More Headlines

Missile System Move

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Peterson Air Force Base is in the running to be the new home of the Space and Missile Systems Center.

Read More

Welcome Wagon

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Fort Carson soldiers returning home from Iraq are getting more than just hugs and kisses.

Read More

Partying 101

Updated: 03/22/2004 - The University of Colorado at Boulder is number one. Not in academics or research, but in partying.

Read More

Soldier Suicide

Updated: 03/20/2004 - The suicide of Fort Carson Green Beret William Howell is getting attention from the Defense Department.

Read More

Friends in High Places

Updated: 03/20/2004 - State attorney general Ken Salazar is getting a little help from the feds in his run for Senate.

Read More

Drought Deadline

Updated: 03/20/2004 - Unless some major storms come to the rescue, the state will be in a drought this year.

Read More

Gunlock Giveaway

Updated: 03/20/2004 - Colorado law enforcement agencies expect to distribute more than 360 thousand gun locks next week as part of a nationwide campaign to protect children.

Read More

Soldiers Killed

Updated: 03/18/2004 - U.S. military officials say two American soldiers have been killed and two more wounded in fighting in central Afghanistan.

Read More

Education Proposal

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Educators across the country are watching to see if Denver teachers accept a groundbreaking proposal to base pay raises on student performance rather than a teacher's longevity.

Read More

March Madness

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Thousands of basketball fans have packed the Pepsi Center in Denver for first-round action in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

Read More

Animal Cruelty

Updated: 03/18/2004 - A preliminary hearing has been set for next month for a teenager accused of setting dogs on fire.

Read More

Kobe Bryant Case

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Prosecutors in Kobe Bryant's sexual assault case say the alleged victim didn't give up her medical-records privacy rights just because she didn't ask Bryant's lawyers to return some.

Read More

Iraq Explosions

Updated: 03/17/2004 - A bombing at an Iraqi hotel kills at least 27 people and leaves dozens more injured.

Read More

Fort Carson Soldier Killed In Iraq

Updated: 03/17/2004 - The Department of Defense identifies the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment soldier killed in Iraq on Wednesday.

Read More

Water Restrictions

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Colorado Springs Utilities customers may be able to water their lawns more frequently this summer.

Read More

St. Patrick's Day Traditions

Updated: 03/17/2004 - There is much more to the Irish holiday than just green beer, corned beef and shamrocks.

Read More

Colorado Economy

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Colorado has lost more than 115,000 jobs since the recession started.

Read More

Hit & Run Victim Dies

Updated: 03/16/2004 - The teenage girl involved in a hit and run accident in Canon City dies from her injuries.

Read More

911 Tapes from Accidental Shooting

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Colorado Springs police release the 911 tapes from an accidental shooting which left a 12 year old boy middle school student dead.

Read More

Wildfires

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Wind-driven wildfires in several Colorado counties today forced the evacuation of more than 80 families, blackened hundreds of acres and destroyed 11-thousand bales of hay..

Read More

Some Ammonium Nitrate Recovered

Posted: 03/15/2004 - A portion of the ammonium nitrate stolen last summer from a local construction company has been located.

Read More

Rare Silver Dollar Worth Millions

Updated: 03/15/2004 - A Colorado Springs group says it's located the first silver dollar ever struck in the United States.

Read More

Steve Moore Returns to Colorado

Updated: 04/09/2005 - The Colorado Avalanche player is now at a Denver-area hospital, after suffering a broken neck in an attack on the ice in Vancouver.

Read More

DOW Begins Fish Relocation

Updated: 03/15/2004 - The Colorado Division of Wildlife began harvesting the fish at Prospect Lake on Monday. That’s so the lakebed can be lined with 150,000 cubic yards of clay. That will stop lake water from seeping into the ground.

Read More
KKTV 520 E. Colorado Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Office: (719) 634-2844 Fax: (719) 632-0808 News Fax: (719) 634-3741
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability