AIG set to repay $37 billion in bailout money

AIG said Monday it raised nearly $37 billion from the sale of two foreign insurance units and will use that money to repay a...

Confidence low among Western homeowners

Zillow released its first quarter Homeowner Confidence Survey this week, which found that while homeowner confidence rose nationally, Western homeowners – including those in...

Insurance exchanges get federal approval, decide payment methods

Earlier this month, the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange reached a major milestone toward opening in 2013: conditional federal approval. The exchange, a nonprofit, quasi-governmental agency responsible for creating and deploying a new virtual marketplace for health insurance, is one of six nationwide to receive federal approval. The exchange submitted its application in early October to […]
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Maes counting on tea party support in S. Colorado

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is counting on tea party support during a gubernatorial debate in southern Colorado. Maes' spokesman Nate Strauch says several tea...

Harrison 1st grade teacher wins Milken award

First-grade teacher Gina Oellig of Soaring Eagles Elementary School in Harrison School District 2 has been given the the Milken Educator Award. Each year, the Milken Foundation...

New laws ban happy hour, regulate fire-breathing and highlight contribution of...

State laws taking effect as 2012 begins require girls seeking abortions in New Hampshire to first tell their parents or a judge; voters in...

Obama draws industry into space launches

It's a new day for space - and for American industry. President Barack Obama outlined his vision for the future of the space program, placing...

First ‘State of Small Business’ lunch scheduled

Four business and economic experts will discuss the future of the local, state and national economies at the first State of Small Business luncheon. The...

Incubator ‘graduates’ few, far between

Despite the help they get, few make it on their own The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator, where fledgling companies are nurtured as they learn to make their way into the world, has graduated three companies in its nearly 10-year history. Two more are readying to leave the nest next year. If those sound like small […]
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Senior citizen conference scheduled for June 3

Hundreds of senior citizens will converge on Denver June 3 for the 2009 Salute to Seniors conference at the Colorado Convention Center. The event is...

Garden of the Gods Park named a Great Public Space

Garden of the Gods Park is one of 10 Great Public Spaces for 2011. It’s a designation given by the American Planning Association under the organization’s Great Places in America program. City and park officials planned to be on hand at the Garden of the Gods this morning to celebrate the news. “Colorado Springs residents […]
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No fee for carry on luggage

Five major U.S. carriers have agreed not to follow the lead of a small Florida airline that plans to charge for carry-on bags. Their commitment...