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Juror’s ex-husband testifies as Blagg hearing ends

By Paul Shockley

A smiling Michael Blagg muttered a message to supporters as he was escorted today out of the courtroom of Mesa County Chief Judge David Bottger, which was after public defenders again took aim at the credibility of a juror from Blagg’s ...


Boy who died in monument fall is former Palisade HS student

By Staff

Officials at Palisade High School confirmed this morning that the 16-year-old boy who died in a fall at Colorado National Monument Tuesday was a former student at the school, Marcos Camacho. In a note to parents this morning, the school said ...


Immigrant smuggling probed in fatal Utah van crash

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal agents and Utah state troopers are investigating the suspected illegal smuggling of immigrants into the country after four men were killed when a crowded van crashed on Interstate 70 about 30 miles from the ...


10 Things to know for Wednesday, May 21

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. GOP VOTERS MOSTLY CHOOSE MILDER CONSERVATIVES   The primary elections show Republicans are avoiding previous mistakes and trying to ...


Search for missing woman expected at in-law’s home

By The AP

SEATTLE — Private investigators with cadaver dogs will search a former home of Susan Powell’s father-in-law, an attorney for the long-missing woman’s family said Tuesday. A date for the search of Steve Powell’s former ...


Man charged in police station shooting

By The AP

DENVER — A man accused of shooting at police while in handcuffs on May 14 has been formally charged. Isaac Vigil was arrested on drug charges and was being taken to a district police station. After the police vehicle pulled into the ...


Hickenlooper signing bills addressing pot edibles

By The AP

DENVER — A measure to study changes to how marijuana edibles should look to prevent accidental ingestions by children is getting signed into law in Colorado. Gov. John Hickenlooper is also signing a bill Wednesday that would eventually ...


Boy, 16, does not survive fall at monument

By Duffy Hayes

A local 16-year-old died after falling Tuesday evening from the Independence Monument viewpoint in Colorado National Monument. The boy fell about 100 feet to a shelf just beyond the overlook’s nearly vertical sandstone walls. “He ...


It’s simple: Don’t lie

By The Daily Sentinel

Marilyn Charlesworth is a liar. She admitted as much, telling investigators she didn’t regret a false claim she made in front of the Grand Junction City Council in April 2013. In demanding the resignation of councilman Rick Brainard ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2014

By Staff

Mesa County needs more mental health services Thank you for running the series highlighting the mental health needs in Colorado, and especially Mesa County. Too many lives have been lost and ruined in our community as a result of inadequate ...


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