COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - A multi-million dollar Bond measure passed in November, is bringing a new school to Widefield School District 3. Construction crews plan to start building the new Pre-K through 8th grade school, this Spring or early Summer. School officials hope to open the school in Fall 2019. The new school will be built on open space land, which lies at the end of Fontaine Boulevard and Old Glory Drive, in the Lorson Ranch division.
PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. - A family in Pueblo County is in shock after finding their horse butchered inside their barn's shed. The family made the discovery Friday morning at their barn just off Highway 50 and Harbour Road. The barn's owner, Orlando Maez, says he went to feed his animals when he noticed the barn's lock was broken. "First I thought it was one of the neighbors that had come in for some water and then I saw the mule loose," said Maez.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - In honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., thousands across the country volunteered their time on Monday's national Day of Service. In Pueblo and Colorado Springs at Care and Share Food Banks, more than 200 volunteers helped to sort and repack thousands of pounds of food donations. "When I volunteer, a whole bunch of people around Colorado Springs get food," said volunteer Nathaniel Garcia.
Heated City Council meeting happening right now over an approved development plan for the Ridge, a 60-unit multi-family development, intended for families at or below low-income levels https://t.co/o5Oe9PhBR8
Very sad and disturbing story tonight. A family in Pueblo County is looking for answers after their horse was butchered inside their barn's shed. Tonight on @FOX21News AT 5 PM, hear from the horse's Owner. https://t.co/afpLdIuHVh
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Selecting a term
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