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2 years 3 months ago

Chilean court approves controversial dam project

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Chile's Supreme Court has rejected challenges to a hydroelectric dam project filed by environmental groups. The court's ruling Wednesday upholds an earlier decision by an appeals court in the southern city of Puerto Montt that the project doesn't violate the constitutional rights of those who challenged...

2 years 10 months ago

Roasting chile at the ranch

A popular flavor from Pueblo County is heating up appetites in Colorado Springs. The Historic Rock Ledge Ranch hosted their first Chile Chili Festival this afternoon. Farmers from Milberger Farms in Pueblo fired up the roasters and served up samples of three varieties of chile; the Pueblo Chile, Anaheim...

4 years 3 months ago

Many restaurants serve a slopper

The Travel Channel is in Pueblo filming an episode of Food Wars. Their goal is to find out who makes the best slopper, Gray's Coors Tavern or Sunset Inn? But, we wondered how many other restaurants serve the ubiquitous slopper? Here is a list of the 26 restaurants that we...

4 years 4 months ago

5 CU students accounted for in Chile

Five University of Colorado students studying in Chile have been accounted for following Saturday's magnitude 8.8 earthquake. University officials say three students are in Santiago and two are in Valparaiso. A sixth student who planned to travel to Chile on Sunday will wait until officials review the study program in...

4 years 4 months ago

US offers help to Chile

The U.S. pledged to help Chile after a powerful earthquake struck Saturday and kept watch on a tsunami heading for Hawaii. All 118 employees of the U.S. Embassy in Chile were accounted for, State Department spokeswoman Megan Mattson said. She had no immediate information on the status of other...

4 years 4 months ago

Update: Death toll over 200

A devastating earthquake has struck Chile, killing at least 214 people. The magnitude-8.8 quake has collapsed buildings and bridges and sent a tsunami racing across the Pacific Ocean. Roads have been destroyed, and electricity, water and phone lines have been cut to many areas. In the town of Talca,...

4 years 4 months ago

Hawaii sounds tsunami warning sirens

Sirens across Hawaii are blaring a warning to tourists and residents of a potential tsunami. The sirens sounded through the pre-dawn dark on all Hawaii's islands at 6 a.m. (11 a.m. EST), alerting people in coastal areas of the need to retreat to higher ground. Waikiki's world-famous beaches were empty...

4 years 4 months ago

Huge Chile quake downs buildings

A massive magnitude-8.8 earthquake struck Chile early Saturday, killing at least 64 people, triggering a tsunami and rattling buildings more than 200 miles away. President Michelle Bachelet declared a "state of catastrophe" in central Chile. Telephone and power lines were down, making a quick damage assessment difficult in...

4 years 10 months ago

Chile peppers loaded with nutrition

Southern Coloradans eat bushels of greens chiles every year. Besides tasting great, they're nutrition powerhouses. New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute reports that chiles have the following vitamins and minerals: Calcium Importance: Builds and maintains bones and teeth; regulates heart rhythm; eases insomnia; helps regulate the passage of nutrients...

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