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Man arrested, theaters evacuated after man carried gun to Thornton multiplex

By The Associated Press

THORNTON – A man was arrested and nine theaters were evacuated after someone carried a gun into a multiplex in Colorado, police said. James Mapes, 48, of Northglenn was taken into custody Sunday after patrons reported he was carrying a ...


Man arrested, theaters evacuated after man carried gun to Thornton multiplex

By The Associated Press

THORNTON – A man was arrested and nine theaters were evacuated after someone carried a gun into a multiplex in Colorado, police said. James Mapes, 48, of Northglenn was taken into custody Sunday after patrons reported he was carrying a ...


Falling water levels force closure of boat ramp at Blue Mesa

By Staff

The National Park Service announced this morning that low water levels at Blue Mesa Reservoir will cause the closure of boat ramp at the Ponderosa Campground today at 4:30 p.m. Blue Mesa Reservoir was reported Monday to be 50 feet below full ...


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The Big Move: Library starts new chapter

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The big move has begun at the Central Library as staff and a team from Mesa Moving began loading books and shelves early Monday morning. More than 150,000 volumes will be moved this week to the library’s temporary home at 655 N. First ...


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Aurora shooting suspect charged with 24 counts of murder

By The Associated Press

CENTENNIAL – Colorado prosecutors on Monday charged a former neuroscience graduate student with 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder in the shooting rampage at the midnight showing of the new Batman movie. James Holmes ...


Sediment blamed for Colorado River fish kill near Dotsero

By The Associated Press

DOTSERO – Sediment is being blamed for killing thousands of fish in the Colorado River above Dotsero. Workers at the Shoshone Hydroelectric Power plant in Glenwood Canyon first reported seeing dead fish near the plant on ...


Aurora theater lacked security, unlike some peers

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The Colorado movie theater complex that was the scene of a gunman’s massacre this month didn’t have any uniformed security guards on duty the night of the shooting, even though other theaters operated by the same ...


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Housing booms at CMU

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Colorado Mesa University will show off its newest residence hall, Orchard Avenue Apartments, during an open house from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. today. The four-story, 59,000-square-foot apartment complex at 1062 Orchard Ave. is the fifth residence ...


BLM outlines $1.9M Pine Ridge Fire rehab plan

By Katie Langford

The Bureau of Land Management has submitted a $1.9 million plan to rehabilitate the nearly 14,000 acres burned in the Pine Ridge Fire southwest of De Beque, focusing on soil stabilization and erosion prevention on the scorched land. Sparky ...


Rainfall for July surpasses the norm

By Amy Hamilton

A dousing of rain in the Grand Valley early Sunday morning did more than offer needed moisture for parched plants and lawns. The rainfall measuring in at 0.11 inch of rain in Grand Junction after about 3 a.m. meant total rainfall surpassed ...


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