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Donthe Lucas will stand trial for aggravated robbery, a Pueblo district judge ruled Monday afternoon, although there was conflicting evidence about how much money the victim said he lost and... [Read More]
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Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton and U.S. Rep. Jared Polis will debate the issues in the race for governor on Oct. 8 here in Pueblo. [Read More]
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Sometimes it takes a fresh pair of eyes to see what's possible. [Read More]
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In its very first issue on June 1, 1868, The Colorado Chieftain reported that legendary frontiersman Kit Carson had died, and it promised Pueblo readers it would support "life, liberty... [Read More]
State officials have reached a $1 million settlement with the families of 20 developmentally disabled patients at the Pueblo Regional Center who were strip-searched in 2015 without permission from family... [Read More]
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A year ago, Colorado voters agreed to raise the bar to amending the state constitution -- agreeing that ballot petitions needed to collect voter signatures from all 35 state Senate... [Read More]
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The burned-out wreck of a house at 1124 E. Eighth St. will be coming down in the next few days. [Read More]
The tennis ball-sized hail that raked across Colorado Springs on Monday was predicted and weather forecasters are able to recognize damaging hail storms as they are building, a National Weather... [Read More]
Asking people in the 2020 census if they are U.S. citizens only will drive off many people from being counted in Colorado, according to a letter that Hispanic state lawmakers... [Read More]
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The latest decision by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission over Black Hills Energy rates shows that Commissioners Frances Koncilja and Wendy Moser see the electric utility with different eyes. [Read More]
Call it a rat roundup. [Read More]
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Ask Aurora District Attorney George Brauchler about how he'd run the Colorado attorney general's office and he sounds like he'd be the top crime fighter for the state. [Read More]
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Xcel Energy's plan to shift to renewable energy -- and decommission two coal-fired turbines at its Comanche Station -- has triggered an intense debate over the future of power generation... [Read More]
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The U.S. could not withdraw from NATO without a two-thirds vote of the Senate and a list of new sanctions would be imposed on Russia for cyber-attacks on U.S. elections... [Read More]
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Amtrak will have to provide the $3 million in rail-repair money to help continue the Southwest Chief passenger service, according to an amendment that senators from Colorado, New Mexico and... [Read More]
Xcel Energy's plan to decommission two units of its Comanche Station south of Pueblo and replace them with a network of solar and wind power is being tested this week... [Read More]
A group of Pueblo West residents is organizing against Black Hills Energy's plan to run an 18-mile major transmission line from the community's industrial park to the Canon City area,... [Read More]
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Ken Montera used to be in student government at Pueblo's East High School, but now the 61-year-old retired businessman has set his sights on the University of Colorado Board of... [Read More]
The three children from Don Bendell's first marriage claim their father was a "deadbeat dad" for nearly 17 years before he began paying court-ordered child support payments -- after they... [Read More]
When Colorado Springs created its strong-mayor style of government in 2011, it included a provision that said members of City Council needed to give up their seats to run for... [Read More]
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