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Situated at the junction of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek, the city is some 100 miles south of Denver on I25. The Colorado State Fair, at the end of August, is in Pueblo and is the state's largest event, unless of course the Bronco's are in the Super Bowl. The city has also attracted many green companies including wind and solar plants.

Population: 104954
Local Newspapers: The Pueblo Chieftain
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Colorado State University - Pueblo

Zip Codes associated with pueblo, colorado: 81001 81003 81004 81005 81006 81007 81008
Towns/Cities near pueblo, colorado : Salt Creek Penrose Canon City

Pueblo News
Disabled Pueblo man dies weeks vicious attack with baseball bat

A disabled Pueblo man who was beaten with a bat last month after trying to stop an act of bullying died Wednesday. Now his death is being investigated as a homicide, and Pueblo police are asking for help in finding his attackers.

Shooting deaths of mother, daughter in Pueblo ruled murder-suicide

The shooting deaths of a mother and daughter in their Pueblo West home have been deemed a murder and suicide. Autopsies conducted Wednesday by the Pueblo County coroner's office revealed that 10-year-old Stephie Hamula died from multiple gunshot wounds, and her mother, Jennifer, 42, died of a single gunshot, according to a sheriff's news release.

Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

Researchers say they have found a new clue into the mysterious exodus of ancient cliff-dwelling people from the Mesa Verde area of Colorado more than 700 years ago: DNA from the bones of domesticated turkeys. The DNA shows the Mesa Verde people raised turkeys that had telltale similarities to turkeys kept by ancient people in the Rio Grande Valley of northern New Mexico - and that those birds became more common in New Mexico about the same time the Mesa Verde people were leaving their cliff dwellings, according to a paper published last month in the journal PLoS One.

Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

In this Aug. 27, 2005 file photo, visitors tour Cliff Palace, an ancient cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park, Colo. Researchers say they have new evidence that ancestral Pueblo people who disappeared from the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings of southwestern Colorado 700 years ago migrated to what is now New Mexico.

Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

In this Aug. 27, 2005 file photo, visitors tour Cliff Palace, an ancient cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park, Colo. Researchers say they have new evidence that ancestral Pueblo people who disappeared from the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings of southwestern Colorado 700 years ago migrated to what is now New Mexico.

Pueblo Sheriff's Office searching for suspected ENT robber

Pueblo County Sheriff's deputies are seeking a suspect in connection with a robbery Wednesday at the ENT Federal Credit Union in Rye. An arrest warrant for bank robbery, a Class 4 Felony, has been issued for Dennis Flowers, 66, who is suspected of walking into ENT Federal Credit Union in Rye Wednesday morning and handing a note to a teller demanding money.

Colorado Springs award-winning Cajun restaurant hires new chef

Alexandra Kowalski, a new chef at Mamma Pearl's Cajun Kitchen, puts finishing touches on desserts for the fourth anniversary dinner at the eatery. Photos by Teresa Farney Alexandra Kowalski is the new chef whipping up New Orleans dishes at Mamma Pearl's Cajun Kitchen, 6620 Delmonico Drive.

Pueblo woman found shot to death with daughter had been Colorado prison correctional officer

A 42-year-old woman who was shot to death along with her 10-year-old daughter had been a correctional officer at the highest security state prison in Colorado. The bodies of Jennifer Hamula, 42, and Stephie Hamula were discovered Monday afternoon at a home on the 1000 block of Mescal Drive in Pueblo.

New principal, several new teachers in Wiggins

He previously lived in Gunnison. He is married to Rebecca, who works at Thomson Elementary School in Brush.

2 humans, 2 dogs found dead in Pueblo home

Pueblo County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the unusual discovery of two dead people and two dead dogs in a county home Monday afternoon. Deputies were asked to do a welfare check at 4:22 p.m. at a home in the 1000 block of Mescal Drive, according to a news release by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Department.

Eight of the Best Short Stories Set in Colorado

Colorado has inspired many literary hookups, some passionate and some bleak. Here's a list of short stories set in Colorado that you can easily read on your next lunch break.

Inmate sues Pueblo sawmill, Colorado prison officials after serious injury

"Kandy Fuelling was terrified to remove her hands from her skull because she was scared that her head was going to fall apart," the lawsuit says Kandy Fuelling isn't your typical Colorado inmate with hard-core criminal convictions. And she may be a bit too trusting.

100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Jeff Lee

Life partners Jeff Lee and Ann Martin are book people to the core: They met working at the Tattered Cover Book Store in 1986 and remain on staff at the Denver landmark more than thirty years later. Over the decades, the couple's shared love for our wild lands and the kind of socially engaged, place-based literature that argues for preserving natural spaces converged in a massive private book collection that's grown to include more than 30,000 volumes.

Threat of EPA funding cuts puts Pueblo Superfund site on front burner

President Donald Trump's determination to cut the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency by 30 percent could be the best thing that's happened to the Pueblo residents dealing with living in the Colorado Smelter Superfund study area. "I don't think there's any question the agency's attitude right now is 'Let's get this thing moving,' because that may be the best way to assure funding for the cleanup," said Pueblo County Commission Chairman Terry Hart, who takes part in the local Citizens Advisory Group on the smelter site.

Legacy Run 2017 - Day 1

American Legion National Commander Charles Schmidt, right, puts his arm around a Legion Rider ruing a morning prayer in Dodge City, Kan. on Saturday, August 12, 2017.

Mentoring program centers around faith, fitness and fellowship

Keith Larsen is gearing up to offer a free mentoring program for teenage boys, a boot camp-style fitness routine that will kick off in mid-September. He offered similar mentoring when he operated a nutrition store in Pueblo, but this will be his first official boot camp.

Eagle Eye: The Story Behind This Beautiful Bird Photo

During a visit to the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo, a bird sanctuary in Pueblo, Colorado, Shutterbug reader Michelle Goodall captured this magnificent bald eagle image. "How could anyone resist taking a photo of something so beautiful?" she noted.

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