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The Colorado Springs Police Department is in need of employees.
The department advertised two appeals for applicants Friday, one for police officers and another for emergency response technicians.
The job postings paint an attractive package:
An officer can earn an annual salary of $47,694 to $72,384, and the ERT can earn between $36,288 and $45,360, to serve a diverse, largely military city of 500,000 residents, the job postings say.
"If this is the home you would like to call yours and you are interested in joining our professional workforce, please visit our website for more information and complete an application today," the ad says.
Conditions at CSPD may not be as great as advertised, a recent survey
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The death of a man whose body was found Thursday in a Falcon home has been ruled a homicide, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office said Friday.
The victim has been identified as 56-year-old David Stechman.
On Thursday afternoon, deputies responded to a home on the 8200 block of Fort Smith Road in Falcon to assist the Falcon Fire Department on a medical call.
Stechman's wife came home and found her husband "laying on the floor covered in blood," the Sheriff's Office said in a news release.
A Colorado Springs woman was cited Friday afternoon in a dog attack that left an animal law enforcement officer with several bite marks on his body, police said. The officer with the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region was conducting a followup call at a home on the 900 block of South Arcadia Street when two dogs belonging to a neighbor "got loose and attacked him," said Sgt.
The Pikes Peak region needs better air service and public transportation, more meeting space and sports facilities and additional advertising to support the growth of the tourism industry during the next five to 10 years, according to a recent survey by the Destination Marketing Association International.
While the region ranks about average compared with 57 other cities in 10 countries surveyed by the Vancouver, Canada-based trade group for convention and visitor bureaus, transportation, facilities and advertising stand out as the best opportunities to expand how long visitors stay and how much they spend, said Paul Ouimet, the association's managing director.
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