Law firm paying for New Year’s Eve cab rides

McDivitt Law Firm will pay for Yellow Cab rides within Colorado Springs this New Year’s Eve. Attorney Mike McDivitt said he came up with the idea after he was startled by a recent survey that ranked Colorado Springs as the nation’s third drunkest city. “I love this town, and I just didn’t dream we’d have […]
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Aerospace incubator seeks new start-ups

The Center for Space Entrepreneurship is seeking new incubator candidates for its eSpace Incubator program. The center is a nonprofit business incubator and work-force development...

New Supreme Court term opens with Kagan aboard

The Supreme Court opened its new term with Justice Elena Kagan on the bench. The high court turned down hundreds of appeals, including one by...

CC plans new student housing complex

Colorado College plans to build 154 student housing units on the city block southeast of Nevada Avenue and Uintah street. The college has submitted...

Printers Park internal medicine group joins UCHealth

UCHealth has acquired Colorado Springs Internal Medicine, a primary care practice in Colorado Springs, adding 11 providers to the health system’s primary care network. The...

United Way provides grants to fire-relief agencies

Pikes Peak United Way gave more than $379,268 to 10 charities who are helping victims of the Waldo Canyon fire. The group paid the money from donations specifically for fire victims, and gave the money to organizations that were on the forefront of relief efforts. Recipient services included: rental and income assistance, mental health services, […]
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Chamber compiling military-spouse business directory

The Military Spouse Career Committee, a sub-committee of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, is compiling a directory of military-spouse-owned businesses. The resource will include listings...

Denver OKs medical marijuana dispensary rules

DENVER (AP) - Denver's City Council has passed proposed rules for medical marijuana dispensaries in the city. The rules are set to take effect March...

Goodwill, CSHP build new Monument centers

Discover Goodwill and Colorado Springs Health Partners P.C. (CSHP) will jointly hold a ground-breaking ceremony in Monument Wednesday to kick off the construction of...

In shift, feds target top execs for health fraud

It's getting personal now. In a shift still evolving, federal enforcers are targeting individual executives in health care fraud cases that used to be...

Pueblo residents leery of Superfund listing

  Pueblo residents living in a south side neighborhood that was home to an ore smelter in the late 1800s are telling federal officials they're...

CenturyLink post 78 percent lower profit

Phone company CenturyLink Inc.’s second-quarter profit fell 78 percent as it had to write off more than expected of the value of Qwest, which it bought in April. In another wrinkle to the $12.2 billion acquisition, the company lost more broadband subscribers in the Qwest areas than it gained, something that never happened when Qwest […]
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