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HALLOWEEN: Here's what's brewing up during for this haunted holiday

There's something spooky on the wind, and no, it doesn't have anything to do with local, state or national government. We're talking, of course, about Halloween -- that favorite, fun holiday of ghosts, ghouls and goblins, and prime-time opportunity for little superheroes to save the day, for junior

PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - 2017-10-19 03:20:00

Colorado authorities help crackdown on child prostitution

PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) - Pueblo police aided in a nationwide crackdown on child prostitution this week resulting in several arrests and the recovery of 17 children in Colorado and Wyoming. One of the children recovered was only three months old. On Thursday, authorities executed two operations in Pue

KKTV - 2017-10-19 01:24:00

Dance, culture, social commentary and Shakespeare for the week ahead

Hispanic Heritage Month ran Sept. 15-Oct. 15 - CSU-Pueblo invited this dance troupe to celebrate. Ballet Folklorico de la Ciudad de Mexico presents traditional Mexican dance, with colorful and engaging costumes and high-energy music. Since its inception in 1987, the troupe has acted as cultural amb


A chance to be heard

In football, there's a saying that the most popular player on a struggling team is always the backup quarterback. The thinking is that surely the backup quarterback could be doing a better job than the starting quarterback, if only given the chance. It's impossible to prove or disprove that theory,

PUEBLO CHIEFTAIN - 2017-10-19 04:46:07

October's 'Spotlight on Local Business' recipient: Vance's Bicycle World

PUEBLO, Colo. - The Pueblo County Board of Commissioners granted one business an honor on Wednesday, October 18. Vance's Bicycle World is the October "Spotlight on Local Business" recipient! This award is part of the Buy-Local Advisory Board's campaign to increase jobs, tax base and boost the econom

FOX21NEWS.COM - 2017-10-18 23:22:46

84 juveniles rescued, 120 arrested following nationwide child sex trafficking investigation

PUEBLO, Colo. - The results of a nationwide operation including Pueblo that targeted commercial child sex trafficking have been released. This year's Operation Cross Country resulted in the rescue of 84 sexually exploited juveniles and the arrests of 120 traffickers. Operation Cross Country is an ef


D60 approves new health insurance carrier; plan comes with 5.9% increase

Pueblo City Schools (D60) employees will soon have new carriers for health, dental and vision insurance. And while the monthly premium for health insurance is going up, the spike isn't nearly as painful as it could have been. During an Oct. 12 special meeting, the board of education unanimously agre


Forum highlights pros and cons of two inititives

At a Leadership Pike Peak forum Oct. 17, it was Laura Carno versus Mayor John Suthers in a debate about the stormwater fee proposal that will be on the Nov. 7 ballot; and it was taxophobe Douglas Bruce versus Friends of D-11 campaign strategist Lauren Hug in a discussion about Colorado Springs Schoo


I-25 northbound closed between Abriendo and Central

Northbound Interstate 25 was closed Wednesday morning between Abriendo Avenue (Exit 97B) and Central Avenue (Exit 97A) in Pueblo after a piece of Vestas wind tower equipment fell off a semi-tractor trailer. Evans or Orman are being suggested as alternate routes. I-25 may reopen briefly but is expect


County working to dispel myths about foster parenting

It's an expanded family they have always dreamed of. Patricia Payne and her sister, Bernadine Lafebre, have been taking care of people for most of their lives. When their aging parents needed them most, they were there for them. And when their parents died in 2007, that same caregiver mentality carr


Study says since recreational marijuana was legalized, opioid deaths dropped in Colorado

PUEBLO, Colo. - Since people 21 and older have been able to buy recreational marijuana in Colorado, the number of opioid related deaths has gone down. A study from the American Journal of Public Health says their findings are preliminary, but they believe the numbers are associated. However, Dr. M


MOP graffiti cleanup nearing completion

The Colorado Department of Transportation said it has cleaned up about 85 percent of the MOP graffiti that was tagged on signs, guardrails and sound walls along Pueblo's roadways in the spring and early summer. "The large sound walls and some of the barriers the graffiti was applied to were kind of


Brown, Bruns contending for District 3 City Council seat

District 3 City Councilman Ed Brown and challenger Joshua Bruns discussed city issues Tuesday night and disagreed on fundamental issues such as needing a street-repair utility and a strong-mayor system during a televised forum at Pueblo Community College. Brown, a retired firefighter, is seeking a s


Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum Hall of Fame Now Accepting Nominations for 2018 Induction Class

Colorado Springs--------The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, is one of the world's most famous motorsport events. The Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum Hall of Fame is now seeking worthy nominations for induction in 2018. This respected organization is commi

KKTV - 2017-10-19 06:04:00

Your bus stop forecast for Friday October 20

Good morning! Here is a look at your forecast at the bus stop: Morning temperatures at the bus stop: Temperatures will between likely be between 45 and 50 through 8 AM for most of CNY. The coldest countryside will be between 38 and 44. The lakeshores of Lake Ontario near Oswego will be milder. Tempe

CNYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-10-20 04:39:50

Tales Of Total Solar Eclipse To Engage Planetarium Visitors In November

OSWEGO - The SUNY Oswego planetarium will present "The Great American Eclipse" at 7 p.m. every Sunday during November. The planetarium's director, Dr. Scott Roby of the college's physics department, and co-host Richard Frieman will recount the adventures of some members of the college's physics and

OSWEGOCOUNTYTODAY.COM - 2017-10-20 11:37:25

Free Speech Ball Looking To Make A Heavy Impact On College Campus Mentality

OSWEGO, NY - The SUNY Oswego College Republicans hope to make an impact on October 25 with a giant eight-foot tall beach ball, which students can write whatever they wish on. The College Republicans hope the pro-First Amendment event will promote freedom of speech on college campuses, an issue which

OSWEGOCOUNTYTODAY.COM - 2017-10-20 11:10:06

Ribbon Cutting Held For The Cornerstone Club

The Cornerstone Club Social Day Program located at 808 W. Broadway in Fulton officially marked its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Helping to launch the new program is (left to right) Fulton Common Councilors Lawrence Macner; Donald Patrick Jr. and Council President David Ritchie; Karen Murr

OSWEGOCOUNTYTODAY.COM - 2017-10-19 20:05:29

Managing Future Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Neatahwanta

To the editor: As in many years past, this summer the waters of Lake Neatahwanta turned thick and green due to a harmful algae bloom. HABs occur when algae populations explode due to favorable environmental conditions: high sunlight and nutrient levels, and warm temperatures. As the citizens of Fult

OSWEGOCOUNTYTODAY.COM - 2017-10-20 11:11:17

Oswego County man faces child pornography charges

SCRIBA, NY - A Scriba man is facing child pornography charges after New York State Police say he uploaded child pornography on his computer. Domenic J. Gioia, 41, of 956 Middle Road, Scriba is charged with two counts of promoting a sexual performance by a child, and one count of possession of a sexu

SYRACUSE.COM - 2017-10-20 16:53:16