How many city workers does it take to screw in a light bulb? That's what Grand Junction city officials hope to find out after they got a $500,000 estimate from Xcel Energy to repair dozens of street lights that have gone out around the city. The city of Grand Junction... more »
DENVER (AP) - Susan Cole of Denver stood out in a jury pool last summer, with mismatched socks and shoes, and her hair in curlers. District Judge Anne Mansfield dismissed the cosmetologist and author from jury duty after Cole said she "broke out of domestic violence in the military" and... more »
It's hard to imagine anyone could pull out their own stomach. Last month, Jesus Gutierrez was stabbed in Pueblo and told police he yanked his stomach out of his body. Experts now say that's more than likely what happened.
Gutierrez was stabbed outside Paisano's bar on Lake Ave. on... more »
Crews fighting the grass fire in a field between Woody Creek Drive and S. Powers Blvd have reported the fire extinguished. Crews still on scene are watching for hot spots and performing mop up functions. No homes were reported damaged by the fire due to the quick response of fire... more »
Go ahead and joke about how often Colorado State University students crack the books - the Morgan Library in Fort Collins is clearing out about a fourth of its books because they haven't been checked out in decades.
The Morgan Library is being renovated, and library officials decided to... more »
Officials say a wildfire that started five weeks ago in Great Sand Dunes National Park is all but extinguished.
Park Superintendent Art Hutchinson said Monday a few hot spots are smoldering inside the 6,200-acre perimeter. He says they'll be allowed to burn out naturally.
Lightning started the fire... more »
Pueblo law enforcement agencies are once again hoping to make neighborhoods safer with National Night Out.
Last year's National Night Out campaign involved citizens, law enforcement agencies, civic groups, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local officials from over 15,000 communities from all 50 states. In all, over 36 million people... more »