Deadly Shooting in Pueblo

On Thursday evening at approximately 9:20, Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and emergency medical personnel were dispatched to the 25000 Block of Hwy 50 East on a shooting.  Upon arrival they were directed to a bedroom where an unconscious 18 year-old woman lay on the floor.

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New poll reveals approval of Congress at new low

Approval of Congress is at a new low in 40 years of polling, Americans’ approval of their own representative in Washington is underwater for the first time and a record number of registered voters are inclined to look for someone new in 2014 – all signs of a powerful, palpable public antipathy…

Sen. Bennet takes a hands on tour

Senator Bennet is working on his break from Washington, but he isn't legislating.

Lamborn only CO lawmaker to vote "no" on debt deal

Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn was the only Colorado lawmaker to vote "no" on the debt deal that re-opened the government.

Local flood recovery delayed by federal shutdown

The shutdown of the federal government likely will delay the completion of flood recovery projects in El Paso County until next spring, a county commissioner said on Thursday.

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How Colorado's Congressional delegation voted

How the Congressmen and women from Colorado voted in the  vote to restore funding  and end the shutdown

Pillow fight for the troops

A non-profit went into a closed national park to collect a donation for the troops.

House worker gives a shout-out to Jesus during vote

A House stenographer caused a disruption during crucial vote and is tossed out

Capitol

John R. Coughlin/CNNMoney

Congress sends gov't funding, debt bill to Obama

Congress passes legislation and sends gov't funding, debt bill to Obama to end shutdown

Local voters discuss political impact of shutdown

U.S. senators and representatives will face the wrath of voters once the federal government shutdown ends, a local political scientist said Wednesday.

Senate shutdown deal includes Colo. road provision

Colorado's senators say the deal to end the government shutdown includes a provision that would allow the state to get the money it needs to repair roads damaged by flooding.

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New poll reveals approval of Congress at new low

CNN

Approval of Congress is at a new low in 40 years of polling, Americans’ approval of their own representative in Washington is underwater for the first time and a record number of registered voters are inclined to look for someone new in 2014 – all signs of a powerful, palpable public antipathy…

Sen. Bennet takes a hands on tour

Senator Bennet is working on his break from Washington, but he isn't legislating.

Lamborn only CO lawmaker to vote "no" on debt deal

Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn was the only Colorado lawmaker to vote "no" on the debt deal that re-opened the government.

Local flood recovery delayed by federal shutdown

The shutdown of the federal government likely will delay the completion of flood recovery projects in El Paso County until next spring, a county commissioner said on Thursday.

How Colorado's Congressional delegation voted

Capitol

John R. Coughlin/CNNMoney

How the Congressmen and women from Colorado voted in the  vote to restore funding  and end the shutdown

Pillow fight for the troops

A non-profit went into a closed national park to collect a donation for the troops.

House worker gives a shout-out to Jesus during vote

A House stenographer caused a disruption during crucial vote and is tossed out

Congress sends gov't funding, debt bill to Obama

Capitol

John R. Coughlin/CNNMoney

Congress passes legislation and sends gov't funding, debt bill to Obama to end shutdown

Local voters discuss political impact of shutdown

U.S. senators and representatives will face the wrath of voters once the federal government shutdown ends, a local political scientist said Wednesday.

Senate shutdown deal includes Colo. road provision

Colorado's senators say the deal to end the government shutdown includes a provision that would allow the state to get the money it needs to repair roads damaged by flooding.

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