It's time once again to drain the Riverwalk in Pueblo.
It happens once a year to clean out the bottom of the channel. This time they choose to do it in January when less people visit due to weather, but they do still invite you to come down to the... more »
It's the worst outbreak of West Nile virus in U.S. history, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
The infection starts with a fever, then headaches, stiffness and flu-like symptoms, usually 3 to 15 days after being bitten.
Just this year, 1,100 people were infected in 38 states.... more »
The Colorado Springs Stormwater Division is asking residents to keep the storm drains clear. This is the time of year when people prune trees and clean up their yards. But if left near a storm drain, that refuse can find its way into the drainage system and even into Fountain... more »
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk in Pueblo will be drained soon as part of an annual cleaning project. Starting Monday, March 12, the water will be drained so maintenance crews can scoop out debris and vegetation.
For several days the channel will be empty. It will be refilled by April... more »
Pueblo residents have a way to get rid of that used cooking oil after Thanksgiving, without causing problems to their sewer drains. Just recycle it.
City and county residents can drop off their used cooking oil, including fats, oils and grease (vegetable and animal) at no cost from November... more »
A combination or rainy and hot weather have provided perfect breeding conditions for mosquitoes.
The El Paso County Health Department is warning you to take precautions against West Nile Virus.
· Wear insect repellant with DEET.
· DRAIN standing water outside in tires, flower... more »
Black Friday is a big day at the stores, but its also considered one the busiest days of the year for plumbers. It's a Thanksgiving problem: people pour grease or put food down the drain. At one apartment in Pueblo a teenager poured all the grease from a 24-pound turkey... more »