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Penny will be honored with a life-size statue outside of the zoo's giraffe barn. [Read More]
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Gretchen Pressley of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region introduces us to Teddy, this week's Pet of the Week. [Read More]
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More than 100 Chick-fil-a fans lined up outside the chain's newest store, hoping to earn their chance to recieve free Chick-fil-a for an entire year. [Read More]
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The two rock 'n' roll groups are hitting the road for the Supernatural Now tour. [Read More]
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The company is in the process of buying land in the Campus at Foothills Farm development northeast of Interstate 25 and Interquest Parkway. [Read More]
A man left empty-handed after trying to rob a northeastern Colorado Springs business Tuesday afternoon, according to police. [Read More]
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A local mom and son, known for their successful family-owned restaurants in downtown Colorado Springs land a spot in the finale of a Food Network... [Read More]
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Getting a new lease on life; a group of bear cubs was released back into the wild just in time for a long winter's nap. [Read More]
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Around 1,000 soldiers come back from their deployment to afghanistan and will be reunited with their families at Fort Carson this week. [Read More]
On Tuesday, Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) introduced legislation to establish the Commission on the State of the U.S. Olympics and Paralympics. [Read More]
Deb Walker is a champion of equality, diversity and inclusion. [Read More]
Colorado Springs police responded to a reported shooting at a southeast apartment complex, Tuesday afternoon. [Read More]
PC, an 11-year-old Dutch Shepherd, died December 27 after a brief battle with cancer. [Read More]
The search was part of an investigation into a crime pattern in the area. [Read More]
The Stray Suns joined us in the FOX21 studios to spread some light ahead of their debut album release. [Read More]
Police are notifying the public about a sexually violent predator who is on probation and recently moved to a new address in northeastern Colorado Springs. [Read More]
About six miles north of the bustling city of Orlando is a tiny town steeped in history. [Read More]
An enslaved man who passed in 1798, was used not only in life but in death by the surgeon who owned him. [Read More]
Crossroads investing $1.4 million in this new center, but issues during construction delaying opening. [Read More]
A plaque marking a future memorial honoring dogs that have served along the U.S military in war was stolen in the week leading up to... [Read More]
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