Petty Officer 2nd Class Thomas James made his first public comments on the shooting in a statement issued through the hospital where he is recovering from injuries he suffered in the attack
Jim Morrissey: Honoring the resilience and quick action of a Club Q community in mourning
Jim Morrissey’s cartoon honors the actions of patrons who sprung into action to prevent even further loss of life when a gunman opened fire at the welcoming Club Q in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs police praise patrons who disarmed Club Q shooter, confirm identities of five victims who died
Thomas James and Richard Fierro confronted the gunman, preventing him from killing others
Mass shootings are increasing in Colorado. Here are three charts that explain the trend.
More than half of mass shootings in Colorado since 2013 have occurred in the last three years
“It was an attack on freedom”: Hundreds remember Club Q shooting victims at vigil
Inside All Souls Unitarian Church in downtown Colorado Springs, people packed shoulder to shoulder in memory of the 5 killed Saturday night
5 killed, 17 wounded in shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs
A gunman entered Club Q just before midnight and began shooting. Club patrons were able to stop the gunman, police say. The suspect is in custody.
Colorado man dead after encounter with mental health team
A crisis response team tried to guide the man out of a roadway and a “struggle” ensued, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department.
Republican candidate for Colorado House falsely claims Planned Parenthood sells body parts, FBI instigated U.S. Capitol riot
Pastor Scott Bottoms, who calls himself anti-establishment and part of the “far right,” is expected to cruise to victory Tuesday in the GOP-leaning House District 15
Colorado Springs man accused of trying to send top secret documents to a foreign government
Jareh Sebastian Dalke, a former National Security Agency employee, wanted $85,000 in cryptocurrency in exchange for the information, federal documents say
What the staff at Poor Richard’s Books suggests for your next great read
The folks at Poor Richard’s Books in Fort Collins recommend “Fox Creek,” “Hell and Back” and “Calling for a Blanket Dance.”