CNE’s Telford steps down, executive director position open

Lynne Telford is leaving her position as executive director of the Springs' Center for Nonprofit Excellence to work full time as Chief Operating Officer...

Springs groups send strong message to Governor Ritter

Colorado Springs business groups sent a statement of opposition yesterday to Gov. Bill Ritter's support of legislation that blocks the sale Pinon Canon land -...

Colorado Springs Credit Union takes new name

Colorado Springs Credit Union has changed its name to Aventa Credit Union. Don't run for Webster's or dictionary.com. The name is made up - and...

Senate sides with consumers, supports credit card bill

WASHINGTON (AP) - The credit card companies seem to have few friends on Capitol Hill these days, with even the most business-minded lawmakers siding...

Swine flu hits El Paso County

Two people in El Paso County have been hospitalized with confirmed cases of swine flu, according to the El Paso County Department of Health...

UCCS tuition to increase 5%

University of Colorado Regents approved across-the-board fall tuition increases today for all three CU campuses. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs tuition will increase 5...

American Express to cut 4,000 jobs

NEW YORK - American Express said Monday it is eliminating about 4,000 jobs as part of a plan to slash another $800 million in...

Obama to announce auto mileage, emissions standards

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's new fuel and emission standards for cars and trucks will save billions of barrels of oil but are...

Colorado pushing for ‘education Powerball’

The Obama administration is offering $4.4 billion to a select group of states willing to push school reforms, and Colorado officials are working on...

Lowe’s beats Wall Street prediction with 22% profit drop

CHICAGO (AP) - Lowe's Cos. Inc. said Monday that its fiscal first-quarter profit fell 22 percent but still managed to top Wall Street's expectations...

Colorado Libertarian Party elects new leadership

The Libertarian Party of Colorado elected new leadership to the Board of Directors during its annual convention Saturday. Chariman Travis Nicks, was replaced by David...

‘Glimmer of hope’ for economy

Although Colorado's unemployment is still high and job losses are expected to continue, positive national economic indicators will likely boost the state's small business...