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2 years 4 months ago

Update: Two shot overnight

At least one person is dead, after a shooting at the Golden Cue in Colorado Springs. That's near Astrozon and Academy in Colorado Springs. It happened around 1 a.m. Officers say the victim was taken to a medical center on Fort Carson. It is possible the person died en...

3 years 2 days ago

Cub in grocery store

KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) - Some shoppers in Ketchikan got treated to Alaska's version of a bear market last weekend. The Ketchikan Daily News reports a small black bear cub walked in the front door of Tatsuda's IGA. The scared animal found its way to a produce cooler, where it...

3 years 2 weeks ago

CU Buffs suspend 5 players for violating team rules

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Colorado coach Jon Embree has suspended five defensive players indefinitely for violating unspecified team rules. The suspended players include defensive backs Josh Moten, Ayodeji Olatoye, Parker Orms and Paul Vigo, along with linebacker Liloa Nobriga. Orms was the only starter among the group, but didn't play...

3 years 2 months ago

All bears down

The final cub is down from the tree after it was tranquilized. They now go to a rural area around 100 miles away.The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife will have the bears in custody as they relocate them.

4 years 4 months ago

Tweets fly when goals are scored

When a World Cup goal is scored, Twitter celebrates. The social networking site is seeing record traffic every time a big goal is scored in the soccer tournament. Though Twitter normally sees about 750 tweets per second on an average day, there were a record 2,940 tweets per second after...

4 years 4 months ago

Saw stuck in latest Gulf oil fix

Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen says crews are shooting chemical dispersants at oil that began leaking when a saw became stuck in the latest attempt to contain the Gulf oil gusher. The saw snagged as it was cutting through a pipe on a busted well. Allen said Wednesday the...

4 years 4 months ago

Massive education cuts around the country

Deep cuts may be looming for the nation's public school students as budget crises are forcing teacher pink-slips, shuttered classrooms and school program cuts. New York public schools are $500 million short. Illinois will cut 12,600 education jobs and in California 23-thousand teacher layoff notices have already been sent...

4 years 5 months ago

Budget woes could impact Pueblo teachers

Some teachers in Pueblo may lose their jobs as Pueblo City Schools works to trim its budget. The school board needs to cut about $5.5 million out of the budget for the upcoming school year. One recommendation right now, is to eliminate 28 teaching positions.School board president Stephanie Garcia, says...

4 years 8 months ago

Clipping coupons to help those in need

A group of women in Pueblo is clipping coupons to help those in need. Every Tuesday the women volunteer at the Senior Resource Development Agency and clip coupons for three hours. They give the coupons to seniors at SRDA. In addition, people with a low income can get them at...

4 years 10 months ago

Christmas tree permits now available

Some people are beginning to head to the mountains to cut down their own Christmas tree. Permits are now available for $10, limit two trees per household. If you plan to cut down your own tree the U.S. Forest service reminds you to be prepared for winter conditions. Take warm...

4 years 11 months ago

Treasure in the trash

Angelo Pericolo is an admitted neatnik, but his clean streak landed him in a heap of garbage this week. His wife, Bridget, rarely wears her wedding rings and hardly ever eats or drinks anything in the living room. But on Monday she did both, and then took off her...

4 years 11 months ago

Cesar Chavez Network cuts jobs from schools

More than two dozen people have been laid off from the Cesar Chavez School Network. The school board members unanimously approved the cuts at a public meeting on Monday at Dolores Huerta Preparatory High. The school board says the cuts were necessary because they're facing a $1.5 million deficit. A...

5 years 1 week ago

Fed boss sees no rush to boost rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sent a fresh signal yesterday that he's in no rush to reverse course and start boosting interest rates. The Fed's key bank lending rate is now at a record low near zero and will probably stay there for an "extended period," Bernanke said in a...

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