2 Pueblo County sheriff’s deputies shot while trying to confront man making threats
Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor said both wounded deputies are expected to fully recover.
Colorado is working to keep coronavirus overflow hospitals as an option as third wave persists
State officials are looking to extend leases for the alternate care sites through March. Hospitals, meanwhile, have activated “surge plans” to increase capacity.
Pueblo teachers are battling a district requirement that they go to school, even though students are at home
One elementary school has had a dozen coronavirus cases this fall, forcing remote learning. Teachers say they don't feel safe.
3 numbers that explain Republican Lauren Boebert’s victory in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District
Diane Mitsch Bush’s loss can be explained, most easily, by the Democrat’s failure to secure a big victory in Pueblo County
Colorado regulators probe why the coal-fired Comanche 3 power plant has been out of service for months
Xcel Energy customers have been paying for the $1.3 billion plant since it opened in Pueblo 10 years ago and now are picking up the tab for costly repairs and electricity purchased to meet summer demand
Murals return to Pueblo’s levee as artists make concrete above the Arkansas River their canvas
Structural repair ground the old murals to gravel, but now painters have begun the physically demanding work to restore the critical public works project’s role in the city’s essential artistic life.
Pueblo flipped to Trump from Obama in 2016. How the swing county votes this year will speak volumes.
Will Joe Biden be able to do what Hillary Clinton couldn't four years ago?
Man described as neo-Nazi pleads guilty in Pueblo synagogue bomb plot
Richard Holzer, 28, pleaded guilty to attempting to stop people from exercising their religion with an explosive or fire and attempting to destroy a building used in interstate commerce
Colorado cold snap could disrupt state’s marijuana industry
Jon Vaught, CEO of a cannabis biotech firm Front Range Biosciences, said the temperatures below freezing Tuesday and Wednesday combined with snow were “catastrophic for growers.”
Rail mill project solidifies Pueblo’s “Steel City” moniker
Steel-making in Pueblo is inextricably linked with the city, which this year is celebrating its 150th anniversary with Colorado Fuel and Iron (CF&I)
30 years after passage of Americans with Disabilities Act, key inequities remain in Colorado
The biggest remaining hurdles for people living with disabilities continue to be accessible housing and fair employment opportunities
Eager to experience Colorado in a different way, a Boulder woman set life aside to forge a new trail across the state
Starting at the Oklahoma-Kansas-Colorado border and headed toward the state’s northwest corner, India Wood is more than halfway through her expedition. She wanted to see more than just the prettiest, most popular places.
Here’s who funded the last-minute, $1.5 million attacks on Andrew Romanoff in Colorado’s U.S. Senate primary
The latest campaign finance filings show John Hickenlooper continued his fundraising juggernaut, but Cory Gardner still has more cash in the bank
Father, son die in rafting accident on Arkansas River near Pueblo
The Pueblo County Coroner’s Office identified the two victims as 46-year-old Ricardo Valencia Sanchez and 16-year-old Jose Louis Valencia.
Colorado State Fair re-imagined amid coronavirus
All entrance fees would be waived at this year's fair
Supreme Court ruling on DACA brings more time, but no less uncertainty for Coloradans
In their own voices: Five Colorado young people explain how DACA shaped their lives and what the Supreme Court's decision means to them.
Coronavirus cost Colorado’s solar industry thousands of jobs, but there’s one bright spot
Home rooftop solar shows resilience while other sectors stumble during the pandemic
Robberies dropped, fights between roommates spiked: How quarantine affected crime in Colorado
Statistics and anecdotal evidence suggest that targets shifted with the closures, which in some areas also may have veiled an anticipated rise in domestic violence
Enrollment usually rises at community colleges during an economic downturn. That’s not the case during coronavirus.
Fall enrollment among Colorado community colleges is down 22% at a time those schools have become more reliant on tuition
What if we never need the $100 million coronavirus overflow hospitals Colorado is building?
One lease, for the Colorado Convention Center, costs $60,000 per day. But state emergency officials say the five makeshift medical centers are Colorado’s health care insurance policy.