People who think gasoline prices in Colorado are unusually high now have some official confirmation. Colorado Triple-A is reporting record-high prices for this time of year across the state, and they aren't expected to come down any time soon.
Updated: 8:17 PM
A top official at the Air Force Academy says cadets who violate codes of honor and conduct hurt themselves and tarnish an institution that has produced numerous military heroes.
Updated: 8:10 PM
Former P-O-W gets an honorable discharge from the Army.
Updated: 9:51 PM
Colorado communities get an additional 19 million dollars in federal grants for homeland security equipment and training.
Updated: 9:47 PM
Pueblo county man because 9th fatality in the state.
Updated: 9:44 PM
People looking to travel for the Labor day holiday can expect higher gas prices, and a whole lot of company.
Updated: 9:39 PM
The Humane Society is getting inundated with calls from people who are worried that pet licensing fees are going up.
Updated: 6:20 PM
Skywatchers are getting ready for quite a show.
Updated: 6:13 PM
A Colorado Springs teenager accused of being the mastermind of a triple slaying near Guffey has been sentenced to 53 years behind bars.
Updated: 5:58 PM
The new superintendent of the Air Force Academy says the entire cadet corps will get a dressing down this week because of a weekend underage drinking incident.
Updated: 5:20 PM
Authorities say a Fort Carson soldier has died of injuries from an auto accident in Iraq -- becoming the 17th fatality from the Army post near Colorado Springs since the war began.
Updated: 5:16 PM
Fort Carson has released the names of two soldiers killed in Iraq over the weekend.
Updated: 7:46 AM
An Air Force Academy cadet faces a court martial this week on charges of dealing ecstasy.
Updated: 7:45 AM
Boulder, Larimer, and Weld Counties will receive $85,000 each.
Updated: 7:41 AM
The value of farmland in Colorado is on the rise.
Updated: 7:44 AM
A man famous for wearing only a barrel at Broncos football games is in serious condition at a Grand Junction hospital.
Updated: 7:42 AM
One of the Air Force Academy's falcon mascots has died, possibly from the West Nile virus.
Updated: 7:39 AM
In Colorado Springs police are now ticketing drivers for exceeding the new 25 MPH speed limit in residential areas.
Updated: 7:48 AM
Another Colorado resident has died of the West Nile virus.
Updated: 7:45 AM
A Wisconsin beef company is recalling some of it's products because they were mislabeled.
Updated: 7:46 AM
A federal health agency is giving Colorado 500-thousand dollars to help fight the nation's worst outbreak of West Nile virus.
Updated: 7:18 AM
Denver-based Frontier Airlines has confirmed an order for 15 new airplanes worth more than $50 million each.
Updated: 7:09 AM
The state of Colorado may have turned an economic corner, but at least one expert calls the recovery a “jobless'' one.
Updated: 7:12 AM
A key court ruling in the Kobe Bryant case.
Updated: 7:24 AM
A computer expert talks about ways to protect your computer from the latest email viruses.
Updated: 8:43 AM
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