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Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors July 5, 2012

By Julie Norman

Lincoln Park Grand Valley Seniors - July 5, 2012 Scramble - Results 1st Bill N., Lisa R., Roger P., Dave B. 35 2nd Tom K., Betty S., Rich R., Tom ...


New fire outside De Beque grows to 150 acres

By Dennis Webb

Crews are fighting a new wildfire outside De Beque that has grown to about 150 acres in size and remains at 0 percent containment. Lightning caused the Third Water Springs Fire, which was reported at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday about 25 miles up Roan ...


Denver police shooting suspect appears in court

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A man accused in the fatal shooting of a Denver police officer at an outdoor concert has been formally advised of the first-degree murder charge filed against him. Twenty-one-year-old Rollin Olliver appeared in court Thursday ...


San Diego fireworks malfunction in big, fast flash

By The Associated Press

SAN DIEGO — The Fourth of July fireworks show above San Diego Bay was over before it was supposed to start after a malfunction caused the display that was planned to last nearly 20 minutes to burn up all at once. The Coast Guard says ...


GJ police investigating death

By Charles Ashby

The Grand Junction Police Department has arrested a Palisade man in relation to an altercation that occurred about the same time a Grand Junction resident, Daniel Marques, 38, appeared to have been involved in an altercation. Department ...


Authorities find where Waldo Canyon fire started

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Authorities have pinpointed the location where Colorado’s most destructive wildfire started but are still investigating how the blaze started. Jeff Kramer of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office ...


Monsoon season seems to be arriving in Colorado

By The Associated Press

DURANGO — The monsoon season seems to be arriving in Colorado. National Weather Service forecast models show late-afternoon showers developing in southwestern Colorado through at least Monday. Forecaster Tom Renwick told the Durango ...


Study: CO Medicaid expansion could cost $470M

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado Republicans warn that the hundreds of millions of dollars that it would cost to expand Medicaid will test the limits of the state budget. Expanding Medicaid coverage is one of the key provisions of the federal health ...


Waldo Canyon fire could be contained by Friday

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Firefighters expect to fully contain the Waldo Canyon wildfire by Friday. So far, containment lines have been built around 90 percent of the Colorado Springs fire that destroyed nearly 350 homes. Crews also got some ...


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Affidavit: Man may have been burned alive

By Amy Hamilton

A man who died after his Orchard Mesa camper was set ablaze may have been alive before the fire was started, according to recently released arrest affidavits. Lucos John Schultz, 22, and Julius Sutton, 26, have been booked in the Mesa County ...


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