These employees survived the Planned Parenthood shooting. They say the organization could have done more to help them.
The Colorado Sun spoke with four former Planned Parenthood employees who were in the Colorado Springs clinic the day of the attack and all insist the health care provider didn’t do enough to support them afterward
Coloradans keep rejecting statewide tax questions to fund transportation. Democrats are now eyeing a regional approach.By Jesse Paul Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
Gov. Polis meets with family of Colorado Springs teen De’Von Bailey, who was fatally shot by police in AugustBy Jesse Paul Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
President Donald Trump formally launched Space Command in December and Colorado has been on the short list for its home
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
Dragon boat racing, with its unlikely rise and massive Denver festival, is adapting to include everyone
Denver’s dragon-boat race is still about Asian culture, but it’s also a growing competitive sport attracting racers with disabilities who plan to compete at nationals in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs’ downtown creek has long been viewed as a blight. Then one man started catching trout in it.
Colorado Springs is one of only a few remaining Front Range cities without a creek or river being regularly used for recreation. “There’s so many opportunities," said Alan Peak.
Colorado attorney general intervenes in $4.3 billion DaVita-UnitedHealth merger just as deal is finalized
DaVita Medical Group owns two large physicians’ groups in Colorado Springs totaling more than 100 doctors, meaning the sale would have affected patients in the region
Colorado is creating a network of doctors to diagnose child abuse and keep kids from slipping through the safety net
The state has just six doctors board certified in child abuse pediatrics, and they’re all on the Front Range
The security-focused bootcamp SecureSet finds 40% of its students are veterans while Colorado Springs is building a city to keep people transitioning out of the military
Business interests breathed a sigh of relief after the paid family leave bill was turned into a study. But an equal pay measure they are concerned about is still up in the air
Colorado Springs has big plans for its downtown. But first the city must deal with the Martin Drake Power Plant.
The success of the city’s redevelopment plans -- including a U.S. Olympic museum and a downtown sports stadium -- depend on powering down the massive coal-fired electric plant, Colorado Springs' leaders say