So far, Project Colorado Cares has received over 400 messages saying things like, ‘I Love You’ and ‘Let’s Be Friends Forever.’ These letters have come from everywhere including Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia and even as far as Afghanistan. Even Air Force Academy cadets, Native Americans, farmers and homeless people have taken the time to write letters.
The Monument Police Department is reporting an officer had to be hospitalized following an incident Wednesday night. Police are reporting a suspicious vehicle was spotted in a parking lot near Jackson Creek Parkway and Leather Chaps Drive.
Colorado is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold its anti-discrimination law in the face of a challenge by a Christian web designer who does not want to create custom wedding websites for same-sex couples.
The City of Colorado Springs and Exponential Impact have partnered to launch a program called Survive and Thrive: Propel COS. This grant program will help local Colorado Springs businesses that are “struggling with the negative impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Jared Polis, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe and others are highlighting a new law aimed at saving school districts money while protecting the health of our youngest Coloradans.