Breaking News: Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Pardoned killer could be headed back to prison

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A man who was pardoned in 2011 for killing his mother in 1988 could be headed back to prison after he was arrested following a Colorado Spring crash. Charles Limbrick Jr. was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Police say he rear-ended a vehicle and left one person seriously injured. According to the Denver Post, Limbrick is being held without bond on a parole hold. Limbrick had been sentenced to life in prison without parole before he was ...


Remains of Korean War POW returned to Colorado

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — The remains of an Army corporal who died while a prisoner of war in North Korea have been returned to Colorado, 65 years ago after he disappeared. The body of Army Cpl. Floyd J.R. Jackson arrived at Denver International Airport on Thursday. His flagged-draped coffin was then taken to a funeral home in Centennial, escorted by Denver area police. Jackson was reported kidnapped when his team was deployed east of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea and it was attacked by ...


Trail to Rainbow Bridge National Monument closed for repairs

By The AP

PAGE, Ariz.  — The trail from Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge National Monument is closed for repairs until further notice. Glen Canyon National Recreation officials say recent flooding damaged part of the trail, making it unsafe to use. Repairs are underway. The monument is located in southeastern Utah on the south side of Lake Powell.  ...


Smoke report prompts emergency exit from plane in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — First, smoke was reported on an American Airlines flight after landing in Denver. Then passengers saw the cabin fill with a light haze. What followed was a calm exit from the plane with 164 passengers and crew members sliding down emergency chutes into the frigid weather outside. The plane, operated by U.S. Airways, was taxiing to the gate after arriving from Charlotte, North Carolina, when smoke was reported just before noon Wednesday, airport spokeswoman Mindy Crane ...


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