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Two held after vehicle theft, crash near Rifle

Two people were taken to the Garfield County Jail following a high-speed chase that led to the crash of a stolen vehicle east of Rifle Thursday and the driver's apprehension on foot Friday morning. Garfield County sheriff spokesman Walt Stowe said a Ford F-150 truck that was left warming up in a dri


Crime Briefs: Vehicle theft leads to police chase, two arrests

A Garfield County sheriff's deputy responded to a vehicle theft on Horizon Circle in Battlement Mesa Thursday evening. A woman reported that her gray Ford F-150, which was left warming up in the driveway for about 20 minutes, was stolen. About 30 minutes later, after putting the call out to other ag


'It's our job to fight back'

As a crowd of thousands marched through downtown Grand Junction on Saturday for the second annual Women's March, the past, present and future of women's rights and political activism were out in full force. Jo-Ann Mullen, 88, wore a pink fleece hat and clasped a yellow sign as she sat in her wheelch


Arrest affidavit: Palisade man had child porn

A Palisade man was advised this week he could be charged with possessing and distributing sexually exploitative material, eight months after authorities raided the home he shares with his mother and allegedly found hundreds of images of child pornography. An arrest affidavit for 24-year-old Levi Gre


Hundreds turn out for Carbondale's sister Women's March

The federal government may be shut down, but the voices of the people aren't. That was the stated message of many of the more than 500 people who turned out Saturday for the second Women's March in Carbondale. The march was held in conjunction with Women's Marches around the country, including Washi


Offer emerges to develop Glenwood Springs' So. Canyon hot springs site

The South Canyon hot springs, often referred to as the "hippy hot springs," are located on Glenwood Springs city-owned land near the South Canyon Landfill. The old "hippie hot springs" in South Canyon, and the sketchiness that has plagued the city-owned site for decades, could be a thing of the past


Meeker board hears about vaping

MEEKER | Meeker's board of trustees heard a presentation about vaping from Rio Blanco County Public Health Director Julie Drake at Tuesday's meeting. Drake said she's concerned about the increase in vaping, particularly among young people. Vaping is the practice of inhaling an aerosol which contain

THEHERALDTIMES.COM - 2018-01-20 19:00:15

Man arrested for theft of camper trailer, assortment of other felonies

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- The Mesa County Sheriff's Office says they arrested a man who stole a camper trailer and was in possession of illegal weapons. It happened Wednesday afternoon near N 23rd Street and Bunting Avenue, the sheriff's office said in a press release. Bryan Johnson was ar


Trump in the World That He Insults

The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, getting under way this week in the Alpine town of Davos, Switzerland, has long been known as much for its socializing and its parties as for its serious discussions of policy. But the organizers do their homework, and last Wednesday the W.E.F. released its Gl

THE NEW YORKER - 2018-01-21 10:00:00

Security changes at New Rochelle High School after 3 violent incidents

New security changes, including more police officers patrolling New Rochelle High School, will be implemented following the third stabbing of a student in just over a week. So many anxious parents showed up to Thursday's special school board meeting in New Rochelle they couldn't fit in the hearing r


Julie Jason: Talk to young people about credit

Do you have children in college? Have you talked with them about how to handle credit? When I wrote about this topic in 2008, students were inundated with credit card offers. According to Benjamin Lawsky, who, as a special assistant to the New York state attorney general, testified before the U.S. H

CONNECTICUT POST - 2018-01-21 00:00:41

China accuses US of trespassing after warship sailed near disputed shoal

BEIJING - The Chinese government on Saturday accused the U.S. of trespassing in its territorial waters when a U.S. guided missile destroyer sailed near a disputed shoal in the South China Sea. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said China would take "necessary measures" to protect its sovere

NEW YORK POST - 2018-01-20 11:05:27

Watch as crews rescue 4 teens trapped on icy lake in Westchester

Crews worked to rescue four teenagers who were trapped on thin ice in Westchester County. The boys were trapped on the lake at Edith Read Sanctuary in Rye when they called for help. "We were just there on the island...and then we saw the cop - two guys come out with a little trailer, and pulled us i

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-01-19 22:05:56

Connecticut hospitals hold steady as insurance mandate ends

Change has become a constant for southwestern Connecticut's hospitals. They now face the end of the individual mandate, a critical component of the 2010 Affordable Care Act requiring insurance coverage, which was repealed as part of the Congressional tax reform passed last month. Hospital executives

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-21 05:00:00

Darien man charged in Stamford drug investigation

STAMFORD - A Darien man has been arrested after police say he sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer several times. Frank Green, 34, of Allen O'Neill Drive, has been charged with three counts each of sale of narcotics and conspiracy to sell narcotics. Capt. Richard Conklin said the Stamford pol

DARIENNEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-01-20 14:07:18

Local Facebook birding group bans owl photos

Published 12:00 am, Sunday, January 21, 2018 GREENWICH - The Connecticut Critters Facebook group is among a growing number of web communities in the region that have banned certain photographs of owls. An administrator on the page, Greenwich native and Audubon Greenwich Land Steward Stefan Martin

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-21 05:00:00

Ft. Leonard Wood Commissary to Close, Some Medical Services Reduced

FORT.LEONARD WOOD, Mo. - Some Fort Leonard Wood facilities will be reduced or even completely closed during the government shutdown. According to a news release, the Fort Leonard Wood Commissary will close Wednesday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m., until the government reopens. The General Leonard Wood Army Comm

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2018-01-21 00:24:27

Boys Basketball: St. Elizabeth 72, Laquey 26

CAMDENTON - Ross Struemph scored 23 points and was named MVP of the game as the Hornets beat Laquey 72-26 on Saturday in the Camdenton Shootout. Mason Kemna and Carson Kesel each added 11 points for St. Elizabeth, which led 19-6 after the first quarter, 39-12 at halftime and 59-21 after three quarte


How the government shutdown impacts Fort Leonard Wood

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- The government is officially in shutdown mode. And that has an impact on military installations too. The military is considered essential and will still report for duty. However, the troops, including those in combat, will potentially not be paid during a shutdown. If the

KSPR.COM - 2018-01-20 19:46:00

Houston man charged in apartment burglary

A Houston man is jailed on $150,000 bond and faces a felony burglary charge after a Houston Police Department investigation last October. Justin B. Williams, 38, of 207 E. Pine St. in Houston, is charged with second-degree burglary, a class D felony, and misdemeanor stealing as a result of the inves