The two hikers were lost, and totally unprepared for the conditions.
Last year, FOX21 helped the Give! campaign raise more than $1.5 million for 75 local nonprofits.
You don't need to move to Hollywood to become a thespian.
FOX21's Lauren McDonald went to Hope thru Hooves to horse around and learn about the power of the pony.
The melodrama is vaudeville-style--full of singing, dancing, and a whole lot of laughter.
The event gives kids an opportunity to see, touch, and even climb on vehicles of all sizes and shapes.
Stacey Graham, director of EdVenture Programs, joined us on FOX21 Morning News with more information about the programs.
The fundraiser helped provide scholarships to the musicians, since instruments, lessons, and trips can be costly.
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They're covering the cost of the oil, filters, and labor, so 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Flick's family.
This year's theme is Renaissance in Ice.
After the game Sunday, Sunrise Church delivered soup to local organizations who help the needy in our community, like Mercy's Gate and Marion House.
FOX21 and the Independent thank everyone who participated to make this year's campaign the most successful one so far.
Sunday, Fallen Heroes Tattoo offered tattoos of three arrows. Fifteen percent of the tattoo fees went to the Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association.
The organizations are sponsoring a free flu shot clinic Sunday from 5-7 p.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 2030 West Colorado Avenue.
Speakers include the Colorado Springs Police Department's trafficking unit and Youth Education and Safety in Schools (Y.E.S.S.) program instructor Deputy Jay Martin.
A quarter auction will be held Saturday at 6 p.m. at the American Legion Post 209 at Jeannine Drive and Van Teylingen Drive.
The event supports the American Heart Association's mission of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.