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50-year-old seriously injured in Pueblo shooting
PUEBLO, Colo. - The Pueblo Police Department is investigating a drive-by shooting that seriously injured a man, Tuesday evening. According to Captain Kenny Rider with PPD, a 50-year-old man, who lives in the area of Cedar Street and Arroyo Ave., was in his home preparing his dinner when he was shot.
Shooting under investigation in Pueblo
PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) - Police were investigating a shooting Tuesday night in Pueblo. The call came in at about 5:40 p.m. The victim was found in the 1100 block of Cedar Street on the south side of town just north of Bessemer Park. The victim's condition wasn't immediately available.
The HAWK is here; first-of-its-kind traffic signal coming to Pueblo
Ryan Severance email@example.com @RyansS_Chieftain — What's known as a High Intensity Activated Crosswalk Beacon that helps pedestrians safely cross busy streets is coming to service a South Side Pueblo neighborhood.
6 officer involved Pueblo shootings in 2018 alone
PUEBLO, Colo. - - Southern Colorado is no stranger to shootings especially when law enforcement is involved. This past year, officers in Pueblo alone discharged their weapons and fired at another person six times.
Fallen deputy’s memorial service to be held in Pueblo on Thursday
The memorial service for fallen County Sheriff’s Deputy Sergeant Matthew Moreno has been scheduled for 10 a.m. on Thursday, December 20 at Pueblo’s historic Cathedral of the Sacred Heart located at 414 W. 11th St. Sgt. Moreno, age 37, died while on duty in a tragic traffic accident at about 8 p.m. o
Moldy Marijuana Recalled In Denver And Pueblo
DENVER, CO — Marijuana sold in Denver and Pueblo has been recalled due to high "yeast and mold counts." A Denver-based marijuana business, Doctor's Orders LLC, doing business as "Doctor's Orders," voluntarily recalled all retail marijuana plant material being sold after an inspection from the Denver
Temporary warming shelter opens its doors in Pueblo
PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) The temporary warming shelter opened up over the weekend in Pueblo, and while turnout was low the first night, that number is expected to grow. Pueblo rescue mission said that only about 17 people stayed at the shelter on Saturday night. That number has already grown though as a
Marijuana Mold Recall Hits Multiple Dispensaries in Colorado
Doctor's Orders, a Colorado marijuana dispensary group and growing operation, has voluntarily recalled all of its retail marijuana plant material over mold and yeast concerns, according to the Denver Department of Public Health & Environment.
Pueblo police officer stops man from jumping off 4th Street bridge
PUEBLO, Colo. - Pueblo police are crediting an officer for saving a man who nearly jumped from the W. 4th Street bridge early Monday morning. Officer Greg Golden was called out to the bridge around 4:40 a.m. and found a man climbing the fence to jump over, Pueblo police tweeted Monday. When Golden g
9 weird Colorado laws that are still on the books
The new year is right around the corner and Colorado will soon usher in new laws. For example, Coloradans passed Senate Bill 197. That means full strength beer will be available in grocery stores in 2019.
Record holiday travel forecast; Pueblo gas prices slower to fall
A record number of Coloradans will travel this holiday season, fueled by a strong economy and a return to lower gas prices, travel group AAA said in its annual holiday forecast released Tuesday.
Pueblo's temporary warming shelter opens; turnout low
Ryan Severance firstname.lastname@example.org @RyansS_Chieftain — After many twists and turns along the way that saw two different plans falter, Pueblo's homeless population finally has a place to take refuge from the cold.
Remains of missing UW student found in Colorado
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Colorado authorities say skeletal remains are those of 20-year-old man who went missing on Mount Herman near Colorado Springs. The El Paso County Sheriff's Office says the remains were discovered Wednesday. A coroner identified the remains on Tuesday as University of W
Pueblo D60 sale of Fulton Heights school building in limbo
With a full enrollment of 185 students in grades K-6 and a top-tier "performance" rating from the state, business at Pueblo School for Arts and Sciences-Fulton Heights campus is booming.
Organizers plan an even bigger Christmas show at Pueblo courthouse
Anthony A. Mestas Pueblo County Government, Pueblo Higher Education @mestas3517 — Pueblo County aims to make the Courthouse Lighting Ceremony next year bigger and better than ever before and to build on that year after year.
Pueblo Centennial construction teacher also the boss
Fully stocked tool belt around his waist, and a no-nonsense tone in his voice, Mike Palumbo is clearly ready for the day's work. "That's the bottom plate," Palumbo called out to an attentive team of Centennial High School construction technology students. "This window's got to go in that corner over
Bustang extends from Lamar to Colorado Springs
Residents of the Arkansas Valley can now ride the Bustang passenger bus to Colorado Springs, the Colorado Department of Transportation announced last week. The addition of service from Pueblo to Colorado Springs will fill a big gap in the state's Bustang system that launched in 2015 with a route bet
Man killed during rollover crash in Pueblo West
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says one person is dead after he drove away from a restaurant at a high speed and then flipped his car into a power pole and fire hydrant. The crash happened late Sunday night at E. Spaulding Ave., just south of Highway 50. Deputies were called for a rollover accid
Forecast: Dry, sunny weather in Colorado Springs
The dry, sunny weather pattern is expected to continue this week in Colorado Springs, meteorologists say. The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted a high of 54 degrees Tuesday, 51 degrees Wednesday and 50 degrees Thursday. The region may see some clouds here and there Tuesday and Wednesday.
Teachers and parents have questions for potential Pueblo school managers
PUEBLO, Colo. - - Pueblo City Schools is looking for new management partners to run two of their suffering schools. They are required to do so after a state school board decision last month required District 60 staff to find External Management Partners (EMP) to oversee Risley International Academy