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LED lighting can save money and the planet at the same time.

Nearly 7,000 Coloradans will see checks in the mail from a settlement earlier this year that the Colorado Attorney General’s Office reached with Navient, a student loan servicer that used widespread unfair, deceptive and predatory loan servicing practices.

Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum's Gift of History campaign kicks off Aug. 2 with a week of public programs to show how it preserves and shares the region's cultural history, and to raise $100,000 to support exhibits, programs and collections.

More than $21 million in grant funding is coming to hundreds of early childcare and education providers and organizations, for projects that boost equity and encourage workforce growth in Colorado’s preschool and childcare systems.

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It’s summer — peak moving season for military service members and their families. You’ve got enough on your plate without having to worry about identity theft. But the reality is scammers are getting more and more clever with their tactics to swindle members of the military community.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will no longer publicly report outbreaks of the COVID-19 virus in most settings, other than those that occur in specific “high risk” and congregate spaces, state officials have announced.

The vacancy rate in Colorado Springs offices dropped to 11.3 percent in Q2 and the average asking lease rate increased to $17.51 per square foot — compared with a 12.68 percent vacancy rate and a lease rate of $17.20 in the last quarter of 2021.

Many of us are troubled by the state of our country, so it’s good to know that the East Coast punditry has discovered the cause of our grievous dysfunction: Geezers! Biden needs to step aside, and Trump shouldn’t run.