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Suspect killed by Aurora police

By The AP

AURORA — Aurora police say a suspect who fired on police has been shot and killed. Police say they responded to an unknown problem about 3 a.m. today when they confronted two men. According to KUSA-TV, one of the men fled and shot at ...


Pitkin County manager injured in deer bike crash

By The AP

ASPEN — Former Mesa County administrator current Pitkin County Manager Jon Peacock is recovering from injuries he suffered after crashing into a deer while riding his bike to work. Peacock says the deer suddenly appeared in front of him ...


College says student with epilepsy disruptive

By The AP

ASPEN — A junior college is warning a student with epilepsy that her seizures are becoming disruptive and she could be forced to drop classes. Aspen resident Channing Seideman filed a complaint against Colorado Mountain College after ...


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Food Network to aid failing Fruita restaurant

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When Ginny Sullivan and her husband bought Pancho’s Villa II four years ago, they did so at the apex of the energy boom. The Mexican restaurant on the main drag through Fruita enjoyed a steady stream of customers. It appeared the ...


The beat goes on for police unit

By Paul Shockley

A federal grant will allow the Grand Junction Police Department to bring back a touted unit responsible for busting street-level drug dealing and property crime. Its street-crimes unit was scrapped last year in the face of budget uncertainty ...


Feds: Jahani violated terms of bail bond

By Paul Shockley

Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to revoke the bond of a former western Colorado doctor under indictment, claiming in a motion he sought contact with a potential witness in violation of a court order. The motion, which was filed ...


San Juan proposal grows too divisive for smaller venue

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., will get plenty of feedback Friday when he conducts a town-hall meeting on the proposed expansion of the San Juan wilderness. Tipton shifted the site of his town hall meeting from the Ridgway Community Center ...


Ruling of high court a victory for opponents of trucking firm’s plan

By Amy Hamilton

Petitioners who protested an industrial zoning distinction for land near the Colorado River owned by Brady Trucking won another round of litigation in the case. A Colorado State Supreme Court ruling released Monday indicates the court will ...


Casper giving up the Ghosts? Rockies’ rookie club may be coming to GJ

By Staff

A minor league baseball team playing in Grand Junction appears closer to being a reality than the rumor that’s been floating for several months. City of Grand Junction and baseball officials in Grand Junction refused to confirm that the ...


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Chemistry helps Mavs’ back line thwart opponents’ attacks

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They might laugh about having one another’s backs, but when it comes right down to it, the back line defenders on the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team are all about having their teammates’ backs. The Mavericks ...


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