Survey: TABOR should be repealed

A majority of Colorado voters surveyed by the Colorado Policy Institute say the Taxpayer Bill of Rights should be repealed. Fifty-five percent said the measure,...

UCCS Beth-El College of Nursing to be renamed after $8 million...

Nursing education and practice in Colorado and beyond will take a significant step forward following an $8 million grant to the Beth-El College of...

SBA resumes 90% guarantees on 7(a) loans

The Small Business Administration has resumed guaranteeing 90 percent of loans made through its flagship 7(a) program. The incentive was created to help SBA lending...

Fort Carson to host hiring event for transitioning service members

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In conjunction with the U.S. National Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Fort Carson will host a Hiring our Heroes Summit Sept. 18-19, to introduce transitioning...

Small businesses get some matchmaking help on landing government contracts

Small disadvantaged businesses can get some face-to-face time with federal contractors and other small businesses who have been successful in landing government contracts in...

World Affairs Council hosts former British diplomat

The Colorado Springs World Affairs Council will host Dr. Ray Raymond at its next reception Thursday. The reception begins at 5:30 p.m., with the program...

Colorado unemployment system broken

   The director of Colorado's unemployment department says the system is broken and many people are having trouble getting their checks. Colorado Department of Labor director...

Retirement savings watermark set during first quarter

The most recently tallied retirement savings numbers show Americans’ savings assets totaled $16.6 trillion at the end of the first quarter of this year. The...

Colo. consumer office worried about Qwest service

Consumer advocates want Colorado regulators to raise service standards and potential fines for Qwest as it considers its proposed merger with CenturyTel. Colorado's Office of...

Gun sales skyrocket as fear drives demand

Gun maker Smith & Wesson reported a fourth-fiscal-quarter, net-sales increase of nearly 20 percent, a sales jump of about $99.5 million. That surpassed the net...

Copper Ridge: Powers project a race against the clock

Now that the Colorado Springs City Council has signed off the Copper Ridge retail project, it faces a 2018 deadline to finish the Powers...

Armendariz funeral services scheduled

Funeral services for Robert Lee “Bob” Armendariz, who passed away May 2, will be held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 1830 South Corona Ave. in Colorado Springs.