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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

Zip Codes associated with colorado springs, colorado: 80903 80904 80905 80906 80907 80908 80909 80910 80911 80913 80915 80916 80917 80918 80919 80920 80921 80922 80925 80926 80928
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Colorado Springs News
Tolls on Colorado interstate expansions likely, popular or not | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Looking north towards Castle Rock Thursday, Deceber 22, 2016 as heavy traffic moves along I-25 which is two lanes in each direction. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette A bill last year to plow $300 million a year in sales tax revenue into transportation needs in Colorado bogged down over tolling.

Weather blog: Full call-out for plow trucks as snow continues to fall across Colorado Springs | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

At the Denver International Airport, airlines have canceled 154 flights due to the weather. Officials ask travelers to check with their airlines for flight status.

Disabled vet gets inventive boost from Colorado School of Mines | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Velette Britt, who was paralyzed in 2015 will get a curb-climbing device for her wheelchair and improvements to her hand-cycle thanks to engineering students at the Colorado School of mines.

Indoor velodrome expected to draw cyclists to Detroit

In a photo from Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, riders cycle in the Lexus Velodrome in Detroit. The indoor cycling track is expected to draw bike riders from other cold-weather states and across the U.S. while giving inner-city youth an opportunity to participate for free in the fast-moving and growing sport.

Haefner named DU's new Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor

Jeremy Haefner, who previously held leadership posts at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, was named last week as the University of Denver's Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor effective July 15. Haefner's hiring as DU's chief academic officer came after the school announced late last year it was reorganizing the Office of Provost and Vice Chancellor. Haefner joins DU from the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, where for 10 years, he served as provost and senior vice president of academic affairs.

New Pikes Peak region schools from north to south stir sense of excitement

A new prechool through eighth grade school will be built on a 25-acre site in Lorson Ranch in southeast Colorado Springs, in Widefield School District 3. Photo by Debbie Kelley From north to south, new schools are taking shape along Colorado Springs' rapidly growing eastern corridor, all a result of voter-approved financing. Not too long ago, an antelope herd inhabited an 84-acre chunk of land where Research Parkway dead-ends in the Wolf Ranch neighborhood in northern Colorado Springs.

Glimpses: Inside Green Mountain Falls shop, nothing fades | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Tawny is a constant companion for Mike Urban at Mike's Urban Electronics in Green Mountain Falls. Tawny has numerous spots where she can hide and take a nap.

Colorado national parks, monuments: What's open, what's closed during the government shutdown | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

The North Rim and East Portal roads are closed for the winter, and the South Rim Drive is closed to vehicle traffic beyond Gunnison Point. Cross country skiers and snowshoeing is still allowed in the South Rim Drive area when conditions permit.

Insights: Colorado's Cory Gardner rides the Trump roller-coaster from Yuma to the spotlight | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner speaks at a town hall as guests hold red "disagree" and green "agree" cards Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, at Pikes Peak Community College. Photo by James Wooldridge, The Gazette Coloradans in the U.S. House and the Senate seem to have a handle on this Trump thing.

Denver not biting on Apple's proposed second campus

Apple's plans to build a second campus in the U.S. won't be pursued by Denver because the potential jobs don't pay enough, according to officials who work with the state to attract new business to the metro area. "The project is really for a technical support center, and while we have existing Apple locations, we're not confident that the wages of a technical support center would support wage growth opportunities in Colorado," said Sam Bailey, vice president of economic development for the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. "They are looking in lower-cost markets."

Suspect identified after gunbattle in northeast Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs police are searching for a man who they say shot at officers Friday near Union and Vickers on Friday evening. The shooting prompted a lockdown on an entire neighborhood.

Colorado women's marches are expected to draw thousands | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Tens of thousands in Civic Center Park for the Women's March on Denver January 21, 2017. Thousands of women and allies are expected to turn out this weekend for marches in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction, Steamboat Springs and other Colorado locales.

Guest Column: Offering compassion to those facing pregnancy decisions

For 45 years, tens of thousands have gathered in the nation's capital around the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision to express support for the pre-born and their mothers.

Man accused of stealing mail, packages across Pikes Peak region and 'stink bombing' post office

A man arrested Friday is accused of stealing packages and U.S. mail from homes across the Pikes Peak region three to five times a week for a year, the Teller County Sheriff's Office announced. Robert Hammontree was arrested on suspicion of theft, obstructing government operations and use of a noxious substance, the Sheriff's Office said.

European aircraft interior manufacturer awarded incentives to move to Colorado Springs

Cars in the long-term parking lot at the Colorado Springs Airport Wednesday, September 21, 2016 as a United Airlines flight bound for Houston takes off. A European aircraft interior manufacturer was awarded more than $700,000 in state income tax credits Thursday by the Colorado Economic Development Commission if it builds a manufacturing plant in Colorado Springs that would employ 60 people.

Colorado Springs approves $2.5 million settlement for female police officers over physical fitness test | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Officer Matthew Fleming, left, and his fellow graduating officers listen to Mayor John Suthers speech during the 67th Colorado Springs Police Department commencement ceremony that took place at Village Seven Presbyterian Church on Friday January 12, 2018 in Colorado Springs. The class was the largest one thus far for the department.

Colorado Springs chef continues to win challenges to stay in the pack of chefs wanting to be Top Chef | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Brother Luck, owner of Four by Brother in Colorado Springs and a contestant on "Top Chef" 15, won the "Last Chance Kitchen" this week in Episode 7, "Olympic Dreams." Luck had packed his knives during Episode 6 and was sent to Last Chance Kitchen, where he won the challenge against Tu David Phu.

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