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CSU-Pueblo journalist covers White House Christmas

December 4, 2014

First lady welcomes military families to kick off the holidays WASHINGTON – Military families were welcomed into the White House Wednesday for cookies, cider and crafting as the holiday decorations were...

Millions across the world to practice earthquake preparedness Thursday

October 14, 2014

Great Shakeout to prepare millions of people for earthquakes Kara Mason October 14, 2014 4:13 pm Click on photo to enlarge or download: FEMA volunteers show the best way to “drop, cover and hold...

Climate and wildfire risk connected

October 12, 2014

NASA says drier climate means more wildfires Kara Mason October 9, 2014 5:00 pm Click on photo to enlarge or download: Doug Morton, forest carbon expert for NASA, says the predictability of wildfires...

More states look at legal marijuana

October 10, 2014

Police say legal marijuana allows them to focus on more serious crime Kara Mason Interactive graphic October 7, 2014 4:17 pm Click on photo to enlarge or download: Graphic by Sean McMinn Three jurisdictions,...

Today’s Kara Mason reports from Washington, D.C.

September 25, 2014

Airstrikes in Syria lead to debate over strategy Click on photo to enlarge or download: Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., left, tells Ken Gude, senior fellow at the Center for American progress, that he agrees the...

New chairman and four new trustees for Foundation board

August 19, 2014

The Colorado State University-Pueblo Foundation has chosen four new board members and a chairman to serve the university's fundraising arm, which is responsible for the "On the Move" campaign which will...

Gov. Hickenlooper at a news conference in Dec. 2013. (Photo by Karl Gehring/The Denver Post)

State mental health hotline ready to debut in August

July 7, 2014

Mass shootings such as the Aurora theater shooting and the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooting prompted Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper to improve the state’s mental health care, which would "reduce...

USC alumna keeping university in touch with alumni base

April 3, 2014
Tracy Samora, director for the Colorado State University-Pueblo Alumni Association, usually starts her day by checking local newspaper headlines and Google alerts for any bulletins or announcements from Colorado State University-Pueblo alumni.

Editorial: CSU-Pueblo needs STS program

February 11, 2014
High school students receiving college credit at Colorado State University-Pueblo in Southern Colorado will have fewer opportunities to get ahead due to Provost Carl Wright’s mandate that every Senior-to-Sophomore dual enrollment program instructor have a master’s degree.

Community needs CSU-Pueblo now more than ever

January 22, 2014
I put my journalism cap on Friday afternoon. I put it on every time I set out to interview somebody or cover an event, but Friday afternoon was different.

Analysis of finances shows layoffs not needed

January 15, 2014

An analysis done by Howard Bunsis, professor of accounting at Eastern Michigan University, reveals Colorado State University-Pueblo may be facing less financial hardship than previously thought. In the...

College deans respond to budget cuts

December 30, 2013

Several staff and faculty members at Colorado State University-Pueblo gathered on Dec. 17 to protest against looming budget cuts that would eliminate close to 50 jobs. A main concern from many of the...

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