far behind.
Posted: 05/24/2006 - Some Colorado Springs residents are getting a new address. The U.S. Postal Service is adding six new ZIP codes to the city's rapidly growing northeast side.
Posted: 05/24/2006 - The National Weather Service says damage to two houses and several barns and sheds in Ellicott earlier this week was caused by a high-wind phenomenon known as a downburst -- not a tornado.
Posted: 05/23/2006 - Your Colorado Springs Utility bills are about to go down by about $2.00 a month, but it's why customers were being charged in the first place that's making some people angry. 3 years ago, the former City Council thought charging customers for the city's street lights would be a good way to save the city some money