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Search for men connected to stolen truck out of Pueblo

PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO) -- The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office is searching for two men connected to a stolen vehicle. According to the sheriff's office, a stolen truck out of Pueblo was found at a Shell Station in Pueblo West. Now, deputies are searching for the men seen below. Anyone...
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Denver and other cities are suing Gov. Jared Polis over taxes and power

On Thursday, Denver, Boulder, Pueblo, Westminster and Commerce City filed a lawsuit against the State of Colorado and Gov. Jared Polis. Their argument: The state should butt out of these home-rule cities’ decisions on who to tax. In this case, the municipalities want to levy sales-and-use taxes on construction supplies used to build schools, something prohibited at the state level.
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Two suspects wanted for stolen truck out of Pueblo

PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. — The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) needs help identifying two suspects in connection to a stolen truck. PCSO is in search of two men who stole a truck out of the Pueblo. The truck was recovered at a Shell gas station in Pueblo West. If you know these men or anything […]
PUEBLO, CO
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Jul 1 Fugitive Finder: Pueblo’s most wanted

PUEBLO, Colo. — The Southern Colorado Safe Streets Task Force is attempting to locate two wanted street criminals. Jasmine Steele, 21, is a Black woman, 5’04”, 130 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.Steele has a warrant for Assault 1- Serious Bodily Injury. Her bond is $200,000. Steven Davis, 41, is a White male, 5’11”, […]
PUEBLO, CO

Man who shot at officers in Pueblo identified

PUEBLO, Colo. — The suspect who shot at Pueblo Police officers near the Walmart on Dillon Drive in Pueblo on Wednesday has been identified by the Pueblo County Coroner. Just after 3:15 p.m. on June 29, a man shot a woman near the Walmart, and she called police to give them a description of the […]
PUEBLO, CO
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Governor Polis awards swimming pool grants for Colorado communities, Pueblo gets max grant

Nine communities in southern Colorado are among the 71 receiving state funding to help keep swimming pools open this summer and offset the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Jared Polis' office released the list Thursday, two days after the deadline for applications, although some community officials said that they still hadn't been notified as of noon Thursday. ...
PUEBLO, CO
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Minnesota hoops gets pledge from forward out of Colorado

Minnesota basketball got a commitment from forward Kadyn Betts on Friday. He is the 1st player to commit to Minnesota from the 2023 class. Betts isn’t ranked per the 247Sports Composite, but is listed as a 2-star on the 247Sports website. He has offers from Akron, Nebraska, Colorado State, Northern Colorado, and Wyoming. The big man is listed at 6-foot-8, 190 pounds. He attends Pueblo Central High School in Pueblo, Colorado. 247Sports has him as the No. 4 prospect from Colorado, and No. 65 SF.
PUEBLO, CO
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July 1, 2021: Three-star Pueblo, Colorado forward Kadyn Betts committed to the Gophers Friday morning, becoming the first player to join the University of Minnesota’s 2023 recruiting class. –> Follow @Tony Liebert on Twitter. Head coach Ben Johnson and the Gophers got their first verbal commitment of the 2023...
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A mourning citizen and a mayor bring much-needed change to the Arkansas Valley

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