States woo Calif. dairymen with less regulation

The number of dairies in California has plummeted by more than 500 in the past decade, with many moving to other states enticing them...

Colo. Competitive Council names new director

The Colorado Competitive Council, a statewide business advocacy group, has named Sara Cassidy as its director. The council, also known as C3, was created as...

Android extends dominance in smartphones worldwide

  Research firm IDC says Google's Android operating system has extended its dominance in the smartphone market largely because of the success of Samsung's line...

Ford to build first transmission plant in China

A Ford Motor Co. joint venture in China will spend $350 million to build the company's first transmission plant in the world's largest auto...

Airline employees recognized

Colorado Springs' American Airlines employees won one of five national awards for customer service on May 12. For the first quarter of the year, American's local employees...

Website seeks to increase health care dialogue

A new website leverages social media to encourage a conversation about health care quality, cost and delivery. The site, www.civhc.org, was launched by Colorado's Center for...

Northcom spokesman: Bin Laden death ‘great thing’

The death of Osama bin Laden has special significance for the U.S. Northern Command, which was created after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to guard...

Contest under way to design Vail wildlife crossing

Firms from around the world are competing to design a wildlife crossing that could be installed over Interstate 70 in Vail. The Colorado Department of...

Lone Ranger movie to bring money, jobs to town

Officials in the small Colorado mountain town of Creede are hoping set construction for a Lone Ranger movie will bring more jobs and workers. The...

Jobs, med school top questions about Memorial proposals

Questions about Layoffs and a medical campus dominated a public meeting yesterday about the future of  Memorial Health System. Centura Health pledged $1.5 million a year for the medical school campus, and Memorial board chairman Jim Moore said he thought a new, independent nonprofit Memorial would match that money. That means that Colorado Springs would […]
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Abortion amendment faces new Colorado deadline

Abortion opponents in Colorado are hoping to make a second deadline to get enough signatures to ask voters this fall to ban abortion. Personhood USA...

Poll: Americans support government regulation of business

A majority of respondents to a Pew Research Center poll conducted during May approved of the Department of the Treasury's crack down on financial...