Alamosa

A memorial at the crash site (credit: CBS)

3 Teens Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver After Church Event In Pueblo

Three families in the town of Alamosa are planning for memorials for young victims of a deadly accident. They will mourn the losses of three girls hit and killed by a suspected drunk driver.

04/30/2012

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Blowing Dust Expected In Southeast Colorado Tuesday

High winds that could create blowing dust are expected in southeast Colorado and the San Luis Valley on Tuesday.

02/27/2012

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San Luis Goes Under Boil Order After E. Coli Found

People in San Luis are being warned not to drink the water.

02/26/2012

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BLM To Hear From Public On Blanca Wetlands Future

The Bureau of Land Management will soon analyze the potential environmental impacts of a proposal to expand the Blanca Wetlands area of critical environmental concern.

02/25/2012

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Postal Service To Close 4 Facilities In Colorado

The U.S. Postal Service is closing four mail processing centers in Colorado as part of a broader plan to consolidate or close facilities around the country, starting in mid-May.

02/23/2012

The wreckage of the plane crash near Alamosa (credit: Valley Courier)

Agency: 1 Propeller Not Turning When Plane Crashed

Investigators say one propeller on a twin-engine airplane didn’t appear to be producing power when the plane crashed in Colorado last year, killing the only person on board.

01/17/2012

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3 Escape From Halfway House After Beating In Alamosa

The search is on for three escapees from a halfway house in Alamosa.

01/16/2012

Solar panels at Solar TAC (credit: CBS)

BLM Holding Colorado Meeting On Solar Energy Plan

The federal Bureau of Land Management is holding a meeting in Colorado to get comment on the government’s draft plan for solar energy development on public lands.

01/11/2012

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Salazar Explores Preservation In San Luis Valley

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar wants to find ways to preserve the history and natural resources in the San Luis Valley, the region where he was born and raised.

01/04/2012

The Trujillo Homesteads (credit: doi.gov)

Trujillo Homesteads Is National Historic Landmark

A 19th century Latino settlement in Colorado’s San Luis Valley is being recognized as an important part of the nation’s history.

01/03/2012

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