The Pueblo City-County Health Department reports an adult senior has died from the West Nile virus. The agency did not say if the victim was … Continue reading
Colorado’s attorney general is investigating several marijuana businesses over concerns the word “organic” in their names or advertising might be misleading to consumers.
Members of the U.S. Senate sparred Wednesday over two related — and sometimes competing — plans that supporters said could prevent a repeat of the … Continue reading
Marijuana cultivation operations throughout Colorado saved tens of thousands of dollars Wednesday as they seized a tax holiday that freed them of duties charged when … Continue reading
For Immediate Release Contact: Ryan Parsell (719) 520-7322 or (719) 351-9626 – email@example.com Media Release VOTERS URGED TO VERIFY THEIR VOTER REGISTRATION NOW! [Colorado Springs, … Continue reading
Women voters weighed in on the second showdown between Republican candidates Wednesday as they compete for the party’s coveted nomination. El Paso County Republicans gathered … Continue reading
A brand new species of dinosaur was unveiled in southern Colorado Wednesday. It is the first of its kind discovered anywhere in the world. Paleontologists … Continue reading
You won’t see motorcycles taking off for a Toys For Tots fundraiser in Colorado Springs this year. “I was flabbergasted, this is for the kids. … Continue reading
Another day of hot, dry weather in southern Colorado meant a second straight day of red flag warnings. So what exactly does that mean? We … Continue reading
The United Way of Pueblo County held their 93rd annual campaign kick off Wednesday. The organization wants to bring people and businesses together to raise … Continue reading
Nearly 100 speakers urged the Boulder City Council on Tuesday night not to step up enforcement of the city’s occupancy limits and instead to make … Continue reading
A hunter was charged with second-degree assault and felony menacing for allegedly shooting at an ultralight pilot two weeks ago.
Colorado State University enrolled its largest and most diverse freshman class this fall, according to numbers released Tuesday by the school.
A Michigan woman is recovering after contracting bubonic plague while visiting southern Colorado for a music festival late last month, health officials say.
The American Civil Liberties Union says the city of Colorado Springs is illegally issuing citations and in some cases arresting people under the city’s solicitation … Continue reading