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The National Cybersecurity Center’s next free adult education cybersecurity course starts next week — and for the first time, the NCC will offer both virtual classes across the country and in person classes.

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Mayor John Suthers has labeled the decision to move Space Command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama, as a political move to reward loyalists of the president.

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The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced the launch of Ascent, a first-of-its-kind, free digital e-learning platform geared to help women entrepreneurs grow and expand their businesses. 

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Governor Jared Polis has warned Coloradans not to see the COVID-19 vaccine as a reason to relax, urging people to wear masks, avoid gatherings and physical distance from others.

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In-N-Out Burger claims the distinction of having the second highest number of employees infected with the coronavirus COVID-19 in El Paso County, with the exception of nursing care facilities, but yet keeps its doors open.

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The city of Colorado Springs is asking the public to comment on the draft plan for using 2021 federal block grant funds, to make sure the plan matches the needs of the community.

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On July 31, 1871, Gen. William Jackson Palmer and a group of citizens gathered at the southeast corner of Pikes Peak and Cascade avenues and declared Colorado Springs to be an established city within the state of Colorado. They sealed their declaration by driving an iron stake into the ground.

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It was while living the military-spouse life in Germany that Jessica Fierro first found her taste for the country’s unofficial beverage — beer. 

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It’s safe to say we’re all done with 2020 — ready to catch our breath, connect with loved ones (even if it means yet another Zoom) and look ahead to better times.

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El Paso County Public Health received a shipment of 300 Moderna COVID-19 vaccines Dec. 22, just one week after the first shipment of Pfizer vaccines arrived.   

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Revenues from traffic and parking meter violations, surcharges and court costs soared in 2019 compared to the previous year, bringing more than $2 million, or 41 percent more in revenue, to the Municipal Court, while the Municipal Court's expenses rose by only 9.5 percent, according to a rec…

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The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission voted Dec. 16 to reverse a previous decision to accelerate by a year the retirement of the Ray Nixon Power Plant in Colorado Springs and two other Colorado coal-fired units.

November retail sales dropped from October but still showed the sixth consecutive monthly year-over-year gain, the National Retail Federation announced Dec. 16.

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It appears that even the coronavirus pandemic isn't slowing down entrepreneurs when it comes to starting a new business in Colorado. Although the news has been bleak at times, Colorado’s business confidence improved in the third quarter of 2020, up from record lows in the spring.

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Three local nonprofit organizations have each received a $200,000 grant from USAA to help advance racial equality in the Colorado Springs community. This is part of a three-year, $50 million national commitment to advance racial equality that USAA announced in October.