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About: pueblo, colorado

Situated at the junction of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, the city is some 100 miles south of Denver on I25. The Colorado State Fair, at the end of August, is in Pueblo and is the state's largest event, unless of course the Bronco's are in the Super Bowl. The city has also attracted many green companies including wind and solar plants.

Population: 104954
Local Newspapers: The Pueblo Chieftain
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Local Colleges: Colorado State University - Pueblo

Zip Codes associated with pueblo, colorado: 81001 81003 81004 81005 81006 81007 81008
Towns/Cities near pueblo, colorado : Salt Creek Penrose Canon City

Pueblo News
Forecast: Saturday's storm to be faster moving, possibly more intense

The fork between Hanover Rd., and Old Pueblo Rd., says that the road is closed to thru traffic a mile after the signs on Saturday August 19, 2018 following heavy rains and flooding on Friday night in parts of Hanover. A bridge in Hanover that washed out at Boca Raton Heights and Indian Village Heights still had one lane for traffic and both sides of the road were being shared by traffic in both directions on Saturday August 19, 2018 in Hanover.

Farm Fresh Direct adds San Luis Valley potato veterans

They have an extensive background in the San Luis Valley, with a combined 45 years of experience in potato sales and production, according to a news release. Glowczewski, with a produce career of 33 years, has been involved in the San Luis Valley potato industry for more than 20 years.

Thoughts from the ammo line

Ammo Grrrll asks a pointed question: WHO DO THESE PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE? She draws on her professional experience to answer the question: Here is a little secret from the comedy world, my friends. When comics get together, they rarely discuss the great gigs - the standing ovations, the necessity to take several minutes after one of your greatest bits for the audience to calm down so you can deliver the next line.

Paper Tigers screening offers an intimate look at schools addressing...

Paper Tigers , Aug. 16, 5:30-8 p.m., InfoZone Theater at Rawlings Public Library, 100 E. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, free, RSVP requested, tinyurl.com/PaperTigersPueblo. ids and teens face more challenges than many adults realize, and some youths start life by pushing a rock uphill, facing childhood issues that change the course of the rest of their lives.

Did Native Americans Breed Parrots in New Mexico 1,000 Years Ago?

Native Americans may have kept a breeding colony of scarlet macaws in the American Southwest starting more than 1,000 years ago, a new study finds. The birds were raised for their colorful plumage hundreds of miles from their native jungles.

Lisa Wheeler's Radio Show Focuses on Obscure Colorado Recordings

Lisa Wheeler knows a few things about obscure Colorado vinyl recordings. She's amassed 2,000 albums and singles, as well a nice collection of 78s, dating from the 1930s through the '80s that she plays on her show, Elk Bugles , which started airing from 4 to 5 p.m. on Thursdays on KGNU's AfterFM on August 1. On her most recent show, Wheeler plays songs about the Broncos , songs by Colorado female artists, a few tunes by the funk outfit called NORAD Commanders, songs about dude ranches as well as some obscure gospel recordings by Evangelist Elma and the Children of Truth.

Peer into the heavens from an Ancestral Puebloan astronomical site in Colorado's Chimney Rock

My wife and I dived into our parked car and began descending the twisty, 3-mile gravel roadway. A Noah-worthy deluge greeted us as we reached the visitor cabin below.

Colorado agrees to $1M settlement over strip searches

Colorado officials have agreed to pay $1 million to the families of 20 developmentally disabled patients who were strip searched without permission from their families or guardians in 2015. Under the terms of the settlement, the Colorado Department of Human Services has also agreed to train staff on reporting rules, hold regular meetings with families of patients at the Pueblo Regional Center and increase worker pay.

Forecast: Mild weekend expected Colorado Springs after slight chance of storms Thursday, Friday

Meteorologists expect two more days of afternoon thunderstorms before sunny skies return to Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted a 10 percent chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms after 3 p.m. and before midnight Thursday and after 4 p.m. and before 7 p.m. Friday.

a Csu Grad is the First Female Assistant Coach for the Oakland Raiders

Endurance, strength, drive and focus are all key aspects to the sport of football - and not only do the players possess these traits, but the coaches who work with them everyday as well. A perfect example of this, is Kelsey Martinez, a CSU exercise science grad, who now holds the position of a strength and conditioning assistant coach for the Oakland Raiders.

Colorado fishing report for week of Aug. 5, 2018

Statewide Rivers and Creeks With the warm dry conditions we have been experiencing this year the rivers and creeks across the state are experiencing much lower flows and higher water temperatures than normal. Fishing for trout should be focused to the coolest parts of the day, fishing early in the morning when the water temperatures are cooler from overnight is recommended.

Baseball-Size Hail Kills Zoo Animals In Colorado

A powerful hailstorm swept through parts of Colorado on Monday, injuring 14 people, killing two zoo animals and damaging hundreds of cars. The massive storm, which produced baseball-sized hail in some parts, prompted an evacuation at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs as the area was pummeled with chunks of ice.

Drones help create detailed maps of ruins in tribal park

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is turning to high-tech aerial photogrammetry to document and preserve the history of its tribal park, which is more than twice the size of the neighboring Mesa Verde National Park and rivals its archaeological treasures. "The cliff dwellings don't stop at Mesa Verde; they continue into the tribal park," said James Potter, a PaleoWest archaeologist working on the project.

EDITORIAL: Mayor Suthers wants you for his posse

Mayor John Suthers wants Colorado Springs residents to join him at Colorado's best, most casual networking event. There, residents of the country's most desirable city, will make lasting friendships with political leaders, including Gov. John Hickenlooper, business leaders, philanthropists, investors and other Front Range leaders.

Scoop: ABC News' 20/20 Rebroadcast Investigates the...

In 2013, 21-year-old Kelsie Schelling mysteriously vanished into thin air in Pueblo, Colorado, never to be seen again. Her family says surveillance video, text messages and other evidence point to boyfriend Donthe Lucas' involvement.

Tornado watch in effect for parts of Colorado including Colorado Springs

A tornado watch is in effect for El Paso County and much of the northeast and east central areas of the state until 9 p.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Pueblo. The watch has been extended to include southeastern portions of the state including Otero and Pueblo counties.

Judge rules Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Dear remains incompetent

An El Paso County district judge ruled Friday that a man who admitted killing three people and injuring many others at a Planned Parenthood clinic remains mentally incompetent, officials say. Dear, charged with 179 counts including murder linked to the Nov. 27, 2015 shooting at the Colorado Springs clinic, was first judged to be legally incompetent two years ago.

Thursday's forecast: El Paso county threatened with flash floods

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for central El Paso County in east central Colorado until 6:00 p.m. The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicts rain fog and mists to develop into rain this evening, with as much as half an inch expected to fall after 7 p.m., along with wind gusts between 5 to 10 mph.

Utilities works out the first water-sharing deal in the state with agricultural interests

The agreement is the first of its kind in the state, aligns with the Colorado Water Plan's edict to share water among users and helps the city secure a water supply for decades to come. But several people in the valley are skeptical, saying the agreement could transfer irrigation water for crops, much like the so-called "buy and dry" deals of the 1970s and 1980s that exported Crowley County farmers' water rights held in mountain lakes to municipalities along the Front Range, thereby decimating agriculture.

Forecast: Storms to return to El Paso County Tuesday, though not as severe

Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs was closed by street flooding after a hail and rain storm hit Manitou Springs on Monday, July 23, 2018. Canon Ave. in Manitou Springs was closed by street flooding after a hail and rain storm hit Manitou Springs on Monday, July 23, 2018.

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