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Weekly News Roundup

Dec 16, 2019

We're losing World War II veterans every day and as they pass, so do their stories. On this week's episode, we talk to Gazette photographer Parker Seibold about our latest podcast, The Last of the Greatest. 

Produced by Katie Klann, Colorado Springs Gazette

Reporting by Parker Seibold, Colorado Springs Gazette

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Dec 9, 2019

It’s still early in the winter season, but we’ve had a lot of snow and snow means more mud and moisture on the hiking trails in town. On this week's episode, we talk to Gazette columnist David Ramsey about how he’s battled the mud on some of his favorite trails. 

Produced by Katie Klann, Colorado Springs Gazette


Nov 25, 2019

Two days before Terry West died at the El Paso County jail, he complained to a nurse of chest pain. She told him to stretch. Minutes before West died, he screamed for help and vomited blood. A medical staffer who was nearby walked away. Yet local authorities ended their probe into any potential missteps when they...


Nov 18, 2019

Terry Miller’s past is, no doubt, a bountiful and complicated one. He was the greatest high school athlete in Colorado Springs history as a superlative football running back, he departed Oklahoma State after earning a degree in finance in four years, and replaced O.J. Simpson as Buffalo Bills lead running back. And...


Nov 4, 2019

The international mountain biking association recently updated its official stance on electronic bikes. Class 1 e-bikes — defined as “low-speed, pedal-assisted” with the motor stopping at 20 mph — could be allowed on trails as long as access is not lost or impeded for traditional mountain bikes. On this week’s...