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Two adults were shot dead and a third was hospitalized in what deputies called a homicide-suicide Tuesday night in eastern El Paso County.

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As pandemic restrictions ease and churches open more fully, some congregants report feeling pressured to attend services in person. Colorado Springs resident J. Miller recently resigned her membership at Calvary Worship Center, saying the head pastor shames people who aren’t sitting in the pews.

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Older white residents in the Denver metro area and Colorado Springs were roughly twice as likely as their Hispanic peers to get vaccinated in the state's push to inoculate its oldest residents, and activists say state leaders needed to do more to address the inequities affecting minority communities.

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Crashes along the roughly 18-mile stretch of the Interstate 25 South “Gap” between Monument and Castle Rock have fallen slightly in the project’s third year, but the dip isn’t necessarily related to a decrease in traffic volume during the pandemic, officials said.

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New vehicle registrations last year in Colorado were down 12.5% from 2019 amid the coronavirus pandemic, a car industry trade group reported this week — a drop far less than the 50% plunge between 2007 and 2009 during the Great Recession.