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Driver arrested in accident that injured couple

By Gabrielle Porter

Cameron Macdonald doesn’t remember the moment in June that changed his life. The then-21-year-old Colorado Mesa University computer science student had finished his sophomore year and was enjoying the summer. He and then-girlfriend, ...


Blotter, Dec. 7, 2016

By Staff

Man accused of axing van A 61-year-old man accused of taking a double-edged ax to a minivan while the homeless couple who owned it slept inside has been arrested and remains in jail in lieu of a $5,000 cash-only bond. Scott Irwin Luebe ...


Police: Info sought in stabbing death of Grand Junction man

By Gabrielle Porter

A man who was found stabbed to death Monday afternoon in the A&W Mobile Home Park has been identified as Caleb “Clifford” Fettig, 20, of Grand Junction, according to law enforcement. Police are investigating Fettig’s ...


Heisman winner Salaam found dead in Colorado park

By The AP

Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam was found dead Monday night in a Boulder park less than two miles from Folsom Field, where he carved his name into the University of Colorado record books as one of the greatest players in the ...


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Deputy Geer’s organs live on

By Amy Hamilton

When Kate and Derek were walking out of the courthouse after getting their marriage license, Derek Geer brought up the idea of organ donation. He told Kate how important he thought it was. That you wouldn’t need your organs after you ...


2 electors sue Colo., 
say Trump 
is unfit

By Charles Ashby

Two Colorado members of the Electoral College filed suit against the state Tuesday for the right to vote for whomever they want as president, rather than the candidate who earned the most votes in the state. The suit is part of a fledgling ...


Email Letters: December 6, 2016

By Staff

It’s important that new BLM rules be finalized and enacted I am writing to commend the Bureau of Land Management for finalizing their long-awaited rules to reduce methane and other pollutants from oil and gas development on public ...


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SPONSORED CONTENT: Brain tumor treatment hits the target

By Sponsored Content

Sponsored content: Nancy Lofholm/St. Mary’s Hospital Not that long ago, the treatment for certain brain tumors required screwing a metal frame onto a patient’s skull. It was painful. It was unwieldy for both the patient and for ...


Aspen tables proposed limit on chain stores

By The AP

ASPEN — The Aspen City Council has decided to table a proposal that would limit the number of new chain stores allowed in town. The Aspen Daily News reports that council members on Monday said they wanted to complete work on other new ...


Troops for Trees gives Christmas trees to Colorado soldiers

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A program called Trees for Troops is providing free Christmas trees to soldiers at Fort Carson. The Gazette reports that FedEx dropped off about 400 trees at the U.S. Army installation near Colorado Springs. The Trees ...


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