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Situated at the junction of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, the city is some 100 miles south of Denver on I25. The Colorado State Fair, at the end of August, is in Pueblo and is the state's largest event, unless of course the Bronco's are in the Super Bowl. The city has also attracted many green companies including wind and solar plants.

Population: 104954
Local Newspapers: The Pueblo Chieftain
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Colorado State University - Pueblo

Zip Codes associated with pueblo, colorado: 81001 81003 81004 81005 81006 81007 81008
Towns/Cities near pueblo, colorado : Salt Creek Penrose Canon City

Pueblo News
Shooting at Pueblo motel reportedly gang, drug related

The Gazette is Colorado Springs's most trusted source for breaking news, sports, weather, obituaries, politics, business, art, entertainment, blogs, video, photos. What to watch on TV for the week of May 21-May 27: The return of Twin Peaks, a new Bachelorette and much more A 42-year-old man is recovering Tuesday after being wounded in what Pueblo police are calling a "gang related" shooting during a suspected drug deal gone bad.

Hickenlooper has signed bill to explore Front Range passenger train service into law. What now?

Gov. John Hickenlooper this week signed into law a bill to explore building passenger rail service along the Front Range and the expansion of Amtrak's Southwest Chief route through the state's southeastern corner. Monday's signing sets into motion a set of 11 stakeholders to be appointed to a voting group on the newly created Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission.

Guv signs law calling for utility bill transparency

Utility customers soon will get a lot more details about how they are using electricity and natural gas and what it's costing them. A bill signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday requires investor-owned utilities such as Xcel Energy to provide far more detail about what they are charging customers.

Chaco Culture: Pueblo Builders of the Southwest

The "Chaco Culture," as modern-day archaeologists call it, flourished between roughly the 9th and 13th centuries A.D. and was centered at Chaco Canyon in what is now New Mexico. The people of the Chaco Culture built immense structures that at times encompassed more than 500 rooms.

Suspected Pueblo pipe bomb rendered safe

The enclosed PVC pipe did have material inside of it, some of which has been removed and sent for testing, police spokesman Sgt. Eric Gonzales said.

Colorado prison employee sues captain alleging sexual harassment

PUEBLO, COLORADO, SEPTEMBER 27, 2005--A guard speaks to an inmate in the toughest security and rooms for new arrivals in the Youth Offender System in Pueblo. As described on the YOS website: Intended as a middle tier between the Division of Youth Corrections and the Department of Corrections for violent youth felons, YOS combines a firm, disciplined regimentation with a full schedule of academics, work, interpersonal relations, pre-vocational skills within a positive peer culture.

The Desert Speaks

THE DESERT SPEAKS is an Emmy award-winning series focusing on desert regions around the world. Much more than a nature documentary, THE DESERT SPEAKS presents stories about the people, cultures, plants, animals and geological features encountered on travel adventures in deserts near and far away.

Parental Drug Abuse Sent More Than 85,000 Kids Into Foster Care In 2015

Rampant drug abuse in the U.S. is causing a crisis for social workers dealing with a massive influx of children displaced by parental addiction. After steady declines between 2009 and 2012 U.S. Social Services agencies experienced a sharp increase of children in need of foster care.

Temperatures to increase, but remain below average this weekend; slight chances of rain

A crown of clouds adorns the summit of Pikes Peak. This was the view looking east at noon on Saturday from the Pikes Peak camera, which is brought to you by the City of Colorado Springs.

New insect bee-tween a rock and a hard place

I don't write a lot about geology. I guess it's because of the natural competition between the sciences of geology and biology for relevance and status.

Theft suspects busted in hamburger drive-thru line in Pueblo, drugs found

A couple in a stolen SUV, cued up at a fast-food hamburger drive-up window in Pueblo, were arrested Friday by sheriff's deputies. A loaded handgun was found on the driver and an assortment of suspected drugs in plastic bags were also seized, according to the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.

Weekly Music Roundup: Swoosh God, Frank Ocean, G-Baby Gvvaan,...

Welcome to week three of our Weekly Music Roundup where we recap some of the biggest music news and releases of the week, in addition to introducing our readers to new artists they may want to keep on their radar. This past week was heavy with surprise releases from Travis Scott , XXXTentacion , and even Frank Ocean who shared the original solo version of "Biking."

Pueblo BusinessAztec Manufacturing a 70-year staple 47

Off historic Union Avenue in downtown Pueblo, just next to the Arkansas River, sits a small family-owned and -operated manufacturing business that has defied the odds for decades. Aztec Manufacturing opened in 1947 and has been at the same downtown location for its entire 70 years.

HazlehurstPreserve or provide? That's the question

Coal-fired power plant, sewage treatment facility, concrete batch plant, rock quarry, gravel pit, slaughterhouse, airport, wind turbine farm or oil field - which one do you want as your next-door neighbor? Most of us would say "none of the above." Yet all are essential to our advanced industrial society, and some of us get stuck living close to one or more noxious land uses.

Greg Hobbs finishes Amazing Authors tour at Cortez Library

Greg Hobbs reads from one of his books of poetry at the Cortez Public Library on Wednesday as part of the library's Amazing Authors series.

Chimney Rock National Monument kicking off the 2017 season

May is a great time to explore and get outside at Chimney Rock National Monument.

Live blog: Rain, snow snarling traffic around the Colorado Springs area

Traffic on northbound I-25 through Monument is backed up for miles, according to a tweet from KOAA's Bill Folsom. During accident alert, all traffic accidents that do not involve injuries, damage to public property or suspicion of drug or alcohol use should be reported online at Emergency vehicles are blocking the left lane of southbound I-25 at Uintah as they assist with a vehicle crash.

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