State lawmakers are considering a bill that would use marijuana taxes to expand the number of state grants available to school districts to help pay for mental health professionals.
April 17, 2019
A Colorado city has voted to drop the name “Swastika Acres” from a subdivision.
The test, which didn’t appear to be of a banned mid- or long-range ballistic missile that could scuttle negotiations, allows Pyongyang to show its people it is pushing ahead with weapons development while also reassuring domestic military officials worried that diplomacy with Washington signals weakness.
On Wednesday, Forrest Gregg, legendary lineman for the Packers and longtime NFL coach, was laid to rest.
With most of his skin missing, except for on his head, he was initially diagnosed with aplasia cutis, a rare congenital absence of skin
The decision was revealed in a recent Department of Energy letter to the Federation of American Scientists, a private group that studies nuclear weapons issues and advocates for government openness on national security issues.
COLORADO CITY – The camp host at Greenhorn Meadows Campground is addressing criticism apparently directed at the condition of the park in a recent town
Lovington police said Aaron Gutierrez was arrested Monday in connection with a phoned-in bomb threat in February.
The Broncos released their 2019 schedule Wednesday, with matchups against the Raiders starting and ending the season.
A Pueblo West resident and her group say people are abandoning animals at Cat’s Tail Pond.
The Honor Farm is facing issues of illegal dumping and littering.
COLORADO SPRINGS – There is an open invitation for locals in and around Colorado Springs to help document wild biodiversity. Colorado Springs is one of
They were there for the Pikes Peak Workforce Center’s Springs Job Fair.
The Pueblo Police Department just released the names of the two officers involved in the April 9th shooting.
The meeting comes more than six years after the Waldo Canyon Fire burned over 18,000 acres west of Colorado Springs.