80 Fort Carson soldiers returning from Afghanistan

About 80 Fort Carson soldiers are returning from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan. They're expected Tuesday night, although arrival times for returning soldiers have frequently...

Buffett, Welch: Bin Laden death won’t end terror

Two icons of U.S. business - Warren Buffett and Jack Welch - said Monday the death of Osama bin Laden was a thrill but...

More Fort Carson soldiers returning from Iraq

Another 600 Fort Carson soldiers are arriving home after a yearlong deployment in southern Iraq. They were scheduled to arrive today although the arrival times...

Spring buying boosted home prices for 2nd month

Home prices in major U.S. cities rose in May for the second straight month, propped up by a flurry of spring buyers. But after adjusting for such seasonal factors, prices fell in a majority of markets. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller home-price index released Tuesday showed that prices rose in 16 of the 20 cities tracked. […]
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Bosses, employees not seeing eye to eye on retirement plans

Less than half of small-business employers believe retirement plans are crucial to attracting quality employees – but that’s not what the employees believe. Less than 40 percent of small-business employers responding to a study said retirement plans are crucial for attracting employees, but 60 percent of responding employees said such plans are an important factor. […]
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United Way president Dallager to retire in June

Pikes Peak United Way President and CEO JD Dallager has announced he plans to retire on June 30 after leading the organization for six years.

Education officials visiting Colo. to see ‘Superman’

The U.S. Department of Education's director of community outreach is visiting Colorado. Alberto Retana will speak today at the Far Northeast Community Committee meeting at...

Econ. Development Corp. presents Leadership Awards

The Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation (EDC) presented its 2001 Leadership Awards to a receptive audience of business and civic leaders at a...

Federal grand jury looking into DaVita allegations

A federal grand jury is investigating the practices of Denver-based kidney-dialysis firm DaVita. Chief executive Kent Thiry said Wednesday it appears the Colorado investigation is part of an investigation that began in 2005 by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Missouri looking into allegations that DaVita overused the anemia drug Epogen and then billed the government […]
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URS 3Q profit grows 29%

International engineering giant URS Corp. reported revenue growth for the third quarter of 29 percent or $1.27 billion. The San Francisco-based company is one of...

Work-related deaths decrease in 2009

Work-related deaths in Colorado decreased by nearly 24 percent, said the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The number of deaths decreased from 105...

Colorado considers cuts to big game licenses

  The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering cuts for big game hunting for elk, deer and pronghorn sheep this year.   The commission is meeting Thursday in Grand Junction, where members will decide the best ways to stabilize herds.   Biologists are recommending a quota of 139,000 limited elk licenses, which represents a […]
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