Abby Kirchoff earns programs first All-American honor

Abby Kirchoff earns programs first All-American honor

University of Colorado Colorado Springs senior guard Abby Kirchoff became the first Mountain Lion in program history to earn All-America awards with Honorable Mention accolades from the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.

Suthers sits atop Colorado Springs mayoral race

Suthers sits atop Colorado Springs mayoral race

Mayoral candidate John Suthers is becoming a front runner in the race to be mayor of Colorado Springs

EAGLES SPLIT AGAIN WITH UCCS

EAGLES SPLIT AGAIN WITH UCCS

The Chadron State College softball team split a Sunday doubleheader at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, the Mountain Lions lost the first game 2-6 and losing the second 14-11.

Colorado Springs area business events starting March 29, 2015

Upcoming events in Colorado Springs including multiple events at UCCS including, The Myth of Work/Life Balance - April 6th 6:30 p.m

How should America’s banks be tested?

UCCS professor of philosophy Raphael Sassower contributed an article to the Colorado Springs Business Journal about banking regulation.

MSD narrows district superintendent finalists to two

MSD narrows district superintendent finalists to two

Two UCCS alumni Christopher Robert Selle of Westcliffe, Colo., and Richard C. Walter Sr., of Colorado Springs have been named the two finalists for the next superintendent of Meeker schools.

Lyda Hill to receive SMU’s J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award

Lyda Hill to receive SMU’s J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award

Philanthropist Lyda Hill who pledged $6 million to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs will receive the 2015 J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award from Southern Methodist University’s Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics & Public Responsibility.

Rivalry leads Jason Brown and Joshua Farris to world skate championships

Rivalry leads Jason Brown and Joshua Farris to world skate championships

  A friendly rivalry between two area figure skaters has propelled them to their first senior world championships. Monument-based Jason Brown, the U.S. national champion, and Joshua Farris, the 2015 American bronze medalist, both make their debut when men’s senior competition begins early Friday in Shanghai. Their rivalry has gone on for half their...

Improved radar systems could save lives and money when severe weather strikes

Improved radar systems could save lives and money when severe weather strikes

UCCS was named as a core partner in developing a smaller, highly capable radar systems in the Dallas/Fort Worth area is able to track with more accuracy the location of tornadoes and other severe weather conditions

Colorado Springs sales tax collection dip for the first time since last year

Colorado Springs city sales tax collections dipped in February, ending a nine-month streak of revenue gains. Of major retail categories that saw declines, revenues from commercial machine sales plunged 65.2 percent; furniture, appliances and electronics declined 5.3 percent; and clothing stores dropped 2.8 percent.


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