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Suspect in death is a no-show;
 judge issues an arrest warrant

By Gabrielle Porter

A warrant has been issued for the 30-year-old woman accused in the drowning death of her infant son last summer and who failed to appear in court Wednesday morning. Grace Marie Aragon — who was charged with child abuse resulting death ...


Attorneys for killer Lester Jones 
argue against restitution decision

By Gabrielle Porter

Attorneys for convicted killer Lester Ralph Jones have argued that he shouldn’t have to pay restitution costs for his first murder trial, which ended in deadlocked jury last summer. Jones stood trial twice last year in connection with ...


Health-care team forms for kids

By Gary Harmon

An electronic connection between Grand Junction and Denver sparked the announcement Wednesday that St. Mary’s and Children’s hospitals would form a working alliance. That electronic connection was the one that allowed physicians ...

Fight likely in review of parks

By Gary Harmon

The Interior Department is to review large-scale national monuments in Colorado and Utah under an executive order that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said gives new voice to rural Americans. “Finally, rural America has a voice ...


Advocates brace for onslaught on national monuments

By Gary Harmon

President Donald J. Trump’s review of national monument designations since 1996 amounts to an attack on monuments in general, say conservation groups. The executive order affecting monuments of 100,000 acres or more was to be issued ...

Investigators confirm dogs were dead prior 
to being hit by train

By Duffy Hayes

Two dogs found mutilated along the railroad tracks on Orchard Mesa last week were already dead when they were struck by a train, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday, after hearing from a train conductor with Union Pacific. The ...

One dog shot, another missing in Pear Park

By Duffy Hayes

One of two dogs who escaped their Pear Park home last week returned with a gunshot wound, and the other has yet to be found, according to a case report from the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. The wounded dog, Simba, a year-old German ...

Dems target ‘pooling’ in oil, gas development

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Oil and gas drilling companies would have to give royalty owners more time to decide about having their mineral rights developed and more information about how that would happen under a bill that won preliminary approval in the ...


Mountain makes it to top of PBS

By Katie Langford

Rocky Mountain Public Media’s new chief executive officer, Amanda Mountain, wants to rebuild the public’s trust in news organizations and she wants to do it by putting members of the public front and center. Mountain, 40, is the ...


Building scorched, no injuries

By Katie Langford

A fire Tuesday night displaced the residents of three apartments, but did not cause any injuries, according to the Grand Junction Fire Department and the building’s property manager. Firefighters responded to a fire at 630 Walnut Ave. ...

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