The Board of Pueblo County Commissioners says it will officially break ground on the new judicial building, next week. The ceremony is set for Wednesday, February 1st at 1 p.m., at the building site on 4th and Elizabeth.
"This event is the culmination of many years of planning," said... more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is getting an early start on Sept. 11 commemorations by traveling to ground zero of the terrorist attacks on New York and to Shanksville, Pa., where hijacked United Flight 93 crashed in an open field, killing all 40 passengers and crew members.
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Passengers aboard a flight that touched down at New York's JFK Airport Saturday are counting their blessings.
Part of the plane's landing gear was stuck, which made for an extremely rough landing.
One of the passengers recorded the bumpy touch-down. While a flight attendant yelled to stay down,... more »
Many of Colorado's state parks still have camp sites available for the Labor Day weekend.
Arkansas Headwaters, Yampa River, Crawford, Eleven Mile and Mancos state parks are among the sites that still have spaces open all three days.
But others are already full for the three-day weekend. They... more »
The House has passed far-reaching aviation safety legislation developed in response to a deadly commuter airline crash in western New York last year.
The safety measures were approved without opposition late Thursday, with Senate action expected on Friday.
The bill is an attempt to force airlines to hire... more »
A new building is coming to the Pueblo riverwalk. On Friday the HARP Authority held a ground breaking ceremony on lot 4, which is located next to Angelo's Pizza Parlor. Potential tenants include Musso's Mercato Italian Market, Q Pig BBQ, Muggsy's Inn and Main Street Treats. more »
Observers in helicopters say they aren't seeing any movement from a man who fell 1,500 feet into the crater of Mount St. Helens in Washington.
Rescuers have been trying to reach him, but weather conditions have made it impossible so far. Two attempts to reach Joseph Bohlig by helicopter... more »
There are no immediate reports of damage or casualties following a strong earthquake that shook several small islands off Japan's southern coast today. The quake caused officials to temporarily issue a tsunami warning. Japan's Meteorological Agency says the earthquake hit shortly after 3 p.m. local time and registered magnitude 6.6.... more »