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Despite a few setbacks (kneeling active players protesting racial injustice, brain damage), the NFL rolls on. [Read More]
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See the top 5 Office Furniture Companies in Colorado Springs, from CSBJ's Book of Lists, ranked by number of local employees. [Read More]
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UCCS' engineering doctoral program will split into three separate Ph.D. degrees in engineering, computer science and security, bringing the number of doctoral programs to seven. [Read More]
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Brett Lacey said the Fire Department's RESTART program is designed to help small businesses find code-compliant commercial properties. [Read More]
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Cyberattacks on businesses surged 55 percent in the third quarter of 2018, according to the latest Malwarebytes report. [Read More]
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Michele Osborn recently opened her pop-up shop, Art&Article, next to Iron Bird Brewing Company on East Costilla Street. [Read More]
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Vance Brown, CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center and co-founder of Cherwell Software, is the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC's 2018 Business Citizen of the... [Read More]
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Colorado voters may have been bullish on Democrats when it came to the races for governor and many legislature positions, but they soundly rejected several... [Read More]
Colorado Springs has dropped a ranking in WalletHub's latest study of best places for military veterans to live. [Read More]
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It now seems all but certain (to use a favorite cliché of political journalists) that two-term Colorado governor John Hickenlooper will run for president. It'll... [Read More]
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In the era of partisan bickering, we can agree on one thing: College is pricing a lot of students out of a post-secondary education. [Read More]
Tags: COSI - College - funny
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In his fourth State of the City address Mayor John Suthers reflected on milestones from the city's past and repeated the theme that citizens today... [Read More]
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If you think paper jams are bad, wait till you find out hackers have taken over your printer. It's more common than most people think. [Read More]
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When the Goldbergs first opened The Arena, they had 13,000 square feet of indoor turf. They added a full-size basketball court last spring. [Read More]
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In the excitement of going to college, we often do not consider the real-world implications of children becoming legal adults. [Read More]
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Some teenagers aspire to be the next Aaron Rodgers or Kim Kardashian. However, others set their sights on becoming more like Bill Gates or Steve... [Read More]
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Though she was born in Fayetteville, Ark., a move to New Mexico at 6 months old means Lauren Wade calls the Albuquerque area home. The... [Read More]
Fort Carson's 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, will convert to a Stryker Brigade Combat Team beginning in the spring of 2020 and... [Read More]
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CoreLogic released its National Homeowner Equity Insights Report for Q2 2018 this morning — and for Colorado, the news is good. [Read More]
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In less than 10 years, the majority of the U.S. workforce is predicted to be freelancers. About 57.3 million Americans already freelance — 36 percent... [Read More]
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