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Expert: Theater shooter still thinks killing increases worth

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — The Colorado theater shooter still believes killing people increases his self-worth, three years after he opened fire at a crowded midnight movie premiere, a nationally known schizophrenia expert testified Tuesday. Holmes ...


Kansas man drowns on Clear Creek rafting trip

By The AP

IDAHO SPRINGS — Authorities have identified a 20-year-old Kansas man who died Saturday afternoon while rafting on Clear Creek. Daniel Cheong, of Wichita, Kansas, was pulled from the river by authorities responding to reports of a man in ...


Canadian wildfire smoke prompts health warning in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Smoke drifting south from wildfires burning in Canada has spread into Colorado, prompting a health warning for the eastern half of the state. A smoke advisory was issued for northeastern Colorado Monday and expanded to include ...


Email letters, July 7, 2015

By Staff

Was a double standard applied to Chicago shooting? I just finished catching up on the holiday weekend news and was shocked to see the violence in Chicago over the weekend. There were seven citizens murdered, including a seven-year old boy, ...


Bus driver in crash that killed boy, 3, won’t face charges

By Staff

Prosecutors have declined to file charges against the driver of a Grand Valley Transit bus who hit and killed a 3-year-old boy in May. Grand Junction police this morning announced the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office decision, ...


Fort Collins cyclist dies after being struck by dump truck

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A 59-year-old man who was struck by a dump truck while riding his bike has died. The Coloradoan reports that Steve Studt died Sunday at the Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland. He was taken there after he was struck ...


Arizona woman gets probation for stealing from Aspen stores

By The AP

ASPEN — An Arizona woman is spending a year on probation for stealing $3,000 in clothes and shoes from downtown Aspen shops. The Aspen Times reports prosecutors yanked a plea deal that would have removed a felony charge when they ...


Waterline breaks near D Road

By Staff

Approximately 100 homes are without water this morning due to a waterline break south of D Road between 31 and 31 1/2 Roads. The Clifton Water District said streets without service include Sunnyside Circle, Bristol Drive, Dryfork Way, Castle ...


Printed Letters: July 7, 2015

By Staff

Let’s be more considerate with July Fourth fireworks We have got to get the fireworks under control in the greater Grand Junction area. Let me preface this by saying that I am as patriotic as the next guy. I love my country enough that I ...


What a difference a few miles make

By Jim Spehar

They’re a few hours apart, Mesa and Gunnison counties, and just about the same size at around 3,300 square miles. But, perhaps a world apart in attitudes about land preservation, at least among some of their elected officials We made ...


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