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Crime and Violence in Rural Communities Urban crime rates, according to the UCR Crime Index, remain well above rural rates (see Table 2). In 1991, for example, the urban crime rate was 6,492.7 per 100,000 ... 12/18/2014 - 5:18 am | View Website
You'll say potato and some will say pu-tah-to.
Either way potato has had quite a life.
This Saturday, potato will be honored with a namesake college bowl game when Air Force takes on Western Michigan in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
But who is potato?
Potato has been called hot and lazy and is known for a big head.
"Who doesn't love potatoes?
What a victim described in court as a night of terror and sexual assault was remembered fondly Thursday as an evening of consensual romance by the alleged attacker. Justin Hatfield, 39, is on trial for sex assault charges brought in April when a then-19-year-old man who works at a Colorado Springs convenience store, claimed Hatfield had kidnapped, drugged and touched him inappropriately.
This is one of a series of stories about the nonprofit agencies that receive money from The Gazette/El Pomar Foundation Empty Stocking Fund campaign that runs through the holidays. Victoria Stone became a single mom when she was 20. Read more on Colorado Springs Gazette
Taco Bueno, a Dallas-based restaurant chain that specializes in Tex-Mex fare, plans to open its first Colorado location next year in north Colorado Springs.
A single-story office building at 7970 N. Academy, near Jamboree Drive, will be torn down and a 2,200-square-foot Taco Bueno constructed in its place, according to plans submitted to the city's Land Use Review Division.
With a relatively small building, seating for about 60 and a drive-through window where it does about two-thirds of its business, Taco Bueno gives every appearance of being a fast-food restaurant.
But Taco Bueno bills itself as quick service, not fast food, said chief marketing officer Jeff Carl.
Draco won't have to fight traffic and airport lines Friday like the millions heading out on holiday. Instead, the bearded dragon will be wrapped in a warm beige towel and stuffed into a blue bag for the short ride to Palmer Elementary School teacher Laura Wirsig's home. Read more on Colorado Springs Gazette