Colorado Springs Police
Opinion: Crime is up, and Democratic lawmakers aren’t helping
Instead, they have made police work more difficult
Iraqi refugee sentenced to 45 years in prison for shooting Colorado Springs police officer in the head
Karrar Noaman Al Khammasi was convicted in June of attempted murder and other charges in the 2018 shooting that left Officer Cem Duzel with a serious brain injury
Thieves want your car’s catalytic converter — just as a new Colorado law drives up the cost to replace it
Thefts of the anti-pollution devices are way up, and so is the cost of replacing them amid clean-air rules that took effect this year
7 killed, including suspected gunman, in mass shooting at Colorado Springs birthday party
The suspected gunman was a boyfriend of one of the female victims. Authorities say he walked inside the home "and began shooting people at the party before taking his own life."
Stepmom arrested in Gannon Stauch disappearance was fired from teaching job days before boy went missing
Letecia Stauch was going through orientation for a job at Mountain Ridge Middle School in Academy School District 20 when her employment offer was rescinded. She previously taught elementary school in the Widefield district.
Polis rules out ordering attorney general’s investigation into fatal police shooting of De’Von Bailey
Gov. Jared Polis had earlier called for an independent review of the shooting and met with Bailey’s family, but stopped short of using his power to order the attorney general to investigate.
Gov. Polis and state lawmakers eye changes to how police-involved deaths are investigated in Colorado
County sheriffs and the top prosecutor in the state’s largest judicial district want the brakes pumped on the proposals and say the current system is working as it should
Gov. Polis meets with family of Colorado Springs teen De’Von Bailey, who was fatally shot by police in August
Jared Polis has called for a voluntary, independent investigation to be conducted into the shooting, but not exercised his power to force one
DNA testing leads to break in decades-old Colorado murder case. But privacy questions are being raised.
Police used a DNA database and a fast food cup to zero in on a suspect in the 1987 death of 20-year-old Fort Carson soldier Darlene Krashoc