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DA: Grand jury investigating pot grow operation

By Paul Shockley

District Attorney Pete Hautzinger confirmed today that a Mesa County grand jury is investigating a large-scale, local marijuana-grow operation. “I asked if they were interested, they said they were, and the investigation is active and ...


Colorado accepts invitation to join Pac-10

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Buffaloes have bolted from the Big 12, accepting an invitation today to become the 11th member of the Pac-10 Conference. It’s the first expansion of the league since it added Arizona and Arizona State in ...


Women’s outdoor skills workshop set for Kremmling

By Staff

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is offering a women-only beginner fly-fishing and shotgun seminar June 26 in the Kremmling area. This clinic is for women interested in learning safe firearm handling, shooting skills and fly-fishing. No ...


Reservoir above Basalt forced to spill water

By Dennis Webb

The Basalt area is bracing for potential flooding today as Ruedi Reservoir reaches capacity and overflows its spillway. The reservoir empties into the Frying Pan River, which runs through Basalt. The river is currently running at 755 cubic ...


Red Flag warning in effect by 1 p.m.

By Amy Hamilton

A Red Flag warning will be in effect as of 1 p.m. as hot weather combined with strong winds and low humidity is expected to create a higher chance of fire danger. The warning will be in effect until 9 p.m. tonight, according to the National ...


Denver police cruiser crashes through bedroom

By The AP

DENVER — A police cruiser crashed into a home in Denver while chasing some carjacking suspects. The crash happened at around 3 a.m. Monday. Police were chasing the suspects’ sedan when the patrol car collided with it in a largely ...


State Dems promote Medicare rebates

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Democrats are joining their national colleagues in promoting the rebate checks heading to some seniors on Medicare. The Colorado Democratic Party planned a celebration Thursday with seniors getting $250 checks as part ...


Colorado Dems promote Medicare rebates

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Democrats are joining their national colleagues in promoting the rebate checks heading to some seniors on Medicare. The Colorado Democratic Party planned a celebration Thursday with seniors getting $250 checks as part ...


Wildlife, pets both benefit from bills signed into law Wednesday

By Charles Ashby

Wildlife will be safer on some state highways, and pets soon will benefit from some license plates under two bills Gov. Bill Ritter signed into law Wednesday. The first measure requires the Colorado Department of Transportation to identify up ...


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Ex-Grand Junction cops appeal firings

By Paul Shockley

Formal appeals have been filed by the three former Grand Junction police officers who were fired last week for damaging a local transient camp, according to the city. Justin Roberts, 31, Phillip Van Why, 35, and Joseph Mulcahy, 28, filed ...


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