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There are three weeks left to the Nov. 6 election and the 16 candidates running for Pueblo mayor have to show their cards — at least financially — by 5... [Read More]
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State Rep. Daneya Esgar, D-Pueblo, recounted her work on a range of state issues during an hourlong debate Wednesday night while Republican challenger Jonathan Ambler called her views "radical" socialism. [Read More]
Candidates running for Pueblo mayor see solar and wind power as ways for residents to generate their own electricity — even if the city doesn't break away from Black Hills... [Read More]
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As a young boy in Pueblo, Don Milne searched the library shelves for stories of military heroes, of Americans in battle. [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Jared Polis has an ambitious agenda for education improvements as part of his campaign for governor and the Boulder Democrat laid out even more goals for higher education... [Read More]
Republican state Treasurer Walker Stapleton's clear goal was to call U.S. Rep. Jared Polis "radical and extreme" as many times as possible in their hour-long gubernatorial debate Monday night at... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., and his Democratic challenger, Diane Mitsch Bush, will debate the issues at 7 p.m. today in the Occhiato Ballroom in Colorado State University-Pueblo's student center. [Read More]
With only a month remaining before the Nov. 6 election, the two men battling to be Colorado's next governor will debate each other Monday evening at Colorado State University-Pueblo in... [Read More]
Colorado's two senators split on party lines Friday over Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. [Read More]
A long-term power contract between EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel and Xcel Energy was given final approval by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission on Wednesday. [Read More]
Pueblo County and city voters will see their 2018 election ballots arrive in the mail the week of Oct. 15. [Read More]
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In what seems like deja vu, the Legislature's Joint Budget Committee agreed last Thursday to spend $1 million to reopen maximum-security Centennial South prison near Canon City — a 950-bed... [Read More]
AIM Home Health care has lost its federal Medicare and Medicaid certification and will either need to appeal that decision or reapply for the federal program, officials said Friday. [Read More]
City Council President Chris Nicoll says fellow mayoral candidate Nick Gradisar should withdraw from the race because of his questioned conduct while Gradisar served as the Pueblo County public trustee... [Read More]
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They call themselves Team Bengie, the family and friends of Ben Pacheco, a retired Pueblo city employee who is battling Lou Gehrig's disease, also known as ALS. [Read More]
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The AIM Home Health company is losing its federal Medicare and Medicaid certification, which could put the 165-employee health care company out of business. [Read More]
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Crew members of the USS Pueblo endured beatings, cruel torture and faked executions from their North Korean captors in 1968, but they said one of the worst parts was being... [Read More]
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They comprise one of the most famous crews in the U.S Navy's history and they have returned to Pueblo this week for the 50th anniversary of the terrible year they... [Read More]
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They are the sharp, dangerous proof of Pueblo's heroin woes. [Read More]
Although President Donald Trump's budget plan for 2019 erased any money for the Arkansas Valley Conduit, Congress is pushing ahead to fund the planned 130-mile water pipeline from Lake Pueblo... [Read More]
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