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Many continue to leave messages at theater shooting memorial

By The Associated Press

AURORA – People continue to flock to the memorial to the 12 people killed in the Colorado movie theater shooting. On Tuesday, visitors included about two dozen people praying in a circle off to the side. Others left messages on a blank ...


Baby of man wounded in Aurora shooting is born

By The Associated Press

DENVER – When Katie Medley gave birth to healthy baby boy at University of Colorado Hospital, her husband Caleb, wounded in Colorado’s theater shooting, lay in a medically-induced coma one floor below her. Hugo Jackson Medley was ...


‘Goat man’ in Utah mountains identified as hunter

By The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY – A man spotted dressed in a goat suit among a herd of wild goats in the mountains of northern Utah has been identified as a hunter preparing for a Canadian archery season. After a hiker spotted the so-called goat man on ...


Email letters, July 24, 2012

By Staff

Henson-Koenig family extends sincere thanks to all ‘guardian angels’ The family of Andrea Henson-Koenig would like to thank all of the “guardian angels” that came to her rescue on Saturday morning. No one ever expects ...


Retailer who sold to Aurora shooter getting backlash

By The Associated Press

ST. LOUIS – A suburban St. Louis-based online retailer who sold gear to Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes is being inundated with “hostile and threatening” messages, the company’s CEO said ...


State patrol cracking down on seatbelts

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The Colorado State Patrol and authorities in 12 counties are cracking down on drivers and passengers who are not using their seatbelts. The crackdown is focusing on late and overnight drivers because that’s when a higher ...


Opponents say dam project facing delays

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — Opponents of a dam planned for northern Colorado say the project is facing delays because of environmental concerns. The environmental group Save The Poudre says the project is stalled because of the problems it will ...


Health Briefs, July 24, 2012

By Staff

West Central Public Health Partnership wins award The Colorado Trust has awarded West Central Public Health Partnership with the 2012 Grantee Leadership Award. The award is given to each year to one of The Colorado Trust’s current ...


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Two men in hospital after fight near street

By Staff

The Grand Junction Police Department is still investigating what happened between two men who were involved in a fight in the middle of the day Monday. The men, whose names were not released, were fighting at 25th Street and North Avenue at ...


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One of Aurora suspect’s lawyers defended Nemnich

By Paul Shockley

One of the attorneys for accused mass murderer James Holmes should be familiar to Grand Junction courtroom watchers. Currently assigned to the Colorado State Public Defender office’s capital cases team, Chief Trial Attorney Daniel King ...


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