The Orman Mansion in Pueblo is up for sale. Bidding starts at $650,000.
Governor Polis was back in Southern Colorado on Wednesday talking about a very busy legislative session and the hundreds of bills he signed in to law.
If you are planning to drive up Pikes Peak in the coming weeks, be prepared for changes to go up and down America’s Mountain.
If you are planning on driving somewhere this holiday weekend, expect a lot of company, although gas prices are down for the second straight week.
Pueblo City Schools, D-60 is having to cut it’s pre-kindergarten staff with the implementation of the new state law mandating free, pre-k education in all school districts.
The Wounded Warrior Project is behind a two day cycling event featuring our wounded warriors in Colorado Springs. A chance to bring our vets together who are dealing with similar issues.
“Sampy” is making a difference in Pueblo as a therapy dog for Sangre De Cristo Hospice and Pallative Care.
A chance for folks receiving public assistance in El Paso County to acquire new job skills and work for the county.
The trade war may intensify as President Trump hints that more U.S. products imported by China may be hit with 25% tariffs, products that have not already been targeted in this ongoing trade war.
The local office of emergency management is offering another public forum to present information on how to protect yourself and property during flood and wildfire season.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is targeting specific areas of the county to try and reduce the number of deadly and injury traffic accidents, and document the plan as it moves forward.
The annual WALKMS Pueblo is Saturday at Pueblo Community College. The festivities start around 8:30, the walk at 9:30.
CDOT is hoping drivers and those on motorcycles will keep a sharp eye out for each other to avoid any serious or deadly crashes.
A very special visit to Pueblo from Rye for police officer Jonathan Bell, who continues his recovery at a Pueblo hospital, after being shot multiple times in the line of duty.
A big chunk of U.S. hockey history, the scoreboard from the olympic hockey venue in Lake Placid, New York, scene of the 1980 “Miracle On Ice”, is now a part of the U.S. Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs.