• Police: Woman stole $221K at car dealer

    A 45-year-old woman believed to have embezzled $221,000 from a Grand Junction car dealership over five and a half years is facing a felony count of theft. Nicole Cherise Henderson...

  • Brainstorming for airport growth

    City and county officials on Tuesday urged Grand Junction Regional Airport officials to do more to draw Western Slope passengers and speed economic development efforts. The airport, now...

  • Treasurer: Get younger 
PERA board members

    The governing board of the state’s largest public employee retirement system should have more younger members and people who are not beneficiaries of its plans, Colorado Treasurer...

  • School trauma training is priority

    School District 51 is looking for ways to heal the effects of trauma, which often impact how children learn and behave at school. Prevention Services Coordinator Cathy Ebel told Board of...

  • Wages, lease money, hemp bills advance

    For the past 100 years, it’s been considered a trade secret when a business violates provisions of the state’s fair wage laws. That would no longer be the case under a bill...

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    Woman held in midday hit-and-runs and DUI

    A woman whose driving privileges have twice been revoked for alcohol-related incidents allegedly caused a drunken hit-and-run crash last week near 25 Road and U.S. Highway 6&50. Kiana...

  • Blotter, Feb. 22, 2017

    Menacing charge possible A woman appeared in Mesa County Court Tuesday, accused of possible charges including felony menacing, for allegedly pointing a firearm at a victim — and...

  • Death Notices, Feb. 22, 2017

    ■ Theodore W. Gordon, 76, Grand Junction, died Feb. 18, 2017, at St. Mary’s Hospital. No services will take place. He was a welder and artist. Survivors include his wife,...

  • Portion of parkway closing Thursday

    Portion of parkway closing Thursday A small portion of Riverside Parkway will be closed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, to allow crews to renovate the islands along Riverside Parkway,...

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    Tool may help focus well-pad reclamation efforts

    New federal research has reconfirmed the challenges of revegetating oil and gas pads on the high and arid Colorado Plateau, while leading to development of a tool for better assessing...

  • Two men suspected of in-home robbery

    Two men suspected of robbing a pair of Fruitvale residents at home in broad daylight Tuesday morning before driving away in their car remained at large that evening, according to the Mesa...

  • Study highlights contributions made by Colo. immigrants

    Colorado has more than half a million foreign-born residents who contribute billions of dollars to the economy, according to a new study to be released today on the impact immigrants have...



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  • Trump pick as security adviser is independent-minded

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's choice of an outspoken but non-political Army general as national security adviser is a nod to pragmatism, but Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will serve a commander in chief with unorthodox ideas about foreign policy and an inner circle of advisers determined to implement them.

  • Trump admin lays out new approach to illegal immigration

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump the presidential candidate made no secret of his desire to crack down on illegal immigration, but once elected, he repeatedly offered varying interpretations of just how tough he would be in the White House.

  • Evidence of rising anti-Semitism, but data mostly elusive

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Has anti-Semitism accompanied Donald Trump's rise to power? Some organizations that monitor hate groups and hate crimes believe so, noting a rash of recent incidents. But data is elusive, and the president's supporters note his family connection — a Jewish daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren — and his comments this week condemning hate and prejudice.

  • Millions targeted for possible deportation under Trump rules

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Millions of people living in the United States illegally could be targeted for deportation — including people simply arrested for traffic violations — under a sweeping rewrite of immigration enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the Trump administration.

  • Utah moves to toss school ban on 'advocacy of homosexuality'

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers took the first step Tuesday to get rid of a state law that bans the "advocacy of homosexuality" in schools, a move driven by a court challenge from gay rights groups.





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