Getting dirty for the March of Dimes

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Tessa Gutierrez bumps a ball for the WCC team this morning, during the March of Dimes MUDD Volleyball Tournament. Thirty-six teams and 200 players raised more than $25,000 at this year’s event. Funds raised go to support community education, research and advocacy, and to help all moms have full term babies and healthy pregnancies.

Body found in river near Loma launch

Authorities pulled a body out of the Colorado River on Friday afternoon and are working to figure out more information.

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    Details about this weekend’s three riverfront concerts.

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