It’s nearly time for the Colorado State Fair and the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment is getting the word out to encourage the community to make smart choices about buying food from peddlers.
As more students head back to school, District 12 in Colorado Springs is going above and beyond to equip their students. All incoming freshman will have the chance to practice some positive thinking before they hit the books.
The Brand Ranch Rodeo is unique to Colorado Springs. At high noon on Friday, you can watch a Longhorn Cattle drive taking place in the middle of downtown.
America’s ultimate challenge is coming up! The Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon is happening this Saturday and Sunday. Imagine running a half or full marathon on flat land, sounds challenging in and of itself right? Now take that to the next level, literally, and imagine doing so vertically up a mountain.
Chile harvesting season is almost here and over at Musso Farms in Pueblo they’re getting a head start! Thanks to a crop of transplant chiles you can get your fix a little early this year.
Driving into Colorado from Wyoming on I-25, you may notice a new a new sign. One that says, “No Vacancy!”
You may remember Joshua, a 4-year-old boy battling kidney cancer who was sworn in as a Colorado Springs Police officer in April. The Colorado Springs Police Department posted photos to their Facebook of the brave boy with a big smile on his face before he endures another challenging round of chemotherapy.
Colorado Mesa University is offering new diplomas to recent graduates after a typo was discovered. A student posted a picture of his diploma on Twitter Monday, after spotting the error.
Several school districts officially kick off the school year on Monday. Drivers need to be aware that more kids will be trying to get to class in the morning.
The Perseids occur for several weeks, because it takes that long for Earth to pass through the entire debris trail, but they peak this weekend.
Law enforcement agencies across the country and the communities that they serve are coming together for National Night out.
The Pueblo Zoo is getting ready to host a special event for animal lovers- the chance to camp out at the zoo.
The state of Colorado is 142 years old today! The Centennial State first joined the union on Aug. 1st, 1876 thanks to Proclamation 230, which was signed by President Ulysses S. Grant.
Some of the rain we’ve been seeing is changing the water levels in the Arkansas River, making it the prefect time to take the family white water rafting. If you’re just a thrill seeker, the rain is a nice bump for rafting. Raft Masters says the rain may be a plus, but the runoff from our mountain snow is always better and has a bigger impact. The problem this year is that we saw low snowfall and it really didn’t hit the Arkansas River very hard. Different agencies actuall…
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is celebrating ‘Colorado Day’ with free entrance to all state parks on August 6! The free entrance is in celebration of the states 142nd birthday.