Denver woman pleads guilty to charitable fraud

Candice Jenkins pled guilty to the crime of engaging in a charitable fraud scheme, according to news from John Suthers, Colorado Attorney General. The crime is a class five felony, and involved the Gathering Place, a shelter in Denver that provides services to women and their children experiencing issues with homelessness and poverty. Jenkins also […]
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Mexican population continues growth in Colo.

Residents of Mexican descent are becoming a larger part of Colorado's booming Hispanic population and their numbers are increasing where the state is seeing...

Barr Trail parking not free for long

On April 21, Manitou Springs City Council approved an ordinance to start charging to park in the lot at the base of Barr Trail. Just...

Mayor panhandling for USOC cash

Since the end of January, Mayor Lionel Rivera has been attempting to raise $1.5 million from wealthy, civic-minded individuals to prop up the troubled...

Peak Vista to move Women’s Clinic to Union Blvd.

The Peak Vista Community Health Centers will move its Women’s Health Center into its new location at 225 S. Union Blvd this week. The clinic is currently located at 350 Printers Parkway, and will open in its new location March 27. The staff will continue to see patients during the moving process. The new clinic […]
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Memorial consultant to be paid $285,000

The consultant hired to help guide the Commission on Ownership and Governance of Memorial Health System will be paid $285,000 for his work. The contract...

Event to feature 40+ women-owned businesses

More than 40 local, women-owned businesses will be showcased Saturday during a pop-up market event in downtown Colorado Springs. The six-hour Womxn of The Future:...

Marijuana dispensaries get reprieve

Colorado lawmakers rejected a proposed ban on medical marijuana dispensaries as they seek ways to regulate the booming industry. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee...

BofA halts foreclosure sales in 50 states

Potential flaws in foreclosure documents are threatening to throw the real estate industry into a full-blown crisis, as Bank of America on Friday became...

Greener pastures ahead for bioscience testing firm

Some men just aren’t satisfied with average performance or a passing grade. Take Maurice Gaubatz, President and CEO of Pyxant Labs, Inc., for example....