Internet sweepstakes cafes where players wager on the outcome of spinning digital wheels were closed across Colorado last spring after a new law cracked down on illegal gambling, but at least two local cafes are betting they found a way around the law.
Roughly six months after Mesa County ordered five sweepstakes cafes shut down, at least two have reopened with a slightly different format.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Glenwood Springs Police Chief Terry Wilson has been a cop in town for 32 years, and he’s always dealt with the homeless in his job.
Authorities executing a search warrant Friday discovered a butane hash oil … more
When Jan Castle saw the pigeon knocking on her sliding glass door, she knew it … more
Offending smells from the Deer Creek wastewater disposal facility south of Grand … more
It has been far from a perfect life for Heather Fullerton — a runaway and … more
■ Richard Homer Valles, 87, Crawford, died Oct. 3, 2015, at his … more
North Avenue remains main drag for nostalgic cruisers.
Longtime Main Street interior decorator hanging up her swatches.
Football coach fights back, high school soccer, tennis, softball and much more.
Take the time to weigh in on the new $10.
Big O Tires sold to family-run California company.
Dancing at the Greek Festival, fantastic fall colors, banned books.
■ Richard Homer Valles, 87, Crawford, died Oct. 3, 2015, at his son’s home. … more
Internet sweepstakes cafes where players wager on the outcome of spinning digital wheels were … more
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Glenwood Springs Police Chief Terry Wilson has been a cop in town for 32 … more
Traffic infractions alleged … more
Where some might see a string of hardships, Grand Junction’s Courtney and Chris Willingham … more
GPA: 4.29 … more
ALA’s use of the term ‘banned books’ seems a little disingenuous The American … more
Off to our left, as we exited Grand Junction last Saturday, was the Colorado National Monument and … more
It has truly been an honor to be a member of the District 51 School Board. Our district has within … more
We’re not opposed to privatizing some functions of government, so long as elected officials … more
Your vote for School Board is critical It has truly been an honor to be a member of the District … more
Colorado wildlife officials are rushing to undertake a controversial study that will kill more … more
FORT COLLINS — Perhaps what Monday’s first round of the Class 5A state boys golf … more
5A State Championship … more
Montrose junior Glen-Michael Mihavetz is in a three-way tie for 10th place after Monday’s … more
College Golf … more
The level of frustration of the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team has reached its … more
A small delay in the pace of the game on Sunday was all the Colorado Mesa University men’s … more
Nancy Lofholm Special to the Sentinel Sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital Inside two warm and … more
Good health isn’t just a nice perk. … more
Free flu shot clinic offered … more
GPA: 4.29 … more
■ Brandon Motz, a 2004 graduate of Fruita Monument High School, was the psalmist for Pope … more
Aviation enthusiasts who come to next month’s talk about the famed Blackbird SR-71 spy plane … more
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The locker stall belonging to Curtis Glencross was completely cleared out except for two Colorado Avalanche travel bags hanging on hooks.
DENVER (AP) — Imagine this: Taking Devonta Freeman with one of your top picks. And then grabbing Larry Fitzgerald with another.
DENVER (AP) — Rare black-footed ferrets chattered angrily before dashing out of pet carriers and ducking into burrows Monday at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge — a milestone for the highly endangered animals and for the former toxic waste site on the industrial edge of Denver.
DENVER (AP) — A graduate of a Colorado university who wanted to cite the names of Bible verses on a donor nameplate in a football locker room sued his alma mater for rejecting the request.
DENVER (AP) — Two marijuana users in Colorado filed a lawsuit Monday against a pot business they said used an unhealthy pesticide to grow their weed — a case that lawyers say is the first product liability claim in the nation involving the legal marijuana industry.
NEW YORK (AP) — A former president of the United Nations General Assembly turned the world body into a "platform for profit" by accepting over $1 million in bribes and a trip to New Orleans from a billionaire Chinese real estate mogul and other businesspeople to pave the way for lucrative investments, a prosecutor charged Tuesday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The latest on the rainstorm that pounded parts of the East Coast (all times local):
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Heating bills should drop this winter for most U.S. households thanks to a combination of lower energy prices and warmer weather across most of the country, the U.S. Energy Department said Tuesday.
ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — The gunman who killed nine people at an Oregon community college last week complained in writings he left behind that everyone else was crazy and ranted about not having a girlfriend, a law enforcement official said.
NEW YORK (AP) — A man imprisoned for a quarter-century in a notorious tourist killing was granted a new trial Tuesday when a judge overturned his conviction in a case that helped crystallize an era of crime and fear in the nation's biggest city.