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The city has enjoyed close ties to the US military and can attribute much of its growth to nearby military installations. Camp Carson was initially used as a training base for soliders preparing to leave for World War 2, the local airfield was taken over by the Air Force and later became Peterson Air Force Base and the city was selected to house the new Air Force Academy. Also, NORAD's main facility was built in nearby Cheyenne Mountain.

Population: 414658
Local Newspapers: The Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Triple A Baseball) Air Force Academy (Falcons)
Local Colleges: Colorado College US Air Force Academy

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Colorado Springs News
Offensive email sent to Colorado College students, staff spurs call to action against racism

An anonymous, offensive email with white supremacist overtones that was sent to some Colorado College students and staff on Tuesday is producing a call to action against racism. Jesus Loayza, a 2016 CC graduate who works as a policy analyst with the Colorado Center on Law and Policy in Denver, said he's organizing alumni living in the Denver area to write letters of response.

Guest Column: Amr proud of its record while serving Colorado Springs

The Gazette article "Complaints over ambulance lateness" presented some facts regarding American Medical Response's response times to emergency calls. However, a sound understanding of the facts presented requires more context than the article provided.

Predators posing danger to pets on Colorado Springs West Side

The scenario isn't exactly "lions and tigers and bears - oh my" from "The Wizard of Oz." But in Old Colorado City these days, it's awfully close.

Shots fired outside the Citadel Mall

The Gazette is Colorado Springs's most trusted source for breaking news, sports, weather, obituaries, politics, business, art, entertainment, blogs, video, photos. Things to do this weekend in and around Colorado Springs: Drowning Pool, Arc films, Mad Hatter, Vietnam POW/MIAs, log cabins Several people called the police just before 4:30 p.m. regarding gunfire.

Vietnam War wives call mayday in new Colorado Springs exhibit

January 26, 1973. President Nixon talking informally with officials of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia .

Lawsuit over tainted Widefield water won't cover sick pets | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Residents fill up jugs with drinkable water at a water station on Powers and Fontaine blvds on Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016. A local lawyer says nearly 7,000 clients have joined a suit against the manufacturers of perfluorinated compounds that have contaminated wells for water users in Security, Widefield and Fountain.

Mile High City comes to Pikes Peak: Denver restaurants and bars expand to Colorado Springs | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

In the building that formerly housed Southside Johnny's in downtown Colorsdo Springs, construction is underway for three new tenants, Atomic Cowboy, Fat Sully's Pizza and Denver Biscuit Co. of Denver.

Replica T-rex burns at Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The mighty roaring T-Rex at the Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience went up in flames Thursday morning. Photo courtesy Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience) The mighty roaring T-rex at the Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience went up in flames Thursday morning after an electrical issue caused the beast to belch flames instead of its iconic roar, the exhibit said on Facebook.

Pikes Picks: Colorado Springs' best Cajun food can be found in a drab strip mall

Momma Pearl's Cajun Cafe Cajun Sample Platter - Red Beans and Rice, Crawfish Etouffe and Chicken Gumbo. Colorado Springs' best Cajun food hides in a drab strip mall.

El Paso County deputy wounded in February gunbattle says he's 'feeling pretty good,' plans to return to duty | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

El Paso County Sheriff's deputy Scott Stone at a presentation at the Sheriff's office on Thursday, March 22, 2018.Stone is recovering from being shot during a firefight. All smiles and jokes, El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy Scott Stone said he's "feeling pretty good" six weeks after being wounded in a gunbattle that killed a fellow deputy.

Pikes Pub: Penrose cider-maker expands distribution to Colorado Springs

Pueblo West resident Kevin Williams, of Apple Valley Cider Co., uses locally-sourced apples from the Penrose area to create his alcoholic ciders, which are now available in Colorado Springs. Courtesy photo.

McMaster firing sends shock waves through Colorado Springs

The departure of H.R. McMaster as the Trump administration's national security adviser sent shock waves Thursday through Colorado Springs, where the three-star general is remembered as the highly-intelligent and hard-nosed commander of Fort Carson's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. McMaster led the 5,200-soldier regiment of Colorado Springs troops through one of the biggest fights of the Iraq war in the 2005 battle of Tal Afar.

The 28 most terrifying things to do in Colorado

Gallery by: OutThere Colorado From climbing mountains to massive canyon swings, here's a list of Colorado things sure to get your adrenaline pumping. Keep in mind that some of these activities might be dangerous.

Colorado Springs Philharmonic tackles powerful, popular Beethoven's 5th

Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is one of the trickier pieces to conduct, said Thomas Wilson, who will conduct the Colorado Springs Philharmonic's performances Saturday and Sunday. "It's one of the first pieces I played when I was studying piano as a kid.

Fremont County clerk accused of embezzling more than $220K threatened to fire employees

Arrest records say the Fremont County clerk and recorder accused of embezzling more than $220,000 from taxpayers over a seven-year period tried to keep the investigation secret by threatening to fire employees who talked about it. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that 36-year-old Katie Barr was jailed Tuesday on suspicion of embezzlement of public property, witness intimidation, harassment and fraud by check.

Colorado Springs burlesque troupe celebrating 10 years of Peaks and Pasties

When Lindzey Martucci - Lola Spitfire to her fans - founded Peaks and Pasties a decade ago in decidedly conservative Colorado Springs, the odds were stacked against her. But her female intuition told her that beneath the Victorian exterior was a rich vein to be tapped.

Colorado Springs businessman Barry Farah launches 11th-hour bid for Colorado governor

"I think we have a window to potentially do very well with the assembly," said Republican businessman Barry Farah, a late entrant in Colorado's gubernatorial primary. Colorado Springs businessman Barry Farah is jumping in the crowded Republican primary for governor Wednesday, barely three weeks before the GOP state assembly, saying he wants to "reform the state of Colorado's government to have a more humble view of itself."

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