Judge rules suit over health overhaul can go to trial

A federal judge ruled Thursday that parts of a lawsuit by 20 states seeking to void the Obama administration's health care overhaul can go...

US cuts corn, soybean outlook as drought burns on

U.S. corn growers could have their worst crop in a generation as the harshest drought in decades takes its toll, the government reported Friday...

Volcano eruption forces USA Boxing team to bow out

The large Icelandic volcano eruption has caused the U.S.A Boxing team to withdraw from the International Boxing Association World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan. The...

Greccio to buy 2 foreclosed apartment buildings

Greccio Housing is preparing to close on two apartment buildings that will increase their inventory of affordable housing by more than 30 percent. Lee Patke, Greccio executive director, said he couldn’t discuss specifics about the buildings or the bank that owns them until the closings on Feb. 6 and March 6. But the two buildings, […]
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Democrats meet with Obama over tax cuts deal

President Barack Obama called Democratic leaders to the White House Monday in hopes of advancing a year-end bipartisan compromise to extend expiring tax cuts...

Training center readying for Games

Ever wonder what goes on at the Olympic Training Center when the actual Olympics are taking place? It turns out, a little downtime and a...

Legislative session a success, Chamber says

Businesses didn’t win all of their legislative battles this year, but that isn’t stopping Springs lobbyists from declaring the session a success. As a result of the session, businesses will soon be able to buy health insurance through co-ops known as exchanges, and they regained two tax credits lost during the last session. On the […]
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Quiznos cycling race announces broadcast partners

Gov. John Hickenlooper and former Gov. Bill Ritter are among those who will be on hand for the announcement of several broadcasters teaming up...

Colo. jobless claims drop to two-year low

The number of Coloradans filing unemployment benefits claims has dropped to the lowest level in nearly two years. The U.S. Department of Labor said today...

Three local companies named to state’s top list

Colorado Springs has three winners among the state's 2010 Colorado Companies to Watch: TeleMatrix Inc., Neumann Systems Group and Rivada Networks LLC. Companies to Watch...

Travins balks at PIF to shore up USOC project

Luke Travins doesn't much like the proposed public improvement fee that Mayor Lionel Rivera has been peddling to downtown establishments during the last several weeks. The voluntary 1 percent fee, which bars and restaurants would collect from patrons to help finance the U.S. Olympic Committee's new headquarters building, has serious structural problems, said Travins, who is part-owner and regional manager of Concept Restaurants, which owns Jose Muldoon's, MacKenzie's Chophouse and The Ritz Grill in downtown.

January job cuts up

Planned workforce reductions announced by United States employers spiked 69 percent during January to 74,986, up from 44,416 during December. It was...