The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency moved ahead Wednesday finalizing its “Waters of the United States” rule, quickly setting off cascades of praise from environmental organizations.
About 120 employees whose jobs were to be eliminated at STARTEK’s Grand Junction office at the end of this month found out Wednesday that “last-minute restructuring” made it possible for them to stay, at least for the time being.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency moved ahead Wednesday finalizing its … more
About 120 employees whose jobs were to be eliminated at STARTEK’s Grand … more
Some residents who previously smelled the “metallic” odor emitting … more
Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton is in the middle of a multi-day swing … more
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced Tuesday that Mesa … more
It’s time to choose a winner as the field narrows at JUCO.
Baseball fans savor the JUCO fun, Memorial Day special moments.
The fun continues at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.
Day 3 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.
Day 2 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.
Day 1 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation announced Tuesday that Mesa County is among 20 … more
While his lawyer called it an “unfortunate comment,” a Grand Junction man faces a … more
Credit card theft suspected … more
Two Grand Junction-based financial planning firms merged last week. Over the last few years, … more
Despite occasional atmospheric bluster, ticket receipts from Junior College World Series games … more
■ Stanley “Stan” Baker, 84, died May 24, 2015, at Horizon Care Center in … more
On their own, the Downtown Art+Music Festival and the Grand Junction Off-Road mountain bike race … more
We all need to be mindful of trampling on the constitutional rights of other beliefs I read, with … more
Looking west from Steamboat ski area, the visual picture is one of pristine unlimited visibility. … more
According to a 2014 Pew Foundation poll, “a solid majority of voters in Colorado, Montana, … more
Gov. John Hickenlooper must feel a little like Sally Jewell these days. … more
Until liberals have redefined free speech, there will be differing opinions In the 5/24/15 … more
Ramon Osuna, Ross Grosvenor and Jarrett Hood supply nearly 750 pounds of pure power hitting … more
Raiders’ Halstead OK after being hit by pitch … more
Seven walks in two innings is generally enough to get a coach fuming and a starting pitcher … more
Mack Hathcock cleaned up as the leadoff hitter. … more
Special Olympics … more
The third annual Grand Junction Off-Road mountain bike race will be spring-loaded this year. … more
The pig seems ready to dine on two ears of corn. … more
Resistance Band Forward Lunge With Chest Press … more
The Shrine Circus was in Grand Junction on Friday and Saturday with four performances at the Mesa … more
As the old saying goes, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” Unless the cover … more
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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Colorado theater shooting gunman James Holmes' notebook provides the most comprehensive look yet into what he described as his "broken" mind.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Prosecutors are methodically building a case that James Holmes knew right from wrong when he planned and carried out the deadly Colorado theater shootings, hoping to convince jurors he should be convicted and executed and not sent to a mental hospital.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Colorado theater shooting gunman James Holmes' notebook full of scrawled writings and stick-figure drawings was made public Wednesday, a day after it was introduced as evidence in his trial.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — From the witness stand, Christina Blache could finally do what she had most wanted and most feared: She looked for the first time at the man who shot her, who killed her friend, who ravaged so many lives.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — In a brown spiral notebook titled "Of Life," Colorado theater shooter James Holmes scrawled a self-diagnosis of his "broken mind" and described his "obsession to kill" since childhood.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Antoinette Perrine has barricaded her front door since her brother was killed three weeks ago on a basketball court near her home in the Harlem Park neighborhood of West Baltimore. She already has iron bars outside her windows and added metal slabs on the inside to deflect the gunfire.
HOUSTON (AP) — The flooding, property damage and loss of life as torrential rains this week hit the Houston area should be no surprise.
HOUSTON (AP) — While the barrage of deadly thunderstorms that hit Texas has tapered off, several cities aren't out of danger, as officials warn about possible flooding as the week goes on from rivers swollen by rainfall.
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The drowning of an Oklahoma firefighter and a Texas teenager in storms that swept through those states highlight the persistent dangers posed by storm drains that help protect neighborhoods during flash flooding but can suck in unsuspecting residents and rescue workers.