There is heightened security at El Paso County office buildings across Colorado Springs.
On Friday 25-year-old Jessica Tuckness and 35-year-old Burnest Johnson went to the Department of Human Services office after hours, wanting to speak to a case worker about a child custody case. A security guard informed them... more »
Pueblo City Schools is taking the first step in a study of the future use of school buildings. The district has seen steadily declining enrollment for years and is faced with the possibility of closing school buildings in the future.
The district is asking for citizens who would be... more »
Pueblo Community College will issue revenue bonds to pay for $13 million in improvements to the campus.
The bonds, with an interest rate of 3.69 percent, will go on sale Sept. 29.
The student body of PCC approved the bonds in a vote last spring. The bonds will... more »
Fort Collins police say a crowd of about 400 threw bottles at officers, damaged cars and set trash cans on fire after a festival in Old Town.
Authorities say two people were thrown through a window and were taken to a hospital early Sunday, but their conditions and the... more »
The University of Colorado received $140.8 million in private support over the past fiscal year, capping the school's strongest-ever four years for such donations.
The private contributions for the fiscal year that ended June 30 represent a 4.7 percent increase from the 2008-09 school year.
The funds include... more »
The California State Assembly has passed a bill requiring legislative approval before Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger can sell two dozen state office buildings.
The bill passed 58-0 Thursday on a bipartisan vote. It also would require the administration to perform a 50-year cost-benefit analysis of the plan to sell state-owned... more »
Here's what I'm working on today. On June 3, 1921 the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek in Pueblo flooded, creating the worst natural disaster in the city's history. The flood water was more than 15 feet high in some spots. Hundreds of people were killed and it caused millions of... more »
The latest financial report from El Paso county shows the county did slightly better than expected on the operational side of things. But when it comes to some aging buildings, the news isn't as positive. "Anytime we try to do anything proactive it could cost us a lot more money... more »
Indonesia's Health Ministry says nearly 3,000 people may still be trapped under rubble after a powerful earthquake two days ago. A spokesman for the ministry's Disaster Management Agency says 715 people have been confirmed dead and 2,400 hospitalized. A United Nations spokeswoman says the with thousands still trapped under collapsed... more »