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  • Cook the perfect steak

    Put some sizzle on your plate, what most redblooded Americans crave: a thick, juicy, grilled steak. To find out more about how to best serve up that bounty of beefy goodness, we went to Brian Sack, executive chef at The Famous-A Steak House in Colorado...
  • Back on the radar: NORAD tracks Santa

    Back on the radar: NORAD tracks Santa
    For more than 50 years, NORAD and its predecessor agency have tracked the progress of Santa Claus as he delivers gifts on Christmas Eve. It began when a Colorado Springs, Colo., Sears store misprinted the phone number for a Santa hot line. The number...
  • Los Angeles Times Media Group Names Scott McKibben Chief Revenue Officer

    LOS ANGELES, August 26, 2008 – The Los Angeles Times Media Group (LATMG) announced today that veteran newspaper executive Scott McKibben will join the company as Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer, reporting to Publisher Eddy Hartenstein....
  • Oases in Navajo desert contained 'a witch's brew'

    Cameron, Ariz. -- IN ALL HER YEARS of tending sheep in the western reaches of the Navajo range, Lois Neztsosie had never seen anything so odd. New lakes had appeared as if by magic in the arid scrublands. Instead of hunting for puddles in the sandstone,...
  • Guard saved untold lives, Colorado authorities say

    Guard saved untold lives, Colorado authorities say
    The gunshots were so loud that Jeanne Assam thought the shooter was already in the building. A former police officer, Assam, 42, was on security duty Sunday morning at New Life Church here. Hours earlier, a 24-year-old who had been rejected from a...
  • Bush's pardon roster: Sparing once more

     
    by Mark Silva It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around the Justice Department, with word that President Bush has offered clemency to several convicts, as presidents are wont to do near the ends of their terms. Yet, this......
  • Non-profits' 'quiet crisis'

     
    Representatives from food pantries line up to take out carts of aid from the Care and Share Food Bank on February 24, 2009 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) by Frank James Despite the partisan gulf......
  • Biden: Obama's TelePrompTer 'broken'

     
    by Mark Silva Is there a limit to Joe Biden's jokes? The president suggested so when he reportedly rebuked his vice president for a remark about presidential friend and adviser Valerie Jarrett. And we wondered if Biden wasn't pressing his......
  • Philip Hersh: Can USOC avoid stain from new deal with BP?

     
    The U.S. Olympic Committee is caught between a oil-covered rock and a dried tar hard place in its relationship with BP. In an economic climate where sponsorships are hard to find, the Olympic committee can't afford to thumb its nose......
  • Connected Church Conference scheduled for September in Colorado

     
      The 2010 Connected Church Conference (C3) (http://www.connectedchurchconference.com), held on Sept. 7–9 in Colorado Springs, CO, seeks to empower churches across the country to connect, communicate and grow a greater sense of community within th...
  • Sailor killed in Afghanistan was son of Encinitas fire official

     
    The sailor killed in Afghanistan in the same incident in which another sailor was captured by the Taliban has been identified as the son of a fire official in the city of Encinitas in northern San Diego County. Deputy Fire......