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Denver public pot use campaign turning in ballot signatures

By The AP

DENVER — Marijuana activists campaigning to see pot consumption allowed in bars and other public places in Denver are turning in signatures to get the question on November’s city ballots. The Limited Social Use campaign says they ...

GJ man found dead on Alaska beach

By The AP

SELDOVIA, Alaska — Seldovia police are investigating after a Colorado man was found dead on a nearby beach. KTVA-TV reports that two fisherman spotted the body on a Backers Island beach Saturday morning. They checked if the man was ...

Veterans chief, key congressman discuss VA’s problems

By The AP

DENVER — The chief of the Veterans Affairs Department and the chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee will discuss changing the troubled agency during a joint appearance in Denver. VA Secretary Robert McDonald and Rep. Jeff ...

Drones getting in the way of emergency responders

By The AP

SAN DIEGO — As Jason Thrasher lowered his helicopter to a park with seven firefighters aboard, he saw what he thought was another firefighting chopper battling a blaze that was threatening homes. The California Department of Forestry ...

UPDATED: Man guilty of killing 5 in Denver bar, faces possible death

By The AP

DENVER — A man has been found guilty of stabbing five people to death in a Denver bar and could now face the death penalty. Jurors convicted Dexter Lewis Monday after deliberating for 10 hours over three days in a case that has been ...

Tens of thousands to attend veterans rally in Cripple Creek

By The AP

CRIPPLE CREEK — This year’s Salute to American Veterans Rally and Festival will bring in an expected 35,000 people to the gambling town of Cripple Creek. The Gazette reports that veteran-themed events start Thursday and will ...

GJ Rockies still reeling

By Patti Arnold

Grand Junction Rockies drop franchise-record seventh straight game.  ...

Police find man’s body in culvert under I-70

By Erin McIntyre

Law enforcement and emergency responders worked Sunday afternoon to recover a body of a man found in a culvert in the north part of Grand Junction. A passer-by reported the body at 4:17 p.m Sunday afternoon, according to Police Department ...

Feds consider 25-well project in upper North Fork

By Dennis Webb

Federal officials are considering a proposal by two energy companies to drill up to 25 natural gas wells in the upper North Fork Valley. SG Interests and Gunnison Energy have proposed the project west of McClure Pass and Colorado Highway 133 ...

DA background check thwarted in data breach blamed on China

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger may have probable cause to be mad at Chinese data hackers. In developments expected to delay his departure from his Mesa County position, Hautzinger said he was told by federal authorities that a roughly ...

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