Taco Bell serves lots of tennis

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Isabel Manzanares of Grand Junction serves against Mary Williams of Aspen in the girls under 14 division at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open at the Elliott Tennis Center.
This is the 56th year of the tournament. More than 250 competitors ages 10 to more than 60 are participating. 
The tournament continues through Saturday.

Weapon threat alleged in crash

A convicted felon accused of running a red light in Grand Junction over the weekend and slamming into another vehicle, injuring the elderly driver of that vehicle, pointed a loaded handgun at a witness who was checking to see whether the suspect was injured, police say.


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