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New law to change how Colo. children ride in vehicles

By Melinda Mawdsley

New laws regarding the way young children travel in vehicles takes effect Sunday. The new law states that all children younger than 8, regardless of height and weight, need to be properly protected in a child safety seat when traveling in a ...


New law to change how Colo. children ride in vehicles

By Melinda Mawdsley

New laws regarding the way young children travel in vehicles takes effect Sunday. The new law states that all children younger than 8, regardless of height and weight, need to be properly protected in a child safety seat when traveling in a ...


Man found dead in 23 Road canal

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a man found floating this morning in a canal off 23 Road. The victim was described as a white man in his 20s, said Mary Gonzales, spokeswoman with the Sheriff’s ...


Men run into outfield carrying Mexican flags

By The AP

NEW YORK — Two men carrying Mexican flags ran into the outfield during the seventh inning of the New York Mets’ game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night at Citi Field. The men were apprehended by security fairly ...


Early jail exit for woman who taped dog to fridge

By The AP

BOULDER — A woman who, police say, bound and taped her boyfriend’s puppy to the side of a refrigerator last year is out of jail early. Abby Toll was sentenced in July to 30 days in Boulder County Jail plus three years of probation ...


Mont. resort’s water blamed for sickening dozens

By The AP

WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont.  — Montana health officials say contaminated well water from a resort near Yellowstone National Park has sickened 80 people. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services says at least 70 more ...


Tenn. trucker pleads guilty to 37 charges in Colo.

By The AP

BOULDER — A Tennessee truck driver accused of plowing through an upscale Colorado neighborhood, damaging 17 parked cars, and knocking down trees, a lamppost, street sign and fence has pleaded guilty to 37 charges, including driving ...


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Fears overcome: Morris conquers aversion to water to win state swim title

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Logan Morris remembers being terrified of the water. She’s not anymore. The Montrose 15-year-old is a Colorado state champion. Morris, who swims for the Delta Club team, won the girls 18-under 100-meter breaststroke in one minute, ...


Sports Briefs, July 30, 2010

By Staff

Little League Fruita Major girls fall in regional Petroglyph (N.M.) Little League took advantage of three Fruita errors and held on for a 5-2 victory Friday in the Southwestern Regional Major girls tournament in Waco, Texas. “We came ...


Local Swimming results, July 30, 2010

By Staff

Colorado Long Course State Championships Friday at El Pomar Natatorium Girls 11-12 100 Butterfly 1. Painton, Lindsay E, Colorado Stars-CO, 1:10.91 ZONE; 2. Turner, Andie E, RPDS-CO, 1:10.96 ZONE; 3. Huffaker, Marineth G, BLDR-CO, 1:11.61 ...


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