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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
Colorado Springs police crash into robbery suspect's car to make arrest

Colorado Springs police intentionally crashed into a car Wednesday night to catch an armed suspect possibly connected to numerous store robberies. Julian Benito Archuleta, 33, has been arrested for investigation of four counts of aggravated robbery and vehicular eluding, according to a police report.

New play in Colorado Springs wonders if bigots can change

Bruce Carter stars in the title role in "The Bigot," a new play by New York City playwrights Eva and Gabi Mor. It opens Friday at Funky Little Theater Company.

New York City actor channels Trump in new solo show coming to Colorado Springs

New York City actor and impersonator David Carl stars in his original solo show "Trump Lear." He'll bring it to Millibo Art Theatre Thursday through Saturday.

Colorado Springs man sentenced for house-flipping Ponzi scheme

A Colorado Springs man who bilked investors out of nearly $500,000 while posing as a contractor who fixed up and resold houses was sentenced Thursday. Fourth Judicial District Judge William Bain ordered Benjamin Myung Sik Rose to serve four years in prison for a Ponzi scheme that ran from August 2016 to April 2017.

Third sexual harassment complaint filed against Colorado state Rep. Steve Lebsock | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Cassie Tanner, a former legislative aide and one of five women who have publicly accused Democratic Rep. Steve Lebsock of sexual misconduct, announced Wednesday she has filed a formal sexual harassment complaint against the Thornton lawmaker. Lebsock took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon to contend that House Majority Leader KC Becker had not received nor read any such complaint.

Woman, 22, arrested in fatal stabbing south of Colorado Springs

Tatyana King was arrested Wednesday in connection to the fatal stabbing of a man south of Colorado Springs in the Stratmoor Hills area. A woman was arrested Wednesday in the fatal stabbing of a man south of Colorado Springs in the Stratmoor Hills area, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office announced.

Colorado Springs residents will get chance to speak out on Antlers Park arena | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The Colorado Springs City Council is expected to decide next week whether to launch a study of a controversial proposal to build a downtown sports and event center in city-owned Antlers Park or walk away from it. Before it makes a decision, the council will hold a public hearing as part of its formal meeting - giving area residents a chance to weigh in on the pros and cons of the proposal, said Council President Richard Skorman.

State health official: This year's deadly flu season might spread 'quite a bit longer' | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

An El Paso County child has died from the flu, and state health officials worry that the worst is yet to come as the virus circulates another two to three months. This case was the first influenza-related child death in Colorado since 2013.

Wednesday's traffic: Rollover crash blocking traffic in downtown Colorado Springs

The crash happened about 4:20 p.m., police said. No injuries were reported, but lanes are blocked in the area.

Potential shutdown would hit hardest at Colorado Springs military bases | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Col David Hodne, right, stands with Maj. Gen. Ryan Gonsalves Friday, June 9, 2017, during a welcome ceremony for incoming 4th Infantry Division Deputy Commander Hodne at Fort Carson.

Colorado Springs Airport had less snow than airports in the East and South

Colorado's dry winter has not been restricted to the high country. A total of 1.5 inches has been recorded at the Colorado Springs Airport since October.

Thursday satellite launch aims to bolster missile defense | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

GEO 3 Flight 4 Space Vehicle Delivery and Offload at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Photo courtesy U.S. Air Force.

Colorado Springs choral groups, orchestra collaborate on Music of the ...

Workers finish the landscaping outside The Ent Center of the Arts Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The new building opens in January 2018.

A busy weekend of activities around Colorado Springs: model trains,...

"The Chocolate Mountaineers Club," a musical delight, entertains families at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, in Studio Bee at the Pikes Peak Center. It's taken from the children's books of local artist/author Betz Smisek , has a cast of 40 young local performers and has music and lyrics by Colorado Springs Conservatory's Linda Weise.

Screech from 'Saved by the Bell' makes prison funny in upcoming Colorado Springs show

Actor and comedian Dustin Diamond, aka "Screech" from "Saved by the Bell," will perform Thursday through Saturday at Loonees Comedy Corner. Courtesy Dustin Diamond.

A Look Back

In 1955, Fannie Mae Duncan at home at 615 N. Corona St. in Colorado Springs, combing her hair in front of a dressing table. Duncan was a pioneering businesswoman in the Springs, owning and operating the Cotton Club on West Colorado Avenue.

'Joint roller' is actually a job

At a rate of about 40 rolls an hour, Danielle Anderson is responsible for rolling about 6,000 joints in the year and two months she's worked for Quality Choice dispensary in Colorado Springs. Once prohibited, the cannabis industry has its share of out-of-the-ordinary job titles.

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