Volunteers take their Saturday to help out in the yards of senior citizens. Rake Up Pueblo is all a part of the Senior Resource Development Agency. The volunteers go out to the homes of those that signed up for the program to rake up leaves and clean up the yard.
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With the heat outside, we definitely aren't having an early fall, so why are the trees already turning yellow?
It's actually brought on by the drought, which can cause stress and damage to trees. Those at the National Forest Service say the colors are much earlier this year. They add... more »
In the aftermath of the Waldo Canyon fire officials are gearing up to prepare for potential flooding beneath burn zones, especially along Highway 24.
Even years after the 2002 Hayman fire, charred lands still couldn't absorb rain; the result was a flash flood that wiped out miles of Highway... more »
Colorado State Patrol says it was a car fire that closed SB I-25 early Friday morning.
Initially, reports were of a rollover crash.
State Patrol says they are currently searching for the driver of the vehicle. He is described as a hispanic male with a red sweatshirt and... more »
The United States Forest Service released a report today for the peak of fall foliage. Take a look to see when to visit different areas for those great fall views.
San Isabel National Forest
Leadville: The entire Collegiate Peaks area is in full color. Suggested routes include Hwy... more »
The Colorado Springs Street Division continues its annual stormwater cleanup effort this week to prevent the clogging of storm drains. Residents can drop off their leaves between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Wed, Dec. 1 - Chelton Rd. and Alpine Pl.
Thursday, Dec. 2 - Oro Blanco... more »
Colorado Springs residents can recycle their fallen leaves Wednesday and Thursday on Cheyenne Blvd. Putting leaves inthe gutter is illegal in the Springs, because it clogs waterways.
Wednesday, Dec. 2 and Thursday, Dec. 3 drop off leaves at the corner of W. Cheyenne Blvd. and Fox Ave., one block... more »
Waterways across the upper Midwest are increasingly plagued with ugly, smelly and potentially deadly blue-green algae, bloomed by drought and fertilizer runoffs from farm fields, that's killed dozens of dogs and sickened many people.
Aquatic biologists say it's a problem that falls somewhere between a human health concern and... more »
Northern New England's foliage is expected to be especially vibrant this fall. But tourism revenues likely will remain muted as the economy slowly recovers. Tourism officials are optimistic but don't expect to break any records. They're offering a variety of deals in hopes of at least matching last year's revenues,... more »