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Hospital shooter described as quiet and polite

Posted: 04/17/2009 - A neighbor describes a hospital worker who allegedly shot and killed two employees before killing himself as a quiet and polite family man who would often go jogging with his wife.

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Mesa County Cuts $4 Million from Budget

Posted: 04/16/2009 - As Mesa County continues to combat the economic slowdown, officials announced Thursday they've slashed $4 million from the 2009 budget -- but say they've made it so county residents won't be able to tell.

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Chamber Trip to China Comes To A Close

Updated: 04/17/2009 - A group of grand valley residents and business owners returned from their trip to China today. The group was escorted by the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce and spent ten days in China trying to get to know the people and the industry of the country.

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Mesa County: Foreclosures Up Big

Updated: 04/16/2009 - A new study from a group tracking real estate trends says Colorado had a big decrease in foreclosures compared to this time last year. The same cannot be said for Mesa County, homes are being foreclosed at a much higher rate than last year.

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Captain held by pirates is expected home in Vt.

Posted: 04/16/2009 - Five days after being rescued from the clutches of Somali pirates, cargo ship Captain Richard Phillips is headed home to Vermont. And the “Welcome Home” balloons and signs are already up.

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Venezuela opposes Americas Summit declaration

Posted: 04/16/2009 - President Hugo Chavez says Venezuela will vote against the declaration of the Summit of the Americas in a gesture of protest against the United States.

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Capone song to be recorded

Posted: 04/16/2009 - He never sang to the Feds, but it turns out Al Capone had a song in his heart. All it took was a stint in Alcatraz to bring it out.

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Experts: Spot of Mexican surrender in Texas found

Posted: 04/16/2009 - Archaeologists believe they've found the spot where hundreds of Mexican soldiers surrendered to the Texas Army after a battle that sealed Texas' Independence from Mexico 173 years ago.

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Signs threaten killing of Texas college students

Posted: 04/16/2009 - Authorities in Nacogdoches, Texas, are on alert after signs promising a deadly mass shooting were found on and near the Stephen F. Austin State University Campus.

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