The program includes videos and presentations about the problem of human trafficking and how you can help stop it.
An ethics instructor at the Air Force Academy has been arrested on a charge of internet luring of a child, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.
We all know that spring showers will bring flowers, but how do you entertain the kiddos and keep them active when the weather is less than wonderful?
Gretchen Pressley of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region introduces us to Zoey, this week's Pet of the Week.
In order to keep safety and security a priority, the NFL requires that fans do not bring a list of items into the NFL Draft Experience, Main Stage and Selection Square.
The Crayon Initiative gives old crayons a new life while adding a little color to the lives of kids in hospitals.
A man was arrested after he jumped from a second-floor balcony in an attempt to evade officers in southern Colorado Springs Tuesday night, according to police.
Deputies counted about 38 plants, which is more than the legal limit of 12 per household.
Staff members told the son they think she got out the back door. His mother was in her wheelchair heading towards Highway 24, but somehow fell off her wheelchair and ended up in a cement-lined drainage culvert.
In this week's Weather Whys we'll take a closer look at how hail forms.
It'll take about 3 months for all the water to drain and it won't be full again until the spring of 2021.
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers is hiring 90 employees for its first Colorado Springs restaurant, which is set to open May 29.
The organization has a local branch in Colorado Springs that hosts a variety of events, including trail hikes, urban strolls, toddler crawls, and more.
The American Numismatic Association is celebrating National Coin Week with free admission through Saturday.
The birth is especially significant because there are only 131 Mexican wolves in the wild, and about 300 in human care.
On Earth Day they decided to pick up trash on Pikes Peak Greenway Trail.