Tony Peck

  • Man chasing burglars in northern Colorado Springs backs down when crooks open fire

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    A do-gooder backed away in the face of gunshots early Monday after chasing burglars through a subdivision near Pine Creek High School in Northern Colorado Springs. Police say the trouble began just after 3 a.m. when a resident on Forest Creek Drive awoke to his garage door opening....

  • Monday's traffic: Southbound Powers Boulevard blocked after crash

    Updated: Mon, Jun 18, 2018

    Roundup of traffic and road conditions around Colorado Springs and elsewhere in Colorado on Monday. 6 a.m. All lanes of northbound Interstate 25 are closed near mile marker 163 north of Monument Monument after a crash involving a semi-truck, according to the Colorado Department of...

  • Forecast: Monday looks to be sunny and dry before a stormy week

    Updated: Mon, Jun 18, 2018

    The work week in Colorado Springs kicks off with mostly sunny skies and a high of 80 degrees Monday, said the National Weather Service in Pueblo. Clouds will roll in Monday night with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms across the Pikes Peak region until midnight, meteorologists...

  • Warrior competition at Fort Carson pushes soldiers to the limit

    Updated: Mon, Jun 11, 2018

    Soldiers were pushed to their limit during a Fort Carson competition last week, marching miles in near record heat before testing their marksmanship. The Army's Space and Missile Defense Command hosted the Best Warrior Competition bringing together soldiers from as far away as Japan...

  • A focus on families: Athletes' support networks get attention during Warrior Games held in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, Jun 10, 2018

    An athletic spectacle for wounded troops in Colorado Springs brought a bonus this year as the Warrior Games renewed its emphasis on the importance of family. The annual games, held last week at the Air Force Academy, brought together athletes from across the Defense Department and...

  • Free burgers today at Red Robin for educators

    Updated: Tue, Jun 5, 2018

    Red Robin in Colorado Springs and around the U.S. will hand out free burgers to educators as a sign of appreciation for those “who shape our futures one student at a time,” the gourmet burger chain announced. Free Tavern Double Burgers will be available to teachers, counselors,...

  • Vail Resorts buying Crested Butte, three other ski areas

    Updated: Mon, Jun 4, 2018

    Vail Resorts will acquire Crested Butte Mountain Resort and three other ski areas, the company announced Monday. In the biggest deal, set to close this summer, the company will buy Triple Peaks from the Mueller family for $82 million. Triple Peaks operates Crested Butte Mountain...

  • Car slams into Colorado Springs home after missing turn

    Updated: Mon, Jun 4, 2018

    A car slammed into a northeast Colorado Springs home Monday morning after the driver missed a turn, a spokesman for Colorado Springs Fire Department said.  The female driver, beloved to be in her 60s, was heading west on Dublin when she drove through an intersection, slamming...

  • Monday's traffic: Woodmen remains closed for water main repairs; crash cleared at Marksheffel

    Updated: Mon, Jun 4, 2018

    Traffic and road updates around the Colorado Springs area on Monday. Westbound lanes of Woodmen Road at Interstate 25 remain closed Monday for water main repair, according to Colorado Springs Utilities The eastbound turn lanes to northbound I-25 are also closed, as well as the...

  • Search for suspects continues after carjacking in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Mon, Jun 4, 2018

    Police are searching for two suspects after a carjacking in the 200 block of West Fillmore Street in Colorado Springs Monday morning. At about 1:40 a.m.   a man and woman, both heavy-set and believed to be in their 30s, approached the owner of a silver Pontiac, robbing the man...

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