Pentagon chief suspends reimbursement for enlistment bonuses

Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Wednesday ordered the Pentagon to suspend its effort to seek repayments of enlistment bonuses given to thousands of California National Guard members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Colorado will vote on two measures (Propositions 107 and 108) that would reinstate a presidential primary and allow unaffiliated voters to participate in major party primaries.

Colorado State Patrol officials say six cows were killed when a cattle truck rolled over on Interstate 70 in Georgetown, and crews worked throughout the morning to corral several more that got loose on the side of the road.

Tuesday night the Two Rivers Convention Center was host to nearly 85 Grand Junction businesses, all showing off what they do.

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Defense Secretary Orders a Stop to Reclaiming Reenlistment Bonuses

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