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About: pueblo, colorado

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityColorado 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

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30 struggling Colorado schools have 1 more year to improve

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Alzheimer's resident faces possible homicide charge in roommate death

An 87-year old man with advanced Alzheimer's was being held this week under suspicion of beating a fellow Alzheimer's resident and roommate to death in a Lakewood, CO, assisted living facility. . Police arrested Homer Castor and are holding him without bond.

Continued snow made roads tough to clear ahead of looming storm

An unrelenting storm that dumped more than half a foot of snow over much of El Paso County over the weekend caused trouble for road crews through Tuesday night as cleanup work continued ahead of another looming storm. A snowplow works Platte Avenue near downtown Colorado Springs as a winter storm begins to pick up Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015.

Filtered for myths and archetypes

Currently, Russian and Finnish researchers are studying "palaeoacoustic" ringing rock sites on the shores of Lake Onega in Russia. They have found that the sound these natural stone "drums" make when struck is amplified by the surface of the lake, causing it to carry for kilometres around.

Pueblo City Council allows home marjiuana grows

Two years after voters passed Amendment 64, Pueblo City Council approved an ordinance that allows people to grow marijuana in their homes. Even though Puebloans have been growing it in their homes for several years, it's been illegal in the city -- up until now.

Snow day in Pueblo brings the best and worst moments

Eddie Willis drove from Pueblo to Colorado Springs. He said he was in no hurry to get to where he was going.

Oil and gas development threaten a World Heritage Site

Across the nation there are many places to drill for oil and gas but only one center for the ancient Ancestral Puebloan culture exists. A World Heritage Site, Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northern New Mexico is being threatened by encroaching oil and gas development.

Drivers are put to the test during winter storm in southern Colorado

People driving through Pueblo on I-25 had to deal with slippery, snowy and windy conditions making it difficult to keep their vehicles between the lines. Zak Kay was driving on the interstate hauling a vehicle.

Deputies Search For Stolen Car And Suspects

Although our Friday will be quiet, changes will be rapidly moving in Friday night and Saturday morning as cold air sets to move in. We'll see the chance for flurries overnight, as more substantial snow moves in Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

PCSO: 2 facility walkaways steal staff member's car

The sheriff's office said two walkaway clients at the Pueblo Regional Center Facility stole a staff member's car around 11 p.m. The center is a residential facility for individuals with developmental needs. The stolen car is a white 2009 Honda Civic, with Colorado license plate 890VKZ.

More courtrooms than judges in new judicial building

Nearly 10 percent of the space in the new judicial building goes largely unused. Pueblo County Facilities Director Sean Tapia estimates that space accounts for 16,000 square feet of the building.

Heartwarming Hairstylist

A single dad in Pueblo, Colorado is gaining international fame this week over the way he styles his daughter's hair. Greg Wickherst has shaved his head since he was in his early 20s, and was completely baffled by trying to put a simple pony tail in his daughter Izzy's hair.

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Colorado residents are first to ask feds to block legal pot

Hope, left, and Mike Reilly of Pueblo, Colo., attend a news conference in reaction to the announcement that a federal lawsuit is being filed on behalf of the couple by a Washington D.C.-based group to shut down the state's $800-million-a-year marijuana industry early Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, in Denver.

Kenworth announces top dealers for 2014

The company also announced several other awards along with its Service and Parts councils at the annual Kenworth Dealer Meeting, held in Phoenix, AZ. "To achieve outstanding performance in this industry requires great products, unwavering dedication and hard work, and attention to detail.

College wrestling: Central Oklahoma's unbeaten Chris Watson still has goals ahead

He'll wrap up his career over the next month with the Division-II West Super Regional in Pueblo, Colo., on Feb. 27-28 and the Division-II NCAA Tournament on March 13-14. Watson, a sixth-year senior from Andover, Kan., is 34-0 with 28 bonus-point wins on the season.

People share their thoughts about the repairs on the Arkansas River Levee

A historic art piece is being torn down for safety and people in Pueblo had their questions answered regarding the construction on the Arkansas River Levee and how the mural on it is being preserved. People filled the Heritage Museum to hear the latest updates regarding the project on the levee and the record-breaking mural.