Twenty-three thousand acres, about half the size of the city of Pueblo, that's the size of the Pueblo Chemical Depot east of town.
As we've been reporting for several years now, they are in the process of destroying hundreds of thousands of World War II era chemical weapons, but... more »
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Deep snow in parts of the West has given states in the Colorado River basin some relief from drought, but water managers say there's still work to keep water flowing from faucets in the future.
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor says that before... more »
America's second-to-last shuttle launch was a success. Shuttle Endeavour launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida just before 7 a.m. local time. NASA and the federal government will be looking for their next method of space travel. In the meantime it looks like the U.S. could be buying seats on the rockets... more »
The Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce is asking businesses and citizens for ideas to improve the Academy Blvd. corridor.
The meeting will happen August 23 at 4 p.m. at Delta Solutions and Strategies at 1625 S. Murray Blvd, Suite 100, in Colorado Springs.
Plans will focus on the... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke tells Congress the economic outlook remains "unusually uncertain," and the Fed is ready to take new steps to keep the recovery alive if the economy worsens.
The Fed chief, in prepared testimony to the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday, says record low... more »
The future of Memorial Health System is in the hands of the people it serves. In February, the Colorado Springs City Council commissioned a committee to look at options for the city-owned health system's future. The options range from keeping things the way they are to selling the health system... more »
Fisherman Al Cottone gestured to his fishing boat, tucked in a cold corner of Gloucester harbor Tuesday, and told the nation's fisheries chief he might not be in business much longer.
A decade ago, Cottone downsized to the small, 45-foot dragger after his fishing partner, his father, retired. He... more »
An independent government watchdog is warning that the response to the financial meltdown has made it more likely the United States will face a deeper crisis in the future. Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general for the trouble asset relief program, or TARP, says the problems that led to the... more »
A conservative public policy group is warning Colorado lawmakers that big government programs are putting the state's economic future in jeopardy. Americans for Prosperity state director Jeff Crank says Colorado lawmakers are abandoning reforms that served the state well in the legal system, health care and education in favor of... more »
Leaders at the U.N. climate talks that are kicking off Monday, in Thailand, warn that failure to act will leave future generations fighting for survival. They called on delegates to break the deadlock over a global warming deal that has been bogged down by a broad unwillingness to commit to... more »