BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - A man accused of refusing to pay his $3 drink tab at a Boulder restaurant and punching a manager who tried to escort him out also is accused of assaulting a police officer.
Police say officer Christian McCracken was taken to a hospital after the... more »
The 6th Annual Flavor of Pueblo Food & Wine Show will happen Thursday, March 3, at the Pueblo Convention Center.
Last year, over 800 people attended the event, tasting the many "Flavors of Pueblo" by enjoying samples from 25 food and beverage vendors and wine purveyors. This year's vendors... more »
Water should be running again in Rocky Ford around 8 p.m. Monday according to City Manager Dan Hyatt. The entire town has been without water for three days.
Rocky Ford's mayor says four water mains broke beginning on Christmas, affecting the town's 4,000 residents. Several restaurants and businesses were... more »
Dr Pepper is prescribing some sugar-real sugar-this summer in honor of its 125th anniversary. The soda is rolling out Dr Pepper made with sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup this weekend. It's another move by a major soft drink maker to switch the sweeteners, but only for a limited... more »
The Pueblo West Metro District wants to send waste water into the Pueblo Reservoir, which is also where many people get their drinking water. The proposal isn't sitting well with county leaders, but Pueblo West says its safe and necessary.
"You're always trying to get water, and you're always... more »
The next time you use a fountain soda machine, you may get more than you bargained for.
A study of soda taken from thirty fountain machines in Roanoke, Virginia found nearly half of all beverages had coliform bacteria, a group of bacteria indicative of fecal contamination.
Only 20%... more »
It's banned in 13 states and sure doesn't come in a six-pack. The maker of Sam Adams beer has released an updated version of its biennial beer Utopias. At 27 percent alcohol by volume and $150 a bottle, the limited release is now the highest alcohol content beer on the... more »
With Washington trying to figure out how to pay for health reform, an old idea is resurfacing.
Tax the foods that make us unhealthy, like sugary sodas and juices, to help pay for the problems they might contribute to, like obesity.
But will a "sugar tax" work?
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