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Stories with place: Pueblo
  • Colorado State Fair gets new general manager 
    Updated: Nov-25-15 4:02 am

    PUEBLO, Colorado - A California woman has been named the new general manager of The Colorado State Fair.

  • Airline service returns to Pueblo, air terminal isn't ready 
    Updated: Nov-14-15 4:42 pm

    PUEBLO, Colorado - Air service at Pueblo Memorial Airport is resuming even as the air terminal is still being remodeled.

  • Man to go to trial for pregnant girlfriend's death 
    Updated: Nov-07-15 1:52 pm

    PUEBLO, Colorado - A judge has ruled there is enough evidence to try a man for murder in the stabbing death of his pregnant girlfriend.

  • Man gets 48 years in prison for Pueblo teen's death 
    Updated: Nov-06-15 9:11 pm

    BRIGHTON, Colorado - A man who pleaded guilty to killing a Pueblo teenager who disappeared last year has been sentenced to 48 years in prison.

  • Former Weber State player challenges NCAA transfer rule 
    Updated: Nov-06-15 4:04 pm

    SOUTH BEND, Indiana - A former Weber State football player who says his scholarship was not renewed following the 2012 season has filed a federal lawsuit against the NCAA alleging it violates antitrust laws by forcing players to sit out a year after transferring schools.

  • Colorado county bullish on pot starts new weed scholarship 
    Updated: Nov-04-15 6:39 pm

    DENVER - A Colorado county that boasts the world's largest outdoor marijuana farm and has been actively courting the new pot industry has approved the world's first marijuana-funded college scholarship.

  • Group wants to turn golf course into community center 
    Updated: Nov-01-15 5:29 pm

    COLORADO CITY, Colorado - The Sangre de Cristo Volunteers for Community have negotiated a 30-year, $1-a-year lease with the Colorado City Metropolitan District on a community activity center in the middle of an abandoned 9-hole golf course where the group wants to build a community center.

  • Chemical weapons destruction plant in Kentucky is finished 
    Updated: Oct-27-15 6:08 pm

    RICHMOND, Kentucky - Kentucky is home to a stockpile of deadly chemical weapons, some dating back to the end of World War II. The government has finished construction on a massive complex that will dismantle and destroy the weapons, beginning in 2020. The project, which broke ground at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond in 2003, is estimated to cost more than $5 billion.