A petition to recall Colorado State Senate President Leroy Garcia of Pueblo has been approved by the Secretary of State.
Pueblo's violent crime rate was 1,053 per 100,000 people, well above the national rate of 383 per 100,000.
The North Shore Marina was evacuated Saturday due to wind storm damage, and will remain closed indefinitely.
A month after part of the river was closed, inner-tubes and boat can again be used on the Arkansas River below Lake Pueblo.
The Rock Canyon swim beach at Lake Pueblo has reopen after tests confirmed the water is again safe.
High levels of E. coli have closed the Lake Pueblo swim beach through the holiday weekend.
High water closes parts of the Arkansas River near Pueblo due to safety concerns.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is developing a plan to create trails at Lake Pueblo State Park. Public comments are welcome at an open house set for April 29.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will being work Monday on a six mile stretch of Highway 96 in Pueblo County as crews complete pipe work in the area.
The full closure is expected to be in effect from April 8-12 from Boone to the junction with Highway 50. Motorists will be detoured on to Highway 50 and Highway 209. Only local traffic will be allowed to use Highway 96 during the closure.
The project is part of overall improvements that include repaving portions of Highway 96 to improve safety and increase the lifespan of the road. Bridge repairs are also included.
Colorado State University Extension is offering a three-hour course for small producers interested in bringing their home-made foods to market.
The class is offered by CSU Extension in Pueblo County and covers the food safety training required by Colorado's Cottage Food Act.
Extension Agent Laura Krause will instruct the course November 16 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the CSU Extension office located at 701 Court Street, Suite C, in Pueblo.