When Worldcom filed the largest bankruptcy in corporate history last year, a lot of local people lost jobs, and money.
Many are still trying to salvage their losses.
Saturday, about 50 shareholders and former employees met with a lawyer to find out how to get their money back.
Updated: 8:19 PM
It's a day of closure for the family of a 30 year-old Edgewater woman found dead earlier this month as she's properly laid to rest.
Updated: 8:11 PM
Traffic delays are in store for travelers driving through Vail Pass on Sunday.
Updated: 8:04 PM
Even though it hasn't even opened yet, Confluence Park may be getting a new name.
Updated: 7:56 PM
With remarkable speed, Congress has passed legislation intended to ensure consumers can block many unwanted telemarketing calls.
Updated: 2:11 AM
City of Colorado Springs opens up bids for animal control for 2004.
Updated: 9:35 PM
Xcel energy approves a 73 percent increase in heating bills for Colorado residents over last winter.
Updated: 9:18 PM
Construction will soon begin on a 500 bed private prison in a Pueblo industrial park.
Updated: 9:15 PM
A national "Do Not Call" registry scheduled to begin next week on hold after federal judge's ruling.
Updated: 7:57 AM
Two more people die from West Nile virus in Colorado.
Updated: 9:06 PM
A nonprofit group has given Colorado a grade of 'D' when it comes to standards for teaching U-S history.
Updated: 6:09 PM
Expansion of the El Paso County courthouse will block some -- but not all -- views of Pikes Peak from a museum in downtown Colorado Springs.
Updated: 6:06 PM
Colorado Springs City Council has approved new water restrictions.
Updated: 6:03 PM
It's going to cost Colorado Springs Utilities customers more to heat their homes this Winter.
Updated: 5:08 PM
A panel investigating the alleged sexual assaults at the Air Force Academy is recommending 21 changes in policy.
Updated: 8:48 PM
Two Coloradans lose their lives to the West Nile virus.
Updated: 10:00 AM
Charges have been filed against the man who allegedly offered to kill Kobe Bryant's accuser.
Updated: 8:39 PM
The Department of Defense has identified a Fort Carson soldier killed this weekend in Iraq.
Updated: 8:35 PM
An ailing Colorado research worker has been successfully rescued from the South Pole.
Updated: 8:31 PM
A new coalition has been formed in Washington to defend the interests of ski and snowboard resorts.
Updated: 7:07 PM
Recovery crews are working to recover the remains of a sightseeing helicopter that crashed in the Grand Canyon Saturday.
Updated: 6:56 PM
Military officials say another soldier from Fort Carson has become a casualty of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Updated: 6:50 PM
77 more names are etched into the Firefighters' Memorial Wall this year.
Firefighters, family, and friends from all over the country gathered for this year's ceremony to remember those who went above and beyond the call of duty.
Updated: 8:57 PM
The strange saga of the Kobe Bryant rape case takes a strange turn leading to an arrest.
Updated: 8:49 PM
A repeat sex offender could be spending the rest of his life behind bars.
Updated: 8:43 PM
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