Three Pueblo students are asking for donations that would help newborns who are legally surrendered after birth. They're collecting blankets, pacifiers and other unopened baby items to make care packages for each fire station in Pueblo.
Under the Safe Haven law, a mother can give her infant to a... more »
A lot of teachers want students to sit still during class, but one Southern Colorado school has thrown out that philosophy. They're encouraging students to wiggle and move and they believe it's improving learning.
"I love it," said Noah Nesit a first grader. At the bottom of their bottoms... more »
The teen accused of gunning down a Big O Tire employee in Monument Monday is due to make his first appearance before a judge Tuesday afternoon.
Logan McClelland, 18, is being held on charges including first degree murder.
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office say McClelland and his... more »
In Pueblo, there was a special honor Thursday for Holocaust survivor. Lili Susser received an honorary diploma from the McClelland School during a school graduation. When she was younger, Susser was taken to an Auschwitz concentration camp and never finished school. The school's 8th grade class wanted to give Susser... more »
A science teacher has traveled more than 8,400 miles to Pueblo, as part of a unique teacher exchange program. Omony Alex is from Gulu, Uganda in Africa.
This is his first visit to the United States, and as you can imagine he's still adjusting to the cold winter weather... more »
McClelland School will be hosting the 1st Annual McClelland High School Fair on Wednesday, November 18th from 4:30 to 6:30 PM in the school gym located at 415 E. Abriendo Ave. in Pueblo.
Thirteen high schools have been invited to send representatives to answer questions and share information about... more »