A decades-old pipeline project in the Arkansas Valley region will receive $60 million to finish construction by 2029
For second time this year a supervisor will oversee Pueblo County election after mistake by Clerk Gilbert Ortiz
Officials are looking for funds to repair the community’s aging water system, as Colorado City residents blame mismanagement for the problems.
The transition from fossil-fuel generated electricity to renewables is proving tricky for Colorado’s largest utility.
The 2,500 residents of the town find themselves without a local post office after its contracted business owners quit, citing lack of support.
This much is certain: Comanche 3 — Xcel Energy’s $1.3 billion coal-fired power plant in Pueblo — is going to close. When and how are now issues of intense debate before the Colorado Public Utilities Commission. The fate of the plant — the state’s largest single emitter of carbon dioxide — is key to Colorado […]
Jamie Valdez is on the lookout for a used car deal, and the longtime Pueblo environmental activist is ready to put his money where his advocacy is. But the used hybrid he wants rarely turns up in southern Colorado car markets, and when one does, the price has jumped again. National electric vehicle reports say […]
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado teachers, parents and students have been forced to adapt to periods of remote learning. Kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms and offices have been converted into temporary classrooms as students try to absorb new material through small boxes on a computer screen. But some families have struggled to adapt more than others. […]
A state plan to support the economies of 11 Colorado counties where coal mines and power plants are closing anticipates a price tag of at least $100 million to help workers and their communities. The state wants to help coal communities however it can, but the people who spent more than a year developing the […]
Two Pueblo County sheriff’s deputies were shot Friday afternoon while trying to confront a man who, from his home in Pueblo West, was making threats toward government buildings and law enforcement in Tennessee. Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said both wounded deputies are expected to fully recover. “They’re going to be fine,” he said. One […]