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2-year-old girl shot by brother in western Colo.

By The AP

CRAIG — Authorities in Moffat County say a 2-year-old girl was shot by her 4-year-old brother in an apparent accident. The shooting occurred Monday evening and involved a large caliber handgun. Sheriff’s department investigator ...


DOW looking for input on bear management plan

By Staff

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is seeking public input on a new black-bear management plan proposed for the Uncompahgre Plateau. Two public meetings are scheduled: 6:30 p.m., Oct. 12, Mesa County Fairgrounds in Grand Junction; and 6:30 ...


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Hundreds hit pavement for International Walk to School Day

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

More than 200 children and their parents braved the rainy morning weather Wednesday morning to participate in the International Walk to School Day at Rocky Mountain Elementary. Brian Wright, principal intern and organizer of the event for the ...


Weather helps crews get handle on fire near Fraser

By The AP

DENVER — Crews fighting a 530-acre wildfire near Fraser are expected to get help from the weather. The weather is expected to be cooler and more humid today. The area in Colorado’s central mountains could also get some ...


Autopsies pending on 3 found dead in home

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Autopsies are pending on a Colorado Springs woman and her 13-year-old twins who were found dead in their home. The El Paso County coroner is expected to conduct the autopsies Wednesday. Police are investigating the ...


Inspectors keep eye out for pesky mussels

By The AP

PUEBLO — Inspections have turned up no zebra and quagga mussels on Colorado boats this year. But state parks officials say there have been eight cases of the invasive critters found on boats coming from other states. More than 200,000 ...


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Family’s home a pot den for kids, affidavit alleges

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man faces decades of possible prison time after admitting in an arrest warrant affidavit to routinely providing marijuana for two of his daughters, ages 6 and 7, while smoking the drug with the children. Jack Dalton Duke, 27, ...


Hickenlooper tops $3M in governor’s race

By Charles Ashby

The Democrat running for Colorado governor broke the $3 million fundraising mark, according to the latest campaign finance reports. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper has collected $3.3 million after raising $360,000 over the past two weeks, ...


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Buyer sought for downtown building

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The southeast corner of Seventh and Main streets is on the market. The building at 701 Main St. in downtown Grand Junction is home to Tenacious Brothers Pub on the west end of the building, Chevron on the east side of the building and an ...


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Fruita rejects pot shop

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A bid to open the first medical marijuana center in Fruita was rejected Tuesday night after Police Chief Mark Angelo accused the would-be owner of not being forthcoming about her operation and its financial backers. The City Council voted 4-2 ...


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