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Suspected killer faced prison time in February

By Paul Shockley

The prosecutor asked for prison. Stabbed three times with a butcher knife in 2013, the victim called for “a lot of time” locked up. And despite pleading guilty to violent felonies linked to the crime, Barbara Blanton-Marez denied ...

Danger of rushing water across Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Officials are warning people to be careful on Colorado’s creeks and rivers because of recent heavy rains. Sue Hartley with the U.S. Geological Survey says the rainfall has created some of the highest water levels since ...

Surf tease

Surfing the wave in Glenwood Springs

By Dale Shrull

High water brings out the surfers at the Glenwood Springs Whitewater Park  ...

Theater shooting prosecutors rest after emotional case

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial rested Friday, concluding their argument that James Holmes methodically planned and executed the 2012 massacre in a case that relied heavily on victims’ recollections ...


Rivals no more

By Patti Arnold

Every college has a rival. In California, they don’t get any bigger than USC-UCLA. The schools are less than 15 miles apart (roughly a 35-minute drive in Los Angeles), and they’re fierce rivals in every sport in the Pac-12 ...


GJ Rockies start fast, hold off Chukars

By Staff

The Grand Junction Rockies batted around in the first and second innings Friday night, then held on for a 16-12 win over Idaho Falls in a Pioneer League baseball game at Idaho Falls, Idaho. Rockies first baseman Roberto Ramos was a triple shy ...


Red Tail warbird swoops in

By Amy Hamilton

Pilot Bill Shepard, who flies the rare Red Tail P-51C Mustang fighter, considers himself lucky.  Shepard, who travels widely in the restored aircraft, gets to land every couple hours for breaks. The all-African American group of World ...

Sports Brief, June 19, 2015

By Staff

Legion Baseball Gene Taylor’s wins pair at tourney It was a long day for the Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team Friday, with games at 8:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Tony Andenucio Memorial Baseball Tournament. Still, ...

Blotter, June 20, 2015

By Staff

Urinal cakes catch fire Grand Junction firefighters extinguished a blaze early Friday morning in a FedEx trailer that contained a load of urinal cakes at the FedEx Freight facility, 788 22 Road. One trailer was destroyed and two other ...


Man, 25, faces meth, car theft felony charges

By Mike Wiggins

A Clifton man has been arrested on multiple felony charges after he allegedly stole a car and forced another man into it to collect a drug debt. Damien Michael Richards, 25, was jailed on suspicion of aggravated robbery, first-degree motor ...

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