Man Goes On Stabbing Rampage In Russia, Wounds 7

At least seven people were wounded by a man with a knife who went on a stabbing rampage in the northern Russian city of Surgut. No one was killed in the attack in the central Siberian city, but four people were in serious condition, according to state-run Tass news agency, which cited a regional health official. Islamic State says the man — shot dead by police — was a "soldier" of the extremist group. However, Russian authorities say psychiatric information on the assailant is being sought,...

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Pikes Peak Market (Colorado Springs Public Market chose to rebrand as Pikes Peak Market to integrate the entirety of the region) aims to host a soft opening on August 31, pending approval from Public Health. The Art Deco building at 9 South Weber Street, encompasses almost 3,000 square feet and will become the new home for up to 20 local food vendors.

Updated at 6:55 p.m. ET

President Trump is doubling down on his incendiary rhetoric aimed at North Korea, saying on Thursday that his promise earlier in the week to meet Pyongyang's threats with "fire and fury" might have been too soft.

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The Jazz Excursion theme for Sunday, August 13 is “The Leftovers”.

Each week the Jazz Excursion playlist grows to more than can be played in the time available (3 hours, Sundays 7 to 10 p.m.). This week we'll hear leftovers from the past few weeks. Leftovers are often as good or better than the original meal – the same is true of the Jazz Excursion leftovers.

All day today, Stage 1 of the Colorado Classic Cycling event will take place across Colorado Springs. In addition to the men’s and women’s races, the day’s activities will feature live music, merchandise, vendors, awards ceremonies, and a beer garden. An After Party will continue into the evening on Tejon Street, in front of Blondies & Cowboys, in Downtown Colorado Springs.

This Saturday at 11a.m., the Woodland Music Series will feature Sinatra tribute artist Rick Blessing and the USAFA Falconaires outside, on the green, at the Ute Pass Cultural Center in Woodland Park. Blankets, lawn chairs and umbrellas are suggested for this free community event under the mountain sun.

Go peakradar.com for event details, tickets, and more upcoming events.

Later this month, the moon's shadow will fall on Carhenge.

"Holy cow man, guess what? There's going to be an eclipse," says Kevin Howard, the head of the visitor's bureau for Alliance, Neb., which is home to the Stonehenge replica made of cars.

Updated at 10:29 a.m.

The Senate is long gone. The House? Splitsville. The president is at his golf club in New Jersey. Only the hardiest swamp creatures continue to scuttle in and out of the half-empty offices of late-August Washington, D.C.

Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller and his team, however, haven't gone anywhere.

There is trouble in paradise — but that is nothing new for Guam.

The U.S. island territory in the western Pacific Ocean is ringed by beaches, studded with palm trees and packed with bombs. It's small but strategically significant.

After President Trump threatened to bring "fire and fury" down on North Korea, Pyongyang said Wednesday that it is "carefully examining the operational plan for making an enveloping fire at the areas around Guam."

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Tomás Pagán Motta has been a favorite artist of 91.5 KRCC DJs since he released his impressive self-titled debut album in 2015. Now, the Maryland native has a new album, Living A Lie, and is embarking on a national tour in support. His first stop will be here in Colorado Springs for a special 91.5 KRCC concert with in/PLANES at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center on Friday, August 11.

In advance of that (sold out) show, Pagán Motta spoke with Vicky Gregor about his new album, his approach to songwriting, and how his song "My My (Living a Lie)" found its way into an episode of the Netflix comedy, Flaked.

Mormon church officials confirmed Tuesday that James J. Hamula, a midlevel leader, had been excommunicated. What hasn't been confirmed is why he was removed.

Hamula was released from a midlevel leadership council based on disciplinary action by the religion's highest leaders, according to a statement by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Steven Isaacs — @mr_isaacs on Twitter — is a full-time technology teacher in Baskingridge, N.J. He's also the co-founder of a new festival that set the Guinness World Record for largest gathering dedicated to a single video game.

The game that cements both halves of his life together? Minecraft.

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Solar Eclipse Aug 21, 2017

Looking Up: Solar Eclipse

Hal and Bruce from the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society prep you for the upcoming eclipse.

Peak Curiosity from 91.5 KRCC

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