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Doctor: Suspect in Smart case is schizophrenic

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A clinical psychologist for a federal prison hospital says a former street preacher charged in the abduction of Elizabeth Smart believes he will fight and defeat the anti-Christ. Dr. Richart DeMier testified today that ...

GJ housing vacancy decreases to 7.9 percent in third quarter

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Grand Junction’s rental housing vacancy rate decreased by one percent between the second and third quarters of the year, landing at 7.9 percent in September, according to information released today by the Colorado Division of ...

Higher education panel to consider strategic plan

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Commission on Higher Education will consider a strategic plan its hopes will help save Colorado’s state-funded colleges and universities. Strategic planning committee co-chairman Jim Lyons says options that ...

Toy robot loses to bomb-squad robot in standoff

By The AP

DENVER — It was toy robot vs. bomb-squad robot. Toy robot lost after a two-hour standoff in downtown Denver. Police called out the bomb squad Wednesday afternoon after a report of a toy robot cemented to a pillar of a footbridge. A ...

Cop in botched murder case wants charges tossed

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A judge says he’ll decide within 45 days whether to dismiss a case against a Fort Collins police officer accused of lying in the investigation of a botched murder case. Defense attorneys say prosecutors withheld ...

Olathe man charged with sex crimes; pattern of abuse revealed in affidavit

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MONTROSE — An Olathe man has been charged with having unlawful sex with a 15-year-old girl during a series of sexual encounters dating back to 2008. Aaron Wayne Brack, 27, 53731 Falcon Road, Olathe, formally was charged with four counts ...

Businesses eligible for energy loans from state

By Staff

Two new programs will help Colorado businesses save money and energy. Businesses that register with the state’s Green Colorado Credit Reserve can get up to $100,000 in loans to pay for energy-efficiency projects in an office or ...


Group: Junkyard springing up

By Amy Hamilton

After spending countless hours in years past rallying against the proliferation of junkyards near the Colorado River, a group of citizens is concerned a new one is forming on the Redlands Parkway. About 100 wrecked cars contained inside a ...

120210 ski conditions graph

Early snow falling mostly in north

By Dave Buchanan

Ski resorts in northern and central Colorado are benefitting from La Nina while southern areas are falling short, according to a report released Wednesday from the National Resources Conservation Service. The report, titled the Ski West ...

Food-safety bill may face opposition of GOP senators

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A food-safety measure described by Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., as needed to “finally bring food safety in this country into the 21st century” seems mired in constitutional issues that could require a second vote. It’s a ...

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