It was a warm 4th of July, but people in Pueblo West knew exactly how to cool off.
Thousands lined Joe Martinez Boulevard for this morning's annual Wet Parade. Armed with water guns and buckets full of water, they all soaked each other before the parade even started. Once... more »
Walgreens and AARP have begun offering free health screenings in Pueblo, Pueblo West and Canon City.
Six health tests valued at $140 -- bone density, cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, waist circumference and body mass analysis -- will be given free in Pueblo through Aug. 29.
It's part of... more »
A Pueblo West man reported missing has been found safe and returned to his family.
Joe Anthony Sanchez was last seen two weeks ago when he went for a drive. After photos of Sanchez were shown Tuesday by local media, and a description of his truck broadcast, his truck... more »
A Pueblo West man with diabetes and possibly dementia has been reported missing by his family.
Joe Sanchez, 69, left his home two weeks ago. He told family members he was going for a drive to clear his head. He was driving a gold, 2008 Ford F250 4x4 bearing... more »
A Pueblo judge declared a mistrial in the sexual assault and murder trial of Paul Stark. The lead defense attorney on the case, Kim Karn, was called out-of-state on a family emergency, prompting the ruling. Karn is attending a funeral in Iowa. The trial was in recess until Tuesday, so... more »
A fire inadvertently started by the homeowner destroyed a Pueblo West home early Thursday morning. No one was injured.
The fire was reported by a neighbor on Granby Lane at 3:00 am. The owner told investigators that she was burning items in a backyard fire pit Wednesday night. She... more »
The Pueblo County Coroner says the suspect in a hostage situation in Pueblo West early Monday morning, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The coroner has identified the man as Greg Gilmore, 56. The Pueblo County Sheriff's office says it received a 911 call at 5:40 a.m. from the victim.... more »
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed $40,000 in penalties against Spaccamonti Excavating Inc. of Pueblo for alleged trenching violations.
OSHA accuses Spaccamonti Excavating of one willful and three serious violations following an inspection at a worksite in Pueblo West.
"Trench operations are inherently dangerous," said... more »