A group of neighbors in Pueblo County say a property in Vineland has been trashy for far too long. We wanted a look for ourselves, so we headed out there earlier today.
Here's what we found. It's a home some neighbors say has been an eyesore for decades.
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A federal judge in Utah has handed control of a communal land trust back to the leaders of Warren Jeffs' polygamous church.
In a temporary order signed Thursday, U.S. District Judge Dee Benson said church leaders, not the state of Utah, should manage the... more »
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Dr. Ned Calonge is leaving his post as Colorado's chief medical officer after eight years to head one of the state's largest foundations.
Calonge plans to take over as president of the Colorado Trust, a $360 million endowment that awarded nearly $22 million in grants last year to improve... more »
There's growing concern over the homeless camps in Colorado Springs. The campsites are much more visible, and businesses are worried that panhandlers are becoming more aggressive.
To confront the issue, the police department has created a Homeless Outreach Team. The officers of team are assigned to patrol the homeless... more »
President Barack Obama is telling Wall Street to take steps on its own to rebuild trust with the public, and not wait for Congress to legislate the tighter oversight of the industry he is pushing. Obama says many of the firms now seeing improvement in their finances owe a debt... more »